Argus Asian Petroleum Coke 2017
A comprehensive understanding of fuel-grade petroleum coke
The petroleum coke sector in India is undergoing momentous changes. Crude price growth has had a knock-on effect on related commodities such as petroleum coke and diesel, sending import prices higher. Cement companies are reducing their prices after India’s demonitisation policy reduced cement demand, especially among households. And buyers are also facing high coal prices.
The conference will discuss the short-term and long-term implications of the price surge and India’s regulatory policies. Other issues covered include fuel price increases and the impact on power generation in India. In addition to a comprehensive program that includes a half-day coal exclusive, the 8th annual Argus Asian Petroleum Coke 2017 conference is designed to bring participants closer to their next major business deal.
Arrangements are being made to give attendees the opportunity for smooth networking, comprising a pre-event registration and cocktail reception on 25 April 2017, a speed networking session and a bigger, more spacious venue for comfortable networking.
Surider Kumar Gupta
2017 Event Highlights
- Participation from more than 250 industry players globally
Expect to meet and interact with more than 150 companies from the petroleum coke, cement, power, coal, steel and related sectors and trade industries worldwide in a lively atmosphere.
- Topical Discussions
India's domestic export market, price surge in petroleum coke and related power generation fuels, Middle East export and import market, regulatory updates in India and China and many more
- Networking Highlights!
Pre-event cocktail reception, roundtable discussions, speed networking and allocated time slots with refreshments are all set up to cater to our business-savvy crowd.
- Pre-Event Exclusive: Coal
Because coal is one of the major influences on petroleum coke, and vice-versa, the event offers a half-day pre-conference session providing updates on coal markets, prices and regulatory changes. The session has been designed to allow our participants to reach out to a wider selection of industries.
Participated Companies - 2016
- ACT Infraport
- Aditya Birla Group
- Ambica Logistics
- Ashapura Group of Industries
- Birla Corporation
- BLA Power
- Cemex Energy
- Charterers Pni Club
- China Daqing Gaoxin International Industry and Trading
- Chowgule Brothers
- Coal Impex India
- Cong Thanh Cement
- Dalmia Cement Bharat
- Dossa Chemicals (P)
- Eminence Shipping Agencies
- Gagan Coal
- Gans Cargo Operations Netherlands
- GoldenCore Trading LLC
- Guangzhou Fengle Fuel
- Gulf Petrochem
- HC Trading Malta
- HPCL - Mittal
- Indian Oil Corporation
- Ion Carbon and Minerals, LLC
- JK Cement
- Koch Carbon U.K.
- Koch Minerals LLC
- Kotak Petro Chem
- Lafarge Holcim Group Procurement
- Lotus Resources
- Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals
- Meenal Jaiswal Photography
- Mitsubishi Corporation
- Mitsui & Co
- Noble Resources
- Oman Trading International
- Orange Energy LLP
- OPG Power Generation
- Oxbow Carbon and Minerals International
- Petroleum Federation of India (Petrofed)
- Prism Cement
- PT Meratus Jaya Iron & Steel
- PT Pertamina (Persero)
- Rawalwasia Textile Industries
- Rawmet Commodities
- Reliance Fuels DMCC
- Reliance Industries
- SAIF SP
- SBC Minerals
- Sea Som Carbon Company
- SGK International
- Shree Cement
- Siam City Cement PLC
- Sinopec International (Middle East) FZE
- Sinopec USA
- Southern Pacific Energy
- Sri Krishna International
- SUEK AG
- Swastik Coal Corporation
- Tata Chemicals
- Tata International
- TCP Petcoke Corporation
- Total Gas and Power
- Trammo India
- Tricon Energy
- Ultratech Cement
- Visa Resources
- Votorantim Cement Trading
- YPF S.A
Please contact Samson Yeo for any registration enquiries.
+65 6496 9990
Key Challenge to Petroleum Coke as a Generation Fuel: Coal
Tuesday, 25 April 2017, 13:00-17:00
|13:00 - 14:00
Registration and refreshment
|14:00 - 14:10
Chairman's opening remarks
|14:10 - 14:40
Global coal development: A summary
| 14:40 - 15:10
|Petcoke vs coal: Asia’s pick
| 15:10 - 15:50
|Panel discussion: Is coal losing its foothold?
- A look at the regulatory environment, energy policy and tax infrastructure
- Coal for cement: Consumption patterns and future trends
| 15:50 - 16:20
| 16:20 - 17:00
Table One: Understanding coal trade patterns, technics and hedging
Table Two: Alternative fuels: Getting attuned with the fluctuating price atmosphere
* The pre-event exclusive is catered to anyone delving in the petroleum coke or coal industry. The seminar is charged at USD 500 individually.
Click here for other price options.
- Pre-event exclusive only - USD 500
- Conference only - USD 1600
- Pre-event exclusive + Conference - USD 1800
- Fees include participation in all sessions/panel discussions, conference luncheons/receptions, coffee breaks and one set of conference documentation per person.
- Travel and accommodation costs not included
- 7% Goods & Service Tax (GST) is applicable to all Singapore based companies in Singapore.
- Registration feeds are subject to prevailing government tax
*For more terms and conditions, view here
Contact Samson Yeo
- For registration and group bookings enquiries
- To receive updates on the 2017 conference
Argus takes compliance with antitrust law seriously. The purpose of the Argus Asian Petroleum Coke 2017 is to host a networking platform among industry participants. The conference sessions will follow the agenda as circulated.
Argus reminds all participants of the need to be mindful of the requirement to comply with antitrust and competition laws. There should be no discussion of any matters relating to competition among participants, including discussion of individual prices, rates or market strategies and no exchange of information concerning any other competitive aspect of an individual company’s operation. Should any participant to this conference attempt to initiate a discussion with other participants on any of these matters, we recommend that other participants end the conversation immediately and at all times act in accordance with their own antitrust compliance policies and all applicable laws.