Argus Oil Pipeline Systems 2018: Focus on Sustainability
Independent energy and commodity price reporting agency Argus invites you to participate in the Argus Oil Pipeline Systems 2018: Focus on Sustainability international conference, which will take place in the Czech capital Prague on 17-18 May 2018.
The event’s general partner is the International Association of Oil Transporters (IAOT).
The conference will bring together international experts, scientists and academics to discuss the trends and prospects for pipeline transportation and its role in securing sustainable oil supplies. Participants will also focus on technical solutions and innovation for the oil pipeline industry.
The programme provides a unique opportunity to visit Mero’s Central Crude Oil Tank Farm at Nelahozeves, one of the biggest such facilities in central Europe, and Unipetrol’s Kralupy refinery.
Key topics of discussion:
- Logistics of crude supplies to Europe: pipeline projects
- Quality control in pipeline transportation of variable quality crude
- Energy efficiency in oil pipeline transportation
- Applying innovative solutions in construction of oil pipelines, including in challenging climates
- Operating pipeline infrastructure: current challenges and future technologies
- Technologies for detecting leaks and defects in oil pipeline systems
For more information about the event please contact our conference department:
+7 495 933 7571
We would be grateful if you could take a look at the programme and share your comments or suggestions regarding any other topics that you would like to see covered at the conference.
For more information please contact us on:
+ 7 495 933 7571
Registration fee for one person:
- €500 (+ 18% VAT) - Standard conference rate
Delegate package includes:
- Conference pass to participate in all sessions
- Networking coffee-breaks and lunch
- One-day trip to the terminal
- One set of conference documentation
- Cocktail reception
Travel, accommodation and visa costs are not included in the conference fee.
International Association of Oil Transporters (IAOT)
MERO ČR, a.s., Czech Republic
TRANSNEFT, PJSC, Russia
TRANSPETROL, a.s., Slovak Republic
JSC „GOMELTRANSNEFT DRUZHBA“, the Republic of Belarus
MOL Group is an integrated, international oil and gas company, headquartered in Budapest, Hungary, founded in 1991.
MOL Hungary Pipeline Operation is part of downstream business. MOL Pipeline Operation operates 800 km of crude pipelines and 1350 km of product pipelines.
KazTransOil JSC, the Republic of Kazakhstan
CHINA NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION, China
PJSC “UKRTRANSNAFTA”, Ukraine
PJSC “Ukrtransnafta” was established pursuant to the resolution of the National Security and Defense Concil of Ukraine and the Order of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated June 23rd, 2001 №256. PJSC “Ukrtransnafta” comprises the following branches: “Oil-trunk pipelines “Druzhba”, “Prydniprovski oil-trunk pipelines”, “Pivdenni oil-trunk pipelines”. PJSC “Ukrtransnafta” is the national operator that provides services on oil transportation by pipelines to the Ukrainian refineries and its transit to the countries of Central and Eastern Europe. PJSC “Ukrtransnafta” operates an extended oil pipeline system with the total length 4767,4 km, including 11 tank-farms with total nominal capacity 1,083 m³, 51 oil pumping stations, marine oil terminal (MOT) “Pivdenny”.
CASPIAN PIPELINE CONSORTIUM (CPC)
Corinthia Hotel Prague
Prague, Czech Republic
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If you wish to make a booking at a discounted rate, or require more information please contact
+7 495 933 7571