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Downstream 2019 is packed with unrivalled insights and industry experts

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  • Headline Sessions

  • Engineering & Construction

  • Reliability / Maintenance & Turnarounds

  • Supply Chain & Logistics

  • Shutdown & Turnarounds

  • Workshops

Networking Breakfast (Exhibition Hall)

  • Delegate Registration & Ice Breaker
  • Breakfast Workshops: Take the opportunity to run an invite-only 1-hour workshop to key decision makers ahead of the main conference

Very limited workshop slots available - please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com to enquire

Headline Sessions - Full Audience

Welcome to the event

Chairman: TBC

HEADLINE: Outlook for the US & Global Downstream Industry

  • Session details TBA

Stuart Bradie, CEO, KBR

Alasdair Cathcart, President - Oil, Gas & Chemicals, Bechtel Corporation

Jim Brittain, Group President - Energy & Chemicals, Fluor Corporation

Samik Mukherjee, COO, McDermott

Andrew Stewart, CEO - Americas, Wood

HEADLINE: Session Details TBC

  • Showcase your company’s elevated thought leadership when you speak to the full conference audience in the prime Day 1 slot!

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Morning Coffee Break (Exhibition Hall)

  • Workshops: Take the opportunity to run an invite-only 1-hour workshop to key decision makers ahead of the main conference

Very limited workshop slots available - please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com to enquire

Engineering & Construction

Reliability / Maintenance & Turnarounds

Supply Chain & Logistics

Chairman’s Track Introduction

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Chairman’s Track Introduction

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Chairman’s Track Introduction

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KEYNOTE: Planning for a New Era of Capital Project Sustainability

  • Examine what major development, EPC and regional stakeholders can do to support sustainability of the capital projects market, including efforts to revitalize craft labor and ensure industry competitiveness of projects large and small
  • Explore what steps major players are taking to meet the challenge of cost escalation throughout design, construction and engineering - including a high-level exploration of the challenges and successes of modularization, project digitization and productivity optimization
  • Discuss trends in the demand potential of downstream products in the global marketplace, especially those that contribute to a future of low-carbon goals and sustainability targets
  • Evaluate critical lessons learned from the most recent Downstream investment book, and what indicators this provides for the value of the next wave of projects on the US Gulf Coast

Decie Autin, VP Project Management, ExxonMobil

Ed Lehotsky, Executive Advisor (former SVP Engineering & Construction), Cheniere Energy

Jim Ellis, General Manager Global Engineering & Project Management, SABIC

Lance Medlin, Chief Projects Officer, Meridian Energy Group

Ann Esbeck, Manager of Innovation, Bechtel

KEYNOTE: Why the Capital Project is the Birthplace of Reliability

  • There is increasing recognition that a unit’s reliability journey doesn’t begin following start-up. The long-term health of equipment can be enhanced by properly considering design for reliability & maintenance (DFRAM) principles at every stage of a project.
  • Whilst the potential benefit of DFRAM is clear there is considerable difficulty in managing the trade-off between lowest installed cost and the long-term cost of ownership. This can result in a disconnect as to how the capital and reliability teams are benchmarked during and following construction with each team potentially working off competing scorecards. 
  • It is with this context that we discuss how effectively manage a project aligned with DRFAM principles, what are the key to successful integration, how do you better share accountability and what need to be done on an executive level to encourage coordination and cooperation?

Kane Hittle, VP Capital Projects & Reliability, HollyFrontier

Randy Pound, Global Director of Maintenance & Reliability, Olin Corporation

Richard Ellis, Global DFRAM Leader, Dow

To be part of this discussion please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com

KEYNOTE: Producer Fireside Chat - Supply Chain Needs in 2019 and Beyond

  • Hear from leading supply chain & logistics executives about the volumes coming online this year and beyond.
  • Develop a better understanding of producers needs from the supply chain community in light of these increased volumes - from an immediate standpoint, and the risks they must overcome in the future to ensure optimal deliveries end-to-end. 
  • Learn what areas are tipped for the biggest growth potential this year.

Rick Lissa, Senior Director - Logistics Management, Formosa Plastics

Joe Kelly, Logistics Manager - Polyethylene, Shell Chemical

Bret Bement, Director Supply Chain, Petrochemicals N. America, BASF

To be part of this discussion please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com

KEYNOTE: Sabine Pass & Corpus Christi case study and lessons learned

  • In an exclusive case study, explore the major engineering and construction lessons learned by Cheniere Energy and Bechtel in delivering the Corpus Christi and Sabine Pass mega projects
  • In an era where megaprojects are usually substantially over budget and months or even years behind schedule, what Cheniere & Bechtel have accomplished in such a short time period is a significant achievement.  However, this was certainly not all dumb luck. 
  • In this session, explore the reasons for success which involve all the parties involved, basically good planning and cooperation in meeting mutually beneficial goals. In shorter words, if owner and contractor can work as One Team, they both can be successful.

Ed Lehotsky, Executive Advisor (former SVP Engineering & Construction), Cheniere Energy

Darren Mort, General Manager LNG, Bechtel

The Journey to Digitalizing Operating Procedures and Connecting Workers in High Hazard Environments

  • During this session, a practical discussion will be had outlining the journey made by a leading process manufacturer from their past state of operations to the future state involving the connected worker safe and reliable execution of tasks, digitalization and standardization.
  • Concepts regarding benchmarking, leading practices, building the business case and path selection will be explored.
  • The results of initial implementation will then be discussed followed by a short demonstration of the solution and discussion of the future vision for the digital workplace in process industries.

Speaker TBC, Innovatia

KEYNOTE: Trade Wars 101: Insights on Tariff and Trade Deal Impacts

  • The US petrochemical industry has been caught in the cross hairs of global tensions between the US & China, resulting in tariffs on numerous raw-material chemicals.
  • Learn how the tariffs on steel and aluminium imports and on imports of chemicals and plastics from China will affect your supply chain and if/what the cost will be to you.
  • Gain up-to-the-minute insights to help you make the right choices for your business in today’s everchanging political landscape.
  • Hear about the likely impacts of key legislation such as USMCA, IMO 2020 and more.

Ed Brzytwa, Director International Trade, American Chemistry Council

KEYNOTE: Wading through the Perfect Storm - Delivering Performance Excellence in a Digital Era

  • This session will address the market context and business case for digital technology in the oil, gas and petrochemicals sectors. Illustrating success factors, challenges, and routes to optimize and incorporate digital technology into businesses.
  • How does the journey look? What can we learn from the leaders? How we can close the gap faster? And provide innovative solutions for tomorrow that will help address industry challenges and create value in the future.
  • There will also be discussion of digital experiences from a “Good” and “Not So Good” implementation.

Walter Pesenti, Global Petrochemical Operational Excellence Manager, BP

KEYNOTE: Real Time Tariff and Trade Deal Impacts at a Glance

  • A lively discussion amongst the supply chain businesses working hard to not only mitigate risk during challenging political changes, but to rise to the challenge and thrive.

Speaker TBC

Lunch Break (Exhibition Hall & VIP Lunch Zone)

Lunchtime Workshops

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SAP America Next Generation ERP

Session details TBC

Presenter TBC, SAP

Turn Unplanned Downtime Into Planned Downtime: Using Predictive Maintenance to Prevent Failures and Reduce Turnaround Times

According to a recent benchmarking study by ARC Advisory Group, more than 60% of industry professionals receive less than one week notice of impending machine breakdowns. Predictive maintenance can provide much earlier prediction of failures, yet there is a perception among maintenance professionals that this approach is expensive and should be restricted to key assets only.

At the same time, it is widely understood that performing maintenance on an unplanned basis is many times more expensive than planned maintenance. This presentation will focus on the value of using predictive maintenance technologies to turn unplanned downtime into planned downtime. We will also explore the economic potential of using these technologies to move some maintenance activities from turnarounds to in-situ maintenance during production periods. Case studies of recent downstream examples of predictive maintenance will also be presented.

Ashok Rao, Senior Research & Development Director, AspenTech

Mike Strobel, Advisory Business Consultant, AspenTech

Engineering & Construction Workshops

Engineering & Construction Workshops

Reliability & Maintenance Workshops

Shutdown & Turnarounds Workshops

Supply Chain & Logistics Workshops

Construction innovation; discover the latest tools, technologies and processes you’ll get to deploy on your next capital project

  • Explore the role of innovation, and assess the technologies and practices in capital project planning and execution that are ripe for innovation, including a forward-thinking case study from ExxonMobil
  • Analyse the value of creativity and continuous improvement in capital projects, not only in technology but also safety and business models
  • Gain critical takeaways you can use to support your organizations transition to “Agile” engineering, construction and project management methodologies
  • Work with owner operators and EPCs to learn how to successfully handle and promote investment in innovation and disruptive technology within your business

Kris Ramanadhan, Global Technology Scout & Venture Development Advisor, ExxonMobil

Mark Fonda, CTO, Meridian Energy Group

Olivier Le Normand, Global Improvement Leader - Modularization Execution, Dow Chemical

Edi Gittenberger, CEO, Rider International

Representative TBC, Triten Corporation

*Also featuring a special presentation from Mark Fonda, CTO, Meridian Energy Group: on “The Greening of the Downstream Industry” and a discussion on how Meridian Energy will develop and build the world’s cleanest refinery

To be part of this discussion please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com

Digital Transformation of Capital Projects

  • We’re excited to deliver a panel that finally looks to answer ‘where are we at, where do we want to be, and what is currently stopping us getting there’ so that finally, operators can start to extract real value from their digital
  • As the digital transformation of the downstream industry builds momentum, ensure you’re aware of the latest digital innovations targeting opportunities right across the capital projects, operations, reliability and maintenance industries
  • Explore what digital 4.0 really means for end users - explore where we stand now with digital tools, where want to get to and share perspectives with owners on how this will be achieved
  • Understand how to overcome the challenge of ‘change management’ internally when you invest and deploy digital technology, and analyse what can be done to overcome the challenge of integrating multiple stakeholders into project decision making earlier than ever before
  • Address learned from the roll-out of digital technologies, and take the opportunity to join the panel in sharing perspectives on what is realistically holding you back from achieving a greater return on investment

Adriana Garcia, IT Innovation Lead - Downstream, Shell New Energies

Jie Yu, Senior Process Control Engineer, Shell

Joe Perino, Research Analyst, LNS Global

To be part of this discussion please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com

Asset Development: From new ventures to established operations learn how to drive more from your investment

  • Learn which project systems, process technologies, and infrastructure solutions deliver successful capital and maintenance projects with less risk and superior returns
  • Gain valuable strategic insight to maximize yield, improve efficiency and enhance safety performance across your plants
  • Right Asset Configuration: Is your business supply chain and trading group aligned with your configuration throughputs to capture maximum portfolio value?

Shawn Senf, Vice President - Downstream, Management, Audubon

Safety-Critical Automation Systems & Technology: Achieving on-time equipment startup to improve process safety and capital effectiveness in high hazard operations.

  • Learn about strategies and work processes that can be deployed on Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) projects to ensure on-time startup of new or revamped facilities.
  • Discover the potential gaps in your standard SIS commissioning procedures that may contribute to startup delays or improperly commissioned SIS components.
  • Ready for Startup: How to ensure your plant operations has the right QA/QC oversight for complex safety and control systems.

John Pierce, Vice President - Automation, Audubon

From Ideas to Practice - Proof of Concept Testing to Integration into Work Processes

  • Investing in digitalization and innovative technologies is a vital part of every facilities goal of increasing uptime and optimizing production.
  • However, to ensure you are backing the most beneficial innovation it is vital to select solutions that align with the long-term business vision and are within current capabilities.
  • Don’t fear failure from piloting or testing new innovation.  The learning is always valued knowledge and may lead to new and even greater improvements.
  • This session will share experience in developing proof of concept pilots and methods to increase the speed of capturing value for your organization.

Ken Stevens, Director of Reliability, Invista

Tony Barre, (Former) Global Maintenance & Reliability Director, Dow

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The integration of Capital Projects into Turnarounds - What is the best model?

  • The ever-present challenge of integrating capital work into the already inherently complex, costly and problem-prone process of Turnarounds continues to be a key challenge faced by Downstream facilities worldwide.
  • Join us as we bring together experts from both the turnaround and project teams to pick apart an example model of integration and determine what best practice actually looks like.
  • The aim of the session will be to first look at key issues arising from integration before using these to design the ideal model and key elements for success.

Jeff Brock, Global Manager - Performance Improvement, LyondellBasell

Eric LaPointe, Turnaround Coordinator, CP Chem

Heith Robey, Turnaround Leader, Celanese

Kevin Wauters, VP Specialty Services, JVIC

RLG International

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The Value of E2E Supply Chain Visibility: Improve your Operational Excellence and Increase Customer Satisfaction with the Latest End-to-End Visibility Solutions

  • Only 6 percent of companies feel they have end-to-end supply chain visibility, and 70 percent describe their supply chain as very or extremely complex. The latest E2E solutions are vying to change this.
  • Mitigate business and supply chain risks, improve lead times, respond quickly to disruptive events, and cement your value to the customer with the latest E2E supply chain strategies.
  • From rail, to warehouse, to shipping line, to port, hear which logistics players are taking the lead on visibility across the extended supply chain network to guarantee that you never lose track of a shipment.
  • Hear from the producers who are mandating visibility as the key differentiating factor with their network of suppliers.
  • Could blockchain be the answer? Real case studies that connect end-to-end.

Karn Sood, BD - Connected / Distributed Energy, Shell

Mark Holden, CEO, A&R Logistics

Eric Eileraas, Supply Chain Manager, Kuraray

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Modularization; discuss critical success factors in major capital projects

  • Explore the challenges of assembling and managing globalized project teams and gain key takeaways you can use to mitigate the risk of key issues such as rework and cost escalation
  • Learn how to build and execute major capital projects at scale and gain critical insights on working with local EPCs and global contractors
  • Gain invaluable tips on taking advantage of a low construction cost environment with considerations on options for modularized units and major plant components
  • Understand what you can do to better prepare your business for cooperation with local contractors and opportunities to align your high safety, productivity and work oversight standards

*Also featuring a special case study from Buster Brown, Project Director, Technip FMC: relating to experiences from YAMAL LNG and a USGC Ethylene project. Buster Brown responsible for the modular construction scope where more than two-thirds of the structural steel and half of the piping for the entire unit were modularized, transferring four million manhours offsite. Buster oversaw the module fabrication at a module yard in China, then shipment to the Gulf Coast. The attention to quality allowed single weld hookups between modules on all six sides.

Olivier Le Normand, Global Improvement Leader - Modularization Execution, Dow Chemical

Nicholas Smith, Global Projects Estimator, LyondellBasell

David Sheffield, Capital Projects Coordinator, Huntsman Advanced Technology Center (HATC)

Buster Brown, Project Director, Technip FMC

Vikas Moharir, SVP Business Development, Wood

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Open Process Automation (OPA); get ready to leverage the next generation of critical plant control systems

  • This OPA session will be of great value to CAPEX/ OPEX decision makers, EPC contractors, plant operations leaders and critical front-end engineering teams
  • Review the status of initiatives by the OPA Forum to develop new control system standards that emphasize interchangeability and interoperability of both hardware and software and increase end-user choice as a result
  • ExxonMobil will be on hand to share the status of their transformational OPA work and ensure all attendees leave with a solid grasp of the value next generation control systems will have right across the value chain
  • Explore opportunities for control system developers to innovate even further within process control automation to ensure that the CAPEX and OPEX efficiencies continue to grow as technological opportunities become more advanced

Case Study by Don Bartusiak, Chief Engineer Process Controls, ExxonMobil

Moderated by Joe Perino, Research Analyst, LNS Global

Schedule Breakers - When is an emergency not an emergency?

  • This session will address the variables that must be considered when assessing whether or not to break your schedule? Availability of parts, labor, loss of production? What process can you use in determining the best course of action? 

Chad Bates, Operations & Maintenance Gatekeeper, BASF

Stuart Fondon, Senior Maintenance Planner, ExxonMobil

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INSPECTIONEERING HOSTED PANEL: The Role of Inspection in Turnaround Planning & Execution

  • Minimize discovery work through an effective on-stream inspection program
  • Inspection's role in turnaround planning
  • How industry best practices like damage mechanisms reviews & RBI improve the scoping decision making process

Greg Alvarado, Chief Editor, Inspectioneering

Mark Geisenhoff, Global Fixed Equipment Leader, Flint Hills Resources

Walter Pinto, (Former) Senior Director, Global Projects, Engineering, Maintenance, Reliability & Turnarounds, LyondellBasell

Mark Savage, Reforming & Clean Gasoline Unit Inspector, ExxonMobil

To be part of this discussion please contact please contact sales@petchem-update.com

Oracle Session

  • Session details TBC

Speaker TBC, Oracle

A Fresh Look at U.S. Port Positioning to Support Growth in the Petrochemical Industry

  • Ports are the gateway to US petrochemical exports
  • Get the facts on current and optimum capacity, initiatives for expanded services and more
  • Listen to our experts and their critical view on emerging bottlenecks and solutions/plans in place to maximize operational excellence

Brian Hill, Western Gulf Gateway Director, US Maritime Administration

Tim Pickering, Operations Development Manager, US Maritime Administration

Sean Strawbridge, CEO, Port of Corpus Christi Authority

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Working at scale; transfer lessons learned from mega to small-medium capital projects

  • Learn how to extrapolate lessons learned from the downstream industries latest mega projects and simplify the takeaways for your smaller ($5m
  • Discover the limitations of scaling major capital project processes and review case studies of what is currently working well
  • Uncover innovative approaches to project planning, timelines and collaborative work packages when targeting small projects and major plant improvement programs
  • Explore how project managers can work more effectively to resolve traditional workforce availability challenges and better integrate all teams in the project early on

*Also featuring a special presentation from Steve Cabano, President, Pathfinder & Chair of the CII Board of Advisors: The Value of Research-Based Project Delivery Practices and Tools

As we progress into the next wave of Petrochemical Projects, we need to assess the project planning and execution approaches that support the delivery of the project in a safe, cost-effective and timely manner. Many of these projects are sited at existing facilities, which leads us to ask - Can plant-based project delivery techniques work for these large-scale project initiatives? The Construction Industry Institute (CII) has supported the engineering/construction industry with independent research on Industry Best Practices and tools that facilitate/improve all aspects of project delivery. This presentation will share some of the most recent project planning and delivery research, documentation and tools that are beneficial for use in large scale capital project initiatives. 

Jan Shumate, Director Worldwide Engineering & Construction, Eastman Chemical

Nicholas Smith, Global Projects Estimator, LyondellBasell

David Sheffield, Capital Projects Coordinator, Huntsman Advanced Technology Center (HATC)

Steve Cabano, President, Pathfinder & Chair of the CII Board of Advisors

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Project optimization; learn how to define scope earlier, incentivize contractors and ensure overall project execution success

  • Explore how owners are working to set project scope earlier and what positive value this brings to the overall capital project budget and timelines
  • Gain critical guidance on how to integrate and align all major project stakeholders as early as possible in order to mitigate the risk of later reworking of the project timelines and unexpected costs
  • Assess the current approach to contractor incentivization and how owners can work to improve the performance of all project partners both qualitatively and quantitatively in future
  • Gain key insights you can use to improve your leverage of digital tools in project management and discuss immediate opportunities to address inefficiencies and take advantage of innovation

T.A. Madhivanan (Madhi), Global EPC Contract Manager, Dow

Paul Won, Procurement Specialist, INEOS

Miguel Vidal, Corporate SRM, Marathon Petroleum

Suresh Kshirsagar, Manager - Capital Procurement, Covestro

Solving 5 Key Engineering Information Management Challenges for Downstream Companies

  • Poor engineering information management can have significant consequences for downstream companies.
  • With the vast amount of information being shared, it can be extremely challenging to keep track of mission-critical engineering documentation throughout the entirety of the asset lifecycle, potentially leading to costly fines and incompliance with industry-specific guidelines and regulations.
  • This workshop will help reveal best practices for maintaining asset information throughout the asset lifecycle, a vision for the future of asset information management (AIM), and methods to break down information silos to facilitate the documentation handover process between disparate departments and external contractors.

Richard Warren, Director of Product Management, Accruent

Build, Deploy, and Sustain Effective Maintenance Strategies: How organizations can move from ad hoc to dynamic Asset Strategy Management

  • Poor reliability of equipment and processes can have sudden and disastrous effects on the ability of an organization to deliver operational or project objectives.
  • Asset Strategy Management (ASM) is a process which allows organizations to capture and review data from all sources and leverage learnings to enhance asset strategies, by identifying pockets of strategy excellence and deploying those strategies across the organization where relevant. Institutionalizing ASM into the operation reduces failures, downtime and risk, and total cost of operations.
  • This workshop will introduce the key elements of building an ASM program for both existing operations and new maintenance builds.

Jason Ballentine, GM of Engineering, ARMS Reliability

Creating Consistency to Better Predict Costs & Schedule

  • With around 90% of Turnaround events failing to meet stated goals, 80% seeing a growth in cost and/or scope and 75% having their schedule abandoned within the first week setting a realistic scope & budget remains problematic.
  • How do you determine the base-level minimum requirement for a TAR and then use this to better inform your budget and schedule? How do you plan for the unexpected? Preventing Scope Creep?

Joe Jackson, Process Quality Assurance, LyondellBasell

Jeff Spigener, Turnaround Manager, INEOS

Robin Harris, Global Turnaround Estimating & Cost Control lead, Phillips 66

Theunis Myburg, Portfolio Manager - Maintenance, Reliability & Turnarounds, LyondellBasell

Speaker TBC, APTIM

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Beating Down 2018 freight rate spikes and truck availability through using the SAP Cloud Solution to quickly and cost effectively Digitize the Constraint™

  • Like most chemical companies in 2018, KMG was faced with severe freight cost spikes.
  • In the face of this issue, KMG set about identifying how to become a shipper of choice and cost effectively attract drivers and carriers by becoming an easier company to do business with. Identifying that one significant concern of drivers nationally was the amount of work hours they waste waiting to be loaded and unloaded, KMG set about the task of reducing driver dwell time at their highest volume plant.
  • In this case study session, you will learn how KMG optimized their supply chain operations at their plant by building an SAP Cloud Platform app that integrated with an external TMS, to improve the driver appointment scheduling process, give real-time information on driver arrival and departure information, track their tendered loads on demand, and ultimately reduce driver dwell time and overall KMG freight costs. 
  • Come experience business-centric, rapid digitization like never before!

Frikkie Koen, SAP Solution Lead, KMG Chemicals

Adam Freeman, Supply Chain Manager, KMG Chemicals

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Pre-Networking Party Drinks & Prize Draws (Exhibition Hall)

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With great food, music, alcoholic and non-alcoholic refreshments and travel all taken care of, our VIP attendees will be gathering at Biggio’s Sport Bar to network with the best in the industry, building relationships, sharing knowledge, and most importantly… catching up with friends new and old over an ice-cold beer!

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Supported By

  • AIChE

2019 Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

  • Bechtel
  • wood

VIP Zone Sponsor

  • Zachry

Lanyards Sponsor

  • KBR

Gold Sponsors

  • Aspen
  • SAP

Day 1 Lunch Sponsor

  • Akzonobel

Networking Zone Sponsor


Silver Sponsors

  • Accurent
  • Audubon
  • ARMS
  • Dassault systemes
  • Hilti
  • oracle

Bronze Sponsors

  • A&R Logistics
  • aptim
  • IAG
  • Port of Corpus Christi
  • Rider International
  • Schneider
  • Technip FMC

2019 Partners

Official Association Partners

  • AWS
  • CURT
  • International Freight Network (IFN)
  • ISCM
  • LNS Global
  • RC-Galveston
  • Specialist Freight Networks (SFN)
  • World Freight Network (WFN)

Media Partners

  • bicmagazine
  • Breakbulk
  • Chemical Engineering Online
  • ENR
  • Fluid
  • HCB
  • Hydrocarbon
  • Industrial-Info-Resources
  • Inspectioneering
  • LNG
  • Natural Gas Intelligence
  • NaturalGasWorld
  • New-Orleans-City-Business
  • Newsbase

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