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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Meet Senior Decision Makers From:


  • International And Domestic Petrochemical Producers
  • E&P Companies
  • Midstream Companies
  • Terminal Owners & Operators
  • Traders
  • Regulators
  • On-Purpose Propylene & Butadiene Producers
  • Chemical Product Industry

With The Following Job Titles:


COOs, VP's, Directors, Managers, Team Leads & Chiefs Of...

  • Project Management
  • Business Development
  • Marketing
  • Engineering
  • Production
  • Feedstocks
  • Technology
  • Logistics
  • Strategy
  • Supply
  • Procurement

Plus:


  • EPCs
  • Technology Suppliers
  • Marketing Service Providers
  • Consultants
  • Market Analysts
  • Equipment Suppliers
  • Terminal Construction Services
  • Pipeline Construction
  • Shipping & Distribution Services
  • Investment Companies
  • Safety & Compliance
  • Skilled Labour Training Companies
  • Labour Unions

EXPERT INDUSTRY-LED SPEAKER FACULTY INCLUDES:

Craig Barry

Craig Barry

Olefins Business Director

Dow Chemical

Rob Clark

Rob Clark

Vice President, U.S. Megaprojects

Sasol

Matthew Curry

Matthew Curry

Director of Business Development

Range Resources

Kelly Knopp

Kelly Knopp

VP & GM, NGL & Olefins

Williams Company

Steve Woodward

Steve Woodward

VP

Antero

John DeGood

John DeGood

VP NGL Marketing

LoneStar

Peter Kaestner

Peter Kaestner

Vice President - Feedstocks, Polymer & Cracker Segment

Reliance Holdings

Thomas Van De Velde

Thomas Van De Velde

Vice President BU Hydrocarbons & Energy

Borealis

Manav Lahoti

Manav Lahoti

Commercial Director - US Olefins

Dow Chemical

Mathew George

Mathew George

Chief Manager (Petrochemical Exports)

Indian Oil

US Ethane Exports & Ethylene Markets 2014

US ethane supply has massively increased in the wake of the shale gas revolution. With prices dropping, and domestic transportation infrastructure coming online, this critical feedstock has become more domestically abundant than ever before. This has triggered billion dollar investment projects by petrochemical companies in expanded ethylene production and lighter feedstocks, switching from naphtha to ethane, to capture the superior economics and improved pricing margins.

With the recent announcement from INEOS of their plan to export ethane to Europe from 2015, many questions are being asked around the future of US pricing and supply. There are numerous large-scale production expansions preparing to go live from 2017/18; however, if producers are able to economically export ethane directly to international markets this will drive up feedstock prices, threatening the business case for US projects and the anticipated second wave. The opportunity presented by these ethane markets, production forecasts, the timelines for expansion, global derivative markets and supply infrastructure costs are all key factors when locating the greatest export advantage and mitigating investment risk.

The 2nd Annual Ethane Exports & Ethylene Markets Summit, taking place in Houston on October 28-29, will provide exclusive insights into these issues, uncovering the true potential for ethane exports, the drivers for on-going cracker project economics, the business case for increased infrastructure investment and technology solutions for maximizing profitability.

The completion dates and capacity of ethane cracking projects will chiefly determine the decision to export ethane or its derivatives, and the conference will examine the capability of these projects to be completed on time, solutions for their execution, and investigate the various impacts on consumption, over-supply, and cost. International derivative markets will be assessed to determine the economics for increased domestic capacity, as well as the business case for investment in on-purpose propylene and butadiene production to replenish co-product streams coming offline.

Day 1 will focus on the impact of ethane export on pricing & economics by examining the market potential in Europe, Asia & Canadaalongside a basin-by-basin analysis of the major plays in the US to assess total production levels and the effectiveness of the mid-stream infrastructure.

Day 2 will provide an update on cracker projects, the feasibility of the next phase, the issues surrounding labor and permits, and then examine new ethylene production technologies and assess the capacity of the derivative market home and abroad to absorb the supply. Finally consideration is applied to the co-product stream, their future production techniques and the impact on supply and pricing.

http://www.american-business-conferences.com/c238/us-ethane-exports-and-ethylene-markets-2014/

REASONS TO ATTEND

What's new this year...

EXPORT CAPACITY: Providing an accurate assessment of the volume of ethane in the US, the demand and readiness of global markets and the US ability to export

IMPACT OF ETHANE EXPORT PROJECTS ON US CRACKER ECONOMICS: Analysing the impact of a mass export policy on US cracking projects and the future of the derivatives market at home.

ETHANE PRODUCTION & CAPACITY: Outlining the volume of ethane produced, the infrastructure in place to move it, and the industry's capacity to consume it to determine pricing and rejection levels.

THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR ETHANE: Analyzing the current and potential global markets for ethane and how this will impact on supply/demand and future pricing and build in the US.

PROJECT UPDATES & THE SECOND WAVE: Examining the delays on current projects with realistic assessments on their completion times and strategic advice on the feasibility and logistics presenting a clear business case for the second wave of crackers.

THE GLOBAL MARKET FOR DERIVATIVES: Examining the global derivative market to determine pricing, production capacity and export policy.

ETHANE IMPACT ON CO-STREAMS: Investigating the developments in on-purpose production to analyse how the shale-gas boom will affect pricing and market opportunity for butadiene and propylene.

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