Petrochemistry 2020

Sep 21-22, 2020


Paris, France

Petrochemistry and Oil-Gas Congress in Rome, Italy on Sept 21-22, 2020 | Phase 1 Abstract Submission till 15th Jan | 25% Discount on Group Registration

         International Conference on Petroleum and Oil-Gas Marketing

About Petrochemistry 2020

LexisConferences  welcomes you to attend the “International Conference on Petroleum and Oil-Gas Marketing”to be held on September 21-22, 2020 Rome, Italy.

Petrochemistry 2020 will focus on many interesting scientific sessions and covers all frontier topics in Petrochemistry which includes Petroleum Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, biochemistry, Clinical Chemistry, Electro chemistry, Green Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Forensic Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry, Geochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Material Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Natural products Chemistry, Nuclear Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Physical chemistry, Computational Chemistry, Theoretical Chemistry and many more.

Special interest and theme of the conference is “Overcoming Challenges in Petroleum and Oil-Gas Technology”.

We invite you all to the Petrochemistry 2020 as it is a platform to have open discussions, knowledge sharing and interactive sessions with field experts.

The conference also includes Keynote presentations by prominent personalities from around the globe in addition to both oral and poster presentations. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential professionals, make a splash with a new research works, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. The Organizing Committee Members of Petrochemistry 2020 also invite Young Researchers to submit abstracts reporting their latest scientific findings for Poster sessions.

Target Audience 

Our Organization would be honoured to welcome the

·         Oil and Gas Industries

·         Oil and Gas Societies/Associations

·         Petroleum Industries

·         Petroleum Engineering Faculty/Students

·         Geology Graduates

·         Chemical Engineering Faculty/Students

·         Oil and Gas Research Scholars

·         Oil and Gas Scientists

·         Petroleum Analysts

·         Petroleum and Petrochemicals Marketers


Conference Name



   Petrochemistry 2020


September 21-22,2020


By Attending You Gain:

The opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Petroleum community. Live Events which include Keynote Sessions, Speaker Sessions, Poster Presentations Video Presentations; provides a unique approach for learning and career building. Attendees will be having an opportunity to build networks with Business Delegates, Academics, and Experts in Petroleum and oil-gas marketing across the globe.


Subject Matter Experts will guide you in current Research & development. They help you in research queries, content, identify the objectives, and ensure your research scientifically acceptable.


The right conference can be a game-changer for your research and professional career. More importantly, the Round table conversation brings the experts networking and creates the goldmine of opportunities.


Workshop sessions involve extensive interaction between presenters and participants around an idea or handful experience of a practice. These sessions may also take the form of a crafted panel, staged conversation, dialogue or debate – all involving substantial interaction with the audience.

Market Analysis

Petrochemistry 2020 directs towards addressing main issues as well as future strategies of global energy industry. This is going to be the largest and most promising international conference where petroleum and chemical industry professionals as well as decision makers will come to discuss and debate on various aspects of the challenges, risks and investment opportunities throughout the complete integrated energy and utilities supply chain. Petrochemistry 2020 will also provide the proper business opportunities and provide an opportunity to make new decisions by meeting decision makers in the energy sector.

With members from around the world focused on learning about Petroleum and Engineering; this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the global petroleum sector. Conduct demonstrations, distribute information, meet with current and potential customers, make a splash with a new product line, and receive name recognition at this two-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in the field of petroleum and chemicals are hallmarks of this conference.

Overview Europe exports $275 billion of goods each year and is the 17th largest export economy in the world. When you deduct annual imports totalling $299 billion, it has a negative trade balance of $23.5 billion. Europe’s GDP is $1.23 trillion and that produces a GDP per capita figure of $36,300. The country has been able to increase its yearly export sales over the last five years, with export numbers growing at an annualized rate of 1.72% during this time. Refined Petroleum The refined petroleum export market is valued at $412 billion per year and Prague has a 1.9% market share. 

  Chemical Production Data

Petro Chemicals are an essential part of commodities used in daily lives. They are used in various end-use industries, ranging from manufacturing to consumer goods. Petrochemicals are chemical compounds derived from petroleum and other hydrocarbons, which are obtained from crude oil and natural gas. They are primarily used as chemical building blocks for a variety of materials and applications. Rising demand for petrochemicals in major end-use industries coupled with favorable operating conditions, primarily in the Middle East and Asia Pacific, is expected to drive the global market for petrochemicals from 2013 to 2030. Demand for bio-based chemicals is increasing due to growing consumer awareness and benefits associated with their usage. Investment in bio-based chemicals in the public sector (including national laboratories and universities) and commercial sector (including large multinational corporations) is anticipated to increase in the near future. Therefore, this trend is estimated to hamper the petrochemicals market. Additionally, volatility in prices of crude oil & natural gas is likely to inhibit market growth. However, rising shale gas discoveries, primarily in North America (including the U.S. and Canada) is benefitting petrochemical producers, since shale gas is considered a substitute feedstock that is used in the manufacture of petrochemicals. 

In contrast to many of their export market destinations, which are predominantly European countries, Czech Republic and Spain exports the largest amount of its refined petroleum to the United States (17%), with the Netherlands (10%) and France (9.1%) being the next biggest destinations.

Europe is the most probably Exporting country for Refined Petrochemical Products to United States. Czech Republic is showing a rapid development on commodity of Import & Export for the different regions with the different products, but according to Petrochemical and Crude Oil export it still stands out to make the GDP % with higher for Europe region, the only reason is supplying the 17% of Petroleum to United States. 

Petrochemical Markets gives a point by point supply, request and value gauges of the key petrochemical feedstock naphtha alongside a review of the petrochemicals advertise including ethylene, propylene, benzene, and Para xylene. The administration likewise gives investigation on splitting financial aspects, arbitrage financial matters; refinery and petrochemical office turnarounds and their effects on provincial adjust. 

Petrochemical industry comprises companies that operate by this industry engages in refining crude petroleum into refined petroleum. Petroleum refining involves fractionation, straight distillation of crude oil and cracking. Concern over environmental issues, with sustainability in particular a matter of concern; the petrochemical market is meeting resistance in developing countries. In developed countries, however, sustainability constitutes less of an obstacle to market expansion. According to Vision gain, petrochemical development between 2012 until 2022 will depend in large part on emerging economies. These markets will witness a steep rise in value, causing suppliers to focus their efforts on developing economies instead of developed economies. But, meanwhile, in more mature markets, innovation will prove a key point between competitors seeking to maintain and increase market share in these regions. Innovation will mostly be focused on cutting costs and boosting efficiency.

This industry manufactures petrochemicals, which are chemicals derived from refined petroleum or liquid hydrocarbons. Key products include ethylene, benzene, propylene, toluene, styrene, xylene, butylene, ethyl benzene and cumene. These products are used in the production of consumer products, automotive components and various durable and non-durable goods.

According to Vision gain, the global petrochemical industry has entered a transition phase, with a large degree of expansion forecast between 2012 and 2022. Competition from Middle Eastern market players is also expected to fuel this change, particularly when coupled with the impact of the European crisis. During the end of 2012, the industry generated and exceeded the revenue value $609 billion which was estimated earlier. According to IBIS World, the petrochemical manufacturing industry faced significant volatility over the last five years, but the improving economy will pave the way for growth as downstream demand improves.

Domestic operators will continue to face obstacles, as increased input costs affect prices and performance. However, heightened demand and continuing dependence on petrochemicals will benefit industry firms. Concern over environmental issues, with sustainability in particular a matter of concern; the petrochemical market is meeting resistance in developing countries. In developed countries, however, sustainability constitutes less of an obstacle to market expansion.

Some of the major industry players in petrochemical industries are BASF in Germany, Dow chemical, ExxonMobil Chemical in USA, Saudi Basic Industries Corporation in Saudi Arabia, INEOS in UK, LyondellBasell Industries in Netherlands, Sumitomo Chemical in Japan and Formosa Plastics Corporation in Taiwan. Customers settle on certain choices in view of significant understanding from HIS Energy's top to bottom learning of market powers and political improvements that drive petrochemical feed stock advertise joined with profound quantitative detail and broad industry encounter.

Mileva Radonjic
Associate Professor
University of Bristol


Mileva Radonjic was an associate professor at Louisiana State University Petroleum Engineering Department from 2015-2018, and also an adjunct in LSU Earth Sciences. In addition, she was associated with the Institute of Advanced Materials at LSU. Dr. Radonjic completed her PhD at Bristol University in the UK,, and worked as a postdoc at Interface Analysis Center at Bristol, before accepting a postdoc position at Princeton University. She worked at the Federation of American Science in Washington DC in 2005, and spent two years at BP America Drilling in Houston working with the CCS project team from the UK, before accepting the position at LSU in 2008.

Researches :

  • Carbon storage and capture, global warming mitigation Oil-well cement durability, effective long term zonal isolation, corrosion issues Wellbore stability, geomechanics Enhanced oil recovery
Davis L Ford
Marine Board, National Academy of Sciences


Davis L. Ford & Associates

President: Davis L. Ford, Ph.D., P.E.

Dr. Ford is a practicing environmental engineer with over forty-five years of experience in the field. In addition, he serves on the faculty at The University of Texas at Austin as an adjunct professor, has published more than one hundred technical papers, has co-authored or contributed to ten textbooks, and written two biographies and co-authored one children’s book. He has lectured extensively throughout the United States and in countries of Europe, South America, and Asia.

Ford received his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering at Texas A&M University and his master and doctorate degrees in environmental engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. He is a Distinguished Engineering Graduate of both Texas A&M University and The University of Texas at Austin as well as a Distinguished Alumnus of Texas A&M.

Ford was elected into the prestigious National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He has served as president of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and chairman of the Academy Ethics Committee. His honorary affiliations include Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Xi, and Chi Epsilon.

Ford serves on the Board of a publicly-owned oil and exploration company (CWEI, NASDAQ) and the Board of the Texas A&M University Press.

Hedayat Omidvar
Head of Communication
National Iranian Gas Company


Hedayat Omidvar

Member of Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) since 1992

Graduated in Industrial Engineering (MSc) in 2002&DBA in oil and gas strategy (Dr) in 2018. He has been working since 1992 as Natural Gas consumption expert in Corporate Planning Dept., National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), responsible for treatment, transmission, storage and distribution of natural gas. At present, he is Head of Communication Affairs with Science & Research Centers, Research & Technology Dept.

Member of Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE) since 1992

Member of American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) since 1994

Member of Iran Institute of Industrial Engineering (IIIE) since 2001

Member of Programme Committee A (PGC A) “Sustainable Development” of the International Gas Union (IGU) 2003-2006

Member of Marketing and Communication Committee (PGC E) of the International Gas Union (IGU)


Member of Gas Advocacy Task Force (TF2) of the International Gas Union (IGU)


Secretary of Utilization Committee of the International Gas Union (IGU)


Member of Marketing and Communication committee of the International Gas Union (IGU) 2015-2018

Member of Executive Committee of the International Gas Union (IGU) 2015-2018

Chair of Energy Policy Task Force (TF3) of the International Gas Union (IGU) 2018-2021

Member of Group of Experts on Gas of United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) from 2016

Letter of Commendation As the Exemplary Research Expert Received From the Deputy Petroleum Minister & Managing Director of NIGC 2008

Letter of Commendation Received From the Deputy Petroleum Minister & Managing Director of NIGC 2011

Letter of Commendation Received From the Deputy Petroleum Minister & Managing Director of NIGC 2013

Researches :

  • Oil and Gas Technology

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