Condensate & Naphtha Forum

Geopolitics & Condensate: Implications for Condensate & Naphtha Markets

Location: Singapore

Venue: Singapore (Check The Map)

Starts: 08 Nov 2018

Ends: 09 Nov 2018

Type: Conference

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The Condensate & Naphtha Forum, held annually since 1996 in Asia, Middle East & Australia, has evolved into an annual “must attend” event for serious producers, buyers & sellers of Condensate & Naphtha.

 

With business interactions at the highest levels, underscored by the presence of market leaders in the condensate, naphtha and petrochemical industries, the Condensate & Naphtha Forum provides an annual platform for the exchange of industry dialogue amongst key producers, buyers and sellers of condensate & naphtha. The Forum is known for its open and frank discussions on the most topical issues causing market transformations and setting priorities for the industry. The Forum has to-date attracted an international audience from 110 cities & 45 countries.

Key Address Speaker

Mr. Shigeharu Yajima

Senior Vice President
Global Energy Marketing
Inpex Corporation
Japan

Mr. Sebastien Bariller

Senior Vice President
Feedstock Purchasing
Energy & Optimization
Hanwha Total Petrochemical
Korea

Explore Critical Issues Under The 2018 Conference Theme

Geopolitics & Condensates: Implications for Condensate & Naphtha Markets

 

  • What impact will US decision to roll back the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and reinstatement of sanctions on Iran, have on condensate exports?
  • New Australian projects at Ichthys and Prelude may replace only a third of the volume lost due to the possibility of zero exports from Iran. Where will additional supplies come from?
  • With splitters in Korea shifting to full-range naphtha due to tighter condensate supply & higher prices, where will new demand come from?
  • With the return of crude prices to pre-2015 levels lifting light crude/condensate production in the US, can Asian buyers accept US condensate as a satisfactory grade?
  • How will the close relationship between condensate, naphtha & LPG markets be impacted by these market dynamics?

 

Attend the Condensate & Naphtha Forum to deliberate on these significant changes affecting the Condensate & Naphtha markets

and engage in frank discussions on the opportunities and challenges of the industry.

Attracting Global Players From The Condensate & Naphtha Markets

CNF 2017 Event Summary

The Condensate & Naphtha Forum 2017, organised by The Conference Connection Inc and held from 9 – 10 November 2017, was a resounding success. Known for its open and frank discussions on critical drivers, challenges, future trends and new technologies relevant for the industry, it provides an annual platform for the exchange of industry dialogue amongst key producers, buyers and sellers of condensate & naphtha.

The Forum provided an effective platform for a meeting of minds, highlighting changes in the industry with oil prices at a seeming state of stability and limited growth prospects for the demand and supply of condensate, with market dynamics seeking to extract more value from feedstock optimisation and operations, to enhance profitability.

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  • The CNF 2017 Mobile App was well received by delegates.
  • The app facilitated voting for online polling questions for all sessions, with 907 votes over 15 polls.
  • The app also helped delegates to network with each other through private messages or meeting arrangements during the forum.
  • Results of the online polling can be accessed here.

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