9th International Conference on

Petrochemistry & Chemical Engineering

Theme: Enhancing Sustainability through Knowledge and Technology

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Chicago USA

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Previous Conference Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

Heikki Jutila

Senior Petroleum/ Reservoir Engineer Teknillinen korkeakoulu-Technology.
UK

Conference Speaker

Junwang Tang

Associate Professor University College London.
UK

Conference Speaker

Hussain H Ahmed

Chair American University-Sharjah
UAE

Conference Speaker

Fawzi Banat

Professor The Petroleum Institute
UAE

Conference Speaker

Ailin Jia

Director of Ordos Basin Branch Institute of RIPED, PetroChina
China

Conference Speaker

Kong Fah Tee

Professor University of Greenwich,
UK

Conference Speaker

Darrell Alec Patterson

Director University of Bath.
UK

Conference Speaker

Paul F. Luckham

Professor Imperial College London.
UK

Conference Speaker

Colin Campbell

Advisory Board of the Oil Age Journal Oxford University.
UK

Conference Speaker

Randy Hazlett

Associate Professor University of Tulsa.
USA

Conference Speaker

Franklin (Feng) Tao

Associate Professor The University of Kansas, USA
USA

Conference Speaker

Chandrashekhar P Joshi

Professor Michigan Technological University, USA
USA

Tracks & Key Topics

petrochemistry 2019

ABOUT CONFERENCE

ABOUT CONFERENCE

Euroscicon invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 9th International Conference on Petrochemistry & Chemical Engineering during May 27-28, 2019 in Chicago, the USA with the theme “Enhancing Sustainability through Knowledge and Technology” which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Petrochemistry2019 will provide an ideal opportunity for industry experts, leading engineers, researchers and technical managers as well as university scholars to share ideas and research achievements related to petroleum & petrochemical technology and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. It will create a platform to bridge achieving sustainable development by using education and technology.Petroleum is a thick, dark to yellow, combustible fluid blend of hydrocarbons. Petroleum formed, principally underneath the Earth's surface, and is accepted to begin from the collected stays of antiquated plants and creatures. It is the wellspring of petrochemicals and is utilized to make gas, greasing up oils, plastics, and numerous different items. The investigations are more worried to Petroleum topography, Drilling and Production Technology, Refinery Process, Petroleum and Chemical process control. Propelled thinks about are being made to ad lib improvements in Enhanced Oil Recovery, petro chemistry, Fossil Fuel and Biofuels, Petroleum items and their uses, while, natural resources are resources that exist without actions of humankind. The conference aims at multi-disciplined audience with diverse commercial, technical, corporate, operations, planning sectors of the upstream oil and gas engineering services.

Importance and Scope

Oil is sold as fuel oil and melted oil gas. Interest for oil is driven via auto and truck use, and home warming. The best two nations that expend the most oil are China and Japan; together they represent 20% of aggregate worldwide utilization. The U.S. fuel oil and LP gas merchants had add up to yearly income of about $770 billion out of 2013, from around 5,400 organizations. An oil design is engaged with almost the greater part of the phases of oil and gas field assessment, improvement and generation. The point of their work is to boost hydrocarbon recuperation at least cost while keeping up a solid accentuation on decreasing natural effect. The world economy utilizes around 60 billion tons of assets every year to deliver the products and ventures which we as a whole expend. On the normal, a man in Europe expends around 36kg of assets for each day; a man in North America devours around 90kg every day, a man in Asia expends around 14 kg such an enormous utilization uncover the need of this.

Who Can Attend?

Petroleum Chemistry Professors, Oil and Gas Societies, Petroleum Engineering Faculty, Petrology Graduates, Petroleum Technology Students, Oil and Gas Research Scholars, Oil and Gas Scientists, Petroleum Analysts, Chemical Engineering Professors, Petroleum Chemicals Marketers. It is a forum to explore issues of mutual concern as well as exchange knowledge, share evidence, ideas, and generate solutions.

Why to attend?

Petro chemistry 2019 offers a fabulous chance to meet and make new contacts in the field of Petroleum geography, Refinery Gases, by giving coordinated effort spaces and break-out rooms with tea and lunch for delegates between sessions with important systems administration time for you. It enables representatives to have issues tended to on Petroleum and concoction process control by perceived worldwide specialists who are in the know regarding the most recent advancements in the Petroleum field and give data on new procedures and advances. This International Petroleum refinery meeting will include eminent keynote speakers, all-hands conferences, youthful research discussion, notice introductions, specialized workshops and profession direction sessions Business and some more

Why Chicago, USA?

Chicago has a population of 2,716,450, which makes it the most populous city in both the state of Illinois and the Midwestern United States. It is the county seat of Cook County, the second most populous county in the U.S. Chicago is the principal city of the Chicago metropolitan area, which is often referred to as "Chicago land." The Chicago metropolitan area has nearly 10 million people, is the third-largest in the United States, the fourth largest in North America, and the third largest metropolitan area in the world by land area. Chicago is the birthplace of the skyscraper, and considered the most influential architectural city of the 20th century. Chicago was the second most visited city in the United States with 55 million domestic and international visitors, not far behind the 62 million visitors to New York City in 2017. Chicago has professional sports teams in each of the major professional leagues, including two Major League Baseball teams. The city has had several nicknames throughout its history such as the Windy City, Chi-Town, Second City, and the City of the Big Shoulders, referring to its numerous towers and skyscraper.

 

Session and Tracks

Track 1: PETROCHEMISTRY AND REFINING 

Petro chemistry is an area of chemistry that studies the transformation of petroleum and natural gas into useful products and raw materials for chemical products. The economic sector, which is based on mineral oils and natural gases, is of considerable importance for the national and global economies. Chemically serve the mentioned natural resources as raw materials for a wide range of basic chemicals that are ultimately processed into plastics, pharmaceuticals, dyes, surfactants, solvents, fuels, and many others. Main ingredients of this fossil raw material sources are especially aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, which are processed in petrochemical plants

The oil refinery or petroleum refinery is an industrial process plant where crude oil is transformed and refined into more useful products such as petroleum naphtha, gasoline, diesel fuel, asphalt base, heating oil, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas, jet fuel and fuel oils. Petrochemicals feedstock like ethylene and propylene can also be produced directly by cracking crude oil without the need of using refined products of crude oil such as naphtha.

1.1:  Petroleum Refineries

1.2:  Filtration & Separation

1.3:  Coal and Natural Gas

1.4:  Refining Technology

1.5:  Oil and Gas Drilling

1.6: Oilfield Chemicals

1.7: Oil and Gas Diversification

1.8:  Oil Refining & Petrochemicals

1.9: Isomerization and Polymerization

1.10: Catalytic Reforming and Hydro-treating

1.11:  Solvent Extraction and Dewaxing

 

Track 2: OIL & GAS STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION AND FLOW ASSURANCE

Oil refining forms are the synthetic designing procedures and different offices utilized as a part of oil refineries (likewise alluded to as oil refineries) to change raw petroleum into valuable items, for example, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), gas or oil, lamp fuel, stream fuel, diesel oil and fuel oils. Oil refineries are vast mechanical edifices that include a wide range of preparing units and assistant units, for example, utility units and capacity tanks. Every refinery has its own special course of action and blend of refining forms controlled by the refinery area, wanted items and financial contemplations. There are most likely no two refineries that are indistinguishable in each regard. Some cutting-edge oil refineries process every day as much as 800,000 to 900,000 barrels (127,000 to 143,000 cubic meters) of raw petroleum.

2.1: Separation of Oil, Water, and Gas

2.2: Multiphase Flow Measurement

2.3: Pipeline Corrosion Control

2.4: Pipeline Inspecting and Monitoring

2.5: Pipeline Management

2.6: Pipelines and geopolitics

2.7: Separation of Oil, Water, and Gas

2.8: Multiphase Flow Measurement

2.9: Pipeline Corrosion Control

 

Track 3: PETROLEUM GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION

Petroleum geology is the study of source, existence, progression, aggregation, and research of hydrocarbon fuels in the Earth crust. It refers to the precise set of ecological disciplines that are applied to the search for hydrocarbons (oil exploration). Economic geology is preponderantly involved with the assessment of seven key components in substance basins: origin, repository, seal, trap, timing, advancement and transfer.

3.1: Structural Development and Basin Evolution

3.2Geochemistry

3.3Coal Geology

3.4: Methods used in Petroleum Geology

3.5: Basin Analysis

3.6Exploration Stage

3.7Appraisal Stage

3.8Production Stage

3.9Reservoir Analysis

3.10Sedimentology and Stratigraphy

3.11Geomechanics and Rock Physics

3.12: Hydrocarbon Recovery Mechanisms

 

Track 4: PETROLEUM LIFE CYCLE

Oil is created from raw petroleum, an unpredictable blend of hydrocarbons, different natural aggravates The unrefined item exists as stores in the world's outside layer Crude oil is removed from topographical stores by various distinctive methods. The nature of the unrefined petroleum utilized by refineries in conjunction with the intricacy of preparing directs the vitality prerequisites for refining. bring down quality unrefined petroleum is harder to refine into transportation powers, consequently, the carbon force for refining lower quality crudes is higher than for great rough.

4.1Reservoir Characterization

4.2: Petroleum Desulphurization

4.3: Petrophysics and Petrochemistry

4.4: Petroleum Substitutes

4.5: Hydraulic Breaking

4.6: Petroleum Geography

4.7Thermally enhanced oil recovery

4.8Low-quality crude oil

4.9: High-quality crude oil

4.10Petroleum deposit formation

 

Track 5: UPSTREAM/DOWNSTREAM & MIDSTREAM INTEGRATION

Upstream oil and gas operations identify deposits, drill wells, and recover raw materials from underground. This sector also includes related services, such as rig operations, feasibility studies, and machinery rental and extraction chemical supply. Many of the largest upstream operators are the major diversified oil and gas firms, such as Exxon-Mobil.

Midstream operations link the upstream and downstream entities. Midstream operations mostly include resource transportation and storage, such as pipelines and gathering systems. Kinder Morgan and Williams Companies are two examples of midstream firms.

Downstream operations include refineries and marketing. These services turn crude oil into usable products such as gasoline, fuel oils, and petroleum-based products. Marketing services help move the finished products from energy companies to retailers or end users. Marathon Petroleum and Phillips 66 are two noteworthy examples of downstream companies.

5.1: Midstream/Upstream Interface Optimization

5.2Streamline Simulation

5.3Oil Refining Technologies

5.4Target Refining and Petrochemical Integration

5.5Transportation and Marketing Challenges

5.6EPC Capability & Capacity

 

Track 6: CHALLENGES IN PETROLEUM INDUSTRY

Over the last twenty years the field of Petroleum Engineering has undergone major changes. The evolution of technology as well as the increasing presence of computerized tools in nearly all stages of the exploration-production processes. Petroleum Industry demands from our possible future leaders and managers a basic understanding of the oil business, the global market, its trends, risks and economic implications. Knowledge about major oil and service companies and their markets and geographic areas of operation is also necessary since, as it is well known, professional development and promotions often come with reallocation to a different region or country. In addition, modern professionals will be asked to be well-informed about legal and ethics issues and have an awareness of matters related to health, safety and environment.

6.1:  GIS & Remote Sensing

6.2  Meteorology

6.3Complex Distillation

6.4Refining

6.5Catalytic Cracking

6.6: RAM technology

 

Track 7: OIL AND GAS MANAGEMENTS

The demand for oil and oil-based products has always been high when compared to the previous years. The Environmental Impact Assessment experts say that global consumption of petroleum and oil fuels to continue to grow by 1.5 million b/d in 2017 and by 1.9 million b/d in 2018. Due to the constraints present in petroleum extraction and innovations, just a small amount is brought to the store.

7.1: Natural Gas Hydrates and its Derivatives

7.2: Oil and Gas Restoring

7.3: Corporate social responsibilities in the oil and gas industries

7.4: Future Challenges for Oil Exploration and Consumption

7.5: Oil and Gas diversification

 

Track 8: FUEL CHEMISTRY, TECHNOLOGY & PROCESSING

Industrial gases are a group of gases that are specifically manufactured for use in a wide range of industries, which include oil and gas, petro chemistry, chemicals, power, mining, steelmaking, meals, environmental pollution, medicine, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, food, water, fertilizers, nuclear power, electronics and aerospace. Their production is a part of the wider chemical Industry (where industrial gases are often seen as "speciality chemicals". The principal gases provided are nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, argon, hydrogen, helium and acetylene; although a huge variety of natural gases and mixtures are available in gas cylinders. The industry producing these gases is known as the industrial gases industry, which is seen as also encompassing the supply of equipment and technology to produce and use the gases. Whilst most industrial gas is usually only sold to other industrial enterprises; retail sales of gas cylinders and associated equipment to tradesmen and the general public are available through gas local agents and typically includes products such as balloon helium, dispensing gases for beer kegs, welding gases and welding equipment, LPG and medical oxygen. Very small scale gas supply is not confined to just the industrial gas companies. A wide variety of hand-carried small gas containers, which may be called cylinders, bottles, cartridges, capsules or canisters are available to supply LPG, butane, propane, carbon dioxide or nitrous oxide. Examples are whippets, power lets, camping and soda stream.

8.1: Advanced materials processing

8.2: Advanced process control

8.3: Bioreactors and bioprocesses

8.4: High pressure and supercritical processes

8.5: Synthesis and design of processes

8.6: Kinetics of complex, multiphase and hybrid processes

8.7: Membrane processes

 

Track 9: ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH AND POLLUTION ISSUES

Environmental Health and Safety Managers work with and for organizations (private and public sector) to promote good working practices for employees. Mostly, they observe these organizations to ensure that they comply with environmental legislation regarding safety in the workplace. When they work in environmental roles, it is about ensuring that steps are taken to protect the environment from the actions of the organization, and ensuring that people are protected from the environment.

9.1: Construction and Decommissioning

9.2: Wastewater and Ambient Water Quality

9.3: Food Chemistry

9.4: Energy Supply and Economics

9.5: Case Studies

9.6:  Advanced Combustible Gas Planning

9.7:  Reservoir Outlining and Reservoir Incitement

9.8: Geophysical Investigation

 

Track 10: CHEMICAL REACTION ENGINEERING AND ITS APPLICATIONS

Chemical reaction engineering involves organizing plant processes and conditions to ensure optimal plant operation to construct models for reactor process design and analysis. Many applications of chemical engineering involve in day to day life like rubber, plastic, cement, sugar, ceramic etc

10.1: Fluidized Bed Technologies

10.2: Reaction Testing

10.3: Chemical Reactor Designs

10.4: Renewable Energy & Feedstock

10.5: Environmental Biotechnology

10.6: Aromatics & Fiber Intermediates

10.7: Mass and Photo bioreactor

10.8: Electrochemical energy conversion

10.9: Chemical Applications in Producing Oil and Gas

10.10: Bioprocess engineering

10.11: Biofuel from algae

10.12: Agrochemicals

10.13: Materials Science

 

Track 11: NANOTECHNOLOGY AND NANOMATERIALS

Nano Materials and Nanoparticle examination is right now a region of serious experimental exploration, because of a wide range of potential applications in biomedical, optical, and electronic fields. Nanotechnology is helping to considerably develop, even revolutionize, different technology and industry sectors: information technology, Renewable energy, environmental science, medicine, homeland security, food safety, and transportation, among others. Nano chemistry can be characterized by concepts of size, shape, self-assembly, defects and bio-Nano; So, the synthesis of any new Nano-construct is associated with all these concepts. Nano-construct synthesis is dependent on how the surface, size and shape will lead to self-assembly of the building blocks into the functional structures; they probably have functional defects and might be useful for electronic, photonic, medical or bio analytical problems

11.1: Nano Science Technology

11.2: Process Chemistry& Technology

11.3: Nano Pharmaceutical Chemistry

11.4: Drug Delivery

11.5: Nano Enzymes

11.6: Nano medicine

11.7: Nano Topography

11.8: Tissue Engineering

11.9: Biomedical Applications and Bioelectronics

11.10: Energy Materials

11.11: Energy Supply and Economics

11.12: Energy and Environment Nexus

11.13: Energy Conversion and Storage

 

Track 12: ENVIRONMENTAL SURVEILLANCE,GOVERNING AND HSE MANAGEMENT

Even though oil and gas are a cleaner source of fuel then coal they have a negative impact on environment.  The reason is the way these petroleum products are formed. The main source for the formation is the carbon which is the left over from the living matter that lived millions of years ago. The hydrocarbons get trapped in rocks as a form of bubbles before they get extracted.

12.1: Greenhouse effect

12.2: Natural hazardous material

12.3: Global warming & Climate change

12.4: Environmental Governance

12.5: Environmental Monitoring

12.6: Renewable Energy Sources and Storages

12.7: Chemical and Polymer Engineering

12.8: Environmental Hazards

12.9: Environmental Geology

 

Track 13: SAFETY METHODS

Safety is the condition of being safe and free from any hazards or any non-desirable outcomes. The safety methods are the various procedures and techniques utilized while performing any tasks on fields in any industries or workplace. 

13.1: Transportation and Handling

13.2: Chemical Safety Trainings

13.3: Risk Management

 

 

 

Market Analysis

Petrochemicals 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 favourable 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.

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 Paraxylene. The administration likewise gives investigation on splitting financial aspects, arbitrage financial matters; refinery and petrochemical office turnarounds and their effects on provincial adjust. 

 

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.

Assiocations and Societies

Petro chemistry and Chemical Engineering universities in Europe

The University of Aberdeen | Delft University of Technology | The University of Stavanger | Heriot Watt Institute of Petroleum Engineering | Imperial College.Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) | Robert Gordon UniversityTechnical University of Denmark Polytechnic University of Turin (Politecnico di Torino) | Technical University of Crete | The University of Leeds | IFP (Institut Français du Pétrole) |  London South Bank | IFP Energies nouvelles (IFPEN) | Samara State Technical University | Instituto Piaget | Manchester | Alborg University | Polytechnic University of Turin | AGH University of Science and technology |

 Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering Universities in USA

University of Texas at Austin – Cockrell School of Engineering | University of Tulsa – McDougall School of Petroleum Engineering | Colorado School of Mines | University of Oklahoma Norman Campus | The Louisiana State University | Pennsylvania State UniversityMissouri University of Science & Technology (formerly Missouri-Rolla) | West Virginia University – Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering & Mineral Resources | University of Texas Texas A&M | University of southern California | Texas Tech | University of Alaska | University of Houston | University of Louuisiana | Missouri University Of Science And Technology | Wayne State University | University of Pittsburgh | Nicholls State University | Montana Tech (University of Montana)

 Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering universities in Asia

Northern Cyprus Campus of Middle East Technical University, Turkey, Ankara |  Northern (Arctic) Federal University Arkhangelsk, RussiaTexas University Qatar, Doha | National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University Tomsk, Russia  | Xi’an Shiyou University,Chin |  ITMO University, ST. PETERSBURG, Russia |  Khazar University Baku, Azerbaijan | The Graduate School at the Petroleum Institute Abu Dhabi, UAE | Al-Habeeb College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad, IndiaInstitute Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia | Hong Kong University of Science and Technology | China University of Petroleum | Gate Petroleum | Peking University | Tsinghua University | Northeast Petroleum University | Texas A&M University,  Qatar | Kuwait University | Austrialian College of Kuwait | University of Tulsa

 Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering companies in Europe

Petrol AD |InterOil Exploration and Production | Partex Oil and gas OMV Petrom | Sibir Energy| Tullow Oil Lundin Petroleum | Premier Oil Norse Energy | Cairn Energy | Atlantic Petroleum | Hellenic Petroleum |Gazprom | PKN Orlen | SOCAR Gas Natural MOL Group | Rio Tinto Group |Royal Dutch Shell BP | Total S.A. | Statoil | GE Oil & Gas | Eni SpA | Perneco | Worldco | Neptune Marine Oil & gas limited

 Petro chemistry and Chemical Engineering companies in USA

American Shale Oil | Amalie Oil Company | Cabot Oil Gas | Devon Energy Dura Lube | Castrol | Chief Oil Gas | Enefit American Oil | Gate Petroleum | Frontier Oil | Gulf Oil | Hunt Petroleum | Hess Oil and Chemical | Kosmos Energy | Marathon Petroleum | Metro Fuel Oil | Oasis Petroleum NOCO Energy Corporation Occidental Petroleum Stone Energy Corporation | Taylor Energy | Shell Oil CompanyTotal Petrochemicals USA | 

  Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering companies in Asia

China National Petroleum Corporation | CITIC Resources | Bahrain Petroleum Company Oil and Natural Gas Corporation | Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation | National Iranian Oil Company | Iranian Central Oil Fields Company Midland Oil Company | Petroleum Development Oman | Kuwait Oil Company | Philippine National Oil Company | Qatar Petroleum |  

Societies of Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering in Europe

European Fuel Association | Union of European Petroleum Independents | European Petroleum Industry Association | Hungarian Petroleum Association International Coiled Tubing Association | National Ocean Industries Association | Society of Petroleum Engineers- Gulf Coast Association | Norwegian Oil Spill Control Association | Petroleum Club of Romania | Association of Dutch Suppliers in the Oil & Gas Industry  | United Kingdom Petroleum Industry Association | Oil &Gas U.K

Societies of Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering in USA

Energy And Natural Resources: Powering Societies | American Oil &Gas Historical Society | Association of Energy Service Companies | Association of International Petroleum Negotiators | Canadian Association Oil Well Drilling Contractors | Natural Gas Supply Association | South Dalkota Oil & Gas Association | World Petroleum Council | The National Petroleum Management Association | Independent Petroleum Association of America | Petroleum Service Association of Canada | 

Societies of Petrochemistry and Chemical Engineering in Asia

Association of Energy Servies Companies | Independent Liquid Terminal Association | Irish Petroleum Industry Association | Polish Organisation of Oil Industry and Trade | Asia Pacific Society of Petroleum Engineers | South East Asian Petroleum Exploration Society |  Indonesian Petroleum Association | 

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