Technology Week incorporating GTCC, 16th RPTC & 17th RRTC

The Moscow Refining, Gas & Petrochemicals Week 2017

18–22 September 2017
InterContinental Moscow
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The Moscow Refining, Gas & Petrochemicals Week is the best established and most popular downstream technology event in the Russia & CIS Region.

With its traditionally technically-strong programmes, unrivalled access to the major players in the Russian Downstream sector and the highest quality networking opportunities Moscow Refining and Petrochemicals Week is attracting loyal regular followers as well as new delegates each year.

The week offers:


of intensive networking


from technologing companies


from industry experts


for exhibiting companies

Attendees traditionally include:
  • Heads of Refining, Gas and Petrochemicals from Major Oil Companies
  • General Directors of Regional Refineries, Gas & Petrochemical Plants
  • Heads of Technical Departments
  • Chief Engineers
  • Chief Technologists
  • Project Directors
  • Design Institutes
  • Engineering Contractors
  • Licensors
  • Technology, Solutions & Equipment Providers
  • Industry Consultants and Analysts
  • Government Agencies

Positive impression as always. Speakers and topics are chosen carefully and professionally, presentations are of the best quality, and sessions are well formed. Many thanks to the organisers.

- Vasilyev, GAZPROM NEFT

This conference is unique. It gives you an idea on new industry trends as well as an opportunity to meet many key people. The only forum which gathers active representatives of the refining and petrochemical industries in Russia & CIS countries.


GTCC is a new format gas event that will focus on the different technology options in the treating and converting Natural Gas into more valuable products such as Chemicals, Petrochemicals and Fuels.

  • Overview of Global Gas Market: New Players, Trends and Forecasts
  • Russian NG Market: New Fields Discoveries, Export and Domestic Consumption, Associated Petroleum Gas, Peculiarities of Legislation and State Regulation
  • Ways of Natural Gas Monetization:
    • Pipeline projects
    • New LNG units
    • Natural Gas conversion to chemical and petrochemical products
    • Associated Petroleum Gas rational utilization
  • Innovative Technologies and Projects Status, Market Development and Case Studies:
    • Gas Purification, Separation and Conversion of the Components
    • Syngas Generation
    • Ammonia, Urea and other Fertilizers Technologies
    • Methanol, DME, Formaldehyde
    • Synthetic Fuels: GTL and MTG Technologies
    • Olefins Technologies (MTO, MTP etc.)

Leading industry experts will present best practices, share recent experience in implementing the latest technology developments for LNG, GTL, syngas, methanol, MTO, MTG among others, discuss alternative ways for NG Monetisation, as well as Gas industry development forecasts in Russia and CIS.

RPTC is widely considered by Russia & CIS petrochemical companies and their partners to be the leading annual platform that addresses key technology challenges and market trends that impact the development of the petrochemical industry in region. Companies come together to share experiences and discuss lessons learned. Leading industry experts will present best practices, share recent experience in implementing vital technological solutions for increasing margins at petrochemical plants in Russia & CIS and other countries based on real projects or shed light on the latest technological innovations in the industry.

  • Overview and Outlook of the Petrochemical Industry & Markets: Globally and in Russia & CIS
  • Major Projects in the Russia & CIS Petrochemical Industry. Challenges & Opportunities
  • Overview of Important International Projects and How they Would Impact the Market
  • Olefins Production: Innovative Technologies, Increasing Operational Margins, Modernization of Existing Units, Latest Catalysts Developments
  • Polyolefins Production: Technologies & Solutions, Feedstock Supply
  • Aromatics & Derivatives Production: Leading Technologies for Plants Modernisation, Production Plans and Market Impact, PTA and PET, phenol and styrene production

Established in 2001, RRTC is the longest running and most well supported downstream technology event in Russia & CIS. The event gathers regional refiners and their international and local partners – licensors & contractors; catalyst and equipment manufacturers, services and solution providers and design institutes. The traditionally strong technical programme will provide Delegates with case studies of the recent technology implementation, as well as ongoing and future projects and will outline the challenges for the oil refining industry in the region and internationally.

  • Overview of the Global and Russia & CIS Refining Industry Developments and Market Trends
  • Clean Fuels Technologies:
    • Desulphurisation Technologies
    • Latest Рeforming Тechnologies & Catalysts
    • Implementing of Isomerization Technologies
    • Increasing the Capacity of Hydroprocessing Units
  • Base Oil & Lubes
  • Hydrogen Production Technologies
  • Latest Developments in FCC Technologies. Recently Completed FCC Projects
  • Catalysts with Improved Performance
  • Residue Upgrading Technologies
  • Environment Protection: Improving Refinery Operations to Meet Environment Protection Standards
  • Project Management: Masterplanning & Front-End Loading, Improved Project Management Systems. The Role of Russian Project Institutes projects in Planning Stage: Goals, Challenges, Development Strategies, Possible Integration with Existing Units

Marketing Opportunities


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For further details or to request a tailor-made proposal, please contact:
for GTCC: Olga Solovyova
for RPTC & RRTC: Ekaterina Shatunova and Maria Zaytseva
for any questions call us: + 7 (495) 517 7709


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