14 May 2019
Global refiners – How to stay ahead of the competition?
Next few years will not be business-as-usual for global refiners. Changes in regulation and policies, threat from peak oil demand, shift in product demand patterns and new demand growth centres, rising appetite for petrochemical feedstock Read More...
Next few years will not be business-as-usual for global refiners. Changes in regulation and policies, threat from peak oil demand, shift in product demand patterns and new demand growth centres, rising appetite for petrochemical feedstock and refining overcapacity in main refining centres will all drive refiners to rethink the way they have operated in the past.
The presentation will broadly cover:
- Peak oil demand – Myth or reality?
- Knock on effects of rising US crude exports on global crude trade flows
- IMO's bunker fuel regulation: Smooth sailing or a rough ride
- Asian dilemma – Build refineries vs secure supply
- Refining and chemicals integration - a necessity, not a choice
Sushant Gupta is Research Director for refining in Asia Pacific focusing on the Asia Pacific crude oil, refined products and refining markets. He has over 15 years of experience in the refining and chemicals industry. Sushant heads up the team in Asia Pacific which is responsible to pull together the analysis of the key trends and issues in the oils market both regionally and globally. He is a keynote speaker at many conferences in the region presenting our forward-looking analysis to a senior audience. Sushant joined Wood Mackenzie in 2007 after working for five years with Singapore Refining Company where he gained extensive experience in crude evaluation and purchase, refinery production planning, refinery economics, and product supply planning. He also has over three years of experience with Schenectady International group – India, a leading petrochemicals manufacturer in India. Sushant holds a Masters degree in Chemical Engineering from the National University of Singapore.