Coking, CatCracking, and Shale Process & Operations
May 4 – 8
Conference Wednesday – Friday
This year RefComm adds the unconventional hydrocarbon processing theme with shale processing and operations. North American unconventional oil and gas production has created massive volumes of feedstocks with chemistries not particularly known to refiners. The growth in production from light and tight oil plays has been so fast that infrastructure is still playing catch up. Join us in the Shale Hall or the Coking.com Hall and CatCracking.com Hall for unit specific discussions, as well as the breakout discussions and workgroups that make RefComm unique.
The recent drop in crude prices has begun affecting refined product demand and margins. At RefComm, you’ll see how refiners are leveraging current assets to extend run lengths, reduce costs, and operate safely and profitably.
Training Monday – Friday
Training courses including DCU, FCCU, Sulfur and fixed equipment by expert instructors. A Training Pass does not include access to the Conference.
Exhibition Tuesday – Thursday
The exhibition is opens with the Tuesday evening welcome reception. Exhibitors will be closely integrated with the Conference program with demonstrations and workshops during networking breaks.
Register before April 3 to benefit from early discounts.
Admittance to the Tuesday welcome reception and continues to Friday. Includes exhibition with catered breakfast, lunch, breaks, and cocktail receptions during that time.
Dress code is casual to business casual: blue jeans or slacks, button-down shirts are common, coat and tie are rare.