7th Future of Polyolefins Summit

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With the new European directive on plastic waste and circular economy targets, and the investments wave on new production plants, the polyolefins industry is facing changes in the near future. It will not only need to adapt to them, but also work as a whole, with all actors from the value chain involved, to live up to expectations and thrive.


The event covers different factors influencing the polyolefins industry, and the impact of the circular economy. Participants will also discuss how to maintain performance whilst aiming for recyclability and degradability of materials.


The conference aims to bring together senior executives from petrochemical companies, plastic converters, technology providers, chemical intermediate suppliers, researchers, as well as other influential stakeholders from the value chain.


Topics

  • Factors Influencing Pricing on Feedstock & Polyolefins
  • The Circular Economy Impact
  • Polyolefins Market: Current Outlook & Predictions
  • Polyolefin Production: Performance Retention & Recyclability
  • Converting Technologies
  • Maximising Degradability of Polyolefins
  • Managing the ever increasing Amount of Plastic in a Sustainable Way
  • Optimising Lightweighting
  • Design & Application in Polyolefins Packaging Production
  • Recycling & Reusing Polyolefin based Products


Who Should Attend

  • Oil & Gas / Petrochemicals / chemicals companies
  • Feedstocks / olefins suppliers
  • Chemical & commodity trading
  • Polymer & polyolefin producers
  • End product manufacturers
  • Plastic converters & compounders
  • EPC
  • Technology providers (catalysts manufacturers etc.)
  • Masterbatch suppliers
  • Chemical intermediates suppliers
  • Research centres and institutes
  • Universities
  • Petrochemical / chemical consultants
  • Policy / regulation / environmental institutions
  • Financial stakeholders: venture capital firms, investment banks, private equity firms

 

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