Future of Polyolefins 2018

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The conference will look at the supply & demand trends of feedstocks, the global and European polyolefin markets, as well as the main drivers amongst end-products.It also aims to take an in-depth look into trends & innovations, new technology developments and predictions on the long to very long term. It will bring together senior executive from petrochemical companies, plastic converter, technology providers, chemical intermediate suppliers, researchers, as well as other influential stakeholders from the value chain.


  • Feedstocks’ Trends & Developments
  • Overview of the Polyolefins Market
  • Lightweighting – What is the Next Stage?
  • Up & Coming Technologies
  • Latest Updates on Regulation
  • Recycling & Circular Economy: Enhancing Sustainability of the Polyolefin & Plastic Industries
  • Focus on the End-Products & Manufacturers’ Strategies
  • The PET Trend – Reality & Predictions
  • Bio-Based PE & PP
  • A look into the Future – Very long term views

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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