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CONFERENCE 2007 / CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
The Fourth Annual Conference
REFINING AND OIL TRANSIT IN THE CIS AND BALTIC STATES
7 JUNE, DAY ONE

9.00 - 9.30 Registration. Coffee break

9.30 - 11.00 INTRODUCTORY SESSION: An overview of the CIS refining industry

Assessment of Russia's refining industry state. (Vladislav Bazhenov, Association of Refining and Petrochemical Industry Operators)
Assessment of downstream, refining challenges and development outlook in Russia and CIS. (Vladimir Kapustin, VNIPIneft general director)
The top-priority tasks of developing Ukrainian downstream and improvement of the economic growth. (Leonid Kosyanchuk, head of refining and petrochemical department, Ministry of industry and energy, Ukraine)
Recent trends in and outlook for crude and products exports from the CIS and Baltic states (Matthew Sagers, CERA)
Development of refining and oil transportation in Krasnodar Krai (Grigoriy Minayev, head of transportation and communication, Krasnodar administration, Russia)*
An outlook on Belarus energy segment development. (Vladimir Semashko, Belarus first deputy prime minister)*

11.00 - 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 - 13.00 FIRST SESSION: Development of refining and oil products exports in the CIS and Baltic states and key global trends

Reforming Ukrainian refining industry in the context of the key priorities of Ukraine's energy sector. (Vitaly Daviy, the head of Ukrneftekhimpererabotka)
Assessment of major trends in products exports from Russia, CIS and Baltic refineries. (Argus Media Agency)
The growing role of Russia and CIS as energy suppliers to EU and USA. (Max Gutbrod, Baker&McKenzie)
2006-2007 development of Mazeikiu Nafta refinery in Lithuania; growing production of high-octane gasoline and export shipments, including Ukraine's market. (Leonas Garbenis, strategic development and economics director)
Customs regulations methods and Russia's oil products export trends - impact on the development of domestic refining industry. (Aleksander Sakovich, Russia's ministry of finance)*

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

14.00 - 15.30 SECOND SESSION: Technological capabilities and an outlook for expanding production of quality gasoline and diesel fuel in Russia, CIS and the Baltic states. Launch of new oil refining and gas processing projects

Using developed by ExxonMobil Flexicoker technology for processing heavy residue of vacuum and atmospheric distillation; utilisation of petroleum coke. (Dr. Anna Gorshtein, ExxonMobil regional director, CIS and Eastern Europe)
Developing and modernisation of the company refineries in Russia and Ukraine refineries. (Yakov Polunkin, TNK-BP director, refining)
Boosting gasoline quality on gas processing plants - isomerisation project and growing refinery runs at Shebelinka gas plant. (UkrGazVydobuvannya)*
Boosting production of high-quality gasoline and diesel fuel at Belneftekhim refineries

15.30 - 15.45 Coffee break

15.45-16.30 THIRD SESSION: Technological capabilities and an outlook for expanding production of quality gasoline and diesel fuel in Russia, CIS and the Baltic states. Launch of new oil refining and gas processing projects. (CONTINUING)

Unique experience of large-scale industry projects implementation in Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus. Strategy for large-scale business projects. (Ivan Otevrel, Koch-Glitsch)
New refinery construction project in the Baltics (Stanislav Anisko, Baltic Oil Terminal)
Mini-refineries at tank farms - boosting economic efficiency or nationwide problem? (Stavropolie oil company)*
A prospective for mini-refineries' projects in Ukraine. (Andrei Pushak, expert)
Boosting supplies of high quality diesel fuel from Lukoil's refineries.
Rosneft efforts on developing high quality diesel production at company's refinery in Black sea region.

16.30 - 18.00 FOURTH SESSION: New trends in production of quality lubricants in the CIS and Baltic states
ExxonMobil advanced technologies for high quality motor oils production. (Dr. Anna Gorshtein, ExxonMobil regional director, CIS and Eastern Europe)
Lukoil LLK experience of developing domestic lubricants production.
Kalpesh Enterprise LLC offer for CIS and Baltic States refineries.

19.00 Cocktail reception, Cascade lounge bar, Odessa Hotel


8 JUNE, DAY TWO

9.00 - 9.30 Morning coffee

9.30 - 11.00 FIRST SESSION: Growth of feedstock supplies and shipments of oil products and LPG

Crude oil shipments via KazTransOil's terminal in Georgia's port of Batumi. (Berik Tolumbaev, KazTransOil general director)
New terminal projects for oil and oil products in Russia (terminal projects in Black sea and Far East regions). (Roman Mejlumian, Directorate of Federal marine and river transport agency, state coordinator for marine transport development programmes)*
Assessment of key trends on oil and products export markets of CIS and Baltic states. (Jorge Montepeque, Platts' Global Director of Markets, Platts Agency)
Growing light oil products exports from Kazakh refineries. KazMunaiGaz Ceyhan refinery construction project. (Shukhrat Danbai, KazMunaiGaz deputy general director, refining and petrochemicals)

11.00 - 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 - 13.00 SECOND SESSION: Increasing efficiency of the Black Sea terminals loadings

Boosting crude and oil products shipments via Pivdenny terminal, Ukraine. (Ukrtransnafta)
Invensys potential as a subcontractor for computerisation of downstream facilities. (Aleksei Bush, head of Invensys rep. office, Ukraine)
The launch of low-sulphur fuel oil terminal in Tuapse. (Rosneft)*
Riga oil terminal construction project (Nikolai Yermolaev)
Developing loadings at the Reni oil terminal. (DP Ukrchem)

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch

14.00 - 15.30 THIRD SESSION: LPG and LNG. Deployment outlook, export shipments growth

Advanced technologies, Compact applications of gas-to-liquid - GTL technologies. (Boris Rachevskiy, NefteGazTop general director, Moscow)
LPG reloading project at the terminal owned by White Gas.
Ukraine's growing demand for LPG as autogas in the context of growing gasoline prices. (An operator of Ukrainian autogas filling stations chain)*
Boosting LPG exports from refineries and gas processing plants of Ukraine and Kazakhstan.
LPG loadings at Sintez terminal in Odessa port

15.30 - 16.00 Coffee break

16.00 - 17.00 FOURTH SESSION: Outlook for production of blended gasoline, biofuels and alternative energy resources in the CIS and Baltic states. Experience of the EU states.

VNIPIneft - an assessment of demand and prospects of blended gasoline production at Russia's and CIS refineries. (Dr. Vladimir Kapustin, VNIPIneft)
GTC Technology experience of biofuels production in USA; prospective for using the technology in the CIS and Baltic states projects. (A representative of GTC Technology)
An outlook on biodiesel production in Ukraine. (A representative of Ministry of fuels and energy of Ukraine)*

*The programme is subject to minor changes
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