23rd ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants Conference to take place on 18-22 February in London

23rd ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants Conference to take place on 18-22 February in London

Innovative technologies and industry disruptors: What do they mean for the lubricants business?

For over two decades, the ICIS World Base Oils & Lubricants Conference has been the pinnacle conference within the industry’s calendar.

With unrivalled content and unparalleled networking, the ICIS flagship meeting played host, in 2018, to over 680 senior attendees – the highest number of attendees to date. Other highlights include the introduction of the Associates Network, a sponsored dinner as well as a full value chain representation from across the globe. 

Taking place 18-22 February 2019, once again at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge Hotel in London, the 23rd edition offers a full 5 days of in-depth information. This includes:

  • Two base oils training courses to expand your knowledge about the base oils business
  • A morning seminar around sanctions and scenario planning and two afternoon workshops on Brexit and China
  • A two-day conference around innovative technologies and industry disruptors and how they affect the base oils & lubricants market
  • A gala reception exclusively for conference attendees
  • And a breakfast briefing addressing innovations in marketing to increase lubricant sales

Reasons to attend:

  • Near-mid-long term perspectives of factors impacting base oils and lubricants
  • Industry thought-leader speakers
  • Unparalleled networking with over 600 attendees
  • Interactive panel discussions on the key questions of the day
  • An extensive exhibition of major companies
  • THE meeting to attend in the industry calendar

Speakers will include representatives of Chevron, ExxonMobil Fuels & Lubricants, Lubrizol, Neste, Shell and many more, and will discuss key industry topics such as:

  • State of Address: Big Oil perspective on the energy outlook
  • The future of Group II in Europe: New capacities and evolving specifications
  • Impact of changes in vehicle ownership and user patterns on base oil and lubricant demand
  • Getting approval: Evolving base oil interchange guidelines and tests
  • OEM Perspective: How are innovations in base oils affecting future automotive design considerations?

Event information:

Dates: 18-22 February 2019
Location: Park Plaza Westminster Bridge, London, UK

Register on http://www.icisevents.com/worldbaseoils with code WBO19ONLW3. 

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