Third Annual CIS Petrochemicals Conference, 25 & 26 March Moscow, Russia

Exclusive 15% discount for PlasticsEurope members!

Sanctions, the weakening of the Russian rouble, the credit crunch and a challenging political situation have badly affected the Russian petrochemical industry but business has by no means come to a grinding halt. Russian companies continue to implement their projects and now, more than ever, need an introduction of new technology and modernisation.

Experts estimate that lower prices ultimately lead to higher petrochemical derivative demand and create unique opportunities for business development, especially for exporters and importers of products, resource-saving and energy-efficient technologies, and best management solution providers. Domestic producers are under pressure to improve their competitive edge so as to compensate for the decline in imports. Hence, investments, new technologies and thus new opportunities for your business are opening up in Russia and the CIS.

On 25-26 March, key industry players will meet this year in Moscow at the third CIS Petrochemicals conference to discuss and share their thoughts on the current market situation, ways to overcome the crisis and implement petrochemical projects.  Karl-H. Foerster, Executive Director of PlasticsEurope will speak during the session "Prospects for the Development of Propylene and Ethylene Co-products” planned on 26 March.

PlasticsEurope and IdentiPlast 2015 are part of the official media partners of the conference. Association members are therefore entitled to claim an exclusive 15% discount for the full delegate package.

The easiest way to register is online on the, where you can also view the full speaker list and updated agenda.
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