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ESF ASIA 2022 – Energy & Sustainability Forum

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Decarbonising the Downstream Industry

30 November – 1 December 2022

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 

As the net zero momentum gathers pace, Asia’s oil and gas industry will attend ESF Asia – Energy & Sustainability Forum from 30th November–1st December in Kuala Lumpur, a new conference focused on the energy transition, decarbonisation and sustainability in downstream.

Asian refiners and petrochemical producers, with their own unique set of challenges presented by the transition, must act now to embrace the opportunities available to reduce both scope 1 and 2 emissions to carbon case line assets and move up the value chain away from fuels and deeper into petrochemicals, as well as find solutions to reduce Scope 3 emissions and the decarbonisation of its products and supply chains.

 

ESF Asia is the must attend event in 2022!

Through interactive panel discussions, presentations, and case studies, ESF Asia will:

  • Present the latest technologies being deployed to decarbonise operations, carbon base line assets, and conserve energy
  • Discuss the most opportune pathways for the region in its journey to net zero
  • Explore routes to increased flexibility and (product slate) diversification to accommodate bio-based and hydrogen generated feedstocks
  • Explore the value proposition and commercialisation status of the latest plastics conversion technologies and the tangible steps needed for large scale implementation
  • Prepare the industry for tomorrow through market outlooks, future fuel predictions and transition preparation
  • Discuss the latest projects and technologies championing the production of low and zero carbon hydrogen essential for the deep decarbonisation of the downstream industry
  • Position the industry to take the leading role in a net zero future through market outlooks, future fuel predictions and transition preparation

Visit ESF Asia 2022 website for more information.