PetroChem Canada brings leaders from the downstream sector together with government, academia and the supply chain to discuss the opportunities & challenges of developing Canada’s downstream sector and competing in world markets.
Developing Canada’s downstream sector is key to maximizing the value of Canada’s natural resources. Let’s work together to become more globally competitive by further increasing our processing capacities across the country. By manufacturing more added-value products, we increase the true value of our resources, create jobs; and we will embrace technologies to do it in an environmentally conscious and sustainable way.
PetroChem Canada provides the forum for bringing industry together to have these discussions.
The organizers of PetroChem Canada are cautiously optimistic that the live, face-to-face conference & exhibition will take place as scheduled, September 30 – October 1.
The safety of our delegates, speakers and exhibitors is of utmost importance. EventWorx will follow all federal and provincial government requirements and guidelines to ensure a safe environment for all of our guests. In addition, we anticipate the Sunbridge Hotel and Convention Centre adn Indian Hills Golf Club will have guidelines in place well before our conference dates. We anticipate that travel restrictions will be lifted prior to September.
In the event PetroChem Canada cannot take place as scheduled, EventWorx will postpone the conference and all paid fees will be applied to the future dates.
PetroChem Canada is the premier conference in Canada that brings together the petrochemical, chemical and emerging biochemical manufacturers and their supply chain to discuss the business & technical opportunities and challenges of developing Canada’s downstream sector. Sessions consist of a variety of topics covering key economic, political, environmental and technical issues affecting the petrochemical and biochemical industries.
PetroChem Canada connects professionals from the petrochemical, biochemical and chemical industries with their North American counterparts, governments, academia and the supply chain to meet, share knowledge and forge long term relationships.
We are currently developing the Business Conference and Technical Streams. Topics of interest include, but not limited to:
Digital and Automation Transformation & Implementation
Workforce Supply & Development
Better Methods for Managing Plastics Use
Future of Electricity Policy and Solutions to Manage Electricity Costs
Market Trends, Key Drivers & Global Market Forecasts
Ways to Manage Electricity Spend
Investment Attraction: Creating Canadian Competitiveness
Developing Operational Efficiencies
Creating Petrochemical & Biochemical Sustainability
Competing for Resource and Leveraging Your Supply Chain
If you are interested in speaking, sponsoring, exhibiting, or attending please contact us at email@example.com.
Oil and Gas Automation Product Manager and Solution Architect at ABB
Director, Government & Stakeholder Relations - Ontario at Chemistry Industry Association of Canada
Manager, Production Industries at Government of Ontario
Energy Lawyer at Jageman Law
Environmental and Regulatory Counsel at Norton Rose Fulbright LLP
President and CEO at Canadian Energy Research Institute