Hazards is widely recognised as one of the world’s leading process safety conferences. First staged in 1960, Hazards is an industry-focused event, providing a platform for sharing good practice, current thinking and lessons learned in process safety, as well as valuable networking opportunities.
Hazards 31 will share examples of good practice, new approaches and lessons learned in process safety, promoting a continuous focus on improving performance.
We will also be exploring some of the challenges and opportunities in process safety today:
- Identifying and embedding good practice including the role of executive leadership, how to achieve engagement and common practice, and how to learn lessons from past incidents
- How to embed the strategic learning from the COVID-19 response into process safety management
- Process safety issues associated with climate change and decarbonisation technologies
- Process safety opportunities and risks associated with digitalisation, big data, Artificial Intelligence, and cyber security
- Cross sector learning opportunities for process safety and loss prevention professionals
Hazards 31 is organised by the Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE). Full details can be found on its website here.More Info
Annual Meeting of the European Chemical Transport Association (ECTA), including presentations on key issues facing the sector.
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Fifth annual workshop on regional tank storage and liquids trade issues.
This year’s event will be in hybrid format, with in-person meetings and webinar sessions.
Med Hub Day is organised by Port Tarragona and ChemMed. Full details can be found here.More Info
14th Annual National Aboveground Storage Tank Conference & Trade Show hosted by the National Institute for Storage Tank Management.
Full details of the trade show and conference can be found here.More Info
15th annual forum of the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) will looks at “the chemical industry in a post-pandemic reality”
The global chemical industry is undergoing a rapid shift as the global economy is in a period of flux. The year 2020 was an inflection point for the chemical industry, with the pandemic exposing the industry’s weaknesses and accelerating the formation of new strategies and business models. The unprecedented speed and scale of the crisis brought about a surge in various trends, especially digitalization, which created a host of opportunities for the downstream hydrocarbon industry, and a heightened focus on sustainability.
The adoption of modern digital technologies has not only increased productivity, but also supported the development of new and innovative business ideas. The pandemic further accelerated the drive towards decarbonization, which in turn is supporting several nations’ vision to meet their net zero carbon emission targets. With clean hydrogen gaining traction around the world, it presents a new opportunity for the industry to embark on the journey of energy transition. In response to policy needs and evolving consumer preferences, investors too are taking decarbonization seriously, further intensifying environmental, social and governance (ESG) efforts. Incorporating ESG strategies is helping build competitive advantage and advancing the industry’s sustainability agenda.
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Convened by the Energy Institute’s sector experts, International Energy Week is the global conference for a new energy era.
It builds on the renowned legacies and strengths of IP Week – the highest calibre speakers from across oil, gas, and the wider world of energy, thought leadership on the defining issues, and dynamic networking opportunities.
As the climate crisis continues to transform societies’ expectations, International Energy Week 2022 will be the energy industry’s first global meeting to assess the outcomes of COP26 alongside the continuing recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bringing together senior figures from industry, investors, government, academia and NGOs, the conference will centre on the changing technologies, business models and skills required to meet the energy needs of the world’s populations and to hit global net zero emissions in the middle of the century.
With over two days of virtual engagement and one day of face to face conferences, International Energy Week is essential for those leading on corporate strategy, business development and technological innovation – anyone seeking to retain a competitive edge as the global energy transition accelerates.
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StocExpo, the largest and longest running international bulk liquid storage event, is going back to Rotterdam in March 2022 to inspire, connect and share knowledge within the tank storage community.
Thought leaders from across the world will gather alongside exhibitors and visitors to discuss the future of the bulk storage industry.
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Intermodal Europe, the global leading container transport and logistics event, has been postponed and will now take place in November 2022 at the RAI Amsterdam.
For over four decades, Intermodal Europe has been the most targeted annual meeting point in Europe for companies associated with container shipping and intermodal transport, across road, rail and sea. The event facilitates the opportunity to meet with an audience of over 6,000 global container shipping professionals, do business face-to-face, build brand awareness and develop relationships with clients and industry peers.
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