Training, Conference, and Exhibition
Spain 1-5 Oct. 2018
Coker, CatCracker, Sulfur (Amine, Sour Water, Claus, Tailgas)
RefComm® is recognized as the premier worldwide conference for Delayed Coking. RefComm Spain also covers Fluid Catalytic Cracking and Sulfur Recovery. It deals with production goals, environmental regulations, MARPOL specifications, revamps and maintaining equipment. RefComm is highly unit specific and targets engineers, operators, maintenance, and managers of these process units to discuss fine details of these processes in a way not possible in more broad conferences.
RefComm week starts with 2 optional days of training, followed by the technical conference and exhibition. Explore these conference videos. Get your team the knowledge they need for more production with less risk. RefComm Budapest 2017 attendance was 166 with 90 refiners! Send your team to bring back and share the knowledge they need to be safe, efficient and productive.
“I didn’t know I could get this much out of it RefComm Budapest – Technologist from Tupras”
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Seize this opportunity to present, lead a discussion or be a workgroup subject matter expert. Showcase your knowledge, advance your career and actively improve your industry.Presentations
“The availability to have open discussions after the FCC papers, free-flowing and even into the breaks was incredible! – FCC Supervisor, MOLGROUP at RefComm Budapest CatCracking”
Whether you are new to the industry or changing professional roles, the skills learned here will help you succeed! All training classes are taught by industry experts. Students receive a certificate for classroom hours and a class manual that can serve as a valuable office reference. Training courses including Coker and Sulfur (Amine, Sour Water, Claus, Tailgas) by expert instructors. A Training Pass does not include access to the Conference.Training Courses
Exhibition and Sponsor Opportunities
The exhibition opens with the Tuesday evening welcome reception. Exhibitors will be closely integrated with the Conference program with demonstrations and workshops during networking breaks.