Baku, November 25 - Neftegaz.RU. Global price reporting agency Argus, supported by Azerbaijan’s state-owned Socar, organizes the second Argus Petroleum Summit in Azerbaijan, to be held on 20-21 November in Baku.
The event will bring together major regional players in the oil, transport, trading and refining industries.
Caspian countries remain of great importance for oil producers, traders and transportation companies, with the region’s various big new projects providing fresh opportunities for trading and supply logistics.
Conference participants will explore trading and logistics for exports of crude, refined products and petrochemicals. The forum will feature analysis of the latest developments in Caspian markets, and experts will be on hand to discuss expansions and upgrades to transport and refining infrastructure.
Among topics of discussion:
- Marketing and trading of crude, products and petrochemicals
- Export routes for crude and products from Azerbaijan and Caspian countries
- Prospects for new logistics patterns as part of the Caspian-Mediterranean transport corridor, rail transportation and tariff policy, shipowners, ports and terminals
- Regional pipeline routes, realities and prospects
- Domestic markets for crude and refined products in the Caspian region
- Petrochemicals industry in the region — production, transportation and trading
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Argus is an independent media organisation with almost 1,000 staff. It is headquartered in London and has 23 offices in the world’s principal commodity trading and production centres. Argus produces price assessments and analysis of international energy and other commodity markets, and offers bespoke consulting services and industry-leading conferences.
Companies in 140 countries around the world use Argus data to index physical trade and as benchmarks in financial derivative markets as well as for analysis and planning purposes.
Argus was founded in 1970 and is a privately held UK-registered company. It is owned by employee shareholders and global growth equity firm General Atlantic.