ERTC Ask the Experts
31st March - 2nd April 2020 | Hilton Antwerp, Belgium
ERTC: Ask the Experts is back for its 4th edition, taking place from 31st – 2nd April 2020 in Antwerp, Belgium.
We are excited to announce that Ask the Experts 2020 will be taking place with our co-host Total. In addition to our traditional technical sessions with our experts, gala dinner and drinks reception, you will also have the opportunity to visit Total’s biggest refinery on the continent and Europe’s third largest.
Keep updated by registering your interest for 2020, or download our post-event report from this year’s edition to gain a true understanding of what Ask the Experts entails.
ERTC: Ask the Experts (ATE) gives process and maintenance engineers a platform to ask burning questions about the everyday challenges they face in the plant and hear the practical solutions from industry experts.
Held in the round, Ask the Experts is made up of innovative formats including expert Q+A panels, Experts in Action (short, snappy presentations answering refinery questions), and Technical Workshops.
ATE is not just technical content, we also have fun parts including a Gala Dinner and Drink Receptions to bring together the engineering community!
This is all designed for engineers to take game-changing solutions back to your site and roll them out as soon as possible.
Topics for Ask the Experts 2020
Reforming and Isomerisation
Crude & Vacuum Distillation
Shutdown & Turnaround Preparations
Renewable Fuels/ Alternative Fuel Production
Crude Oil and Production Flexibility
Total Antwerp Refinery Visit
After more than five years of work and capital expenditure of more than €1 billion, Antwerp — Total’s largest refining and petrochemicals complex in Europe — has completed its transformation. The complex is composed of a refinery that processes 338,000 barrels of crude oil per day, a petrochemical plant that manufactures base chemicals and a facility that produces polymers.
It has been completely reorganized to meet three objectives: respond to market demand by manufacturing more light products that meet the strictest environmental standards, make the complex more flexible so it can use the most cost-advantaged feedstocks available and increase synergies between refining and petrochemicals.
With its 1,700 employees, Antwerp is poised to become one of Total’s most competitive complexes.
Experts who presented in Vienna
Head of Process Units
Head of Inspection & Integrity, Refining Asset Management
Catalyst Development Expert
Process Technology Specialist
VP Process and Technology
Aspropyrgos Refinery Process Department Manager
Global Business Development Manager
Project Development Technologist
Delayed Coker Specialist
Commercial Director, Europe
Refinery Industry Manager, Global Technology
Filomena del Greco
Senior Process Engineer
New Business & Services Developer for Oil & Gas Market
Eurotek Refining Services Ltd.
Senior Advisor Asset Development
Business Segment Manager
Head of HSSE, Downstream
InSite Technical Services
Refinery Process Technology Manager
Shell Pernis Refinery
Process Technologist - Reformer, HPP, NHT specialist
Director of Development and Innovation
Group DS Production Technology & Development VP
Manager, Technical Assistance; Troubleshooting Refining and Base Chemicals
LCFiner Plant Manager
Global Technology Director
Senior Advisor Power & Utilities
General Manager- Catalyst Marketing
Rasmus Finnerup Wille
VP and Refinery Site Manager
Area Sales & Totsucat Product Manager
Rob Van Der Mejj
Technical Account Manager, Refining Catalysts – EMEA
Refining Processes Expert
Pop-Up Business School
Global Hydrocracking Application Specialist
Chief of Technology EMEA
FCC technical consultant
Process Technologist - CW, WWT, BFW specialist
Process Automation & Information Head
Business Development Manager
Senior Technical Service Engineer
Refinery Optimisation Manager
SVP and Refinery Site Manager
Dr. Zoran Milosevic
Professor and Independent Process Consultant
University of Surrey