News | March 17, 2019

Petrochemical Update Confirms CEOs Of BASF & Covestro To Share Insight At The No.1 Destination For The Downstream Industry

Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) - Renowned as the most significant meeting place for Petrochemical & Chemical professionals in the US Northeast, this June the Northeast US Petrochemical Conference & Expo 2019 (June 20-21st, Pittsburgh) will bring together 1600+ of the downstream industries biggest names under one roof.

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The event will bring together the best speaker line-up the industry has ever seen to discuss the industry’s most pressing issues and the next big growth opportunities. Here are just some of the speakers we have confirmed so far:

  • Wayne T Smith, CEO and Chairman, BASF Corp
  • Jerry MacCleary, CEO and Chairman, Covestro LLC
  • Mike Hager, CFO, US Methanol
  • Wally Kandel, SVP, Solvay
  • Cal Dooley, CEO, American Chemistry Council
  • Jerry James, President, Artex Oil
  • Joe Thompson, SVP - General Manager, Downstream & Chemicals, Bechtel
  • Bill Matheson, CCO, Schneider National

Interested in who else we have confirmed to speak? Follow the link here:

Key Topics being spoken on include:

  • Creating a Sustainable Future, BASF Corp
  • Community Engagement, Covestro LLC
  • Shell Chemical Pennsylvania, Shell
  • Inbound Logistics, US Methanol
  • A World Class Opportunity for Petrochemical Producers, Solvay
  • Outlook for the US & Global Downstream Industry, ACC
  • Delivering World Class Construction Projects, Bechtel

Confirmed attendees also include – teams from: BASF, Shell, Covestro, Solvay, Lyondellbasell, US Methanol, NOVA Chemical, Antero, Chemtrade Refineries, Momentum (click the link above to see who else is attending). Work for a petrochemical/chemical producer company like those just mentioned? Click the link above to attend FOR FREE.

For more information on the Northeast US Petrochemical Conference & Expo 2019 - please contact Bridget Robinson on the following email: brobinson(at)

Source: PRWeb

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