A section of the participants.
Mr. Manu Sehgal, Head - Strategy & Feedstock Supply Group, HMEL raising a query.
Technical Session III: (L-R) Mr. S. N. Sheshachala, Chief Manager (R&D), HPCL; Mr. K. Govindarajan, CEO – Projects, Essar Oil Ltd. and Mr. Sheo Raj Singh, Head (R&D), EIL.
Technical Session II: (L-R) Mr. Praveen Gosain, Regional Director-India, S.E. Asia and Australia, Corning Technologies India Private Limited; Mr. Prasad Panicker, ED (Kochi Refinery), BPCL and Prof. K.K. Pant, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
Technical Session I : (L-R) Mr. Steven C. Gimre, MD, UOP India Private Limited; Mr. A.S. Basu, Head of Refinery, HMEL and Mr. Rajeev Bhandari, Director HTS-HPS, UOP India Private Limited.
Mr. Steven C. Gimre, MD, UOP India Private Limited making his presentation.
Dr. Malhotra presenting a memento to Mr. James E. Rekoske.
Mr. James E. Rekoske, VP and Chief Technology Officer, UOP, USA delivering his Inaugural Address.
Dr. R.K.Malhotra, DG, PetroFed welcoming the participants.
Indian Refiners are gearing up to a challenging schedule of 1st April 2020 for placing BS –VI auto fuels in the market. Modular Configuration and Process Intensification approach offers a viable green option to meet this challenge.
Dr. R.K. Malhotra, Director General, PetroFed welcomed the participants and gave a brief about the seminar. Mr. James E. Rekoske, VP & Chief Technology Officer, UOP, USA in his theme address brought out the key challenges and issues being faced by the petroleum refining industry.
The day-long programme, comprehensively covered all aspects of refining in three technical sessions. There were seven presentations covering the subject. The sessions were chaired Shri A.S. Basu, Head of Refinery, HMEL; Shri Prasad Panicker, ED (Kochi Refinery), BPCL and Shri K. Govindarajan, CEO-Projects, Essar Oil Ltd. The sessions witnessed extensive floor participation.