Now in its 8th year, Refining India has come to be known in the Indian hydrocarbons industry as “the September conference”. Organised by PTQ magazine and IDS, independent experts on refining in India, it provides the perfect opportunity to bring leading edge developments to the attention of senior executives from all of India’s major refining companies.
However, in light of continued developments during the Covid-19 pandemic, and with the safety of attendees, speakers and sponsors foremost in mind, the organisers will be postponing this year’s conference to 20-21 September 2021, to be held once again at the Shangri-La Hotel, New Delhi.
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