Interfaces'11
 
 
Friday, 18 January 2019
 
 
Mainstream topics

 

List of topics recommended for discussions: In selecting oral and poster contributions priority will be given to papers with impact on state of the environment and on improving the state of the industry in the region.
  • REFINERY TECHNOLOGIES
    New and refurbished processes and procedures for high quality petroleum products under different supply- demand circumstances. Flexibility in operation to include more difficult to upgrade petroleum sources and to integrate renewable and refuse feedstock components.
  • FUELS
    Advanced catalysis and catalytic processes and procedures for production of flexibly tailoring product ranges to novel performance criteria. Improved mass transfer efficiency and means to achieve such in non-catalytic separation units. Additives and additivation technologies and techniques. Hydrogen household.  Chemistry of standard fuels and lubricants on non-conventional feedstock basis.  Fuels and lubricants and other direct interactions and interfaces.
  • GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS REDUCTION
    Carbon capture and storage in petroleum refinery and petrochemical practice, in power generation and industrial processes, Integrated and sustainable consumption of energy, Industrial ecology,  carbon free economies, climate friendly processes. Emissions allowance trading
  • ENERGY STRATEGIES AND SCENARIOS, ECOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES AND USE OF ENERGY
    Environmental technologies; Intelligent and rational use of energy, energy autonomy, Scenarios for energy efficient systems; Energy security, Improving energy efficiency by development efforts and rational use of energy, fossil and renewable alike, National and international drives, policies and regulations. Response of the industry to climate change challenges.
  • RENEWABLES
    Alternative -renewable energy based-fuels, technologies and applications; Advancement in non-conventional automotive systems – fuel cells technologies and applications, hybrid systems. Clean coal and other energy resources within the fence of a petroleum refinery or petrochemical compounds.
  • LUBRICANTS, WAXES, BITUMEN AND RELATED PRODUCTS
    Lubricants and tribological systems, Additives for fuels, lubricants and petroleum products; Rheology and colloid chemistry of mainstream products and use of byproducts of petroleum refinery and petrochemistry; Innovations in production technologies and applications of waxes and bitumen. Asphalt blending with straight and recycled components. State of the art and advances in products recycling and reuse.
  • PETROCHEMISTRY, POLYMERS AND RELATED AREAS
    Monomer chemistry and technologies; Polymer chemistry and technologies, composites and components for intelligent polymer products. Recycling technologies for polymer production on the basis of polymer wastes, secondary feedstocks. Petrochemistry for fuels and lubricants production.
  • HSE AND RELATED AREAS
    Company and business strategies and supporting procedures, SHE initiatives and achievements. Improving safety and health protection. Social dimensions and public acceptance. Environmental and public health related to production and use of petroleum refinery and petrochemistry outputs. Auxiliary processes, advances in effluent and discharge treatment and prevention.