The Home of Petrochemical Supply Chain & Logistics in North America
Returning to Houston in June, Petrochemical Supply Chain & Logistics 2020 will bring together 1,000+ senior Petrochemical Supply Chain & Logistics executives and influential owner/operators under one roof.
With petrochemical producers, trucking, rail, and barge companies, 3PLs, ports, ocean carriers and the industry-leading tech providers all represented this is truly the one-stop-shop for the entire Petrochemical Supply Chain & Logistics industry.
By downloading the official event brochure you’ll be the first to receive:
- Conference Agenda: Full overview of the hottest topics that will be discussed in 2020 including our world leading speaker line up, across 5 targeted industry tracks
- Exhibition Overview: Featuring 50+ innovative exhibitors, dedicated content theatres, free-to-attend technical and educational seminars / workshops addressing daily challenges faced by operators
- Supply Chain Connect: With over 1,000+ attendees and boasting a 35%+ owner / operator ratio our bespoke 1-2-1 meetings will ensure you get face time with the people that matter.
- Specialist Events Program: It’s not just about the conference room and expo floor, take a look at our specialist events program including workshops and working groups on workforce development, inclusion & diversity & our dedicated student attendance program
SECURE YOUR SLICE OF THE $200 BILLION OPPORTUNITY: The time to invest is now - Be part of the growth & development
- Since 2010, petrochemical producers have announced significant expansions of capacity in the U.S., and the momentum is not over.
- To date, 334 chemical and plastics projects cumulatively valued at $204 billion have been announced, 53% of the investment completed or underway and 40% in the planning phase.
- America’s plentiful and affordable supplies of natural gas and NGLs are driving the new investment. Further gains in capital spending are anticipated, increasing by 5.4% this year and 4.9% in 2020.
- Capital spending will reach $43 billion by 2024, according to the ACC.
- Chemical production in the U.S. is expected to surge over the next five years, compared with the last two decades.
- Growth in output and continued expansion of capacity will generate demand for more workers, with more than 17,000 more jobs expected through 2024.