The Future of Petrochemicals POST COVID-19 in the Appalachian Basin is the focus of the sold-out 9th Annual Utica Midstream Conference, to be held Jan. 21, 2021, at the Holiday Inn Conference Center in North Canton, Ohio. Over 100 esteemed industry and regulatory leaders will be in attendance. Event co-sponsors are the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce and Shale Directories.
Industry experts will offer their varied perspectives on what our world is going to look like post COVID-19 in the Shale Oil and Gas industry. They will delve into a number of milestones that have occurred or will be occurring which will significantly change the downstream petrochemical industry in the Appalachian Basin. Five of these milestones include the following: increase use of single service products; reshoring of plastics companies; the shell cracker plant; the PTTGCA cracker plant; and the increasing need for recycling of plastic products.
These highly informative shale oil and gas educational programs present the latest developments in the Utica upstream, midstream, and downstream as related to exploration and production, oil and gas public policy, ethane cracker plants, sustainable jobs in manufacturing, and more. This program routinely attracts a diverse business audience throughout Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and northwestern West Virginia.
Tony Barbera, CEO of Barbco Inc., will be a keynote speaker, presenting Barbco’s patented FlexBor tooling and technology and trenchless excavation industry trends. In addition, Barbco will have a display table on site.
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