Dear colleagues and friends,
Association of the Russian chlor-alkali industry “RusChlor” is hereby having an honor to invite you to participate in the RusChlor-held Eleventh International Technology Conference entitled “Chlorine and its derivatives 2017”. The conference will be held in Moscow at the conference hall of “Baltschug Kempinski” hotel on March 28 through 29, 2017.
It is customary to discuss at the RusChlor’s international conferences both the future development trends of and key-problems faced by the chlor-alkali industries in Russia, Byelorussia, Kazakhstan, and Armenia. We expect that most of the prominent Russian and foreign engineering companies, scientific organizations, producers of equipment and instruments who are currently dealing with chlorine will take part in the conference along with all the Russian chlor-alkali producers.
In composing the programme for the conference we aimed mostly at staging a proper discussion of the feasible development options available for the chlor-alkali industry. Therefore the programme will consist of the following major blocks of themes:
1. The national development strategy and future development trends for the chlor-alkali industry The design engineering solutions applied, construction projects carried out, and operating experience gathered in creating the brand-new chlor-alkali production facilities.
2. The raw commodities, modern materials, equipment, and instruments that are offered and available to the chlor-alkali industry.
3. The problems faced and decisions taken in designing the modern-day ton-containers, tank-containers, and railway tank-cars for transportation of chlorine.
4. The Minamata Convention's implications for the prospects for continuation of use of the mercury-cathode electrolysis by the chlor-alkali facilities.
5. The Best Available Techniques (BAT) concept and its implications for the chlor-alkali industry. The experience gathered in developing the Best Available Techniques’ Reference Documents (BREF) both in the Russian Federation and abroad.
6. Summing up the World Chlorine Council (WCC) performance at the organization’s annual meeting in Antwerp, Belgium (October 2016).
If you decide to make a presentation at the conference, you will be required to specify the presentation's title in the application form so that we would introduce it into the final version of the programme. If you do decide to make a presentation, we shall ask you to make it last not more than 20 or 30 minutes.
Contact persons: Ms. Irene Andreeva, Ms. Yulya Chistyakova.
Phone: + 7 (495) 742-88-42, 742-88-40; +7(499) 999-02-58
Fax: +7(495) 742-88-40