Back to Saint Petersburg. For the first time the import substitution, as well as LNG and gas technologies were discussed at the conference. First presentations on upstream operations. Over 250 participants. Over 50 presentations. The conference becomes a fully-fledged conversational event.
The conference changed its name to INTRA-TECH. The name reflects its inter-industrial format. Mining and metallurgy issues introduced to the agenda. First general plenary session took place where import substitution and production localization issues were discussed. Chemical Engineering Journal became the co-organizer.
8th conference took place at ARTPLAY exhibition space (ex-plant for medium-scale machine engineering). This venue could fit 350 participants (number of participants increased by 30%). 1000 m2 of exhibition space fitted 10 stands.
Over 90 speeches presented (number of presentations increased by 40%) at 7 simultaneous sessions.
Key topic of the conference was digitalization in the oil and gas and mining and metallurgy complex.
The INTRA-TECH conference made a decent leap forward – over 500 participants (increased by 70%), number of presentations increased to 140 (by 70%), exhibition space increased by 100%, the number of exhibitors tripled.
Over 300 B2B meetings.
Agreements for total amount of over 400 mln rubles were signed.
The conference was powered by: MINPROMTORG, IDF, National Association of Organization in the Field of Motor Fuel.