Petrochemicals Training Course – Part II

A deeper understanding of Value Chains, Markets, Projects & the Planning Process

Delve deeper into the petrochemicals industry with Petrochemicals Training Course Part II

The course will:

¨         Drill deeper into the interface between refining, natural gas, coal and petrochemicals
¨         Quantify value along the petrochemical chains
¨         Provide an understanding of the tools and methodologies you will need to acquire to make commercial decisions
¨         Give a deeper knowledge of how pricing markets function and how longer term demand and supply estimates are shaping growth in China, India,
          the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Northeast Asia
¨         Provide a guide to logistics, including considerations in managing freight costs, options for shipping, and managing inventories

Who should attend:

¨         Project developers and corporate planners
¨         Traders and sales and marketing executives 
¨         Employees in all the above job functions who work for industries downstream of petrochemicals 
¨         Financial analysts in petrochemicals and associated industries

Course Delivery

The course will be presented by Methanol Market Services Asia (MMSA).

About the Trainer

Mark Berggren is the Founder and Managing Director of MMSA. Mr. Berggren has more than 21 years of experience in the petrochemical industry. He also has experience in providing project support services such as strategic plan development, mergers and acquisitions management, programme development, and technical and market support for project finance procurement to Asian clients on petrochemicals, including methanol and key derivatives, olefins and polyolefins, styrenics, rubbers, ethylene glycol, and polyesters. From 1985 through 1996, Mr. Berggren worked at Shell Chemical. He was responsible for establishing the Asian consulting practice of an international petrochemical consultancy in Singapore in 1998. Mr. Berggren holds a BS in Chemical Engineering (cum laude) from Princeton University.

For more information, please contact MMSA at or call +65 6465 2720.