ACAPMA has launched registration for the second installation of the Asia Pacific Fuel Industry Forum, which is being held on 13-14 September 2017 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Intended as the foremost event for the downstream petroleum industry, the APFI Forum will build on the successes of the Singapore event in 2016 and continue its engagements with the downstream petroleum industry.
For the first time, the APFI Forum hosts two streams to cater for the inclusion of equipment and service providers.
The Retail & Distribution Stream is the traditional, full two-day conference with sessions outlining the changes to industry and updates on issues affecting fuel-retail and distribution businesses. This stream boasts high-level speakers including Commsec Chief Economist Craig James, ACCC Chairman Rod Sims, Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James, and many more.
The full agenda for the Retail & Distribution Stream can be found at: www.apfiforum.com/apfi-forum-agenda.
The Contractors Stream has been built into the event as a one-day forum on Wednesday 13 September for the E&S providers. This stream will allow an open forum for these businesses to come together and discuss the important topics that affect their servicing of fuel retail and distribution centres, as well as hosting the launch of the ACAPMA Best Practice Guidelines on UPSS Maintenance, Vapor Recovery, Stormwater Management and Biofuels Storage.
The full agenda for the Contractors Stream can be found at: www.apfiforum.com/contractor-forum-agenda.
These two streams will come together for the Forum Dinner which is held on the evening of Wednesday 13 September. This the perfect opportunity to connect in a more informal setting.
Attendance at the APFI Forum is open to anyone who operates within the wider downstream petroleum industry across ANZ and Asia-Pacific. With the two streams running at the Forum, there is something for everyone.
Registration is now open online: www.apfiforum.com/register.