Downstream Operations

Downstream operations are the oil and gas operations that take place after the production phase, through to the point of sale. This sector includes the Petroleum, Crude Oil Refining, Natural Gas Processing, Contaminants, Refining Technologies, Natural Gas and Condensate analysis and Processing and Commercial and Legal Structures .It involves the processes where oil and condensates are processed into marketable products with defined specifications such as gasoline, propellant, diesel or feedstock for the petrochemical industries.

This sector is the part of the oil industry involved with purifying crude oil and refining it into different products which runs mainly on three factors: separation, conversion and treatment. It’s operations includes refining crude oil and distributing the by-products down to the retail level. By-products can include diesel oil, natural gas liquids, gasoline and a variety of other energy sources. As the transportation and carriage of crude oil is a big universal business and an important part of the downstream sector, it also involves the transportation and marketing of crude oil and its products.

  • Petroleum Crude Oil Refining
  • Natural Gas Processing
  • Contaminants
  • Oil and Gas Refining Technologies
  • Natural Gas and Condensate Treatment and Processing
  • Commercial and Legal Structures for Downstream

Related Conference of Downstream Operations

September 28-29, 2020

World Congress on Oil and Gas Engineering

September 28-29, 2020 Auckland, New Zealand
September 29-30, 2020

World Conference on Petroleum Chemistry

Osaka, Japan
September 29-30, 2020

Global Oil and Gas Expo

Osaka, Japan
December 14-15, 2020

Advanced Materials Chemical & Petroleum Engineering

Tokyo, Japan

Downstream Operations Conference Speakers