The Rice Global E & C Forum is the only organization focused solely on the discussion and study of problems and opportunities facing the contracting side of the E & C industry. The Rice Global E&C Forum (RGF) has a vision to be the premier venue for discussion of critical issues impacting the future of the global E & C industry.
The mission of the RGF Council is to accomplish its vision through collaboration with Rice University, by conducting an Annual Forum and holding monthly roundtable meetings within a neutral environment.
Join us for a Discussion – Upcoming Roundtable Meeting
Date: Friday, February 10, 2017
“The Future of Project Activity”
Despite the decrease in new downstream project announcements year-over-year, global capital expenditures are at an all-time high. This presentation will highlight current trends and construction investments in the refining, gas processing/LNG and petrochemical industries around the world. This includes a detailed breakdown of active and new project construction numbers by region, sector, and status; growing regions of activity; leaders in the industry; and the future of downstream construction activity moving forward. Mr. Nichols will provide a global overview, as well as a more detailed look at the Americas.
Speaker: Lee Nichols, Editor/Associate Publisher, Hydrocarbon Processing and Gas Processing
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