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  • We're delighted to announce YPF as Host Partner this year
  • LARTC 2017 is taking place in Buenos Aires with YPF as Host Partner
  • The first look agenda is now out!
  • LARTC 2017 is officially supported by the Ministerio de Energía y Minería de la Nación
  • 2 new speakers from International Finance Corporation confirmed

GE Water & Process Technologies is a forward-thinking and thoughtful leader in developing the water, water recycling and reuse, wastewater treatment and process solutions for our customers need to operate more efficiently and profitably while minimizing their environmental footprint. Working with municipalities and companies in the mining, unconventional gas, oil sands, refining, power, food & beverage and pharmaceutical businesses, our goal is to help industries thrive .  Ge Water & Process  bring together experienced professionals and advanced technologies to solve the world’s most complex challenges related to water scarcity, quality, productivity, the environment and energy. As a strategic business partner, Ge Water & Process  offers the most comprehensive set of chemical and equipment solutions and services available, helping our customers manage and optimize their water resources and process challenges . Ge Water & Process  provides the advanced technologies that enable customers to leverage big data across the industrial internet to drive efficiency and promote collaboration. We are present throughout Latin America and our portfolio including solutions with chemicals , expertise and service  in water treatment, as well as   corrosion treatment  , antifouling treatment  , specific molecules scavengers and emulsion issues in the process side

For over 25 years, Crystaphase has provided reactor solutions to hundreds of refining, petrochemical, and chemical plants worldwide. Like no other company, Crystaphase understands the quantifiable variables that impede performance and has developed a systematic and replicable approach for removing those obstacles through particle filtration and poison control. The result: longer reactor cycles, higher catalyst load capacity, greater throughput, lower risk, and higher profits. The choice: crystal clear.

LARTC Call for Papers - Advisory Board meeting
Call for papers
Deadline extended to Thursday 13th April