APLA
  • ANNUAL
  • VIRTUAL
  • 9 & 10 NOV, 2020
  • DAY 1 - MONDAY NOVEMBER 9TH

    8 AM – OPENING OF VIRTUAL PLATFORM

    10:30 AM – ENERGY AND GEOPOLITIC OUTLOOK

    11:30AM – INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS DEBATE: CURRENT AND FUTURE SITUATION OF THE INDUSTRY

    Caroline Ciuciu – CEO – EPCA

    Chet Thompson – Presidente y CEO – AFPM

    Edison Terra – Presidente – APLA

    Moderador: Lyn Tattum – IHS Markit

    3 PM – Chemicals markets heading into 2021- ICIS

    4 PM- S&P Global Platts LATAM Forum

    6 PM – VIRTUAL PLATFORM CLOSURE

  • DAY 2 - TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10TH

    8 AM – OPENING OF VIRTUAL PLATFORM

    10:00 AM – CEOS DEBATE: THE FUTURE OF PETROCHEMICALS

    Roberto Simoes – CEO – Braskem

    Pedro Manrique – Vicepresidente – Ecopetrol

    Patricio Gutierrez – Presidente – Grupo Idesa

    11:30 Energy Transition and Net-0 Carbon

    3 PM – IHS Markit: North America Light Olefins Market Outlook 4Q 2020

    6 PM – VIRTUAL PLATFORM CLOSURE

     

    The time zone expressed corresponds to UTC / GMT -3 (ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, CHILE)

Learn about the different ways to participate in the Virtual Annual Meeting and maximize your exposure to the main companies in the sector

 

Outstanding Participation

Meeting Spaces

What is the date of the virtual event?

It will be held on November 9th and 10th.

what is the timetable of the virtual event?

TIMETABLE FOR USE OF THE MEETING PLATFORM:

FROM 8 AM TO 6 PM at GMT -3.

Please validate your time slot, you can do it here https://24timezones.com/reloj_hora_exacta.php#/map

ARGENTINA / BRAZIL / CHILE: 8AM – 6PM

COLOMBIA / MEXICO / HOU: 6AM – 4PM

When can I register for the event?

From October 12th, 2020

What is the registration fee?

It is US$ 60

What options of participation exist?

You can maximize your company’s exposure by opting for a contribution level:

DIAMOND, PLATINUM, GOLD or SILVER.  CHECK THE DIFFERENCE AND CHOOSE THE BEST OPTION FOR YOUR COMPANY 

Or you can choose to reserve an exclusive meeting space for your company, being able to share presentations, images or videos with the possibility of organizing private meetings.  CHECK THE DIFFERENT OPTIONS HERE 

Do I need a specific program to participate?

Yes, the event will take place on the VIRBELA virtual platform.

We recommend that you read this useful instructional guide on how to download the program.

Download and install Virbela

Can I schedule meetings before the event start?

Yes, from October 12 the appointment tool  will be available and you can access it once you have registered for the meeting

PRIVACY POLICY

 

Asociación Petroquímica y Química Latinoamericana APLA, hereinafter the Organiser, hereby informs you of its privacy policy applied to personal data. The use of the website does not imply that the user must provide any information regarding their identity, not being able to be associated with a specific user by the company. In the event that you provide personal data, these data will be collected and used in accordance with the limitations and rights set out in the following regulation.

1. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PROCESSING OF YOUR DATA?

The company responsible for the processing of your data is:
Company name: Asociación Petroquímica y Química Latinoamericana APLA
NIF (VAT identification number in Spain): 30-60458579-8
Address: Carlos Pellegrini 1069 Piso 7 Dpto A, 1009 Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires)
Email: reunionanual@apla.lat

2. PURPOSE, LEGAL BASIS AND PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA
We will process data depending on the services or functionalities you use.
In general, these data will be, as the case may be, the following:
• Your ID data (e.g. your name, surname, language, country from which you enter our website, contact details, etc.).
• Connection data, geolocation and browsing (in case you enter our website from your mobile, for example).
Remember that, when we ask you to fill in your personal details to give you access to some functionalities, some fields will be obligatory, as they are data we need in order to attend your query or request.
Please note that if you decide not to provide us with this information, we may not be able to respond to your request.
Depending on how you use our platform, we will process your personal data for the following purposes, with their respective legal basis(Law 25,326 on the protection of personal data) that allow us to process your personal data depending on the purpose for which we process them:
I. If you subscribe or accept the sending of commercial information of interest
We will process your data on the basis of consent and express authorisation in order to be subscribed to the newsletter and commercial communications, which implies acceptance of these conditions on your part.
And how long will you process them? We will process your data until you let us know that you are no longer interested in receiving the newsletter.

II. If you participate in the event
When filling in the registration form or your business card with your details, you must bear in mind that this information may be accessible to people who attend the trade fair and who have given access to their business card. You must bear in mind as well that when you visit a virtual stand, exhibitors will be able to find out how you interact with them (visit, downloads, business card exchanges, etc.) and the exhibitor will be able to contact you with the details of your business card.
And for how long? We will process your data as long as necessary to comply with the correct provision of the service, as well as to comply with the legal obligations that may arise from it.

III. If you register as a user
We will process your data based on consent to register in the private area where you can manage your purchases and queries.
And for how long? We will process your data until you unsubscribe to our newsletter.

IV. When browsing our website
We will carry out a statistical analysis of your browsing based on the legitimate interest of the Organiser, in analysing the usability of the platform and the degree of satisfaction with the aim of improving the user’s perception when browsing our website.
And for how long will you process them? We will process your data long enough to analyse the data. Once it is finished, we will delete the data.

3. WILL WE SHARE YOUR DATA WITH THIRD PARTIES?
In order to fulfil the purposes indicated in this Privacy Policy, the clients and suppliers that contract with APLA, as well as the employees, must act in accordance with these policies and with the Personal Data Protection Law No. 25,326 and other regulations that complement or replace it in the future, likewise, APLA , its suppliers and its clients must adjust their actions to the recommendations contained in Provision 47/2018 of the AAIP for the treatment and conservation of personal data in computerized and non-computerized means, it is necessary that we give access to your personal data to third parties that support us in the services we offer and that we detail below:
The technological service providers that support the event, such as World Virtual Congress S.L. (Walcon Virtual Events) and Ingeniería Digital Oviedo S.L. (Virtway Events).
Through your business card, data will be sent to those participants in the event to which you have given access.
Your data may be transferred to companies sponsoring subsequent events organized by the data controller for the purposes of statistical analysis and participation.
If there is a link to an Extended Privacy Policy in the sixth clause of this Privacy Policy, we will also share the data with the third parties mentioned in said Extended Privacy Policy.

APLA requires those who transfer personal data to comply with adequate stabdards of confidentiality, protection and security, and especially when said third parties are in countries that do not have adequate data protection legislation in accordance with the parameters established by the authorities and regulations of Argentina.

We will not give access to your personal data to other third parties, unless there is a legal obligation to do so.
4.- INTERNATIONAL TRANSFERS
From the APLA organization, data transfers to international companies will only share or facilitate this data, with those companies that have and comply with the Personal Data protection policy and comply with our policy, in order to safeguard and protect the data provided.

5. WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS WHEN YOU PROVIDE US WITH YOUR DATA?

We undertake to protect the confidentiality of your personal data and to guarantee the exercise of your rights.
You will be able to exercise them without any cost by sending us an email to the email address listed in the Article 1 of this Privacy Policy, simply specifying the reason for your request and the right you want to exercise.
If we deem it necessary in order to identify you, we may request a copy of a document proving your identity. In particular, regardless of the purpose or legal basis on which we process your data, you have the right to:
Request access to your data.
Request that we modify the data we already have. Please note that by actively providing us with your personal data by any means, you guarantee that they are true and accurate and you agree to notify us of any changes or modifications to them.
Request that we delete your data to the extent that they are no longer necessary for the purpose for which we need to process them as we have previously informed you, or that we no longer have the legal basis to do so.
Request that we limit the processing of your data, which means that in certain cases you can request that we temporarily suspend the processing of data or to keep them beyond the time necessary when you may need it. If you have given us your consent to the processing of your data for any purpose, you also have the right to withdraw it at any time.
Moreover, when the processing of your data is based on our legitimate interest, you also have the right to disagree with the processing of your data.
Finally, we inform you of your right to lodge a complaint with the corresponding data protection authority, in particular with the Argentina Data Protection Agency.
6. CHANGES IN THE PRIVACY POLICY
We may modify the information contained in this Privacy Policy as we deem appropriate. If we do so, we will notify you by various means through the platform, or even send you an email when the changes in question are significant to your privacy, so that you can review the changes, read them and, if necessary, disagree with them or unsubscribe from any service or functionality.

7. EXTENDED PRIVACY POLICY

In addition to the five previous clauses specified in the event to which you have registered, if this sixth clause contains a link to a privacy policy of the person responsible for the treatment, this privacy policy would be extended by the conditions provided in said link. if no link appears here, there is no possible extension of this clause.

Policy and Antitrust Compliance.

The Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association (APLA) is a non-profit civil association created to promote cooperation among its Members and bring industry companies and suppliers together, addressing the sector’s problems and fostering actions that can help improve it. It is important to note that APLA Members are at all times subject to restraints imposed by applicable regulations with regards to antitrust laws, which are of public interest. The Association and all its Members are bound to comply with every obligation imposed by each country’s regulations in this respect.

 APLA developed the following guidelines in order to facilitate its Members’ compliance with antitrust regulations.

As a general rule, antitrust laws forbid competitors from exchanging commercial and strategic information, that is, from agreeing on the prices they will charge, the products they will offer, the production they will carry out, the customers they will serve, or the markets where they will compete. Therefore, there should be no discussion, agreement, or exchange of commercial and strategic information among Members at any of APLA’s meetings with respect to (a) surcharges, prices, discounts, or stipulated or projected profits; (b) particular customers or types of customers, or whether business will or will not be done with them; (c) production schedule; (d) proposed product offerings; (e) allocation of products or geographical markets; (f) refusal to do business with a customer or supplier; (g) how to deal with a competitor’s behavior in the market; (h) coordinating stances in tenders or biddings; (i) limiting investments or research; or any other matter involving a potentially anti-competitive practice; for the purpose of: (I) raising, lowering or stabilizing prices; (II) regulating production; (III) allocating markets; (IV) fostering unfair trade practices; (V) contributing to monopolization or any other dominant position; and (VI) violating antitrust regulations in any way.