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LARTC 2021 Call For Papers

The Call for Papers process for LARTC 2021 is now open! LARTC (Latin America Refining Technology Conference) is the region’s fastest growing and number one downstream event.

All abstracts submitted will be read and considered by the key stakeholders and decision makers who are shaping the future of the LAT-AM downstream sector. The deadline to submit your papers is Monday 29th March 2021. Late submissions will not be accepted

 

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