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Lieven Vander Elstraeten

CEO, BERTSCHI SINGAPORE PTE LTD
Bertschi Singapore will to continue the rapid expansion of its capacity and services on Jurong Island.

Eduardo Denyer Angel

PRESIDENT, BRENNTAG LATIN AMERICA NORTH
Brenntag is growing rapidly in Mexico through aquistions and increasing market share and penetration.

Richard Pino

VICE PRESIDENT SALES AND MARKETING, LATIN AMERICA, CRODA DO BRASIL
Recent acquisitions and investments have considerably enlarged Croda's presence in Brazil both in manufacturing and in R&D with its new innovation center at Campinas.

Stefan Lepecki

CEO, BRASKEM IDESA
"We work very closely with Pemex and are very confident in their ability."

Cristhian Perez & Ralf van der Ven

VOPAK
“Typically, we see elections as times of uncertainty. However, in the coming year we do not expect a huge impact on the business environment since our business relies on short or long-term positions for basic products.”

Ricardo Diogo

DIRECTOR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT, OILTANKING MEXICO
Oiltanking plans to operate two terminals in Tuxpan on the Gulf Coast that will import fuels within 18 months.

Eugenio Gerardo Manzano Alba

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, POCHTECA
Pochteca plans to grow organically above the rate of GDP growth and through acquisitions.

José Luis Uriegas

CEO, GRUPO IDESA
Grupo Idesa has adjusted to Mexico’s energy reforms and is exploring opportunities upstream.

Edison Terra Filho

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, BRASKEM
Braskem's five year investment plan includes a new 450,000 kt/y US PP asset and a firm commitment to develop renewables.

Érica Takeda

MANAGING DIRECTOR, BRENNTAG
Brenntag in Brazil is determined to continue its expansion through acquisitions.

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