1. Implementing Zero Effluent discharge in Ammonium Phosphate & Chlor-Alkali
plants, Water-Tech Conference & Expo, Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt. Ltd,
Gandhinagar, Gujarat, September 26-28, 2013.
2. Strategies for sustainable development of Medium and Small Scale Enterprises,
ISSME World Conference, New Delhi, October 18-22, 2013.
3. India fertilizer situation 2013, The Sixth International «Mineral Fertilizers 2013»
Conference, Creon Energy, Moscow, September 10, 2013
4. Managing India’s nutrient demand: Outlook for a balanced import programme,
2013 Argus FMB Asia Fertilizer Conference and Exhibition , Beijing, China, April 24-
26, 2013
5. India's struggle for food security and efforts for sustainable fertilizer use:
AFA19th Annual Fertilizer Int’l Forum & Exhibition, , Savoy Sharm El-Sheikh ,
Egypt26 – 28 February 2013
6. India’s Fertilizer Market: Fertilizer Outlook and Technology Conference, The
Fertilizer Institute, Philadelphia, PA, November 13-15, 2012.
7. India's fertilizer industry: Key issues in pricing and strategy for growth:
Asian Nitrogen + Syngas 2012, CRU Events, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 9-11
October 2012.
8. Nutrient Based Subsidy: Impact on the fertilizer industry in India, 3rd GPCA
Fertilizer Convention, Dubai, 17-19 September 2012.
9. Strategies for sustainable Hydrocarbon processing, 20th Annual India Oil & Gas
Review Summit and International Exhibition (IORS 2012), Mumbai, September 6-7,
10. Environmental Sustainability & Green Technology, Acharya PC Ray Memorial
Lecture, 28th National Convention of Chemical Engineers, Institution of Engineers
(India) , Ahmadabad, 7-8, September 2012.
11. Environmental Challenges of Sustainable Development, All India Seminar organized
by the Institution of Engineers (India) Thrissur Local Center at Thejus Engg College,
Thrissur, 17-48, Aug 2012
12. The Indian Fertilizer Sector: Shifting to a Nutrient-Based Subsidy Regime; 2012
FMB Asia Fertilizer Conference & Exhibition, , Beijing, China, March 2012
13. Current Status and Strategies of Future Growth of the Indian Fertilizer Industry,
Fertilizer Outlook 2011 & Technology Conference, The Fertilizer Institute, Tampa,
Florida, US , 15-16, November 2011
14. Mega Ammonia plants: Combating corrosion: Chemical Industry Digest, Blockdale
publishing, Mumbai, India, October 2011
15. Invigorate PSEs to fight the economic slowdown: International Conference on
Globalization & Public Sector Reforms in India and China; Copenhagen Business
School, Denmark, 23-24, September 2011.
16. India’s Fertilizer industry- partnering with Arabia Gulf players: The 2nd Annual
GPCA Fertilizer Convention, Doha, Qatar, 19-21 September 2011.
17. The Indian Fertilizer Sector - Opportunities for Overseas Suppliers of Raw
Materials, Finished Fertilizers and Plant and Equipment, FMB East Europe
Fertilizer Conference & Exhibition, Odessa, Ukraine, June 2011
18. Indian Fertilizer Industry: Challenges of growth? Nitrogen + Syngas 2011, CRU ;
EVENTS International Conference & Exhibition, Düsseldorf, Germany, February 2011.
19. What are the strategies for sustainable chemical production? Hydrocarbon
Processing, Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, USA, January, 2011.
20. Global fertilizer outlook and challenges to manufacturers in India: Vision 2020:
Second India Chemical Industry Outlook, organized by Chemical Week, the Indian
Chemical Council (ICC), and Chemical Petrochemical Manufacturers Association
(CPMA), Mumbai, India, April, 2009.
21. Re-evaluate your process safety systems for hazardous material storage,
Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, USA, April, 2009.
22. Strengthen S & T Institutions for Industrial Development, Kerala Science Congress,
Kerala State Council for Science, technology and Environment, Kollam, January 2009.
23. Fuel for Change, Review of Bio-fuels for transport: Global potential and implications
for sustainable energy and agriculture, World Watch Institute, FRONTLINE, October,
24. Updates on process safety systems, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf Publishing
Company, Houston, USA, November, 2007.
25. Ammonia industry-today and tomorrow, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf Publishing
Company, Houston, USA, April, 2006.
26. Management of Hazardous Waste from Fertilizer Complex, 18th AFA International
Annual Technical Fertilizer Conference & Exhibition, Morocco July, 2005.
27. Restructuring of Public Enterprises: Where are we & Where are we going to? Pass
line, Cochin, India, July 2005.
28. Improve CO2 removal from ammonia Plants, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gulf
Publishing Company, Houston, USA, August, 2005.
29. Management of chemical disasters: The Bhopal Gas Tragedy- a review in its 20th
year, Hydrocarbon Asia, AP Energy Business Publications Pte Ltd, Singapore ,
March/April, 2005
30. Towards a greener Fertilizer Industry, Nitrogen &Methanol No 274, British Sulphur
Publishing, London, UK, March- April, 2005.
31. Hazardous Materiel storage Installations-steps to address concerns on Safety and
build public confidence, International Conference on Bhopal Tragedy and its Effects
on Process Safety, Kanpur, India, 2004
32. Shifting Paradigms of Environmental Management in the Manufacturing
Industries, World Engineers Convention, World Federation of Engineering
Organisations & UNESCO, Shanghai, China , 2004
33. Critical Issues in Material Selection for Phosphoric Acid Plants, Fertilizer
International, No 402, British Sulphur Publishing, London, UK, Sept-Oct 2004.
34. Integrating Safety and Environmental Concerns in the Development of Chemical
Processing Industries, Loss Prevention 2004, 11th International Symposium of the
European Federation of Chemical engineers, Praha, Czech Republic, 2004
35. Refinery integrated Fertilizer, Power and Petrochemicals Combine- A synergistic
option for planning facilities, Hydrocarbon Asia , Bottom Line Improvement
Conference, Singapore 2004.
36. India : Adapting to new Global Parameters, Fertilizer International, No 396, British
Sulphur Publishing, London, UK, Oct 2003.
37. Carbon Dioxide Removal Systems for Ammonia Plants- a survey, Nitrogen
&Methanol No 264, British Sulphur Publishing, London, UK, Aug 2003.
38. Future Roadmap of the Country towards the Absorption of Fruits of Scientific
Development in the long term : Role of Engineers—an India Perspective, fourth
International Seminar on ‘Economic Advancement Based on the Knowledge Society’
Institution of Engineers, Colombo, Sri Lanka, 2003.
39. Impact of WTO Agreement on Indian Chemical Industry: 17th National convention
of Chemical Engineers, Institution of Engineers (India), Cochin, 2001.
40. Indian Fertilizer Industry and the Global Economic Environment, IFDC Workshop
on ‘Globalization, privatization and Agricultural markets –Challenges and
Opportunities, International Fertilizer Development Center, Muscle Shoals, USA, 2002.
41. Environmental Biotechnology for Sustainable Chemical Processing, Country
Reports, Committee on Engineering and Environment, World Federation of Engineering
Organizations, Paris, 2002
42. Material Selection for Phosphoric Acid Plants, 17th International Annual Technical
Conference of the Arab Fertilizer Association, Amman, Jordan 2004.
43. Stress Corrosion Cracking- A Caustic Experience, Chemical Engineering, McGraw
Hill Publishers, New York, USA, Jan, 2003.
44. Chlor-Alkali Industry: Slow Revival after the Slump-The Hindu Survey of Indian
Industry, Chennai 2001.
45. Strategies for Sustainable Chemical Processing: International Seminar on ‘The
Engineer in Sustainable Social and Economic Development-Regional Contribution
towards Agenda 21, the Institution of Engineers, Sri Lanka, 2002.
46. Tackling Corrosion in Ammonia Plants-Selecting the proper Materials, Chemical
Processing published by Putman Media, USA, Dec 2001.
47. Environment Management Issues in Indian Fertilizer Plants, International Fertilizer
Industry Association Technical Conference, Chennai, India.
48. Hazard Identification and Management-an Overview, Hydrocarbon Processing,
Gulf Publishing Company, Houston, USA, July 2002.
49. Control Corrosion Factors in Ammonia and Urea Plants – Hydrocarbon Processing
– January 2001.(Invited Paper ‘Global Corrosion Meet’ organized by National
Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) International India Section Mumbai, Nov
50. HAZOPS and Effective Process Hazard Analysis that Works, International
Conference on Effective Chemical Safety and Spills Handling, Responsible Care,
Distribution and Storage: what Works (Invited Paper)- October 2000, Singapore,
51. Use Monitoring Programs to Improve Ammonia Plant Uptime – Hydrocarbon
Processing, February 2000, published by Gulf Publishing, Houston, Texas, USA.
52. Hazard Area Classification in Process Plants - National Workshop on Process Plant
Safety, National safety Council, Cochin – January 1999.
53. Refinery Option for Power Generation, IE(I) Souvenir on Infrastructural
developments, Institution of Engineers (India), Cochin, 1999
54. Technology Adaptation, National Seminar on Manufacturing Technologies for the 21st
Century and Re-organising Engineering Education, Govt Engineering College, Thrissur,
March 1999.
55. Strategies for Pollution Control in Process Industries, UGC sponsored Seminar on
Environmental Studies, St.Xavier’s College for Women, Alwaye, Cochin, 1999.
56. ISO 14000, Environmental Management Systems, Presentation at the UGC
workshop for College Teachers, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam Dec 1998
57. Hazard Management in Chemical Process Industries, FACT Techsocon National
Conference on Health, Safety & Environment, FACT Technical Society, Cochin, 1998
58. Process Plant Risk Analysis, Chemical Engineering World, Jasubhai Publishers,
Mumbai, August 1998
59. Corrosion in Ammonia and Urea Plants, Eighth Corrosion Congress of the National
Corrosion Council of India, COCHIN, 1998.
60. Corrosion in Chemical Plants, Workshop on Corrosion and its Abatement in Plants,
organised by the National Productivity Council, Cochin, 1998.
61. Safety in Handling Ammonia, Seminar organised by the Directorate of Factories and
Boilers, Govt. of Kerala, Kottayam, 1998.
62. Instrumentation and Control Systems for Process Optimization and Energy
Efficiency at National Workshop organised by the Energy Management Centre, Govt.
of Kerala, 1998.
63. Methodology for Energy Audit, Workshop for Energy Managers organised by the
UNESCAP and Energy Management Centre, Kerala 1998
64. Monitoring Ammonia Plant Operations, “Asia Nitrogen” International Conference,
British Sulphur Publishing, Kuala Lumpur, 1998.
65. Fertiliser Raw Materials – Indian Scenario, Indian Fertiliser Scene Annual, 1997
66. Environment and Development-Striking a balance, 7th Swadeshi Science Congress
organised by The Swadeshi Science Movement , at CPCRI Kasaragode, 1997.
67. Environmental Dimensions in Technical Education, Workshop on “Environmental
Education in Management Training” organised by The Institute of Human Resource
Development, Thiruvananthapuram and London Environment Center, London., 1994.
68. Vulnerability Analysis, Risk Analysis and Developing Scenarios, National Workshop
on “Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Response” organised by National Safety
Council, Mumbai at Cochin, 1993.
69. Emergency Preparedness in the fertilizer Industry, National Workshop on “Disaster
Management” organised by the Fertilizer Association of India, New Delhi at Surat,
70. Heat Recovery Systems in Ammonia Plants - Chemical Industry Digest, Blockdale
publishing, Mumbai, June 1995
71. Safety Audit for Process Plants, National Workshop organized by National Safety
Council, Mumbai at Cochin. 1994.
72. Zero Effluent approach for Fertilizer plants, National convention on “Industrial
Water Treatment and Conservation”, organized by The National Center for Technical
Development, Bombay 1993
73. Water Management at FACT-Cochin Division, All India Seminar on “Waste Management in process industries “organized, by Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (IIChE), Cochin 1992.
    Centre for Green Technology & Management (CGTM), India
  Special Secretary
  Govt of Kerala (Government Administration industry)(April 2008 - Present).
  Managing Director
    The Travancore-Cochin Chemicals Ltd.(2006 - 2008).
  Chief Superintendent of Production
  The Fertilisers And ChemicalsTravancoreLtd. (2004-2006).
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