Asian Refining and Petrochemicals Summit 
Forging the Future of Downstream

The downstream industry has been dealt challenge after challenge in recent times, from COVID, to shipping and supply chain issues, to complex questions about how to approach and implement energy transition strategies. Demand for transportation fuels has been decimated. Policy restrictions and amendments have caused constraints. Consumer sentiment has become increasingly hostile to certain types of output. Not forgetting, competition has been fierce with new mega-refineries dominating the market.

There are a lot of questions about what and how the refining industry needs to do to achieve the numerous demands on it: how to move forward with energy transition, how to ensure margins are healthy, what to produce, and in what quantity.

Join 100+ producers, refiners, traders, and buyers who are looking to understand trends, risks, and issues within the downstream industry from those at the forefront. This event will also allow you to exclusively network, forging sustainable and lasting partnerships with your peers. After an extended time apart due to the COVID pandemic, the Asian Refining and Petrochemicals Summit will give you a great opportunity to meet the downstream industry - all within an immersive online environment! 

The Summit will ensure that you gain first-hand, valuable insights into the issues that matter for you, as well as the opportunity to devise workable solutions to put you and your business at the forefront of the market!

Register in a group of 4 or more to get your complimentary 4th ticket for every 3 tickets purchased. 
Contact us at [email protected] for more information. 



Day 1: Tuesday, March 15, 2022
  • 10:00 AM Chairperson’s welcome address
    Praveen Kumar, Senior Director, Client Development Asia Pacific, S&P Global Platts
Session 1: Global action, regional impacts

  • 10:10 AM Panel discussion: Growth momentum, inflation, debt: macro-economic impacts on the downstream • Asia's fragile economic recovery and implications for the downstream sector
    • Refinery expansions in Asia - the roadmap ahead
    • The future of refining amid changing energy landscape
    Moderated by:
    Sambit Mohanty, Editorial Lead, Asia Energy News, S&P Global Platts
    Harry Ubhi,
    Head of Business Development & OriginationEni Trading & Shipping
    Royston Huan,
    Analyst – Strategy and Market ResearchPetroChina
    Vishrut Rana,
    EconomistS&P Global Ratings
    Dr. Fairy Wang Pei,
    Head of Research and Strategy, UNIPEC
Session 2: Selecting crudes, altering product slates

  • 11:00 AM Fireside Chat: Will OPEC continue to increase output, and will this affect trade flows and crude balances? • Should OPEC+ accelerate the pace and scale of the group’s production hike? Outside of OPEC, who else could help resolve the current tight global supply condition?
    • When can we expect Iranian crude and condensate to return to the market? Will prices ease significantly if Iranian oil trades resume?
    • Crude import diversification - Asian refiners to depend heavily on Middle Eastern crude or seek a wide array of supply sources in 2022?
    Moderated by:
    Phil Vahn, Managing Editor, Asia Oil News, S&P Global Platts
    Hisashi Miyagawa,
    Manager Crude OilP66
    Zhang Jing,
    Senior Analyst – Oil MarketsUNIPEC
  • 11:30 AM Mid-morning break
Session 3: Running a refinery post-pandemic

  • 12:00 PM Panel discussion: How will electrification and decarbonization displace traditional transportation fuels and what will be the knock-on effects for refineries? • Does traditional hydrocarbons still have a spot in a world that is moving rapidly to electrification and zero-carbon targets?
    • Can oil and gas companies play a part in solving climate change in their own way?
    • As governments around the world implement their electrification and decarbonization policies, what steps or strategies can refineries take to remain competitive?
    Moderated by:
    Jon Nonis, Associate Editorial Director, S&P Global Platts
    Clarence Woo,
    Executive Director, Asian Clean Fuels Association (ACFA)
    Beni Suryadi,
    Manager - Power, Fossil Fuels, Alternative Energy and Energy Storage DepartmentASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE)
    Ashutosh Deshpande,
    Vice President & Head – Risk, Integrated Supply & TradingEssar Oil
    Mathew George,
    General Manager (Corporate Planning)Indian Oil

  • 12:50 PM Chairperson summary of morning discussions
    Praveen Kumar, Senior Director, Client Development Asia Pacific, S&P Global Platts
  • 1:00 PM Lunch break
Session 4: The decline of transportation fuels

  • 1:40 PM Chairperson’s opening remarks
    Tom Stonier, Senior Commercial Director, Oceania, S&P Global Platts
  • 2:00 PM Fireside Chat: Will petrochemicals come to the rescue as transportation fuel demand diminishes in the long run • In the short run, global oil demand continues to recover and transportation use will lead the way. In this regard, how will petrochemicals in terms of its feedstock requirements shape up the dynamic oil market in 2022 and 2023?
    • In the long-run, demand of oil products as energy fuels is likely to peak anywhere between a few years to slightly over a decade from now, will petrochemicals extend the total oil demand growth beyond that?
    • All considered, what is the trajectory of global oil demand in the short and long run?
    Moderated by:
    Dr Kang Wu, Head of Global Demand and Asia Analytics, S&P Global Platts

    Yaacob Salim,
    Head of Strategic Planning & Ventures, PETRONAS
Session 5: Measuring the carbon footprint of the refining industry

  • 2:30 PM China: The inclusion of refining and petrochemical sectors in China national compliance carbon market and the impact of carbon pricing on the world’s largest downstream refining sector
    Ivy Yin, Analyst, Energy Transition, S&P Global Platts
    Oceana Zhou, Senior AnalystS&P Global Platts
  • 3:00 PM Mid-afternoon break
  • 3:30 PM Panel discussion: Stranded asset or refinery of the future – how will refining evolve in the brave new low carbon world • Is refining already a sunset industry – where we stand after COP26, the state of investment and the future of an Asian oil refiner
    • Last refiner standing – strategies to outlast the energy transition. How winners and losers in the refining sector will emerge from the disruption
    • Decarbonization pathways – technologies and tactics to lower the carbon footprint of the refining sector. Picking from the easy options and the effective ones
    Moderated by:
    Eric Yep, Editorial Team Lead, S&P Global Platts

    Tae-Yoon Kim,
    Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency (IEA)
    Galid Lahdahda,
    Managing Director, Head of Downstream & Chemicals, Oil & Gas and Chemicals, Standard Chartered
    Dr. Adi Imsirovic,
    Senior Research FellowThe Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
  • 4:20 PM Chairperson’s afternoon summary remarks and closing statements
    Tom Stonier, Senior Commercial Director, Oceania, S&P Global Platts
Day 2: Wednesday, March 16, 2022
  • 10:00 AM Chairperson’s welcome address
    Adam Hashidy, Senior Commercial Director, S&P Global Platts
Session 6: Focusing on feedstocks

  • 10.10 AM Panel discussion: Competitiveness of feedstocks in petrochemical production: Naphtha, LPG, and crude-to-olefins • Emerging technologies, what is the state of direct Crude-to-Chemicals complex, and how does it impact you?
    • US Ethane-based crackers on the wane? Opinions?
    • Renewable petrochemical feedstock technology, what is the state of this new segment, and how long before it impacts traditional feedstock volumes (or will it have an impact?)?
    Moderated by:
    Yi-Jeng Huang,
    Analyst, Petrochemicals, S&P Global Platts
    Stephen Bowers,
    Feedstock and Petrochemical Technologies, Evonik
    Rajesh, Rawat,
    Senior Vice President, Business Head - Cracker, Reliance
Session 7: Accessing aromatics

  • 10:50 AM Panel Discussion: Asia’s additional PX/PTA capacities • China’s new PX capacities have seen a drastic cutback in PX operating rates among Asian producers in 2021-22, despite improved PX-naphtha spreads. What will happen to run rates in 2022?
    • New PTA capacity is coming online in Q1, 2022 while new PX plants are slated in Q3-4. Increasing demand is expected to support the market in H1 2022. Will China begin exporting PTA to the world?
    • Trade flows are changing as Indian and Middle Eastern producers eye new markets. As China remains the world’s largest buyer of PX; who will sell PX to China this year?
    Moderated by:
    Samar Niazi, Managing Editor, Petrochemicals, S&P Global Platts

    Sanjeev Sharma,
    Sector Head (Intermediates), Reliance
    Ganesh Gopalakrishnan,
    Global Head, Petrochemicals Trading, TotalEnergies
    Shi Fangzhou, Yisheng

  • 11:30 PM Mid-morning break
Session 8: Olefins and polyolefins

  • 12:00 PM Panel discussion: Will we see a further disconnect of virgin polymer versus recycled polymers? • Is refining already a sunset industry – where we stand after COP26, the state of investment and the future of an Asian oil refiner
    • Last refiner standing – strategies to outlast the energy transition. How winners and losers in the refining sector will emerge from the disruption
    • Decarbonization pathways – technologies and tactics to lower the carbon footprint of the refining sector. Picking from the easy options and the effective ones
    Moderated by:
    Heng Hui, Senior Editor, Petrochemicals, S&P Global Platts
    Steve Wong,
    CEO, Fukutomi Recycling & PresidentChina Sustainable Plastics Association
    Christine Halim,
    ChairIndonesia Plastic Recycling AssociationPresident & DirectorPT Bumi Indus Padma Jaya
Session 9: Shipping set to stall supply chains

  • 12:40 PM Tanker and container freight: Key market trends as the industry evolves to meet challenges head on
    Bao Ying Ng, Global Managing Editor, Containers, S&P Global Platts
    Pradeep Rajan, Senior Managing Editor, ShippingS&P Global Platts
    S&P Global Platts
  • 1:20 PM Panel discussion: Untangling the web of regulations in a sea of change • Achieving decarbonization: an uphill task
    • Diving into the right marine fuel of choice
    • Fossil fuels: can we write them write-off?
    • The next steps in the regulatory maze
    Surabhi Sahu, Senior Editor, Bunker News, S&P Global Platts
    Sarah Greenough,
    Head of Maritime Sustainability and Supply Chain Excellence, BHP
    Anoop Singh
    Head of Tanker ResearchBraemar ACM Shipbroking
    Timothy Cosulich,
    CEO Marine FuelFratelli Cosulich
    Khalid Hashim, Managing Director, Precious Shipping
  • 1:50 PM Conference closing remarks and conclusion
    Adam Hashidy, Senior Commercial Director, S&P Global Platts

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Beni Suryadi.jpg Beni Suryadi
Manager - Power, Fossil Fuels, Alternative Energy and Energy Storage Department, ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE)

Beni Suryadi is manager of the Power, Fossil Fuels, Alternative Energy and Energy Storage Department at the ASEAN Centre for Energy (ACE), an intergovernmental organisation within the ASEAN structure that represents the 10 ASEAN Member States’ interests in the energy sector. He supports ASEAN in optimising their use of conventional energy sources and alternative energy towards the energy transition to achieve the goals of energy security, accessibility, affordability and sustainability for all, under the umbrella of the ASEAN Plan of Action for Energy Cooperation (APAEC) 2016-2025, a regional blueprint on energy cooperation that was endorsed by the ASEAN Ministers on Energy Meeting.

Clarence Woo Clarence Woo
Executive Director, Asian Clean Fuels Association (ACFA)

Mr Woo is currently the Executive Director of Asian Clean Fuels Association that supports governments and encourages industries to pursue the use of cleaner fuels for a cleaner environment through the attributes of sound science, cost effectiveness and sustainability.

Sarah Greenough.jpg Sarah Greenough
Head of Maritime Sustainability and Supply Chain Excellence, BHP

Sarah Greenough is Head of Maritime Sustainability and Supply Chain Excellence at BHP, Singapore. She currently leads BHP’s maritime decarbonisation agenda with an ambitious pipeline of initiatives that focus on introducing lower carbon marine fuels, implementing on board vessel innovations and enhancing chartering choices through real time insights and analytics, to meet the organisations net zero target by 2050.

Anoop Singh.jpg Anoop Singh
Head of Tanker Research, Braemar ACM Shipbroking

Anoop Singh is the head of tanker research for Braemar ACM Shipbroking. Braemar ACM research is a market-leading provider of business intelligence to the shipping and ship finance industries. He is responsible for global tanker modelling, forecasting and bespoke research and consultancy work.

Steve Wong (resized).png Steve Wong
CEO, Fukutomi Recycling & President, China Sustainable Plastics Association

After finishing his education in the UK, Dr. Wong commenced the plastic recycling business and became the founder and CEO of Fukutomi, established in 1984. Fukutomi operates in a global market alongside its well-established networks and associates/affiliates/business partners worldwide.

Harry Ubhi.jpg Harry Ubhi
Head of Business Development & Origination, Eni Trading & Shipping

Harry Ubhi leads Origination and Business Development for Eni Trade & Biofuels (ETB) in Asia Pacific. ETB is the sole entity responsible for the international trading of crude oil, petroleum products, bio-fuels and related financial derivatives for the Eni group. Harry is an experienced oil and energy industry professional with deep business knowledge and extensive commercial expertise developed through diverse senior business roles globally across Origination, Business Development, Trading, Supply, Strategy, Sales & Marketing.

Ashutosh S Deshpande.jpg Ashutosh Deshpande
Vice President & Head – Risk, Integrated Supply & Trading, Essar Oil

Ashutosh works at Essar as Vice President and is responsible for managing commodity risks for Essar’s Stanlow refinery in the UK. He has more than 22 years of experience in trading physical and paper energy markets covering traditional Crude Oil, Petroleum products, Freight, Coal, LNG, as well as, new age Petrochemicals , Biofuels, Renewable Transport Fuel Certificates and Carbon markets.

Stephen Bowers - resized.png Stephen Bowers
Feedstock and Petrochemical Technologies, Evonik

Stephen has over 43 years of experience in the oil and gas, refining and petrochemical business in a number of roles. He is now working as a Feedstock and Petrochemical Technologies Manager for Evonik Performance Materials. This involves all aspects of base chemical feedstocks and technologies for the production of feedstocks, olefins and aromatics and his experience is used across the company.

Tim Cosulich.jpg Timothy Cosulich
CEO Marine Fuel, Fratelli Cosulich

Timothy worked as a Strategy Manager at PwC in London and Madrid and was the General Manager at AP Moller Maersk terminal business in the Netherlands. Since 2010 he is the CEO of his family business, Fratelli Cosulich. Fratelli Cosulich is a diversified multinational Group, fully owned by the Cosulich family, now at its 7th generation. The Group started in 1857 as a shipowner and today operates out of 34 countries with revenues in excess of USD 1.5bn per year and over 2,000 employees. Main activities include ship agency, marine fuel trading and physical supply, manning, catering, yacht services, freight-forwarding.

Tae-Yoon Kim
Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency (IEA)

Tae-Yoon Kim is a Senior Energy Analyst at the International Energy Agency (IEA). Working in the Energy Supply and Investment Outlooks Division, he leads IEA’s analysis on oil refining, petrochemicals and critical minerals as a main contributor to the IEA’s flagship publication, the World Energy Outlook.

Matthew George.jpgMathew George,
General Manager (Corporate Planning), Indian Oil

Mathew George is Head of Petrochemical Exports at Indian Oil Corporation in Mumbai. An Indian Oil veteran of 30 years, Mathew has held a number of key assignments at Indian Oil, including heading the polymer marketing group, heading the lubricants group at subsidiary company Lanka IOC in Colombo, and assignments spread across many locations in the lubricants and aviation departments. In the field of petrochemicals he has handled polymers, PX, PTA, benzene, LAB, glycols and butadiene business. A well-known supply chain and ERP/CRM expert and analyst, he also has core experience in ship chartering for chemicals and petroleum.

Hisashi Miyagawa
Manager Crude Oil, P66

Hisashi Miyagawa is currently the crude oil manager covering Asia as part of Phillips 66 global crude trading strategy. He has more than a decade of successful experience in the oil trading business in Singapore and Japan.

Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Royston Huan
Analyst – Strategy and Market Research, PetroChina

Royston joined PetroChina Singapore last year under Strategy and Market Research (SMR). As a group SMR strives to provide robust analytical support in order to support, influence and enhance its Business Units' key decisions. Royston joined PetroChina after 7 years in Refinitiv and 5 years of Middle Office experience in oil trading companies.

Yaacob Salim Yaacob Salim
Head of Strategic Planning & Ventures, PETRONAS

Yaacob Salim is currently the Head of Strategic Planning & Ventures for PETRONAS Chemicals Group Berhad. He has over 34 years of experience in the energy, petrochemical and chemical industries both in technical and senior management roles. Earlier in his career, he worked in the energy support industry in oilfield chemicals for the upstream industry before moving on to capital project management role.

Khalid Hashim Khalid Hashim
Managing Director, Precious Shipping , President & Director, PT Bumi Indus Padma Jaya

Khalid Moinuddin Hashim, CEO of Precious Shipping (PSL) Bangkok, is an adjunct lecturer at Singapore Management University. He comes from a family engaged in shipping/trade. His father, the late Moinuddin Hashim, was the Chairman of the Indian National Shipowners Association and his late greatgrandfather was a founding director of Scindia Steam Navigation Company.

Christine Halim Christine Halim
Chair, Indonesia Plastic Recycling Association, President & Director, PT Bumi Indus Padma Jaya

Christine Halim started with plastic waste collection from a small garage in Surabaya. From this garage, she started to learn how to export PET flakes to China and also importing polyester fabrics or known as Dacron fabrics into Indonesia. Through trading PET Flakes & finished products, she also started investing in PET recycling factory, which also produced non-woven fiber. In 20 years, the businesses have also grown into various regions in Indonesia.

Rajesh Rawat
Senior Vice President, Business Head - Cracker, Reliance

With more than 26 years of experience in Petroleum Refinery and Petrochemical industry, Rajesh has been involved in various functions in Project Design Engineering & Execution, Operations and Acquisitions. He has been with Reliance Industries for nearly 20 years initially at Jamnagar Refinery in its Fluidised Catalytic Cracker (FCC) Unit during the commissioning & operation stage. Subsequently he moved to Petrochemical Businesses in Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) and is currently heading the (Olefins) Cracker Business. He also has brief exposure to upstream energy business and execution of Merger and Acquisition deals in Oil & Gas and Mining Business in Latin America. Cracker Business involves feedstock and product optimisation across Crackers in Reliance - Naphtha, Gas & now Refinery Offgas Crackers and integrating its operation with upstream Refinery & Gas and downstream Petrochemical business. It is a key element in Reliance’s O2C Integrated Business.

Sanjeev Sharma
Sector Head (Intermediates), Reliance

Sanjeev has 30+ years of Global experience in Leadership positions across strategic business management, market development, efficient sourcing, planning & optimisation, and people development in large-sized diversified organizations. Working in important leadership positions, with globally leading companies in the petrochemical industry like Reliance Industries Ltd. and Indorama Petrochemicals, Sanjeev has immensely contributed to the growth of Polyester Chain in Southeast Asia and India.

Galid Lahdahda.jpg Galid Lahdahda
Managing Director, Head of Downstream & Chemicals, Oil & Gas and Chemicals, Standard Chartered

As part of Standard Chartered Bank Asian industry team Galid has worked on numerous transactions, supporting clients across the region. Currently Galid is globally responsible for the bank’s activities in the downstream market covering companies that operate refineries and (petro)chemical installations as well as energy distribution and energy infrastructure. In this role he provides M&A advice, structures and arranges project and acquisition financing, assists clients with capital market transactions and provides risk management solutions to the bank’s industry clients. He’s also closely involved in assisting the bank’s sector clients transition to a more sustainable and inclusive future.n

Adi Imsirovic Adi Imsirovic
Senior Research Fellow, The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies

Adi Imsirovic has over 30 years of experience in oil trading. He is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies. Previously, he held a number of senior positions, including Global Head of Oil at Gazprom Marketing & Trading, Director of Petraco and the Head of their Singapore office and The Regional Manager of Texaco Oil Trading for Asia.

Ganesh Gopalakrishnan (resized).png Ganesh Gopalakrishnan
Global Head, Petrochemicals Trading, TotalEnergies

Ganesh Gopalakrishnan is the Global Head for Petrochemicals Trading for Total and oversees teams in Singapore, Shanghai, Geneva, and Houston. He started as a Technical Service Engineer in Singapore and, after multiple roles, moved to the USA to manage Styrene and Aromatics businesses for the Americas. He later moved to Hong Kong to start up the Petrochemical marketing and trading activity for Asia in 2012. He has been with the company for 24 years and is now based in Singapore, managing the global trading activities and price risk management for Petrochemicals.

Dr Fairy Wang Pei Dr Fairy Wang Pei
Head of Research and Strategy, UNIPEC

Doctor Fairy Wang Pei is Head of Research and Strategy at Unipec, the trading arm of Sinopec. She has a wealth of experience in oil marketing, oil trading and oil industry analysis. She is also responsible for carbon trading and electricity trading in Unipec. Based at the firm’s Beijing office since 2010, Dr Fairy has been working as a senior analyst, mainly covering oil fundamentals and corporate strategy. Dr Fairy has written many professional articles — she and her team also published China’s first Petroleum Blue Book. Dr Fairy has a PhD in Economics from the Chinese Academy of Social Science in Beijing.

Zhang Jing
Senior Analyst – Oil Markets, UNIPEC

Zhang Jing is an experienced oil market fundamentals professional, with a strong specialty in the Chinese oil market. Ms Zhang has written numerous academic articles on the subject and continues to be a trusted opinion.

Platts Speakers

Adam Hashidy
Senior Commercial Director, S&P Global Platts

(CF)Ayush Verma.jpg Ayush Verma
Senior specialist – Containers, S&P Global Platts

Baoying Ng (resized).png Bao Ying Ng
Global Managing Editor, S&P Global Platts

(CF)Kang Wu (resized).jpg Dr Kang Wu
Head of Global Demand and Asia Analytics, S&P Global Platts

Eric Yep.jpg Eric Yep
Editorial Team Lead, S&P Global Platts

Heng Hui Heng Hui
Senior Editor, S&P Global Platts

Heng Hui brings twelve years of experience in reporting the petrochemical markets, and has also held posts in administration in government agencies and scientific research in the UK. She is a senior editor in the S&P Global Platts Petrochemical team in Asia reporting on polymers and monoethylene glycol

Her past work experiences included being in ICIS doing price assessments and analysis for methanol, biodiesel, POM and PBT. She has also previously also handled reporting for ethanol, paraffin wax, and helped in base oils inputs. She was also in A * STAR sorting grant applications and summarizing research proposals and in Avecia (UK) as a research scientist, focusing on optimizing final product yield, improving product purity and development of a sturdy, reproducible purification process for a yeast derived culture

Ivy Yin
Analyst, S&P Global Platts

Jonathan Nonis.JPG Jon Nonis
Associate Editorial Director, S&P Global Platts

(CF)Oceana Zhou.jpg Oceana Zhou
Senior Analyst, S&P Global Platts

Phil Vahn.png Phil Vahn
Managing Editor, Asia Oil News, S&P Global Platts

Pradeep Rajan_resized.jpg Pradeep Rajan
Senior Managing Editor, Shipping, S&P Global Platts

Praveen Kumar (resized).png Praveen Kumar
Senior Director, Client Development Asia Pacific, S&P Global Platts

sambit-mohanty.jpg Sambit Mohanty
Editorial Lead, Asia Energy News, S&P Global Platts

Samar Niazi Samar Niazi
Managing Editor, Petrochemical Markets, S&P Global Platts

Samar Niazi is the Managing Editor for aromatics with the Asia Petrochemicals team, based out of Singapore for S & P Global Platts, a leader in commodities benchmarks worldwide. She was previously handling multiple agriculture markets in Asia. She has worked at a major commodities trading firm and joined the company in October 2015 to cover the Asian biodiesel and corn markets. Samar has an MBA from the Lee Kong Chian School at the Singapore Management University and an undergraduate degree in business from IIUI, Islamabad.

Surabhi Sahu.png Surabhi Sahu
Senior Editor, Bunker News, S&P Global Platts

Tom Stonier
Senior Commercial Director, Oceania, S&P Global Platts

Huang Yi-Jeng
Analyst, Petrochemicals, S&P Global Platts

Yi-Jeng Huang is the Senior Market Development Specialist - Asia, providing market engagement and insightful content for petrochemicals and agriculture. As a pricing specialist, he covered Asia Petrochemicals for three years, with a focus on polymers and methanol. Prior to joining S&P Global Platts, he was a business analyst in the power and energy sector specializing in commodity data management. He has 8 years of experience in the commodity sector, 10 years of scientific experience and holds a M.Sc. degree in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry from Simon Fraser University, Canada.

Vishrut Rana Vishrut Rana
Economist, S&P Global Ratings




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