The 8th biennial Bunkering in Asia is back at possibly the most crucial juncture for industry. Whilst the recent IMO regulation was expected by most, the implications are profound. Owners still need to take longer term decisions on compliance, refiners need to project demand, and suppliers / traders will also take positions accordingly. Industry will see these decisions being made sooner rather than later.
Powerful, influential and providing high level networking opportunities, the Bunkering in Asia summit enjoys a successful track record in delivering on industry requirements.
With a focus on bunkering markets across the globe, the 8th Bunkering in Asia will answer questions on supply, pricing and availability, and how alternative fuels will impact the fuel oil bunker market. Ship owner decisions will be showcased, and refiners’ plans will be unveiled to give industry a clearer perspective on the directions markets are likely to take.
Further, with MFM in place, and EBDNs and analytics poised to disrupt the industry, how can industry be on the front foot? All this and much more at Bunkering in Asia, which will once again be part of The Bunkering Week, comprising of 3 separate conferences designed to explore disparate yet linked issues for the industry.
- 3 Co Located conferences
- Shipping markets: In-depth review on Containers, Dry Bulk and Tankers
- Ship Owner positions: On emissions compliance and technology investment
- Global Bunker Ports: Response to new legislation, regional prices and availability
- Mass Flow Meters implementation: Experiences, disputes and lessons learnt
- Technology, Informatics and EBDNs: Implications for the marine fuel sector