An upside for China’s marine fuel markets is around the corner, driven by not just IMOs 2020 call, but also the country’s own ECA regulations for its entire coastline from 2019. With the bonded bunker market now just under 10 million metric tonnes and a continued push to expand the industry, the market drivers are clearly taking shape.
As ship owners move into a decisive phase of fuel compliance decisions, regulation, availability, and a multitude of options are all creating. Part of China Shipping Week, which looks at the transformative developments in shipping as a whole, Marine Fuels 360 will address the uncertainty as well as opportunity for industry.
- Global trade politics, and implications for shipping
- Belt and Road updates and a forecast on shipping trade implications
- Ship owner perspectives on IMO 2020 compliance requirements
- China’s bunker market, and compliant fuel availability
- Government initiatives to spur the bunker industry
- Sulphur enforcement in China
- China refiners view on supply
- Port perspective on infrastructure capability for compliant fuel
- Ship Managers dialogue on working with a range of compliance strategies and fuel types
- The lubes market -compliance, availability and compatibility
- Evaluating criteria for alternative fuels
- The LNG fuel industry in China, local demand, infrastructure and opportunities
Part of China Shipping Week
Trade wars, Digitalisation, Sulphur 2020 and longer term GHG regulations are combining to create a varied mix of disruptive market forces in Shipping. The China Shipping Week will bring together the most pressing issues to market, for industry to debate, and capitalise on.
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26 - 27 Jun 2019
Intercontinental Shanghai Pudong
777 Zhangyang Road | Pudong New Area | 200120 Shanghai | P.R. China
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