P51534 Marine Fuels 360 China
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Marine Fuels 360 China

26 – 27 June 2019, Intercontinental Shanghai Pudong, China

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overview

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.

Furthermore, as ship owners move into a decisive phase of compliance decisions, the uncertainty surrounding fuel supply, quality and enforcement are creating challenges. How are global suppliers and owners responding, and where does China fit in? Where are the opportunities in collaborating for compliance, penetrating new markets and ensuring a sustainable strategy? China’s only such forum will bring together the right decision makers to address these issues.

A Selection of Participants Confirmed to Attend >>

Discussion topics

  • 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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agenda

8:00 am

Registration Starts & Morning Coffee

9:00 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Cichen Shen, China Editor, Llyod’s List, Hong Kong

OPENING KEYNOTE SESSIONS JOINT PLENARY SESSIONS WITH MARINE DIGITALISATION SUMMIT CHINA

GLOBAL SHIPPING MARKET OUTLOOK

9:10 am

Globalization 4.0: Leadership In The Age Of The Fourth Industrial Revolution

Danil Kerimi, Deputy Head, Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution, China, World Economic Forum, Beijing

9:40 am

What does the US-China Trade War mean for the Shipping Trade?

Cichen Shen, China Editor, Llyod’s List, Hong Kong

10:00 am

10:40 am

Morning Networking & Refreshment Break

11:10 am

Chairman Opening Remarks

Capt. Li Guanghong, Managing Director, Aoxing Ship Management (Shanghai) Ltd

CHINA’S MARINE FUEL MARKET

11:20 am

  • Bunkering infrastructure updates and positioning for future growth
  • Meeting industry needs for IMO 2020
  • Medium to long term volumes across fuel types
  • Sulphur enforcement

11:50 am

  • Overview of China’s marine fuel industry development
  • Policy and regulation enforcement
  • Future policy suggestions

12:00 pm

Networking Lunch

PROCUREMENT AND OPERATIONAL PREPAREDNESS

2:00 pm

Global and Regional Developments in LNG Bunkering Demand and Supply Market

Amy Long, Asia Team Lead, Shell Downstream LNG, Singapore

3:00 pm

  • Strategies for achieving optimal blending
  • Improving profitability through blending solutions
  • Ensuring quality and safety
  • Fuel blending in China: cost, quality and operation

3:30 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

4:00 pm

  • Procurement in two major bunkering markets
  • Understanding bunkering clauses in Charter Party – Risks exposure to Ship Owner/Operator
  • Bunker clauses in Supply Agreement– Risks to shipowner/operator
  • Price and quality risk management

Disclaimer: In the interest of competition law compliance, this session will focus on market variables that can impact prices, and will not provide price projections.

4:30 pm

  • How to design the bunkering plan
  • Additional Training to deal with Dispute and complication
  • Present STCW Training module for Crew

5:00 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Conference Day 1

Disclaimer: In the interest of competition law compliance, this session will focus on market variables that can impact prices, and will not provide price projections.

9:00 am

Chairperson’s Opening Remarks

Richard Wang, General Manager, Universal Ship Management Company Ltd, China

MARKET SPOTLIGHT

9:10 am

Innovative and Efficient Bunkering Solutions

Jérôme Leprince-Ringuet, Managing Director Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions

9:50 am

  • Taiwan and Global Sulphur Cap
  • Sulphur emission control areas (SECA) and enforcement plans
  •  Availability of compliant fuels

10:30 am

Morning networking & Refreshment Break

TECHNOLOGY ALTERNATIVES

11:30 am

Mass Flow Meter Systems for Fuel Bunkering and Consumption

Ingo Knudsen, Business Development Manager Marine Flow Solutions, Endress+ Hauser Group

12:00 pm

  • Fuel type consideration
  • Scrubber vs. alternative fuels
  • Economics of installing scrubbers for cruise operators
  • Designing Environmentally Compliant Ships for meeting Sulphur Cap and Scrubber Options

12:30 pm

Networking Lunch

1:25 pm

Chairperson’s Opening Remark

Fenglei Shi, Principal Research Analyst, Oil Markets Midstream & Downstream Insight, IHS Markit, China

1:30 pm

Ship Owner’s View on Marine Fuel Market and Compliance Options for Post IMO 2020

George Ye, General Manager, Taihua Ship Management Limited, China

2:00 pm

  • Current LNG markets, supply and pricing
  • Supply availability for China
  • Pricing updates
  • Current LNG bunker fuelled fleet orderbook

Disclaimer: In the interest of competition law compliance, this session will focus on market variables that can impact prices, and will not provide price projections.

2:30 pm

China Ship Manager’s Perspective on Working with Compliance Strategies and Various Fuel Types

Richard Wang, General Manager, Universal Ship Management Company Ltd, China

3:00 pm

Afternoon Networking & Refreshment Break

2020 & CREDIT RISK

4:00 pm

  • How will bunker fuel trade change because of IMO?
  • Understanding post 2020 credit risk
  • Are refineries making sufficient investments to supply 0.5% sulfur fuel?
  • How will IMO changes impact bunker fuel prices?

Disclaimer: In the interest of competition law compliance, this session will focus on market variables that can impact prices, and will not provide price projections.

4:30 pm

  • Credit Insurance adoption
  • New type of contract for the market
  • Increased demand for credit
  • Bunker Credit management -credit line
  • Revision of operations-Tighten credit terms due to increase in risk

5:00 pm

Chairperson’s Summary and End of Conference Day 2

Disclaimer: In the interest of competition law compliance, this session will focus on market variables that can impact prices, and will not provide price projections.

pricing

Packages Price
2 Day ConferenceUS $1099Early Bird
2 Day Conference - Shipowners - Ocean-going cargo vesselsUS $0Early Bird

Free Entry for Shipowners – Ocean-going cargo vessels.
Limited seats available. Shipowners must be the owners of ocean going cargo vessels. Maximum two passes per organization. The Organiser reserved the rights to review, accept and reject registration. Email register@ibcasia.com.sg to find out more!

Early Bird Rate: Register & Pay by 19 April 2019

GROUP SAVINGS:
Register 2 Delegates and get 1 FREE PASS
Register 3 Delegates and get 2 FREE PASSES
Register 5 Delegates and get 3 FREE PASSES
(Group rate is based on normal rate of 2-day main conference package only)

For Group Registrations of more than 3 team members:
email info@ibcasia.com.sg or call +65 6508 2477

Sponsorship

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Contact us today to find out how you can position your company as a market leader at this event, and to explore the range of branding and marketing opportunities available.

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 jonathan.kiang@ibcasia.com.sg

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speakers

Cichen Shen

China Editor, Llyod’s List, Hong Kong

Danil Kerimi

Deputy Head, Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution, China, World Economic Forum, Beijing

Zhu Xuefeng

Senior Director of Bunker Procurement VLCC Department, COSOC Shipping Energy and Transformation

Jeff Hsu

Executive Vice President & Board Director, U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation

Kenneth Lim

Chief Technology Officer, Maritime and Port Authority, Singapore

Jérôme Leprince-Ringuet

Managing Director Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions

Capt. Li Guanghong

Managing Director, Aoxing Ship Management (Shanghai) Ltd

Yu Bin

Director, Comprehensive Coordination Office, China (Zhejiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone, China

LIU Xunliang

General Manager, United Shipping Consultant (Shanghai) Ltd., China, Secretary General, The Shanghai Shipbrokers Club, China

Nigel Leong

Procurement Manager, Bunker, Trading Manager, Derivatives, The China Navigation Co. Pte

Johnny Wang

Secretary-General, Shanghai International Ship Management Association (SISMA), China

George Ye

General Manager, Taihua Ship Management Limited, China

Amy Long

Asia Team Lead, Shell Downstream LNG, Singapore

Capt. Rahul Choudhuri

Managing Director, Asia, Middle East & Africa, Veritas Petroleum Services, Singapore

Henry Shi

Fuels Technical Sales Account Manager, Infineum (Shanghai) Additives, China

Justin Tan

Procurement Manager, Bunker, Trading Manager, Derivatives, The China Navigation Co. Pte

Capt. Bhaskar Sengupta

Head of Safety and Environmental Quality, OSM Maritime Group, Singapore

Richard Wang

General Manager, Universal Ship Management Company Ltd, China

JAO Chih-Ping

Division Director of Port Affairs, Maritime and Port Bureau, MOTC

Cui Yiling

Director of Port Service Bureau, Zhejiang Zhoushan Free Trade Zone Committee, China

Ingo Knudsen

Business Development Manager Marine Flow Solutions, Endress+ Hauser Group

Yolanda Yao

Chief Naval Architect, Shanghai Shitian Cruise Shipping, China

Fenglei Shi

Principal Research Analyst, Oil Markets Midstream & Downstream Insight, IHS Markit, China

Captain Walter P. Purio

Chief Executive Officer, LNG Marine Fuel Institute, Australia

ZHENG Tianwei

Founding/Senior Partner, Weiis & CO, China

when & where

26 - 27 Jun 2019

Intercontinental Shanghai Pudong
777 Zhangyang Road | Pudong New Area | 200120 Shanghai | P.R. China
Mobile: +86 1881 6611 180 Tel: +86 21 5835 6666*3855 | Fax: + 86 5835 7777

Michelle Zhao | Assistant Director of Business Development – MICE
Email: michelle.zhao@icpudong.com | Website: www.ihg.com | www.icpudong.com

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