Bunker and Shipping Summit 
Navigating headwinds: Sailing into a clean sustainable era

We are excited to host the Bunker & Shipping Summit in person, at Grand Hyatt Singapore, on June 15-16, 2022.
 
The Summit will be focusing on everything bunker and shipping; from outlooks, regulation deep dives, analysis of the effects of energy transition, what options we have in fueling our ships from traditional bunker fuels to alternative fuels, and more.
 
Since the implementation of IMO 2020 and the start of the pandemic, container rates have soared to unrecognizable levels, far surpassing previous all-time highs. With delays and vessel queues mounting, and a broader shift from 'just in time' shipping to 'just in case', the trailblazing container market, which is paving the way with future fuel adoption, is balanced on a knife-edge.
 
On the other hand, tanker markets are sailing into headwinds with spot freight rates plummeting to levels that barely cover operating expenses of shipowners. Although oil demand is starting to revive, the OPEC production cuts have dried up cargo volumes for the tanker market. Daunting challenges are on the way with new decarbonization regulations expected to kick in soon.
 
The bunker industry has had its own challenges as it grapples with the pandemic, with transparency, energy transition, efficiency through digitalization, and aiding shipping’s decarbonization journey being key themes in a landscape where there is intense competition and margins are being squeezed.
 
On June 15-16, the Bunker and Shipping Summit will host leading market participants in the region to discuss the top challenges and risk response strategies to help you stay at the forefront of the market.
 
Receive a complimentary ticket when you register 4 pax for the event! 
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THIS EVENT STARTS IN


    Standard Rate: $899
      
    Registration closes on:  
    June 10, 11:59 pm SGT
     
     
    Duration: Fourteen hours, 2 days
     
     

     

    Who attends?

    • Fuel buyers/end users
     Bunker suppliers
    • Shipping agents/brokers
    • Ship owner/operators
    • Charterers
    • Consultants
    • Bunker/oil traders, brokers, and analysts
    • Regulators and government officials
    • Energy trading and risk management technology (ETRM) solution providers
    • Private banks, investment banks, and financial advisors
    • Risk managers, product controllers, and finance managers


Agenda

Day 1: Wednesday, June 15, 2022
  • 08:15 AM Registration & welcome tea/coffee
  • 09:00 AM Chairperson’s welcome remarks
    Hugh Ong, Director, Client Service, Asia Pacific, S&P Global Commodity Insights
Session 1: Shipping market summary

      • 09.10 AM Opening keynote
        James Marshall, Chief Executive Officer, Berge Bulk
      • 09.30 AM Opening keynote
        François-Xavier Accard, Managing Director, CMA CGM International Shipping
      • 09:50 AM Outlook 2022: bunker and shipping forecast
        Anastasia Zania, Freight Analyst, S&P Global Commodity Insights
      • 10:20 AM Panel discussion: All hands on deck: where are we sailing to? Global shipping industry escaped the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic hit and witnessed strong earnings momentum in 2021. Container and Dry Bulk freight rates rose to multiyear highs amid the world economy emerging from a pandemic and global trade recovering strongly. Market expectations are for shipping demand to stay resilient while lower fleet growth underpins profitability across segments. The panel will explore:
        — Will 2022 be smooth sailing or are there hidden risks emerging on the horizon?
        — Amid slowing Chinese economic growth momentum, how will dry bulk and tanker shipping markets fare?
        —Will recent geopolitical events drive structural changes in trading patterns and who will fill the gap?
        —The decade of decarbonization will present opportunities and challenges, how is the industry gearing up for the energy transition?
        Moderator:
        Rahul Kapoor, Vice President, Global Head of Commodity Analytics & Research, Maritime & Trade, S&P Global Commodity Insights
        Panelist:
        Peter Lye, Head of Shipping, Anglo American
        Fergus Eley,
        Head of Enterprise, BHP
        Su Yin Anand, Head of Shipping, South 32

      • 11:05 AM Mid-morning coffee break
Session 2: Diving into energy transition

  • 11:35 AM Role of marine engines in energy transition
    Sanjay Verma, Director – Business Development, Wartsila
  • 12:05 PM Freight markets and alternative fuels
    Shriram Sivaramakrishnan, Managing Editor – Dry-Bulk, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • 12:35 PM Panel discussion: Crosswinds: carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) and the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) — EEXI, CII, the “next big thing”, is to bring transformational changes to shipping sector
    — Technological and compliant fuel challenges galore in the race to decarbonize shipping
    — EEXI, CII regulations will test commercial contractual and legal frameworks
    Moderator: 
    Pradeep Rajan, Senior Managing Editor, Shipping, S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Panelists:
    Kyriakos Mezopoulos,
    LNG Trading and Shipping, Aramco Trading
    Anoop Singh,
    Head of Tanker Research, Braemar ACM Shipbroking
    Wong Kai Cheong,
    Marine Manager, INTERTANKO

    Sanjay Verma, Director – Business Development, Wartsila
  • 1:20 PM Summary remarks & lunch break
    Hugh Ong, Director, Client Service, Asia Pacific, S&P Global Commodity Insights
Session 3: Logistics concerns

      • 02:20 PM The reality of logistics today - people, planning, and ports— What have we learnt from the early days of COVID, and what's the reality of shipping containers today?
        — Planning ahead is the key these days. What's working, what's not, what do we think will change for the better or worse?
        — The elephant in the room - ports. How are ports meeting the challenges of today?
        — How can, or how will, ports gear up to meet the challenges of tomorrow?
        Moderator:
        Bao Ying Ng, Associate Director, Global Strategic Engagement & Intelligence, Agriculture, Metals, Shipping & APAC lead, S&P Global Commodity Insights
        Panelists: 
        Eric Jin,
        Head of Investment Support, BMT Asia Pacific
        Captain Walter P. Purio, Chairman, Rise-x.io, Director, Pilbara Ports Authority
        Peter Sundara, Head of Global Ocean Freight Product for the Global Logistics Division, Visy Industries
      • 03:00 PM Fireside chat: TEUs in transit Since the implementation of IMO 2020 and the start of the pandemic, container rates have soared to unrecognizable levels, far surpassing previous all-time highs. With delays and vessel queues mounting, and a broader shift from 'just in time' shipping to 'just in case', the trailblazing container market which is paving the way with future fuel adoption, is balanced on a knife edge.
        — The container market is under considerable pressure, what do we need to do to ease some of the logistics issues?
        — How well prepared is the container freight market for the upcoming IMO regulations?
        — Will the new order book leave the container market in oversupply, and if so will rates fall back to the pre-COVID levels?
        — What are the expectations for future fuels going forward in the container space?
        George Griffiths, Managing Editor, Global Container Freight Markets, S&P Global Commodity Insights
      • 03:30 PM Shipping: Sailing on the path to success
        Interviewer:
        Shriram Sivaramakrishnan, Managing Editor – Dry-Bulk, S&P Global Commodity Insights
        Interviewee: 
        Serena Huang Xiaohui, Project Manager, Drewry
      • 04:30 PM Day one closing remarks
        Hugh Ong, Director, Client Service, Asia Pacific, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Day 2: Thursday, June 16, 2022
  • 08:15 AM Registration & welcome tea/coffee
  • 09:00 AM Chairperson’s welcome remarks
    Gauthier Mulder, Senior Commercial Director - South Asia, S&P Global Commodity Insights
Session 4: Alternative fuels

  • 09.10 AM Opening Keynote Panel: A low carbon futureModerator:
    Surabhi Sahu, Senior Editor, Bunker News, S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Panelists:
    Dr. Sanjay Kuttan, Chief Technology Officer, Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation
    Takeo Akamatsu, General Manager of Green Innovation Business Unit Plant Project, Marine & Aerospace Division, ITOCHU
    Sanjay Verma, Director – Business Development, Wartsila
  • 09:55 AM Decarbonisation in the maritime industryDr. Sanjay Kuttan, Chief Technology Officer, Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation
  • 10:20 AM LNG: A bunkering fuel in transit
    Saunak Rai, General Manager, FueLNG
  • 10:45 AM Mid-morning coffee break
Session 5: Bunker fuels

  • 11:15 AM Opening keynote: Taking stock of the bunker market
    Sheen Mao Choong, Director, Equatorial Marine Fuel
  • 11:35 AM Evolution of the Asian residual fuels market post IMO-2020Rajesh Nair, Managing Editor – Asia Residual Fuels, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • 12:00 PM Panel discussion: Navigating turbulent times in the Asian bunkering landscape
    Moderated by:
    Surabhi Sahu, Senior Editor, Bunker News, S&P Global Commodity Insights
    Panelists:
    Junya Ono, General Manager of Energy Department, Chemical Department, Hanwa Singapore
    Peter Beekhuis, Head of Trading, Asia, Middle East, Oceana, Maersk Oil

    Sonnich Thomsen, Managing Director, Sing Fuels
  • 12:45 PM Chairperson’s closing remarks & farewell
    Gauthier Mulder, Senior Commercial Director - South Asia, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • 01:00 PM Conference closing lunch

Key Numbers

14

Hours of
content

20+

Speakers

5

Sessions

5

Interactive
discussions


Speakers

Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Peter Lye
Head of Shipping, Anglo American
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.

Anoop joined Braemar ACM in 2016 and is based in Singapore. He is responsible for global tanker modelling, forecasting and bespoke research and consultancy work. He is a regular presenter at industry conferences, focusing particularly on developments in the oil and tanker sectors. Prior to joining Braemar ACM, Anoop headed the strategy development and performance management team for AET tankers.

Kyriakos Mezopoulos
LNG Trading and Shipping, Aramco Trading

Kyriakos Mezopoulos is currently LNG Trader and Charterer for Aramco Trading Singapore (ATS). Previously he has held the positions of Director LNG for shipbrokers Affinity, and before that he spent 10 years with BP in trading and shipping roles for gas and refined products. He has experience in physical and derivatives trading, spot and term vessel chartering, vessel sales and purchase, and LNG infrastructure projects. He is a member of the Baltic Asia Advisory Council, he is a holder of the Energy Risk Professional Level II certification (ERP), and he co-authored the book ‘Ship Vetting and its Application to LNG’. He holds a MSc in Manufacturing from Cranfield University (UK) and a BSc in Industrial Management and Technology from the University of Piraeus (Greece).

James Marshall (resized).jpg James Marshall,
Chief Executive Officer, Berge Bulk
Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Fergus Eley,
Head of Enterprise, BHP
Eric Jin,
Head of Investment Support, BMT Asia Pacific

Eric Jin heads BMT’s Investment Support Division for transport and infrastructure services. He used to be with the corporate centre management of Hutchison Port Holdings in Hong Kong and global management consultancy ICF. He has worked with key industry players, such as DP World and China Merchants, to develop master plans, feasibility studies and conduct market assessments, financial appraisals and commercial & technical due diligence of major transactions.

Xavier's photo (resized).png Francois-Xavier Accard,
Managing Director CMA CGM International Shipping

TBC

Sheen Mao Choong,
Director, Equatorial Marine Fuel

Choong Sheen Mao heads the commercial division of Equatorial Marine Fuel Management Services (EMF). EMF is a vertically integrated physical bunker supplier. In both 2020 and 2021, EMF was ranked by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) as the second largest bunker supplier by volume in Singapore. EMF owns and operates a fleet over 20 bunker tankers, and supplies an annual bunker volume of about 5 million tons. Sheen Mao is also spearheading EMF’s digitalisation and decarbonisation initiatives.

Sunak Rai Saunak Rai
General Manager, FueLNG

Mr. Saunak Rai is heading “FueLNG”, a Joint venture of Shell and Keppel, a company providing LNG as bunkers to customers in Singapore. Under his leadership, FUELNG successfully performed first in Asia, simultaneous cargo and ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation with CMA CGM Scandola and first in the world, LNG Bunkering to LNG fueled Newcastlemax Bulk carrier Mount Tourmaline. He also led FueLNG to win the World LNG Award 2021 for Outstanding Contribution to LNG Industry at WORLD LNG AWARD at Rome in Dec 2021.

Saunak Rai graduated with President’s Gold Medal in Nautical Science from Mumbai University and has completed his Master’s in Business Administration from Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. Mr. Saunak Rai is a licensed Master Mariner and has extensive experience working on LNG vessels, Tankers, Bulk Carriers and Container vessels. He is also a certified Chartered Ship Broker and Fellow and Executive Committee Member of the Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers. Saunak is also business Coach and Singapore Ambassador of Copenhagen Business School.

Dr Sanjayi Dr Sanjay Kuttan
Chief Technology Officer, Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation

Sanjay has held various positions in the private and public sector across his career. Prior to joining GCMD, he was the Executive Director of the Singapore Maritime Institute which is responsible for funding maritime research projects with industry and building local capabilities in the maritime sector, an appointment in 2018 after more than 2 years as a Programme Director/Senior Scientist at the Energy Research Institute at the Nanyang Technological University ([email protected]) managing the NRF funded Smart Multi Energy System project.

He is currently a council member of the Sustainable Energy Association of Singapore (2011) and a member of MTI’s Pro-Enterprise Panel (2019). In 2020, he was also appointed to the Management Committee of Ecolabs, The Centre of Innovation for Energy, Advisory Board for Qi Square and District Councilor for the Central Singapore Community Development Council.

Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Junya Ono,
General Manager of Energy Department, Chemical Department, Hanwa Singapore

Hanwa is a Japanese integrated trading house with a yearly revenue around US$20 billion and is a physical supplier in Japanese ports.

Junya Ono joined Hanwa in year 2000 and started bunker trading from 2006. He was in-charge of Korean ports 6 years also overseeing ports in Japan, Russia, China, Hong Kong and so on. From 2015, Junya was promoted Manager of Tokyo Head quarter Bunker Section.

He moved to Hanwa Singapore in 2020 and is now a General Manager of Energy Dep, Chemical Dep in Hanwa Singapore.

Junya also obtained his MBA from a Japanese University in 2015.


Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Wong Kai Cheong,
Marine Manager, INTERTANKO
Takeo Akamatsu,
General Manager of Green Innovation Business Unit Plant Project, Marine & Aerospace Division, ITOCHU

Akamatsu Takeo joined the Marine Department of ITOCHU Corporation in 1992 after university. Since then he has been working in the marine business mainly covering new building projects (including time as London representative from 2005 to 2010). In 2011, Akamatsu was assigned as Manager of Marine Section No. 3 for the investment of LNG Carriers and off-shore. In 2019, he further was assigned as Deputy General Manager mainly for the development of new businesses such as decarbonisation, and then, in 2021, assigned as Project Leader for NH3 Fuel Ship. Since April 2022 Akamatsu has taken on the new assignment of Deputy General Manager, Marine Department, ITOCHU.

Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Peter Beekhuis,
Head of Trading, Asia, Middle East, Oceana, Maersk Oil

TBC

Captain Walter P. Purio Captain Walter P. Purio
Chairman, Rise-x., Director, Pilbara Ports Authority, 

Captain Walter P. Purio is a Director of the Pilbara Port Authority in Australia and is the Managing Director of P and H Marine Australasia Pty Ltd. and currently assists resource companies, financial institutions, shipping companies and their boards and executive teams to develop maritime strategies to provide LNG and sustainable marine fuel to their regions.

He was the inaugural CEO and is a Founder, and Founding Director of the non profit LNG Marine Fuel Institute. In 2021 Captain Purio was elected Chair of the Asia Pacific committee for the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel, a non governmental organisation with consultative status to the UN’s International Maritime Organisation. He serves as the Chair of Governors for the non profit Leeuwin Ocean Adventures Foundation, which provides at sea team building, collaborative learning and personal development onboard the sail training vessel Leeuwin for the youth of Western Australia.

Anastasia Zania Anastasia Zania
Freight Analyst, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Anastasia joined S&P Global Commodity Insights in 2021 as a Freight Analyst. Prior to joining S&P Global Anastasia spent six years analysing the crude and products tanker markets as a Tanker Analyst at Howe Robinson Partners and Galbraiths.

She has also completed a number of shipping related internships ranging from chartering and operations to shipping equity analysis at Halkidon Shipping Corporation, Navios Shipmanagement and Axia Ventures Group. Anastasia holds an MSc in International Shipping and Finance from ICMA Centre, University of Reading and a BSc in Economics from the University of Sussex.

Baoying Ng (resized).png Bao Ying Ng
Associate Director, Global Strategic Engagement & Intelligence, Agriculture, Metals, Shipping & APAC lead, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Baoying Ng looks after strategic engagement and intelligence for global agriculture, metals, and shipping, and is also the APAC lead. Prior to this, she managed the global containers team. She also managed the EMEA petrochemicals team in London, and the Asia team in Singapore. Baoying has been with Platts for close to 10 years and was a broadcast journalist before that.

Gauthier Mulder Gauthier Mulder
Senior Commercial Director - South Asia, S&P Global Commodity Insights

As Senior Commercial Director - South Asia at S&P Global Commodity Insights, Gauthier is a cross-commodities market expert. He has extensive trading experience covering energy, chemicals, metals, and agriculture products. Gauthier has been successfully managing and expanding global commodity trading and commodity data sales teams for the past 15 years.

Gauthier joined SPCI, formally known as Platts, to build and grow the commercial team covering the South-Asian region. The team is based out of the company’s newly opened Mumbai office and the Singapore regional HQ. The team is responsible for driving relationships across 300+ corporates, achieving revenue targets, ensuring users’ satisfaction and improving customer’s commodity intelligence by integrating SPCI’s data across workflows.

George Griffiths SPCI (resized).jpg George Griffiths
Managing Editor, Global Container Freight Markets, S&P Global Commodity Insights

TBC

Hugh Ong Hugh Ong
Director, Client Service, Asia Pacific, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Hugh Ong is the Asia Pacific head of Client Service, responsible for S&P Global Commodity Insights Client Service function. Hugh has over 15 years of Client Service experience in Energy Commodities. Based in Singapore, Hugh leads a diverse team of Client Service Managers across 9 different APAC cities, delivering best-in-class customer experience on the platforms and services our clients subscribed to, across the APAC region.

Prior to that, Hugh spent 7 years in the Internet Technology industry in various client facing roles including presales, technology design and solution delivery for enterprise security and infrastructure solutions.

Pradeep Rajan Pradeep Rajan
Senior Managing Editor, Shipping, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Pradeep Rajan leads the team of editors based in Singapore who are responsible for S&P Global Commodity Insights coverage of the Asia Pacific shipping markets. He was the first tanker market editor to join the team, and was closely involved in the launch of the Dry Freight Wire – Platts’ first publication covering Capesize, Panamax, Supramax, Handymax and Handysize segments.

Pradeep has spoken extensively at S&P Global Commodity Insights and international oil and shipping forums and with the media. Prior to joining Platts, Pradeep worked for Singapore’s national newspaper – The Straits Times – as a financial journalist at its Money Desk. He has a Masters in journalism and mass communication from India’s University of Mysore.

Rahul Kapoor Rahul Kapoor
Vice President, Global Head of Commodity Analytics & Research, Maritime & Trade, S&P Global Commodity Insights

He leads an integrated commodity analytics product management, data science and research team. As a business head, he is responsible for driving new product growth for our analytics products Commodities at Sea and Freight Analytics. A subject matter expert in the maritime industry and financial markets, Mr. Kapoor is a thought leader with proven credentials in market analysis forecasting, shipping economics and commodity market developments.

He is a regular speaker at major conferences and client events globally, and is frequently interviewed by both print and visual media. Most recently, he was at Bloomberg Intelligence and earlier headed Drewry Financial Research Services Ltd. He has also worked as senior equities analyst at RS Platou Markets and Nomura. Mr. Kapoor holds a Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering from BITS, Pilani and a Postgraduate in Management from IMI, New Delhi, India.

Rajesh Nair (resized).jpg Rajesh Nair
Managing Editor – Asia Residual Fuels, S&P Global Commodity Insights

TBC

Surabhi Sahu Surabhi Sahu
Senior Editor, Bunker News, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Surabhi Sahu is Senior Editor, Petroleum News at S&P Global Platts and has extensive knowledge of the oil and gas industry. She has presented at several industry events and moderated at various conferences. Surabhi has completed a Masters in Econometrics from University of Delhi, India.

Sonnich Thomsen Sonnich Thomsen
Managing Director, Sing Fuels

Sonnich brings along 16 years of experience in the bunker industry. He started his career in OW Bunker in 2002 as Bunker Trainee and played an important part in the company growth, ending as Managing Director of the Singapore office. The office consisted of 70 people and was one of the biggest in the world.

Sonnich was the Head of Asia in Minerva Bunkers from 2014. In his role he was entrusted with the responsibility of conceptualizing and starting the Asia Bunker Desk, and to develop the overall direction of the Minerva organization. Sonnich brings with him vast experience in office management along with extensive bunker sales knowledge

Headshot Silhouette - Man_150x150.jpg Su Yin Anand
Head of Shipping, South 32

TBC

Peter Peter Sundara
Head of Global Ocean Freight Product for the Global Logistics Division, Visy Industries

TBC

Sanjay Verma Sanjay Verma
Director – Business Development, Wartsila

Sanjay started his shipping career in 1981 as a Marine Engineer and served on board merchant vessels for over 14 years. He later served as a ship and industrial surveyor with Lloyds Register. Sanjay has been with Wartsila for over 20 years and has held various management positions in sales and business development. He is presently stationed in Singapore.

In his role as Director – Decarbonization Solutions at Wartsila Singapore, he is responsible for Market Innovation and developing sustainable shipping solutions. Sanjay believes that the time to wait and watch the plant being destroyed is over. We have to act, become advocates and start making choices which are kinder to people and the planet.

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Singapore 228211
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