Argus Bunker Fuels 2021: FSU and Global Markets

Vortexa Virtual conference
Vortexa Fri, 19 Feb 2021 | 11:00 - 16:00 MST (GMT+3)
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The world bunkering market faced many challenges last year.

The industry transitioned to low-sulphur fuels to meet the International Maritime organisation’s (IMO) new requirements amid the global trade cut and decreasing trade flows. And falling marine fuel demand, caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, has led to a significant market transformation in seaports.

Vortexa are excited to be partnering with Argus Media on this event. Vortexa Lead Freight Analyst, Arthur Richier, will deliver the presentation Changes in the landscape of trade flows during the first half of the day at the online conference.

In addition to Arthur's presentation, the agenda will also cover:

  • Results of introducing new IMO-2020 requirements, compliance with new legislation
  • Global bunker fuel market (Asia, northwest Europe, Mediterranean)
  • Alternative types of marine fuels. Russian LNG bunkering market formation prospects.
  • Sulphur fuel oil: Profitability, prospects for using scrubbers
  • Methods of analysing new types of fuel

Check out the agenda for the conference here.

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