As the bunker and shipping sector sailed through the IMO 2020 in Jan 1, 2020, considerable effort and planning to made to ensure it was a smooth journey. While market volatility was expected, none would have predicted the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with the collapse of crude oil price.
CMT's Bunker Fuel Asia features 5 experts from Singapore/Global marine fuels in a panel discussion on Singapore bunker fuel markets, outlook amidst the disruption and moving forward.
Join us on this webinar, themed "Singapore’s Marine Fuel Market in the Post-IMO2020 & Pandemic Environment”, on 10 June 2020, at 10:00 hrs SGT, together with:
- (Moderator) Adrian Tolson, Director, BLUE Insight Lead
- Jesper Rosenkrans – Director, Global Sales & Business Development
Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions
- Yasuhito (Oliver) Imaizumi, Deputy GM, Summit Energy & Resources Pte Ltd
- Justin Tan, Category Manager, Marine Fuels and Hedging, The China Navigation Company
- John Phillips, Head – Bunker Credit Mgt, Global, GP Global Group
New dates of our Rescheduled Event
28 - 29 Sep 2020 - Hanoi, Vietnam
With over 30 years’ experience, Adrian Tolson has a detailed knowledge and insight of the marine energy supply chain, the changing dynamics of the maritime fuel and propulsion sector, and bunkering infrastructure. As well as providing commercial advisory and consulting services in the development of fuel purchasing and supply strategies, he is an established and well-known industry commentator on the future fuels sector, in particular on the impact of the 2020 global sulphur cap, and its impending convergence with shipping’s decarbonisation challenge. His experience spans leadership roles with some of the industry’s largest marine fuel suppliers, including Chemoil Energy where he was responsible for successfully driving the company through to IPO, and as Vice President and General Manager, he established OW Bunker’s physical supply operation in the US. He founded 20|20 Marine Energy in 2015.
John is a Chartered Shipbroker, sitting as a Committee member of the ICS Singapore Branch, originally from Milford Haven, Wales he cut his teeth in Port Agency and Tanker Operations way back in 1982. Later working in London, Athens and Saudi Arabia, John led teams and ran Ship Agency, brokerage and Survey businesses until returning to the UK in 1999 to undertake Studies at Plymouth University in Maritime Business with Maritime Law (BSc Hons) and Port Management (MSc) before entering Counter-Party Risk, Due Diligence and Customer Credit in 2002 with MRC/Lloyd’s List. John relocated permanently to Singapore in 2008 and he later ran Ocean Intelligence (most recently part of S&P Platts). John has headed Credit in Chemoil Group, Soyuz Bunkering Group and since late 2015 Gulf Petrochem Group (GP Global) which has over 40 bunker traders across twelve global locations. He is also a member of IBIA, IECA, the Institute of Petroleum, and the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport.