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Day one of the IBIA Annual Convention 2020

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Day one of the IBIA Annual Convention 2020

Welcome again at the IBIA Annual Convention 2020.
The on-demand presentations are now available in the 3D world until Friday 13th November.
The presentations are as follows:

View the on-demand presentations in your browser


Case Study of the Economic benefits of TR48 bunker mass flow metering for the Singapore bunkering industry
Presentation by Mr Lee Wai Pong – Principal, LWP.Sg Consultants

IMO 2030/2050: How is all that going to work now that we are a year closer. The case of Starbulk Carriers Corp
Presentation by Charis Plakantonaki – Chief Strategy Officer at Star Bulk Carriers Corp

Bunker Quality specific to VLSFO Stability & Compatibility
Presentation by Idris Talib –  Technical Manager Asia & Pacific, Aderco 

Methanol as a Marine Fuel Developments
Presentation by: 
Douglas Raitt – Global FOBAS Manager, Lloyd’s Register on behalf of Methanol Institute Singapore

LNG Bunkers: Latest Developments and Future Outlook
Presentation byDahlia Rifai – LNG Bunkering General Manager, TOTAL Marine Fuels Global Solutions

Out of the Woods in 2021?  Cyber-Sanctions-Credit-Quality-Standards
Presentation bySteve Simms – Principal, Simms Showers LLP


Shipping Markets: Review and Future Outlook
Presentation by: Chris To – Associate Editor, S&P Global Platts

Physical Bunker Supply Markets: Review and Future Outlook
Presentation by: Peter Zachariassen – CEO, Bunker One

IMO2020: How has the industry performed? Is it job done, or are there still challenges ahead?
Presentation by Cem Saral – CEO, Cockett Marine Oil
Presentation by Charlotte Røjgaard – Global Head of Marine Fuel Services, Bureau Veritas VeriFuel 

Bunker Quality: Review and Future Outlook
Presentation by Albert Leyson – Global Market Manager, Drew Marine USA Inc.

In his keynote speech at the opening of the convention, IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim congratulated the bunker and refining industries for their role in delivering a successful IMO 2020 transition.
“”Bunker suppliers have been at the heart of this successful transition, along with refineries; therefore I commend all involved,” he said.

Mr. Lim also said more action would be needed to speed up research and development into zero-carbon fuels, and that the IMO wanted to act as the global forum and promoter of this process.

IBIA Director Unni Einemo used her welcome address to set out some of IBIA’s work this year, including organising online meetings to discuss various subjects, taking education and training online and turning the annual forum into a global event for the first time on a custom-made conference platform.

“We have so much content for you all, and I’m sure there will be something for everyone at our convention,” Einemo said.

“We will hear about the recent past, the present and thoughts for the future.”
Meanwhile IBIA Chairman Henrik Zederkof’s welcome address took on the decarbonisation agenda, saying the COVID-19 pandemic should not be taken as an excuse for missing the IMO’s GHG targets.
“”COVID-19 is today just another part of the challenge we need to face to come to those targets,” he said.
“To find solutions, and develop the products and skills required to reach these targets, we need to partner up across companies, organisations, business areas and across segments and borders.”
We hope you have all enjoyed the first day of the convention, and will take part in the live regional and panel discussions over the next two days.

We wish you a productive Convention ahead.
We look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
The IBIA Secretariat

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