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  1. 1. 4 days 50 countries 1,600 participants WWW.SIBCONSINGAPORE.COM DRIVING TRANSFORMATION IN THE MARINE FUEL INDUSTRY SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL BUNKERING Conference and Exhibition 14-17 October 2014 Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore KEYNOTE ADDRESS KEYNOTE ADDRESS INDUSTRY ADDRESS Terence Yuen Country President BP Singapore Jeremy Nixon CEO – Global Liner Division NYK Line Chris Midgley Vice President, Oil Markets Analysis Shell International Petroleum Company ORGANISED BY: MANAGED BY: ✓ Global outlook across different fuel types ✓ Singapore’s update on standardisation and control ✓ Price outlook for different fuel grades ✓ Buyer viewpoints on quality, procurement and operations ✓ Scrubber economics and technology developments ✓ Implementation of Mass Flow Meters ✓ LNG fuel uptake ✓ New game changers for the marine fuel industry DON’T MISS
  2. 2. 1600+ participants from over 50 countries 9high-powered industry roundtables for multi sector views Exclusive insights from 50+industry Thought Leaders Networking parties and Partner programmes 9 HIGH LEVEL ROUNDTABLES 11 SIBCON Industry Leaders Forum on the impact of Sulphur caps on different fuel segments 22 Analyst Insight Panel on Marine Fuel Price Points 33 Future Trends in Fuel Quality 44 Bunker Buyers Interface on Trade, Procurement and Operations 55 Singapore Update on standardisation and control 66 ECA Compliance Roundtable 77 Technology Panel Discussion on commercial viability of scrubbers 88 LNG Thought Leaders Dialogue 99 SIBCON Roundup on game changers for Marine Fuels PRE-CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM ON 14 OCTOBER 2014 Transforming Bunker Custody Transfer in the new era of Mass Flow Metering The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) was established on 2 February 1996 with the mission to develop Singapore as a premier global hub port and international maritime centre (IMC), and to advance and safeguard Singapore’s strategic maritime interests. MPA is the driving force behind Singapore’s port and maritime development, taking on the roles of Port Authority, Port Regulator, Port Planner, IMC Champion, and National Maritime Representative. MPA partners the industry and other agencies to enhance safety, security and environmental protection in our port waters, facilitate port operations and growth, expand the cluster of maritime ancillary services, and promote maritime R&D and manpower development. IBC Asia is part of the Informa Group, the largest publicly-owned organiser of conferences, exhibitions, and training courses in the world, with an output of over 12,000 events annually. Informa publishes over 2,500 subscription-based information services including academic journals, real-time news and structured databases of commercial intelligence. Informa’s book business has more than 55,000 academic and business titles in print. ORGANISED BY: MANAGED BY: PREMIUM SPONSOR: GOLD SPONSORS: SILVER SPONSORS: BRONZE SPONSORS: SUPPORTING MEDIA PARTNERS:SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS: 2.33 billion gross tonnes (GT) arrival tonnage 1 Global Bunkering Hub Singapore retains its success in global markets! 42.7 million tonnes in bunker sales bunkerworld THE WORLD’S LARGEST BUNKERING EVENT IS BACK! SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL BUNKERING Conference and Exhibition MEET TOP SHIPOWNERS KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Jeremy Nixon Chief Executive Officer - Global Liner Division NYK Line Jason Wong Chief Procurement Officer APL Joshua Low Global Head of Trading Maersk Oil Trading Aloysius Seow Chief Operating Officer Ocean Tankers, Convenor Working Group on SS524 Captain Prodyut Banerjee Head of Global Operations BW Maritime Jens Maul Jorgensen Director Bunkers, Oldendorff Carriers, Chairman, The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Claus Kesting General Manager - Bunker Procurement J. Lauritzen Teo Choo Wee Executive Director Pacific International Lines Shaj Thayil Board of Directors, BIMCO, Global Head Technical Services APL Roger Strevens Vice President, Global Head of Environment Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Poul Woodall Director, Environment & Sustainability DFDS Shingo Kameyama Chief Engineer, Manager Shipbuilding & Engineering Team, Technical Group Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd It provides a chance to meet people from all over the world in one place and to discuss pertinent issues” Adrian Daniels, BP Marine
  3. 3. 9 Industry Roundtables 50+ expert speakers 1 International Forum 8.55 Chairman’s Opening Remarks Seah Khen Hee, Chairman - Technical Committee for Bunkering, Singapore Standards Council 9.00 Recent trends in bunker quantity disputes • Trends across global markets • Delving deeper into the reasons • Current delivery measures – what is not right? • How is industry responding? Dr R. Vis, President, Viswa Lab 9.40 Role and future of mass flow metering • Implications across the value chain – practicality, transparency and competitiveness • How will it influence price premiums? • Can it deliver? • Commercial aspects of investing and installing mass flow meters Simon Neo, Executive Director, Piroj International 10.20 Morning coffee 11.00 Overview of the Standards and Conformance Infrastructure to support the Bunkering Industry • National Standardisation Programme • National Accreditation Programme • Pattern Registration of Mass Flow Meter Steven Tan, Group Director Quality and Standards, SPRING Singapore 11.15 Proposed standard for the new application of mass flow metering in bunkering • Introduction • Need for a standard • Benefits of standard • Impact of standard on industry Seah Khen Hee, Chair, Technical Committee for Bunkering 11.30 A practical standard for mass flow metering • Structure and requirements Captain Peng Kwan Yoon,Convenor,Working Group for Mass Flow Metering 12.15 Implementing Metering in Singapore • Meter application process Kenneth Kee, Member of Technical Committee for Bunkering 12.30 Lunch 1.30 Industry experiences in installing and operating Mass Flow Meters • Collaboration required for implementation • Problems encountered and solutions • Specific lessons learnt from the current project • How has the bunkering operation improved? Ronald Wong, General Manager, Stellar Shipmanagement Services 2.40 Afternoon tea 3.10 Legal implications of Mass Flow Meters • How will your risk profile change? • What disputes to expect? • Contractual implications • Suggestions for suppliers, traders and owners Kelly Yap, Partner, Head of Litigation, Oon & Bazul 3.50 P&I perspective on claims management • Assessing bunker quantity claims • Calculating compensation • Mass flow meter impacts on claims • Case studies Mike Hammond, Regional Claims Executive, the Shipowners’ Club 4.30 Close of proceedings TRANSFORMING BUNKER CUSTODY TRANSFER IN THE NEW ERA OF MASS FLOW METERING 14 October 2014 PRE - CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM THE WORLD’S LARG Topics were focusing on the latest issues.” Toshiya Hayashi, EMG Marketing Godo Kaisha, Japan REGISTER TODAY! TEL: +65 6508 2401 EMAIL: REGISTER@IBCASIA.COM.SG WEB: WWW.SIBCONSINGAPORE.COM SUPPLIERS, TRADERS AND EXPERTS Industry Address: Chris Midgley Vice President, Oil Markets Analysis, Shell International Petroleum Company Venina Velosa da Fonseca Managing Director Petrobras Singapore Jim Pedersen Chief Executive Officer OW Bunker Henrik Zederkof Chief Executive Officer Dan Bunkering Johnny Tan Director Golden Island Diesel Oil Trading Dr Janet Kong Head of Market Analysis, Integrated Supply & Trading BP Singapore S Thangapandian Executive Director Gulf Petrochem Lim Teck Cheng Chief Executive Officer Hong Lam Marine Tom Boardley Marine Director Lloyd’s Register Group Britt Charlotte Brogaard Rojgaard Group Technical Director DNVPS As the marine fuel industry continues to evolve to meet regulatory requirements, new challenges are emerging, resulting in the need for new strategies to be developed, be it for compliance, operational efficiency or managing operational costs. Given the multitude developments in the industry, staying ahead of the game is crucial for all stakeholders in the industry. With bunker fuel prices continuing to remain high, shipowners are looking closely for ways to improve fuel efficiency. The impending global cap on sulphur limits that is targeted to be imposed in 2020 will have a direct impact on shipowners and everyone involved in the bunker supply chain. As a result, alternative fuel options such as LNG bunkers and scrubber technology are being further explored and developed. In this regard, the 18th Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) provides a platform for all in the bunkering industry to deliberate on these evolving issues, and above all, it gives a direction on the future of the bunkering industry. SIBCON 2014 promises to bring you exclusive speakers, interactive dialogues and vast networking opportunities, which are unique to the largest bunkering event at the world’s top bunkering port. As part of the SIBCON activities, the use of the Mass Flow Meter for bunker custody transfer will be discussed in depth as part of the pre-conference symposium on 14 October 2014. For the first time, SIBCON participants will also have the opportunity to visit Singapore’s first LNG terminal. This will be in addition to the opportunity to observe Singapore’s strategy on preventing and managing oil spills, during the Joint Oil Spill Exercise. I invite you to come with your teams and be part of the most influential event in the global bunkering calendar. The success of SIBCON has been well documented and I am confident that with your continued support and participation, SIBCON 2014 will be another successful run. So register early and feel free to visit www. sibconsingapore.com for regular updates on the programme, speakers and many more. See you at SIBCON 2014! Yours sincerely, Dr Parry Oei Chairman, SIBCON 2014 Steering Committee Director (Port Services) and Chief Hydrographer Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore DON’T MISS OUT! Learn about new market developments, and exchange insights with fellow industry practitioners in Singapore, home of the world’s top bunkering port.
  4. 4. 9.00 Welcome Address by Guest of Honour 9.20 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Continued evolution in Oil & Gas markets, and implications for the Marine Fuel sector Terence Yuen, Country President, BP Singapore 9.50 Opening of Exhibition 11.00 KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Sustainable Shipping – Cost or Competitive Advantage? Jeremy Nixon, Chief Executive Officer - Global Liner Division, NYK Line Marine Fuel Industry Post 2015 11.30 SIBCON Industry Leaders Forum: 2015 to 2020 – How will the Sulphur caps impact different fuel segments? • Fuel segments to watch out for • The impact of availability and price • Projecting uptake for LSFO, Distillates and LNG fuel • Ship owners perspective on factors impacting choice of fuel Moderator: Tom Boardley, Marine Director, Lloyd’s Register Group Panelists: Jim Pedersen, Chief Executive Officer, OW Bunker Venina Velosa da Fonseca, Managing Director, Petrobras Singapore Jason Wong, Chief Procurement Officer, APL Dr Janet Kong, Head of Market Analysis, Integrated Supply & Trading, BP 12.30 Lunch Price, Quality and Markets 2.00 Analyst Insight Panel: Marine Fuel Price Points - Developments in price ratios in the medium to long term • Price outlook across key bunker grades • How will prices develop in major ports • Global and regional LNG price evolution Moderator: Peter Hall, Chief Executive, The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Panelists: Christopher Vowden, Team Leader, EMEA Dirty Products, Platts John Demopoulos, New York Bureau Chief - Marine Fuels, Argus Media Colin Birch, Vice President, IHS Downstream Energy Consulting 2.40 Future Trends in Fuel Quality • Recent trends in off spec profiles • Quality for Sulphur compliance • Specific issues across key source markets • Testing and sampling challenges • What quality problems to expect in future Moderator: Britt Charlotte Brogaard Røjgaard, Group Technical Director, DNVPS Panelists: Henrik Zederkof, Chief Executive Officer, Dan Bunkering Johnny Tan, Director, Golden Island Diesel Oil Trading Captain Prodyut Banerjee, Head of Global Operations, BW Maritime 3.20 Afternoon Tea Sponsored by: United Maritime Pte Ltd 3.50 Bunker Buyers Interface: Trade, procurement and operations at the grass roots • What is the priority in current market conditions? • Supplier due diligence • Dealing with price pressures and volatility • How the BIMCO contract will add value Moderator: Grant Hunter, Chief Officer of Legal and Contractual Affairs, BIMCO Panelists: Claus Kesting, General Manager - Bunker Procurement, J. Lauritzen Jens Maul Jorgensen, Director Bunkers, Oldendorff Carriers, Chairman, The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Joshua Low, Global Head of Trading, Maersk Oil Trading Singapore Update 4.30 The Singapore Dialogue: Addressing the needs of industry through standardisation and control • MPA update on new initiatives • Standardisation work for bunkering relating to SS 600, SS 524 • Mass Flow Meters implementation Panelists: Dr Parry Oei, Director (Port Services) and Chief Hydrographer, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore Steven Tan, Group Director Quality and Standards, SPRING Singapore Dr Alam Khorshed, Vice President and Regional Manager, DNV-GL Maritime Advisory, South East Asia and Pacific, Chairman, Singapore Shipping Association Bunkering Committee, Convenor, Working Group on SS600 Aloysius Seow, Chief Operating Officer, Ocean Tankers, Convenor, Working Group on SS524 Lim Teck Cheng, Chief Executive Officer, Hong Lam Marine Teo Choo Wee, Executive Director, Pacific International Lines 5.30 Close of Day 1 followed by SIBCON Cocktails Meeting the Fuel Challenge 9.00 Industry Address: Preparing for a new era in Marine Fuels Chris Midgley, Vice President, Oil Markets Analysis, Shell International Petroleum Company 9.30 Ship Owners expectations from the Marine Fuel Industry to manage regulatory compliance • The impact on shipping of 2015 and subsequent deadlines • Fuel availability and reliability • Supporting a multi directional strategy • Collaboration for alternative fuels Shaj Thayil, Board of Directors, BIMCO, Global Head of Technical Services, APL 10.00 Morning Tea Sponsored by: United Maritime Pte Ltd 10.50 ECA Compliance Roundtable: Reducing Sulphur violations through collaboration • Current challenges in Sulphur compliance • Enforcement at PSC • Industry view on compliance requirements and audits • Evolving inspection regimes – what needs to change? • Implementing the Hong Kong ECA Moderator: Douglas Raitt, Regional Consultancy Manager, Lloyds Register Panelists: Roger Strevens, Vice President, Global Head of Environment, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Capt Robert E. Bailey, Chief, Office of Operating and Environmental Standards, U.S. Coast Guard Arthur Bowring, Managing Director, Hong Kong Shipowners Association Meindert C Vink, Senior Advisor, Netherlands Shipping Inspectorate 11.40 The increasing role of Distillates in the Marine Market • How will distillate markets evolve? • Do we need to worry about availability? • Implications of the 2020 deadline S Thangapandian, Executive Director, Gulf Petrochem Keith Forget, Group Fuel Specialist, DNVPS 12.30 Lunch 1.30 Technology Panel: Demonstrating the commercial viability of Scrubbers • The economics of HFO and Scrubbers • What to consider in scrubber retrofits • Recent applications and results • What is required to encourage uptake? Moderator: Donald Gregory, Director, Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association Panelists: Yukihisa Shibata, General Manager of Machinery Department, ClassNK Poul Woodall, Director, Environment & Sustainability, DFDS Shingo Kameyama, Chief Engineer, Manager Shipbuilding & Engineering Team, Technical Group, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd LNG Bunkering 2.10 Reviewing LNG supply for Marine markets • The global LNG position • Availability and quality of LNG as marine fuel in key regions • Key developments in supply chain infrastructure to take note of Anthony Barker, General Manager, BG Group 2.40 Afternoon Tea Sponsored by: United Maritime Pte Ltd 3.10 LNG Thought Leaders Dialogue: Creating global LNG bunkering standards • Take aways from the MPA study • Key areas of international collaboration • Developments in procedures, regulations and accreditation of operations • Timelines for future progress Moderator: Mark Bell, General Manager, Society for Gas as Marine Fuel (SGMF) Panelists: Dr Parry Oei, Director (Port Services) and Chief Hydrographer, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore Captain Robert E. Bailey, Chief, Office of Operating and Environmental Standards, U.S. Coast Guard Luc Arnouts, Chief Commercial Officer, Port of Antwerp Ankie Janssen, Senior Business Developer Gas & Power, Port of Rotterdam Edwin Lammers, Executive Commercial Manager, Port of Sohar 4.10 Driving Transformation: A SIBCON roundup on game changers for Marine Fuels This wrap up session will be hosted by members of the SIBCON 2014 Steering Committee • Recap of key discussion themes • Fuel market developments to watch out for • Short to medium term market projections Douglas Raitt, Regional Consultancy Manager, Lloyds’ Register Asia Joshua Low, Global Head of Trading, Maersk Oil Trading Goh Tiak Boon, Head of LNG New Business, Vice President, Gas Marketing, Sales & Development, Pavilion Gas 4.25 Chairman’s Closing remarks Dr Parry Oei, Chairman, SIBCON 2014 Steering Committee; Director (Port Services) and Chief Hydrographer, Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore 4.30 Close of SIBCON 2014 Day 1: 15 October 2014, Wednesday CONFERENCE PROGRAMME Day 2: 16 October 2014, Thursday 4.10 ROUNDTABLEROUNDTABLE 11.30 SIBCON Industry Leaders Forum: 2015 to 2020 – How will the Sulphur caps ROUNDTABLE 10.50 ECA Compliance Roundtable: Reducing Sulphur violations through ROUNDTABLE 3.50 ROUNDTABLEROUNDTABLE 2.00 ROUNDTABLE ROUNDTABLE 2.40 ROUNDTABLE GEST BUNKERING EVENT IS BACK! REGISTER TODAY! TEL: +65 6508 2401 EMAIL: REGISTER@IBCASIA.COM.SG WEB: WWW.SIBCONSINGAPORE.COM
  5. 5. MEET KEY PARTNERS AND DEVELOP NEW BUSINESS HOSPITALITY SUITES: United Maritime Pte Ltd PREMIUM SPONSOR: BP Marine’s commitment to our customers is a simple one: to consistently deliver quality products with outstanding levels of service throughout our network of strategically based ports. We are continuously improving our execution on the essentials that your business depends upon and providing value-added services to meet your specific needs. Our account managers are dedicated marine professionals, committed to building sustainable long-term partnerships. Supported by a wider team, with the industry knowledge and expertise to understand your specific needs, you can rely on our people. Through our continuous investment in infrastructure, upgrading of existing supply locations, investment in new key bunker fuel ports, and the extensive use of double-hulled barges, we will ensure that we meet your needs – today and in the future. We will deliver real solutions to your energy requirements, leveraging our exceptional supply and trading capabilities to create tangible benefits for our customers. In short, our goal is to be your preferred supplier in the bunker industry. www.bpmarine.com DNV Petroleum Services (DNVPS), the world leader in bunker fuel quality and quantity survey, delivers solutions that have helped ship operators achieve measurable improvements to fuel management, fuel cost and operational efficiency, crew training and compliance with marine fuel regulatory requirements. We introduced the first commercial bunker fuel testing programme for ships in 1981, and today we operate a global network of technical experts and customer service offices. With four specialist and wholly-owned fuel testing laboratories strategically located in Singapore, Rotterdam, Houston and Fujairah, and access to 160 key bunkering ports worldwide for bunker quantity surveys and round- the-clock technical assistance, DNVPS has the expertise and infrastructure to support the global shipping and bunker industry. We are committed to providing services with utmost integrity, quality and care. www.dnvps.com Having operated tankers for close to five decades, the Hin Leong Group, through its bunkering arm - Ocean Bunkering Services (Pte) Ltd, is highly experienced and skilled in carrying out all types of bunkering operations. Some of the most challenging bunkering operations involved ice class drill ships, navy vessels and oil rigs. Ocean Bunkering Services (Pte) Ltd is amongst one of the first companies to achieve the ‘Accredited Bunker Supplier’ status under the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore’s Accreditation Scheme and recognized as a dominant round-the-clock bunker supplier of quality marine fuels and lubricants in this region. Your Trusted Partner, Sharing Happiness. SK Energy, as Korea’s first and largest oil refining company, has advanced rapidly over the years to be one of the major energy providers beyond the Asia-Pacific region. To meet increasing demands for bunkering in the world, SK Energy is putting its resources into developing new markets and expanding storage and trading capacities. SK Energy continues to find innovative ways to provide better bunkering services everywhere to elevate our status and live up to the customer’s needs and expectations. Emerson Process Management provided the first MPA approved mass flow meter in the port of Singapore and has the largest number of mass flow meters installed in bunkering applications. Accurate measurement of heavy fuel oil can save you thousands in operating expense and ensure accurate billing. Our Certified Marine Bunker Measurement Solution delivers traceable, direct mass-based measurement of heavy fuel oil to eliminate uncertainty and disputes. You can rely on Micro Motion Coriolis mass flow and density measurement devices to provide the control you need for the results you want. GOLD SPONSORS: Brightoil Group is one of the largest privately owned petroleum enterprise in China. The Company was established in 1992 and was the second largest fuel oil importer in 2009. It is only non-state owned licensee eligible to provide bunkering services in China. Brightoil Group currently has interest in sales, storage of oil and petrochemical, terminal loading/unloading, marine bunkering, land & marine transportation, petroleum exploration and gas station. With its fully integrated up and down stream businesses and a complete supply chain network, it provides strong support to its customers and partners. Shell Trading & Supply Marine Fuels Shell has decades of experience in the marine fuel market, with a supply network that covers many of the key bunkering locations in the world. As one of the world’s largest producers, refiners and shippers of crude oil and oil products, Shell applies the highest standards of safety and operational integrity across the full range of its operations. Our account managers are connected to operations globally and will ensure fast and accurate responses to your bunker enquiries. OW Bunker is a leading global independent marine fuel (bunker) company founded in Denmark in 1980. The company has operations in 29 countries spanning Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Americas, covering the world’s busiest ports, including Singapore. With a global market share of around 7%, OW Bunker is one of the world’s largest independent bunker logistics companies. Through its integrated business model, OW Bunker is both a physical distributor and a reseller of marine fuel. OW Bunker’s physical distribution operations cover most of the marine fuel value chain and are designed to help customers maximise efficiencies and manage costs by providing complete end-to-end bunkering solutions. Its global fleet of around 30 state-of-the-art bunker vessels delivers high quality pre-tested fuel products when and where customers need them. OW Bunker’s reselling operation draws upon the company’s worldwide network to provide customers with real-time global market intelligence and rapid access to quality and competitively priced marine fuel. OW Bunker also provides advanced risk management services aimed at controlling costs, minimising risk and protecting customers against market fluctuations. OW Bunker is headquartered in Nørresundby, Denmark, and has over 600 employees globally. Read more on www.owbunker.com SILVER SPONSORS: Petrobras Singapore Private Limited (PSPL) is committed to be the best alternative for Petrobras Group to achieve a strong presence in Asia and surrounding regions, operating focused on profitability, self-sustainability and social responsibility. Established since 2006, PSPL trades crude oil and oil products such as Naphtha, Gasoline, Gasoil, Jet Fuel, Fuel Oil and Bunkers, as well as LPG. Being a global trading company, PSPL maximizes offshore operations with optimization of transportation logistics in all its businesses. Major trading partners of PSPL include China, India, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Arab Gulf, countries in the Middle East and Singapore. About SOHAR Port and Freezone Situated around 200 kilometres from Muscat and providing unequalled access to booming gulf economies, SOHAR is one of the world’s largest Port and Freezone developments. Equipped with deep-water jetties capable of handling the world’s largest ships and with leading global partners operating the container, dry bulk, liquid and gas terminals, the Port and Freezone has achieved unprecedented growth and witnessed investments exceeding $15 billion. The joint venture, launched in 2002 between the Port of Rotterdam and the Sultanate of Oman provides vision and expertise as well as unequalled access to booming Gulf economies and a home to leading global partners. BRONZE SPONSORS: EXHIBITORS: CORPORATE SPONSORS: REFRESHMENT SPONSOR: Shell Trading & Supply Marine Fuels The biennial SIBCON is back for its 18th run, and 2014 looks set to be bigger and better. Powered by the world’s most influential buyers, suppliers and traders, SIBCON 2014 will provide a wide range of networking opportunities alongside new market insights from experts that matter. REGISTER TODAY! TEL: +65 6508 2401 EMAIL: REGISTER@IBCASIA.COM.SG WEB: WWW.SIBCONSINGAPORE.COM 34 33 61 55 62 56 63 57 64 48 32 27 R R R 28 41 29 43 A B C D E F R Reserved Exhibition Pod Tea/Coffee Break Area “Wide coverage and networking with international audiences” Seng Eng Teoh, Mogas Flow Lab Excellent networking opportunity” Lorenzo Casarosa, DNV GL 47 42 44 To discuss tailored sponsorship and exhibition options, please contact Jonathan Kiang at +65 6508 2471 or email: Jonathan.kiang@ibcasia.com.sg Partnership and Profile- Building Opportunities
  6. 6. MORE VALUE ADD AT SIBCON 2014! AT SIBCON, MEET: NETWORKING AT SIBCON BY REGIONS: BY JOB FUNCTION: BY INDUSTRY: Singapore .....................................49% Europe............................................15% Middle East .....................................8% South Korea....................................7% South East Asia.............................5% Japan..................................................5% Hong Kong ......................................3% Eastern Europe..............................3% China..................................................2% Australia / New Zealand............2% India...................................................1% Senior Management.................39% Trading...........................................31% Sales and Marketing.................12% Business Development..............6% Operations.......................................6% Analysts...........................................2% Engineering/Technical................1% Consulting.......................................1% Research..........................................1% Survey/Testing..............................1% Bunker suppliers and traders...30% Shipowners.......................................20% Oil and Gas, Majors and NOCs..10% Ports & Terminals.............................8% Testing / Surveying..........................5% Government / Port Authority......5% Technology/Equipment.................5% Fuel additives.....................................5% LNG suppliers......................................5% LNG infrastructure /terminals.....4% Finance, Law & Insurance.............3% There were so many opportunities to learn and to meet friends, clients, customers and regulators” Trevor Harrison, IBIA Scan the QR Code to view the SIBCON 2012 video: Look for Bunkering in Asia in the social media platforms above and sign up to be involved with the online community for marine fuels. Alternatively, visit www.sibconsingapore.com and use the social media links to get connected. the SIBCON 2012 video: REGISTER TODAY! TEL: +65 6508 2401 EMAIL: REGISTER@IBCASIA.COM.SG WEB: WWW.SIBCONSINGAPORE.COM SPEED NETWORKING Make new contacts in a facilitated networking environment in the conference room THE SIBCON APP See who is attending, send and receive messages, and make appointments SIBCON COCKTAILS To be held at the conference venue immediately after close of Day 1, this is your opportunity to interface with all participants JOINT OIL SPILL EXERCISE Participants go out to sea for a half-day demonstration on preventing and managing oil spills SITE VISIT Singapore LNG Terminal - this visit to Singapore’s LNG Terminal will allow attendees to experience first-hand the operations and facilities at our nation’s first LNG Terminal, built and managed by Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd. BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! VIP LUNCH TABLES, DAY 1, 1PM (Free to attend, Places are limited and on first come first served basis) Grant Hunter Chief Officer Legal and Contractual Affairs BIMCO Henrik Zederkof Chief Executive Officer Dan Bunkering Roger Strevens Vice President, Global Head of Environment Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics TABLE O N E BEST PRAC TICE IN BUNKE R CONTRACTS TA BLE FIVE ACHIE VING HIGHER QUALITY IN BUNKERING P ROCESS TABLE THREE TABLEFOUR SHIPOWNER EXPECTATIONS PRACTICALTIPSFOR FROM BUNKER OPERATIONS ECAOPERATIONS Yukihisa Shibata General Manager of Machinery Department ClassNK Britt Charlotte Brogaard Røjgaard Group Technical Director DNVPS TABLETWO SCRUBBEREFFICIENCIES ANDPRACTICALITIES ACROSSDIFFERENT VESSELTYPES CONNECT WITH US: We get the opportunity to meet up with local and overseas participants” Jordan Lee, Siam Marine Logistics
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Company Name: Main Business/Activity: Address: Postal Code: Payment Method (Please tick:) I enclose my Cheque/Draft payable to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd I am paying by bank transfer (copy attached) Payment by Credit Card: Visa Mastercard Amex Credit Card Payments The best way to pay by credit card is through our secure on-line registration process, simply log on to the website at www.sibconsingapore.com and click “Register On-line”. If you would prefer to pay over the phone please complete the contact name and details and our Customer Services Team will call within 24 hours to take payment. As we treat your credit card information in the strictest confi dence, please do not send payment details by email. Credit card contact:: Department: Direct phone number: Email: Fee Per Delegate Early Bird Rate Register & Pay by 16 Sept 2014 Normal Rate Register & Pay after 16 Sept 2014 Group Rate (3 or more delegates) 3 Day Package (2 day Conference + 1 Pre-Conference Workshop) SGD 1,300 SGD 1,400 SGD 1,100 2 Day Package (2 day Conference Only) SGD 900 SGD 1,000 SGD 700 Joint Oil Spill Exercise** (17 October 2014 morning) Free* Free* Free* SLNG Terminal Site Tour** (17 October 2014 morning) Free* Free* Free* VIP LUNCH Tables: Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 (Priority will given on a first-come-first-served basis to registered and paid delegates only) If undelivered, please return to: 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06, Singapore 238164 Tel: +65 6508 2400 Fax: +65 6508 2407 Resorts World Convention Centre, Resorts WorldTM Sentosa, Singapore 8 Sentosa Gateway, Singapore 098269 Tel: +65 6577 8888 / +65 6577 9924 Fax: +65 6577 7770 Jovan CHAN (Mr) Assistant Manager, Event Services Email: jovan.chan@RWSentosa.com Payment must be received 10 business days prior to the event. To take advantage of discounts with an expiry cut-off date, registration and payment must be received by the cut off date. All payments should be made in Singapore dollars. Payments by S$ bank draft or cheque should be made in favour of “IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd” and mailed to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 111 Somerset Road TripleOne Somerset #10-06 Singapore 238164 Attn: The Accounts Receivable Team Payment by telegraphic transfer in S$ must be made to: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd A/CNo.: 147-059513-001 (SGD) The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited 21 Collyer Quay, HSBC Building, Singapore 049320 Bank Swift Code: HSBCSGSG Bank Code: 7232 Payment by Credit Card (AMEX, VISA or MASTERCARD). Please provide your Card Number, Name of Cardholder, Expiry Date and Signature and send it by fax to +65 6508 2407. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge. Cancellations must be received in writing at least 10 business days before the start of the event, to receive a refund less 10% processing fee per registration. The company regrets that no refund will be made available for cancellation notifications received less than 10 business days before the event. Please quote the name of the delegate, event title and invoice number on the advice when remitting payment. Bank charges are to be deducted from participating organisations own accounts. Please fax your payment details (copy of remittance advice, cheque or draft to +65 6508 2407). Attendance will only be permitted upon receipt of full payment. Participants wishing to register at the door are responsible to ensure all details are as published. IBC assumes no further liability or obligation, beyond the refund of the paid registration fee, in the event of postponement or cancellation by IBC. The personal information entered during your registration/ order, or provided by you, will be held on a database and may be shared with companies in the Informa Group in the UK and internationally. Occasionally, your details may be obtained from or shared with external companies who wish to communicate with you offers related to your business activities. If you do not wish your details to be used for this purpose, please contact our Database Department at Email: database@ibcasia.com.sg, Tel: +65 6508 2400 or Fax: +65 6508 2408. 6 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER HOTEL INFORMATION PAYMENT TERMS CANCELLATIONS / SUBSTITUTION IMPORTANT NOTE DATA PROTECTION RESERVE YOUR PLACE TODAY! (Please photocopy for additional delegates) (Please provide photocopy of front & back of your Credit Card) REGNO.200108203N REGISTER NOW: WWW.SIBCONSINGAPORE.COM • A 7% Goods & Services Tax (GST) is applicable to all Singapore-based companies for Singapore venue. • All fees stated include luncheons, refreshments and a complete set of conference documents. It does not include the cost of accommodation and travel. • Group discount scheme is applicable to delegates from the same organisation, registering for the same event at the same time. Only one discount scheme is applicable. Please keep me informed of the final programme. MAIL the attached registration form with your cheque to IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd c/o Informa Regional Business Services 111 Somerset Road, TripleOne Somerset #10-06, Singapore 238164 Customer Service Hotline +65 6508 2401 Email register@ibcasia.com.sg Fax +65 6508 2407 Web www.sibconsingapore.com P51438 / I85P5 Scan the QR Code with your smartphone and register today WEB

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