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Maritime Week Gibraltar 2019, June

In late June, Mark Waddington addressed the opening session of Maritime Week Gibraltar’s 2019 main conference, a week-long series of Government and industry events highlighting the major issues in the international shipping and maritime industries held in Gibraltar.

Mark’s presentation on Global Fuel Supply can be downloaded here: Global-Fuel-Supply-the-far-reaching-impact-of-the-sulphur-cap (click to download)

More than 200 leaders attended the Conference from all sectors of the international shipping sector, Government regulators, shipowners and operators, ship managers, charterers, bunker suppliers and traders, agents, the superyacht community, maritime lawyers, chandlers, LNG supply, storage and delivery companies, Port and port service operators, insurers and bankers, maritime training institutions, non-Government organisations and Ministerial-level VIPs.

7th European Bulk Liquid Storage Summit 2019, October

Charles Daly will be speaking at the ACIEU 7th European Bulk Liquid Storage Summit in Antwerp, taking place on 2 & 3 October 2019.

The theme of this year’s Summit is ‘Maximising Economic and Environmental Benefits in Refining and Storing’.  Charles will be speaking on ‘Analysing the impact of IMO 2020 for the storage industry’, highlighting storage needs after IMO 2020 implementation and identifying the tipping point from HSFO to alternative fuels.

The Summit will bring together leading executives and experts from Oil and Chemicals companies, port authorities, terminal operators, technology suppliers, trade and distribution companies and market analysts and consultants, to actively discuss the common challenges and opportunities that are arising within the liquid storage business.


Global Supply and Demand

The emergence of new technology as well as greater legislative emission controls
will create a very different supply and demand picture for oil and gas markets,
according to Charles Daly

Forecasts are usually wrong or lucky. Therefore, any forecasts or predictions presented here are generated from known published sources and not by the author. At the time of writing, the global oil industry is totally unable to be certain of where demand is going and how it is going to be affected by changes in technology and geopolitical events.

Read the full article by Charles Daly
Chairman of Channoil Consulting Limited