2023 Outlooks for Container Markets and Alternative Shipping Fuels

The seasonality of markets and the paradigm shift driven by the energy transition and decarbonization policies continue to shape the shipping industry’s future direction and fuel choice.

To have a complete view of the market, you need access to reliable data, thoroughly considered insights and forecasts as well as the on-the-ground views from major market players. That's why Singapore Logistics Association is collaborating with Platts - S&P Global Commodity Insights to provide you with this unique opportunity to gain unrivalled insight into the shipping market today and bunkering evolution tomorrow. For the first time, we are also excited that the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will be joining us to share on Singapore’s 2050 blueprint for Maritime Decarbonisation!

Making Greener Waves – 2023 Outlooks for Container Markets and Alternative Shipping Fuels
Date: 16 February 2023, Thursday
Time: 2:00PM – 4:30PM SGT (GMT +8) 
Venue: Online (Complimentary)  
Registrations close on 14th February 2023. Click here to register now!

Main topics:

  • Sea of change: Return to normalcy for container shipping?

A wrap up of market trends and considerations as container freight rates return to pre-pandemic levels

  • Maritime Singapore Decarbonization Blueprint 2050: Working Towards 2050
  • Making waves in maritime future fuels – what’s making the biggest splash?

An overview of alternative shipping fuels

    • Marine fuels
    • Bunker demand outlook and analysis
    • Overview of LNG, methanol, ammonia, hydrogen, biofuels and more

Speakers:

  • Mr Eddie Lim - Executive Director, Singapore Logistics Association
  • Ms Bao Ying Ng - Associate Director, APAC Market Engagement, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Ms Ashna Mishra - Price Assessments Analyst, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Mr Ayush Verma - Senior Specialist, Price Assessments/Pricing, S&P Global Commodity Insights
  • Mr Yi Han Ng - Director of Innovation, Technology and Talent Development, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore