In the coming months, BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst, Peter Sand, will participate in BIMCO’s very own webinar series: The Shipping Markets Checkpoint: threats and opportunities in a COVID-19 world, as well as numerous insightful virtual conferences focusing on the commercial shipping markets.
See them all here: https://www.bimco.org/events
The third webinar in the series The Shipping Market Checkpoint: threats and opportunities in a COVID-19 world, will take place on 11 November from 10:00 CET.
Mark Williams, Managing Director at Shipping Strategy, will join Sand as a guest speaker for the webinar focusing on the container market.
With carriers successfully achieving high freight rates and profitability in the first half of the year aided by large-scale capacity reductions and low bunker prices, Mark Williams and Sand will share their outlook for container shipping demand and recovery.
On 10 December from 15:00 CET, Mason Hamilton, Senior Economic and Policy Advisor of the US Department of Energy, will join Sand as guest speaker of the final webinar in The shipping market checkpoint: threats and opportunities in a COVID-19 world series, this time focusing on the oil tanker market.
Hamilton and Sand will discuss the unbalance of the oil market that causes uncertainty in the oil tanker shipping market. They will also discuss the factors influencing oil exports and imports, as well as the changes brought by the IMO 2020 sulphur regulation.
The webinars will be broadcast live on BIMCO’s YouTube channel where you will have the chance to engage with the analysts, asking whichever questions are on your mind during the Q&A session. These are the last two webinars in a series of four. The first two with guest speakers Randy Giveans from Jefferies and Paul Marsh from the Navig8 Group are already available and can be seen on BIMCO’s YouTube channel.
In addition to BIMCO’s own webinar series, Sand will share his insights as a presenter and panellist with a focus on the three main shipping markets during key industry events.
Between 3 and 5 November, Sand will join the group of BIMCO representatives at the IBIA annual Convention 2020: Going Global, where he will discuss the changing trade patterns caused by the pandemic and how this affects the shipping sectors.
On 4 November, BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst will participate as a panellist in the EMEA Shipping Market Panel at 18:20 CET, joining a debate alongside Bob Sanguinetti, Chief Executive of the UK Chamber of Shipping, Bahadir Tonguc, Managing Director at Supramar Shipping Istanbul, Burak Akartaş, Member of the Board of Directors for the Turkish Chamber of Shipping and Charlotte Bucchioni, Associate Editor of S&P Global Platts.
On 4 November Sand will be joining the Global Liner Shipping – Virtual Conference.
With carriers being in a better position to face the crisis caused by the pandemic compared to tonnage provides, Sand will host a presentation from 15:00 CET, focusing on the future of world merchandise trade amid protectionism and the trade war’s impact on the global supply chains and liner networks.
The presentation will be followed by a panel debate during which Sand, alongside James Baker, Editor for Lloyd’s List Containers, Satish Lakkaraju, Chief Commercial Officer for Agility and Alan Murphy, CEO and Partner for Sea-Intelligence, will debate the resilience of the container shipping market during the pandemic, as well as what the future may bring to container shipping after a period of stunningly high freight rates.
The first five BIMCO members to express interest in the event will have the opportunity to get free passes by contacting email@example.com.
To share his insights on the dry bulk market which is dominated by the strength of the recovery in major Chinese imports which have been strong enough to make up for lower activity in the rest of the world, Sand will be hosting a virtual presentation during the Vital Issues of Grain Carriage by Sea conference. To hear what BIMCO’s Chief Shipping Analyst has to say about the dry bulk market, attend his presentation, Chartering trends in the Mediterranean & Black Sea regions, on 6 November from 14:00 CET.
The first three BIMCO members registering with the <BIMCO> discount code will get a 50% discount on their tickets to this Odessa offline-online event.
On 25 November from 10:00 CET, Sand will share BIMCO’s views on the current state of the three main shipping markets. Analysing the developments that dominate each of the three main sectors: container shipping, dry bulk shipping and oil tanker shipping, Sand will shed light to the extent to which the shipping markets have felt the effect of the pandemic.
After discussing the resilience of container carriers, who managed to keep freight rates up during the uncertain times, an unbalanced tanker market and a dry bulk shipping sector highly driven by Chinese imports, Sand will share BIMCO’s shipping markets outlook.
Join the ‘Q4 Shipping Market Outlook webinar’ live on BIMCO’s YouTube channel.
The overall state of the industry is dominated by the impact of the pandemic. But below the headlines we have seen a lot of different developments in 2020 – What lies ahead for the shipping sector?
2020 was set to be the most challenging year yet for the world of shipping an bunkering, however when the dates were set, no one anticipated it would take place at the same time as a pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent oil price collapse is set to weigh on the global marine fuel industry for the foreseeable future, which could contract by at least 10% year on year, according to industry experts.
In this context, Sand, will participate at the Mediterranean Bunker Fuel and Shipping Virtual Conference on 26 November from 11:35 CET and share his views on the challenges ahead for the commercial shipping markets, focusing on the current developments dominating the markets and the geopolitical factors impacting the global supply chains.
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