India’s Seaborne Oil, Bulk Liquids & Gas Tanker Trade Conference

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

 

India Tanker Conference the biggest event of Hinode Events and Services Pvt Ltd, and the first one on the Tanker trade is set to take off on JUNE 5 in Mumbai at the Hotel Vivanta by Taj - President, in MUMBAI. This First Annual Conference on the Outlook for India’s Seaborne Oil, Bulk Liquids and Gas Tanker Trade, will explore the current challenges and outlook for the seaborne transportation of crude oil, bulk liquids AND gas cargoes encompassing the shipment of crude oil, petroleum products, petrochemicals, liquefied gases as well as vegetable oils, etc.

Over 200 delegates are expected to attend. They will represent a wide cross section of the trade and industry including Ship owners and operators, charterers, cargo interests. oil, bulk liquids, gases, brokers, traders, agents, terminal and barge operators, financial institutions, insurance and law firms, media, national and regional authorities.


The highlights include presentations by prominent speakers such as:

Transformation of Crude and Products markets over the years by Nayan Nilkanth, Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd;

The Outlook for Oil Industry in India by Dharmesh Singh and P Harindranath, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd;

Oil & Gas Tankers Trade in India: A Charterer’s Perspective by Rajeev Kumar, Sr Ch  artering Manager, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd,

Challenges faced by new Indian Shipowners  by Varun Arya, Director,Arya Group:

Tankers - Port Interfaceby Unmesh Abhyankar, Chief Operating Officer,Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd;

Outlook for Indian Gas Tanker Trade by Capt Vivek Singh Anand, General Manager -All India Oprns, NYK Line (India) Ltd,

LNG - Powering the Future of Shipping by Sanjeev Panicker,DNV.GL;

The changing face of Indian Bunkering, by Chandan Samaiyar, Country Head – India, Glander International Bunkering DMCC;

Challenges in Bulk Liquid Chemical Transportation by Jayabrata Deb, General Manager, Stolt Tankers;

Chemical Tanker Market in Indian Context by Amit Oza, Director,Astramar Shipping & Trading Services Pvt Ltd.
  

Valedictory Presentation will be by T V Shanbhag, Ex Chief Controller of Chartering, Govt of India

Sessions Chairmen:
Sabyasachi Hajara, Dohle Danautic
Vijay Handa, Reliance Industries Ltd and
Sanjay Shesh, Accord Shipmanagement


Details can be obtained on Tel:  91 22-41235358, 91 22 9819852840, Fax:  91 22-41235358
Email: hinode.dk@gmail.com, URL: www.hespl.in
 

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