International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) on Friday (19 August) said it will be attending Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) 2022, the world’s largest and most influential marine fuel event, and will be ready to engage with the bunkering industry.
Its Director, Unni Einemo, will be moderating a conference panel discussion on managing structural and market complexities in an evolving marine fuel industry, and it will have a stand in the exhibition area (Stand No30) where attendees can meet members of the IBIA team and fellow IBIA members.
Running every two years in Singapore, the world’s leading bunkering hub, SIBCON attracts the biggest audience of any bunker conference, with more than 1,500 participants expected this year. SIBCON 2022 will run from 4 to 7 October.
As a supporting organisation of SIBCON, IBIA will also have a booth at the exhibition hall.
“Our Regional Manager for Asia, Siti Noraini Zaini, our Director Unni Einemo and members of the Regional and Global Board of Directors welcome you to visit our SIBCON booth during the three-day conference,” said IBIA.
Invitation to IBIA members for IBIA Golf Tournament 2022 – SIBCON
Date: Friday 7 October 2022
Time: 8am, followed by lunch
Capacity: max 40 golfers
Venue: Island Course at the Singapore Island Country Club (SICC), Singapore
The golf event will be part of IBIA fundraising drive where proceeds will go to a bursary to support students obtaining a degree in maritime studies.
To reserve your place before the registrations platform opens, please get in touch with Siti at [email protected]
Note: The details and programme of SIBCON 2022 can be found here.
Photo credit: IBIA
Published: 22 August, 2022
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