The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) on Tuesday (13 September) announced it is a proud supporter of the world’s largest and most influential marine fuel event, Singapore International Bunkering Conference and Exhibition (SIBCON) 2022.
Its Director, Unni Einemo, will be moderating a conference panel discussion on managing structural and market complexities in an evolving marine fuel industry, said IBIA in a social media post.
“At SIBCON you can meet members of the IBIA team and fellow IBIA members, who are ready to engage with you at our stand in the exhibition area (Stand No30),” it said.
Running every two years in Singapore, the world’s leading bunkering hub, attracts the biggest audience of any bunker conference, with more than 1,500 participants expected this year. SIBCON 2022 will run from 4-7 October.
IBIA Members are eligible for a discounted rate of SGD800 for full conference passes.
Note: Registration for SIBCON 2022 can be found here.
Photo credit: IBIA
Published: 14 September, 2022
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