19 October - 21 October 2022
Miami, Florida

Argus Fuel Oil and Alternative Marine Fuels US Summit

Bringing together America’s fuel oil and alternative marine fuels markets for insight on the future of fueling the bunker industry

After a couple of years apart, we are excited to reunite with the fuel oil and marine fuels sector in Miami at the 2022 Argus Fuel Oil & Alternative Marine Fuels US Summit, October 19 – 21. New for the 2022 event, the Argus Fuel Oil Summit will provide you with critical insight on the future role of alternative marine fuels in the bunker industry as the sector moves full steam ahead towards decarbonization. Network back in-person with 150+ refiners, ship owners, ship charterers, fuel suppliers, fuel blenders, traders, brokers, utilities fuel buyers, analysts and financiers plus many others in Miami for the industry’s flagship event. 

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Topics on the agenda:

  • Residual fuel oil in the global market and the impact of trade relations and market conditions
  • Future supply, demand, blending and pricing dynamics 
  • Feedstocks and bottom of the barrel market developments: Carbon black, slurry oil, VGO, etc. 
  • The role of LNG, biofuels, methanol, hydrogen and ammonia in the bunker sector and the impact of the fuels on the conventional bunker market 
  • What is needed to incentivize higher usage of alternative fuels, what infrastructure needs to be developed and how are ship owners assessing their options? 
  • Refiner’s view on future opportunities in the bunker fuel market and investments 
  • The role of carbon trading and what market participants need to know 
  • Upcoming alternative fuels technology and developments  

 

 

Who will attend?

  • Fuel oil, distillate, biofuels, marine fuels traders, refiners, producers, blenders and traders
  • Alternative marine fuel producers and traders including methanol, ammonia, hydrogen, LNG and biofuels
  • Ship owners and operators 
  • Fuel infrastructure and storage companies
  • Investors and financial institutions