Argus Sustainable Marine Fuels Conference

Houston, Texas, US
11-13 September 2024
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Join North America’s sustainable marine fuels market for insight on the future of fueling the shipping industry

With the implementation of EU ETS, CII rating, FuelEU maritime and other global clean fuel policy, how will it create various pathways towards a cleaner fuel adoption in the maritime sector in North America and how will increased compliance costs for North American shipowners engaging in European trade play out? 
The successful decarbonisation of the shipping sector is a story of massive deployment of renewable electricity and electrolyser technology. With the US’ several policy initiatives including the IRA supporting renewable energy production, reducing carbon emissions, advancing technology for ships and providing funding for zero-emission port equipment. Hear more about how North America is taking action to prepare for a multi-fuel future and join the marine fuels industry for insights into the competitive and progressively complex global marine fuels market in this key region.

Efforts to decarbonise will require collaboration from all key players from across the supply chain. Do not miss the chance to meet with key industry stakeholders including shipowners, charterers, technology, finance, regulators, fuel producers, port authorities, transport logistics and many more to discuss how the industry can maintain profitability whilst ensuring proper investments in green fuel production, at the scale and location needed, in concert with building infrastructure to deliver that fuel and designing and building vessels that can use green fuels.

Shipowners on the agenda this year

Tomoaki Ichida
Managing Executive Officer (Americas),
Mitsui O.S.K Lines
Colin Fleming
Senior Manager, Green & Sustainability Planning,
Ocean Network Express (ONE)
Ana Ferraz
Renewable Fuels Analyst,
Jhander Marval
Senior General Manager - Head of CPP Operations,
Santiago Yanez
Assistant Vice President, Business Development,
Tsuyoshi Ohkawa
Vice President, Business Development,
NYK Energy Transport

Other featured speakers in 2024 include:

Guido Cardullo
Head of Business Development,
Fratelli Cosulich
Katrine Stenvang
Senior Manager, Business Development,
Elizabeth Moody
Energy Seeding Manager,
Sumitomo Corporation
Lucian Go
Environmental Program Manager,
Port of Seattle
Morgan Hughes
New Energy Business Development Manager,
Woodside Energy
Galen Hon
Office of Environment & Innovation,
United States Maritime Administration (MARAD)

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Networking opportunities

Enjoy over 10 hours of dedicated networking time over the course of three days including breakfasts, extended coffee breaks, lunches, speed networking, and two evening receptions.

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Regional and international perspectives

Regional and international perspectives – gain insights into regulation and clean fuel policy, global bunker supplier perspectives, sustainable fuel production projects, sustainable certification, technological perspectives, and more.

Industry leading speakers

Hear key perspectives from fuel producers, port authorities, logistics, to shipowners on the path to decarbonize the maritime sector.

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Download the recap brochure to view the event highlights and learn more about the speakers, attendees, and sponsors who participated at the 2023 co-located Argus Methanol Forum and Argus Sustainable Marine Fuels Conference.

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