The date and location of the seventh annual The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference has now been confirmed. The event will take place on Wednesday 16th November 2022 and will return to the popular and iconic The Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, where it was held for a number of years pre-pandemic, building up a loyal following.The 2022 Tanker conference, which will have a packed programme of expert presentations and lively panel discussions, will have the theme of “Reshaping the Market – Tanker Shipping Post-pandemic.” This reflects the importance of recognising the significant challenges that still exist as a result of the impact of Covid and the long-lasting effects it will have on so many aspects of the tanker shipping business.
The 2022 Conference will focus on key short- and long-term commercial and technology trends in the crude, products, chemicals, and gas tanker markets. Attendees will get the chance to hear from leading figures in the tanker business presenting their assessments of the key issues. As well as topics relating to tanker ship owning and operating, the event will also look at key support sectors, such as classification, bunker supply, law, ship agency and supplies, ship technology, logistics and terminal handling and storage.
As well as being a place to get information and discuss topical concerns, the conference will once again offer an opportunity for speakers and attendees to network informally at a special evening reception afterwards.
In 2021 the Tanker Conference attracted over 250 delegates, and with pandemic restrictions now easing an even higher figure is forecast for the 2022 event. Following an established and successful formula, The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference is taking place the day after the market leading TMS Awards, to maximise attendance and ensure high profile participants.
The sixth The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference was held in November 2021 as an in-person event. The keynote speaker on this occasion was Dr Ibrahim Al Nadhairi of ASYAD Shipping & Drydocks, who highlighted the main strategic challenges confronting the tanker shipping business, including climate change.
In 2021 the Tanker Conference attracted over 250 delegates, and with pandemic restrictions now easing an even higher figure is forecast for the 2022 event. Following an established and successful formula, The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference is taking place the day after the market leading TMS Awards, to maximise attendance and ensure high profile participants.The sixth The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference was held in November 2021 as an in-person event. The keynote speaker on this occasion was Dr Ibrahim Al Nadhairi of ASYAD Shipping & Drydocks, who highlighted the main strategic challenges confronting the tanker shipping business, including climate change.
The audience also heard from many experienced and influential business leaders, including Captain Abdulkareem Al Masabi, CEO, ADNOC Logistics & Services; Mrs H.K. Joshi, Chairperson and Managing Director of the Shipping Corporation of India; Captain Saif Almheiri, Managing Director, Abu Dhabi Maritime; Shehab Al Rahma, Manager – Oil Terminals Commercial, DP World UAE; Captain Rado Antolovic, CEO, Drydocks World Dubai; Ali Shehab, Global Director of Special Projects and Services, DNV; Panos Mitrou, Global Gas Segment Manager, Lloyd’s Register; Navin Kumar, Director, Drewry Maritime Research; Andrew Baird, Partner, WFW, Ian Edwards, Area Manager, Middle East & Africa, DNV; Saleem Kadernani, Vice President, Commercial for the Middle East, South Asia & Africa Region, Inchcape Shipping Services; Chris Peters, CEO, Emirates Ship Investment Company; Jonathan Hudson, Market Leader, Tanker owners and adjacent stakeholders, Bureau Veritas; Prof Mustafa Amin Massad, Founder and President, Jordan Academy for Maritime Studies; Petros Doukas, Mayor, Sparta & Former Deputy Minister of Finance and Foreign Affairs, Greece; Jesper Kjaedegaard, Senior Advisor- Board Member, Marcura Group; Dr. June Manoharan, Director, LUKOIL Marine Lubricants; Amit Singh, Sales Director – MESA, Gulf Oil Marine Limited; Morten Langthjem, Managing Director – Dubai Glander International Bunkering; Capt. Zarir Irani, Managing Director, Constellation Marine Services; Ramee Rashid, Director, Seamaster Maritime; and Manuel Calzada, Director, International Business Development, JMP Ingenieros-Drone Hopper JV.A similarly experienced, high quality and knowledgeable panel of speakers is being assembled for the 2022 Conference, which aims build on its established track record for being the best specialist event focussing on this sector of the shipping business anywhere in the world.
Capt. Amarjit Kauchhur
Vice President, Middle East & Regional Manager
International Registries (Middle East) DMCEST
Mrs. H.K. Joshi
Chairperson and Managing Director
The Shipping Corporation of India