"Tanker Shipping- The Human Element" : Dr. Sanjay Bhavnani

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The 8th India Tanker Shipping & Trade Summit is only 13 days away and the early bird offer ends in 7 days.  We are pleased to announce that  Dr. Sanjay Bhavnani, one of the leading names in the Oil & Gas will be addressing the global audience at the Summit. This one-day conference has become a common platform for all the stakeholders of the Oil & Gas industry, be it a refinery, oil marketing companies, ship-owners, ship managers, shipbrokers, ship operators, oil terminals, law firms, P&I Clubs, ship agents, Merchant Navy Officers or ship suppliers to discuss the topics of common interests.

Date: 3rd February 2022 (Online)

A Brief Introduction of  Dr. Sanjay Bhavnani

Dr Sanjay Bhavnani has been associated with the marine industry for more than three decades. Prior moving to the newly formed MMS Maritime in 2001,a wholly owned subsidiary of the MEIJI Shipping Group of Japan, He worked in the head office of the Japanese shipping company. His involvement with oil tankers goes back to his sailing days where he last sailed as a Chief Engineer for several years followed by shore experience at a marine institute where he headed the entire tanker related training.

MMS Maritime is presently involved in diverse maritime activities focusing on the crewing and the training operations pertaining to its seafarers deployed on the oil, Chemical and Gas tanker vessels, operated, and in most cases, owned, by the Japanese parent company, and long term chartered to various oil majors. Sanjay’s present perspective on crewing and training is based on his close interactions had with the seafarers, the shore staff, and other industry stakeholders, over the last several years, with an attempt to align their expectations within an integrated framework.

After coming ashore, Sanjay completed a post graduate diploma in management, a Bachelor’s in law, and a Masters in Maritime Law.  He has been awarded a Doctorate in Business Management with a specialisation in Human Resources.

Introduction & Objective of TANCO 2022 :

Specialists in the maritime industry will discuss the current scenario and future trends of the Seaborne Oil, Chemicals & Gas Tanker Trade. Be a part of crucial discussions on “Overcoming The Impact of Covid-19 and Recognising Emerging Opportunities in India's Seaborne Oil, Chemicals & Gas Tanker Trade” with the most well-known and respected Industry professionals.

Global LNG trade is expected to reach 585 bcm/y by 2025, an increase of 21% compared to 2019. Emerging Asian markets remain the driving force behind the expansion of LNG imports, led by China and India, while the United States accounts for almost all of the net growth on the export side. How do we determine the extent of the damage done by Covid-19? What measures should be implemented by Governments and industries to cope with this?

Indian LPG consumption in 2020 was at 27.41 million tons, 4.3% higher than a year earlier. The nation imports most of its LPG supplies. LPG production from the refining sector in India is forecast to increase by 1.4 MMt between 2021 and 2023 – from 12.8 MMt/y to 14.3 MMt/y. What does this mean for the future of the LPG imports in India? How will it impact Indian Shipowners?

A large volume of Chemical Tankers companies felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in multiple dimensions and are now emphasizing sustained growth over the long-term future. As the global Chemical Tankers and other chemicals industries play a vital role in the economic recovery of countries, Chemical Tankers companies are likely to witness potential opportunities in the short-term period.

As of December 01, 2020, India’s oil refining capacity stood at 259.3 million metric tonnes (MMT), making it the second-largest refiner in Asia. According to IEA (India Energy Outlook 2021), primary energy demand is expected to nearly double to 1,123 million tonnes of oil equivalent. What opportunities can be expected for the maritime industry?

The above-mentioned topics are crucial to discuss and explore as an Industry. The Shipping Tribune is pleased to announce a one-day online conference on 3rd Feb 2022 to facilitate such conversations that are imperative for the growth of the Maritime Sector.

Introduction & Objective of The Summit:

Specialists in the maritime industry will discuss the current scenario and future trends of the Seaborne Oil, Chemicals & Gas Tanker Trade. Be a part of crucial discussions on “Overcoming The Impact of Covid-19 and Recognising Emerging Opportunities in India's Seaborne Oil, Chemicals & Gas Tanker Trade” with the most well-known and respected Industry professionals.

Global LNG trade is expected to reach 585 bcm/y by 2025, an increase of 21% compared to 2019. Emerging Asian markets remain the driving force behind the expansion of LNG imports, led by China and India, while the United States accounts for almost all of the net growth on the export side. How do we determine the extent of the damage done by Covid-19? What measures should be implemented by Governments and industries to cope with this?

Indian LPG consumption in 2020 was at 27.41 million tons, 4.3% higher than a year earlier. The nation imports most of its LPG supplies. LPG production from the refining sector in India is forecast to increase by 1.4 MMt between 2021 and 2023 – from 12.8 MMt/y to 14.3 MMt/y. What does this mean for the future of the LPG imports in India? How will it impact Indian Shipowners?

A large volume of Chemical Tankers companies felt the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in multiple dimensions and are now emphasizing sustained growth over the long-term future. As the global Chemical Tankers and other chemicals industries play a vital role in the economic recovery of countries, Chemical Tankers companies are likely to witness potential opportunities in the short-term period.

As of December 01, 2020, India’s oil refining capacity stood at 259.3 million metric tonnes (MMT), making it the second-largest refiner in Asia. According to IEA (India Energy Outlook 2021), primary energy demand is expected to nearly double to 1,123 million tonnes of oil equivalent. What opportunities can be expected for the maritime industry?

The above-mentioned topics are crucial to discuss and explore as an Industry. The Shipping Tribune is pleased to announce a one-day online conference on 3rd Feb 2022 to facilitate such conversations that are imperative for the growth of the Maritime Sector.

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Delegate Registrations Fees:

Delegate fee per person INR 5000/- + 18% GST till 27th January 2022. Total Amount payable INR 5,900/- per [US$ 95.00]   

From 28th January 2022, Delegate fee per person INR. 6000/- + 18% GST.  Total Amount payable INR 7,080/- per [US$ 114.00]

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