The Caribbean Journey to 2020 Compliance

The Caribbean Journey to 2020 Compliance

Quantity
2 days Conference | Early Bird until 19th July $ 775.00 Registration Closed
2 days Conference $ 900.00
Training + 2 days Conference | Early Bird until 19th July $ 975.00 Registration Closed
Training + 2 days Conference $ 1500.00
Group of 5, each | Early Bird until 19th July $ 750.00 Registration Closed
Group of 5, each $ 850.00
Quantity
2 days Conference | Early Bird until 19th July $ 1000.00 Registration Closed
2 days Conference $ 1200.00
Training + 2 days Conference | Early Bird until 19th July $ 1250.00 Registration Closed
Training + 2 days Conference $ 1500.00
Group of 5, each | Early Bird until 19th July $ 950.00 Registration Closed
Group of 5, each $ 1100.00
Quantity
IBIA Bunker Training Course | 10th September $ 300.00
Quantity
IBIA Bunker Training Course | 10th September $ 400.00



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(Individual Membership: £250, Corporate Membership £1,250)

Set to be one of industry’s landmark events of 2019, The IBIA Caribbean Bunker Conference (ICBC) – The Caribbean Journey to 2020 Compliance – is hosted by the Maritime Authority of Jamaica and presented in partnership with Ship & Bunker.

ICBC takes place from September 10-12, 2019 at the Iberostar Grande / Suites Hotel in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Positioned at a key point on the global IMO 2020 timeline when the majority of vessels will have just begun their transition to 0.50% bunker fuels, ICBC will be one of the first events where delegates can benefit from real world experience of the reality of IMO 2020.

ICBC features an ambitious programme focusing on the Caribbean and related bunkers markets including USGC, Panama, and beyond. It will provide critical insight, training, and networking opportunities for all stakeholders including shippers, carriers, suppliers, traders, Port Authorities, regulators, NGOs, brokers, lawyers, surveyors and academics.

Key among the discussion points will be an exploration of what the impact of the IMO 2020 sulphur regulation will be for bunker buyers, suppliers, and operators in the region, particularly with respect to compliance solutions, enforcement, and the availability of new fuels. In addition to proving an understanding into the cost of IMO 2020 from shippers to suppliers, ICBC will also showcase the current regional bunkering infrastructure and look at what the future holds for the Caribbean and the Americas bunker markets.

On September 10, IBIA is also offering its Bunkering Training Course with renowned Course Director, Nigel Draffin – Author of 12 books on Bunkering and IBIA board member.

In addition to our two-day IBIA Conference and Exhibition, delegates will have the opportunity to join our ETHICS workshop, moderated by J. Steve Simms, Principal, Simms Showers LLP and Robert E. O’Connor, Managing Partner, Montgomery McCracken 

What would you do?  What is the right thing to do?  What standards should the bunkering industry follow?

 

  • Ethical companies make more money. 

  • Ethical companies attract and retain the best employees.  They have the most loyal customers. 

  • Ethical people in those companies make more money too.  They live longer and enjoy their jobs more.

  • IBIA’s Ethics Workshop  -  focuses on how you can enhance the ethical culture of your company, and our industry.

  • The Workshop features case studies to work through with small groups of your fellow participants.  It gives action steps for you and those you lead and work with

  • We’ll focus on how you can implement IBIA’s new Code of Ethics at your company, and encourage others in our industry to embrace IBIA’s Code of Ethics, too.

  • The Workshop also presents a unique time to interact with other IBIA members, get to know them better with frank discussions, and exchange ideas about best practices.


Where?

Iberostar Grand

Montego Bay
St. James Parish, Jamaica


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