The second The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference took place at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Dubai on October 24th. The conference was a sell-out this year attracting a top-quality audience of more than 250 people, including delegates from all the leading tanker owners, operators, and financiers from across the world.
In this video, Clive Woodbridge Editor at The Maritime Standard, interviews Jesper Kjaedegaard, a Founding Partner at Mercator International, about his three key takeaways from The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference:
- Appetite for orders of new tankers has been limited during the last 2-3 years.
- The industry should aim to ultimately go from Low-Sulfur to No-Sulfur fuels in the long-term.
- India has all the assets in place to become a key locomotive for globaeconomic growth.
The entire conference agenda can be accessed here: