In a market of increased risk and complexity, making the right commercial decisions on how to consolidate and grow your business is more important than ever. Insight and understanding are central components of delivering this.
Whether its entering a new market or region, conducting an acquisition, understanding the potential growth of LNG and biofuels and supply and demand challenges, or better defining the bunkering storage capabilities in a specific port.
Companies throughout the marine energy supply chain that have knowledge based on real truths place themselves in a far better competitive position, where the right decisions can be made, at the right time.
20|20 Marine Energy’s research division provides its clients with a range of services that facilitate informed decision making, including:
- Qualitative and quantitative research
- Competitor analysis
- Due diligence for mergers and acquisitions
- Market studies
- Future marine energy analysis
- Scoping analysis for infrastructure development
Petrospot + 20|20 Marine Energy – market intelligence on global bunker ports
20|20 Marine Energy and Petrospot have partnered to create a series of insight-driven and data-rich intelligence reports on bunker markets in key and emerging world ports.
The reports benefit from both companies’ comprehensive knowledge of the global bunker industry, and access to critical data, in conjunction with the capability to provide in-depth analysis and context from the perspective of the current and impending changing dynamics of the market, and how it impacts all stakeholders connected to the marine energy supply chain.
Each report focuses on the commercial, logistical and environmental issues driving the changes and developments in each local market. This includes an expert summary of commercial operations at each location, information on current and historic bunker demand, an overview of fuel suppliers and market share, storage facilities and fuel delivery options and providers.
The port profiles also examine the factors that influence local bunker prices and offer useful comparisons with competitor ports. The reports will also assess product sourcing and availability and examine the issues that may affect current and future supply, including the 0.5% global sulphur cap in 2020, and the alternative fuel supply options in each port.
The reports currently available can be seen here.