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CEMPROSPECTS to be held in Poland

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This year, CEMPROSPECTS will continue to cover analyses and forecasts of the energy markets of relevance to the cement industry, with focus on coal and petcoke, as well as freights. The conference is designed for purchasers, producers, and traders in these markets.

Time will be dedicated to a debate on geopolitical events happening across the globe, including recent US politics, Brexit, and latest legislative developments in the carbon market. The development of alternative fuels as part of the decarbonisation and circular economy drive will also be a point in focus.

With the IMO Conference only months away, developments in the maritime markets will be covered during a session dedicated to freight. In terms of countries and regions to be covered, these will include Europe and the US, as well as a deeper analysis of developments in India and China, and their impact on coal and petcoke. Speakers include CEMBUREAU, On Field Investment Research, N+P, Wood Mackenzie, Gibson Shipbrokers, Argus and Advisian (Jacobs), Brannvoll Aps for Cimeurope.

CEMPROSPECTS is a followup to the CEMREVIEW publication, which provides the latest insight into markets (steam coal and petcoke FX rates, oil, carbon) that are relevant to fuel purchasers and decision makers involved in the energy complex. Each section provides the latest publicly available market information (focus points and analysis), as well as forecasts concerning future market developments with short and long-term chart points based on technical analysis.

At the moment, a special CEMPROSPECTS discount is offered on the CEMREVIEW and any subscriber to CEMREVIEW will benefit from a discount on CEMPROSPECTS 2019.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/15072019/cemprospects-to-be-held-in-poland/

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