| About the event

Join us at the largest petroleum coke trading event of the year to secure your supply lines and make new business connections.

The 11th Argus Americas Petroleum Coke Summit brings together key participants representing the fuel grade and anode grade coke markets. The event will provide you with deep analysis on supply and demand trends and their impact on trading to help you plan for the coke contracting season.

| Get actionable insight into:

Refining operations - Understand how the abundance of US shale crude, IMO regulations and renewable fuels demand might impact petcoke supply

Cement, power and aluminium industry demand – Get projections for petroleum coke going into Brazil, Mexico, India and China

Trading activity – Explore import restrictions by country, regulatory uncertainty and the impact of geopolitical constraints on trading


| Who you’ll meet

Join the petroleum coke industry in one place

Attendees by industry:

Cement companies

Power generation


Aluminium market

Petroleum coke traders

Shipping, logistics

| Meet senior industry professionals

Attendees by job title:









Attendees by Country:

Companies that attend include:

A.J. Edmond Company

ADN Energia

AJ Edmond Company


Alcoa, Inc.

Amec Foster Wheeler

Andrew S. McCreath & Son, Inc.

Arai Carbon Co., Ltd.

Awtons, LLC.

Bee Carbon Resources

Biehl & Co

Blue Scope Steel

Blue Water Shipping Company

Boiler Industries

BP Oil International Ltd

Bulk Trading

Bulk Trading S.A.

Buzzi Unicem USA

Canadian National Railway Company

Canal Barge Company

Carbones-Intersureste (USA) Inc

Cargo Opera Tions

CDG Engineers, Inc.




CHS Inc. (Laurel)




Col�mbia Trading

Cooper Consolidated, LLC

Cristal USA, Inc.

Cygnus Marine Services

“Dalian Free Petrochemical Trading Co.,



Defler Corp.

Dome Chartering & Trading

DTE PetCoke

Duncan Shoemaker & Associates LLC

Energy Coal SPA

ES EuroShipping SA


Fergusson Coal

Gans Cargo Operations

Garcia Munte Energia

General Steamship Corporation, Ltd.

Global Green Energy

Guangzhou Fengle Fuel Co., Ltd.

Gulf Harbor Shipping

Harry R Defler Corporation

Heidelberg Cement

Hickman, Williams & Co.


Host Agency

HTS America, LLC

Impala Terminals Burnside


Incolab Services

Intercoaltrading LLC

Interex Oil Trade DMCC

International Materials, Inc.

Jaguar Energy

JFD & Co.

“JX Nippon Oil & Energy (Americas)


Kiln Fuels

Kinder Morgan

Koch Carbon LLC

Komsa Sarl


LBH Group

LHoist S.A.

M/G Transport Services

Maehata Corporation

Magnusson Coke & Minerals

Marathon Petroleum Company LP

Maroil Trading

Marsulex Environmental Technologies

McCoy Carbon Consulting

McDermott International Inc.


Mississippi Lime Company

Mitsubishi Corporation

Mitsui & Co.

Mitsui USA

Moran Shipping Agencies, Inc.

Motiva Enterprises

“Nayara Energy Limited (Formerly Essar Oil


NB Power

Nippon Coke & Engineering USA

Oldendorff Carriers

Oxbow Calcining International LLC

Pac Basin Resources LLC

Pac Basin Resources, LLC

Pacific Basin Shipping (USA) Inc.

PBF Energy

Penthol LLC


Phillips 66

PTP Group

QTRF Net Consulting, C.A.

Rain Carbon bvba

Rain Carbon Inc.

Rain CII Carbon

Rain CII Carbon, LLC

Reliance Industries Ltd - Main


Robert C Dickie, Consultant


Sabine Surveyors Ltd.

SAI Gulf

Saif SpA


Savage Services

Savage Services Corporation

Seaspace Corp


- Companhia Geral de Cal e Cimento, SA”


Serv Quim Ambientales (SQA)

Sesco Trading Ltd.




Singapore Aluminium Group

Sinopec USA Inc.

Sojitz JECT Corporation

Sumitomo Corporation of America

SunCoke Energy - CMT


T. Parker Host

Tampa Electric Co.

TCP Petcoke Corporation

Thyssenkrupp Raw Materials GmbH

Total Gas & Power Limited


Trafigura AG

Trammo AG


Transmarine Navigation Corporation

Tricon Energy

UBE Industries

UltraTech Cement Limited

Unacem Cement Ecuador

Union Pacific Railroad

United Bulk Terminals

Valero Energy Corporation

Vantage Point Group Holding


Wohan Chosen Industry and Trade Co., Ltd.

Xcoal Energy & Resources

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| Topics on the agenda include:


Senior industry participants


International companies represented


Leading industry speakers


Countries represented from around the globe

Preparing for uncertainty ahead – The rise of shale crude, renewable fuels demand and impact on refining operations

Cement industry demand – Projections for coke imports and sulphur restrictions by country

Global markets - Coke supply and coker expansions on the horizon

IMO 202 - Bracing for the switch to compliant bunker fuels

Aluminum - Market drivers in industry and impact on anode grade coke

Coal versus coke – A competitive fuel analysis

Infrastructure - Investment to support exports

| Network with industry professionals from around the world

Join your peers in beautiful ????????????? and take advantage of our networking opportunities, including: a coffee-tasting, nightly receptions, and networking lunches, breaks and breakfasts. Plus, get access to our networking app before, during and after the event, to set your meetings and make the most of your attendance.

Companies that attend include:

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| Design your networking timetable

Networking with clients, potential new business partners, colleagues and friends is a big part of your on-site experience. This is why we’ve designed a perfect platform for formal and informal networking

Interact with your peers during the Premium Pellet, Baltics and Wood Chip focused roundtables

Join our interactive roundtables on the Focus Days, 17 April,and explore specific topics with an industry leader in small groups of 15-20.

Flexible meeting rooms

Host private meetings with guests and secure on-site deals in the privacy of your own meeting room. Available for one hour,one day or even the full duration of the event.

Download our app and plan your time on site

With so many people to see and do business with, identify and set up meetings with attendees that offer the greatest growth opportunities for your organisation in advance! Download our networking app prior to the conference and review the attendee list, send direct messages to your fellow delegates and book on-site meetings.

Speed networking and business card exchange

Speed networking ensures that you don’t miss out on that vital introduction. You’ll be at a table with six of your peers for three minutes. When the bell rings pick up their business cards and move to the next table for more introductions. A great ice-breaker that sets up further discussion later on at the event. Remember to bring lots of business cards!

Extended coffee and lunch breaks

Breaks throughout the day provide ample opportunity for introductions and ad-hoc meetings.

Ice-breaker drinks and themed networking drinks reception

Take advantage of informal networking opportunities at the drinks receptions and continue your conversations into the evening in style.