(EnergyAsia, April 29, Tuesday) — ‘Aviation Outlook and Jetfuels 2008’ will be held at the Hotel Intercontinental in Singapore from June 25 to 26.

With aviation fuel becoming a bigger cost component for airlines, the industry needs to urgently address this growing threat to their survival.

The conference will address the key initiatives in driving jet fuel efficiency and the development of alternative fuels and fuel efficient aircrafts. Topics addressed include the global outlook for the industry, demand in China and India, economics and cost control and future developments for jet fuel.

Delegates will gain a greater understanding of the aviation market and its driving forces, India’s booming aviation industry, the world’s jet fuel market, price outlook and the progress towards greener fuels.

Speakers at the event include Andrew Herdman (Association of Asia Pacific Airlines), Chris Schroeder (International Air Transport Association (IATA)), Con Korfiatis (Viva Macau), Jeh Wadia (Go Air India), Gerry Oh (Jet Airways), Germal Singh Khera (Malaysian Airlines), Paul Young (Platts), Yeo Yu Kin (Purvin and Gertz), Ratan Shrivastava (Frost and Sullivan) and Richard Taylor (SGS (Thailand) Pte Ltd).

This conference is recommended for fuel management and procurement managers, refinery managers, fuel farm operators from airlines and airports, oil traders, in-plane fuel operators, fueling equipment suppliers, civil aviation authorities, fuel management consultants, aircraft engine manufacturers, analyst and investment bankers, trade union organisations and government representatives.

The conference is organised by IBC Asia. For more information, please contact Admin@EnergyAsia.com.