The sulphur world is constantly shifting. TSI brings you expert individuals to share the latest market information, projects in sulphur, and global predictions. Whether it is a review of leading industry practices or an analysis of the sulphur and sulphuric acid supply and demand forecast, our speakers incorporate information on the entire industry value chain.
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Please contact Sarah Amirie with any questions regarding the speaker program.
Meena Chauhan - Presentation
Meena Chauhan is a Research Manager in the Argus Fertilizer Consulting team, with over 12 years of experience in sulphur and sulphuric acid market analysis. She edits Argus Sulphur Analytics and Argus Sulphuric Acid Analytics. Meena was at Integer Research prior to joining Argus Media and also spent several years as a sulphur market analyst and price reporter at other companies. She regularly presents on the sulphur and sulphuric acid markets at major industry events around the world.
Brian Malone - Presentation
Managing Partner of MID-SHIP Group Marine Division (dry cargo – ocean freight) and active broker with over forty years of experience in international dry bulk freight. As a world leader in the transportation of dry cargo, the MID-SHIP Group provides a full range of services covering the entire supply chain, providing our clients with a single point of management for their global cargo shipments.
Matt Fernley - Presentation
Battery Materials Review
Matt Fernley is Editor of Battery Materials Review and Head of Research for Westbeck Capital Management’s Volta Fund.
Matt has spent over 20 years as an equity and commodity analyst, following Mining, Chemicals, Energy and Industrials sectors. Starting his career at Warburg Dillon Read (now UBS Investment Bank), he was an equity analyst and also a global strategist for Basic Materials (chemicals, mining, paper, steel, cement/aggregates). Latterly he was global strategist for the Chemicals sector. While at UBS his primary focus was on the growth of India and China and development of materials markets due to structural changes in demand. He used previous economic take-off events in the US, Japan and Korea to model trends in materials demand in China and India. He was then able to apply this work to food and made one of the earliest calls in the market on the importance of fertilisers and agrochemicals in early-2005.
Following UBS, he spent two years in hedge funds before joining GMP Securities (Europe) LLP as a Senior Mining Analyst and latterly Head of European Equity Research. There he specialised in small/mid cap mining stocks particularly within base metals, iron ore and mineral sands. Matt’s most-recent full-time sell-side role was as Materials & Cyclicals strategist at Haitong. He founded Battery Materials Review in 2018 to improve the provision of information on what he regards as a key segment of the Energy Transition.
Matt has published extensively on the Materials sector as well as the development of key materials and equity price trends associated with secular demand events in raw materials.
Matt has a BSc (Hons) in Geochemistry from the University of St Andrews and a MSc in Mineral Deposit Evaluation from Imperial College.
Jason Newton - Presentation
Chief Economist & Head of Market Research, Nutrien
Jason leads the team responsible for generating and disseminating agricultural market research and intelligence to Nutrien’s Senior Leadership and for forecasting crop input fundamentals and prices. He has regularly presented these views to Nutrien’s stakeholders, including analysts, investors and customers since joining the Company in 2007.
Jason holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Saskatchewan. He has been involved in agriculture throughout his life, having grown up on a farm and spent his career working throughout the crop input and grain marketing supply chain.
Molina Albright - Presentation
Americas Supply Operations Manager, Fuels and Lubricants
23 Years with ExxonMobil, mostly in the Downstream business (Fuels and Lubricants) in various leadership roles spanning multiple geographies. She has been in her current role since Jan 2020 and lead an organization that is responsible for supply of all Fuels products and crude across Canada, US and Latin America. Ms. Albright’s last role was at the Corporate Headquarters in Irving, Dallas as the Investor Relations Manager working closely with the Management Committee, Corporate Finance, Strategy and Planning, Wall Street and broader shareholders. She spend the early part of her career in Asia Pacific in the lubricants business with leadership roles across commercial, strategy and planning, supply chain, business development and special transformation projects with responsibilities for China, India, Indonesia, Thailand, Australia, Japan and others. The Latter part of Ms. Albright’s career was in the Fuels business based in the US covering global responsibilities or countries in the Americas region. This included diverse roles like running our Marine Fuels business, running business operations for Wholesale Fuels and Basestocks, working on key long term strategic projects like low sulfur marine fuels (IMO 2020) and redesigning the Downstream business.