Agenda & Schedule

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Maxar and CME Workshop Registration Information

Please note that registration fees for this workshop are only included in the “3 Days Pass + Workshop” and “Workshop Only” products from registration page – More information

Tuesday, May 17th

9.00

Workshop Registration – Maxar and CME Group

Registration for Maxar/CME Group Workshop starts at 8.30

  • Jupiter Room

9.30

Workshop/Training Course with Maxar and CME Group
(followed by light refreshments)

Perfect for the professional junior trader, analyst or seasoned trader that needs a refresher. If you have an interest in the Ag Commodities markets, this morning course teaches the fundamentals of weather, its impact on crop growth and the markets, and how to use such weather information effectively including gauging risk. CME Group will cover its range of trading and market intelligence tools, such as short-term options, options pricing, liquidity metrics, COT and Open Interest analytics, and spread strategies.

The course is led by Maxar’s Kyle Tapley, Senior Agricultural Meteorologist and by CME Group’s Eric Hasham, Senior Director, Agricultural Commodities

  • Apollon Room

DAY 1
Tuesday, May 17th

12.00

GrainCom22 Registration

  • Jupiter Room

14.00

GrainCom22 and UkrAgroConsult opening remarks:

James Dunsterville, GrainCom Events and Sergey Feofilov, UkrAgroConsult

  • Wilson Room

14.15

How the current situation in Ukraine affects global agribusiness, prices and trade.
Session of Strategic Alarms and How to Fight Them.

Introduction : James Dunsterville GrainCom Company

Mariya-Khrystyna Koziy, Economic Affairs Division, WTO Delegation Coordinator, Permanent Mission of Ukraine
Taras Kachka, Deputy Minister of economic development of Ukraine (online)

15.00

Presentation
Black Sea region: the day after tomorrow. The 2022 Crop Forecast: Inputs, Quality, conflicting S&D.

Segrey Feofilov, UkrAgroConsult

15.30

Panel Discussion:
Black Sea Strategy Potential, 2022/23. Resilience to Uncertainties for Logistics, Trade and Pricing.

  • Moderator: Gert Bosscher, Copenhagen Merchants
  • Panel:

Nikolay Gorbachev, Ukrainian Grain Association (online)
Sergey Feofilov, UkrAgroConsult
Thomas Deevy, Cerealcom, Romania
Robert Parsons, Squire Patton Boggs
Alexandre Bobylov, ЕМЕА S&P Global Commodity

16.30

Refreshment Break – Collaborate and Connect

  • Wilson Foyer

17.00

Panel Discussion:
Farmers and domestic logistics. How to food own people and export to Third countries.

🇺🇦 Ukraine

  • Moderator: Sergey Feofilov, UkrAgroConsult
  • Panel:

Yulia Bereshchenko, CFO Astarta Agri Holding
Kees Huizinga, Ukraine farmer

🇷🇺 Russia (by special invitation of GrainCom)

  • Moderator: Dan Basse, AgResource
  • Panel:

Dmitry Rylko, IKAR (online)
Representative of agri holding (online)
Representative of mid size farm (online)

18.00

Brokers Cocktail

  • Wilson Foyer and Glow Area

20.00

Closure of Day 1

DAY 2
Wednesday, May 18th

09.00

GrainCom opening remarks : James Dunsterville, Graincom Events

  • Wilson Room

09.15

Presentation:
2021/22 Grain and Oilseed Outlook, Setting the Stage for 2022/23 Campaign

  • Presenter: Dan Basse, AgResource

Panel:
Campaign 22/23 major origin supply estimates. The USDA versus GrainCom22

WASDE first 22/23 estimates released on May 12th, 2022. GrainCom22 will estimate their own supply scenario

  • Moderator: Chief Economist, USDA (Invited) or Dan Basse, AgResource
  • Panel:

North: Neil Townsend, Farmlink (invited)
South America: Vincenzo Turrisi, Cutrale (invited)
Europe: Anne-Laure Paumier, Intercereales
Russia and Ukraine: Gert Bosscher, Copenhagen Merchants (invited)
Australia: Don Campbell, Graincorp
India: Gaurav Jain, AgPulse Analytica

Delegates will be able to participate in the discussion and add their opinions to obtain the final result

11.15

Refreshment Break – Collaborate and Connect

  • Wilson Foyer

11.45

Consumers, their requirements from suppliers, logistics and concerns

  • Presenter: Kip E. Tom, US Ambassador to FAO (2019/21)
  • Dan Basse, AgResource
  • Panel:

North Africa: TBN
Middle East: Djamal Djouhri, Al Ghurair
Asia: Abhinav Vijay, Agrocorp
Africa (sub-sahara): Mark Daniels, Scipio
World: Kip E. Tom, US Ambassador

13.00

Lunch – Collaborate and Connect

  • Wilson Foyer
  • Sponsored by The Andersons Group Inc

14.30

Panel: Freight

What is the situation for owners, charters especially regarding the Carbon Footprint

  • Moderator: Tom Cutler, Grafton Commodity Trading
  • Panel:

Owner, Bulk: Nikolaus Oldendorff, Oldendorff (invited)
Owner, containers: MSC (invited)
Charter: TBN
Broker: Ifchor (invited)
Carbon: Climate Neutral Commodity

15.15

Presentations and Panel :
Geopolitical risk

The political view and the situation for the trade

  • Presentation, Political view: Braz Barachy, Brazil Foreign Ministry
  • Panel Moderator: Braz Barachy, Brazil Foreign Ministry
  • Panel:

Trader: Marco Orioli, CHS Inc.
Law: Partner, Squire Patton Boggs 
Insurance: TBN

16.00

Refreshment Break – Collaborate and Connect

  • Wilson Foyer

16.30

Presentation:
Fertilizer market

  • Presenter: Harry Vroomen, The Fertilizer Institute

17.15

18.30

Gala Evening

  • Pool Terrasse, President Wilson Hotel
  • Sponsored by SGS
  • Music by the Soul Brothers, Kenny Klaar and Dorien Smith

24.00

End of day 2

DAY 3
Thursday, May 19th

09.00

Refreshments in Glow Area – Collaborate and Connect

  • Glow Area

09.30

GrainCom opening remarks : James Dunsterville, Graincom Events

  • Apollon Room

09.45

Presentation: 
Weather outlook and risks for key global producing areas, including wheat in India. Using high resolution imagery to monitor assets.

Chris Hyde, Maxar

10.45

Panel:
Companies problems to understand and comply with Sustainability

  • Introduction: Jaine Chisholm Caunt, GAFTA
  • Moderator: June Arnold, GAFTA
  • Panel:

Trader: Don Campbell, GrainCorp
Bank: Rabobank 
Consumer: TBN
Producer: TBN
Logistics: Paul Harrison, SGS 

11.30

GrainCom Closing remarks : James Dunsterville, Graincom Events

11.45

Lunch – Collaborate and Connect

14.00

GrainCom22 Closure

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