Event Date:Start at 4:00 PM
September 14, 2021
LocationThe Baltic Exchange Ltd
The IMO committed in 2008 to reducing international shipping GHG emissions by 50% by 2050, but recent years has seen a rise in its carbon footprint since 2012 as the increase in shipping coupled with ever-growing vessels outpaces efficiency improvements.
With the emergence of new innovations and alternative fuels, AqualisBraemar LOC are hosting a panel discussion to address what the maritime emissions profile looks like today, where we are and what are the next steps.
This is an official London International Shipping Week 2021 event.
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We will discuss:
- Looking at where we are on the decarbonisation target today, what is the crux of the issue?
- How are regulatory framework and private initiatives shaping the market ahead?
- What are the marine technologies and alternative fuels out there today and how effective are they?
- Looking at maritime beyond the vessel, what role do ports and harbours and other supporting infrastructure play?
Chair & Introduction:
- RV Ahilan – Chief Energy Transition Officer | AqualisBraemar LOC
- George Savvopoulos – Maritime Decarbonisation Consultant | AqualisBraemar LOC
- Paul Hill – Managing Director Marine Engineering | AqualisBraemar LOC
- Paul Martin – Director of Ports and Harbours | AqualisBraemar LOC
- David Handley – Of Counsel & Master Mariner | Watson Farley & Williams LLP
We are delighted to invite you to join our drinks’ reception following the panel discussion, hosted at The Baltic Exchange, City of London.