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ship.energy summit programme


Tuesday 30 - Wednesday 31 March 2021

11:00 - 14:00 (GMT)  |   6 am EST   |   7 pm SGT   |   3 pm UAE

 

Shipping can no longer be a silo industry in its energy consumption, relying on ample supplies of ‘bottom of the barrel’ oil-based fuel. As the sector moves towards its mid-century GHG emission reduction targets, it will have to compete for its energy sources and propulsion technologies with other industries. It will also have to recognise and accommodate the decarbonisation ambitions and strategies of its many different stakeholders.

With this in mind, the ship.energy summit will set the scene with a review of national future energy policies as well as the corporate strategies of the key global energy players. It will consider how maritime, national and corporate regulations on decarbonisation are developing – will these regulations align or are they heading for conflict?

 

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Programme details are updated regularly and are subject to change as new speakers are confirmed and themes developed.


TUESDAY 30 MARCH 2021

 

Introduction/ Welcome to the ship.energy Summit 2021

Lesley Bankes-Hughes, Director of Publishing/ Executive Editor, Petrospot Ltd


SESSION 1

Setting the pace - National policy and corporate approaches to energy change

This session will seek to put shipping’s decarbonisation ambitions and potential future energy requirements in the context of a global shift to cleaner energy sources. Panellists will give an update on country and regional future energy strategies, including a significant shift to hydrogen, which may include or impact the shipping sector. The session will also look at how shipowners, energy majors, and global commodity traders are shaping their decarbonisation policies.

Presentation:
An overview of global energy and oil demand trends'

Julie Torgersrud, Oil Markets Analyst, Rystad Energy


Panel discussion:

Moderator:
Lesley Bankes-Hughes, Director of Publishing/ Executive Editor, Petrospot

Frederic Meyer, Head of Strategy, Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions
Jacob Sterling, Head of Technical Innovation, A. P. Møller- Mærsk A/S
Elisabeth Fauvelle Munck af Rosenschöld, Global Sustainability Manager, IKEA Transport & Logistics Services


Presentation:
Fuel Focus - Methanol

Chris Chatterton, COO, Methanol Institute


Presentation: 
Technology Focus - Future proof your fleet with flexible use of scalable energy that meets the needs of today and tomorrow 

Paul Hughes, Executive Director & President, Sterling PlanB


 

SESSION 2

Making change happen - The role of regulation and collaboration in decarbonisation

This session will consider how regulators, legislators and industry bodies are seeking to establish global and regional frameworks to guide shipping’s energy transition. Is such regulation being put in place quickly enough and on a harmonised basis or are we seeing differences in approach that could hamper or fragment the decarbonisation process? Panellists will also look at other instruments being used to drive decarbonisation and sustainability, such as corporate ESG policies and market-based measures.

Panel discussion:

Moderator:
Lesley Bankes-Hughes, Director of Publishing/ Executive Editor, Petrospot

John Butler, President & CEO, World Shipping Council
Simon Bennett, Deputy Secretary General, International Chamber of Shipping
Jutta Paulus, MEPs, Group of the Greens/ European Free Alliance
Hamish Norton, President, Star Bulk


Q&A: 
Fuel Focus - LNG

Jesper Rosenkrans, Global Sales and Business Development Director, Total Marine Fuels Global Solutions


Presentation:
Fuel Focus - LNG

Hadi Farhoud, Head of Strategy & Marketing – Commercial Division, Gaztransport & Technigaz


Presentation:
Fuel Focus - Hydrogen

Louise Andersson, Head of Cryo, MAN Energy Solutions  


 

SESSION 3

Putting on the pressure – First session: Supply chain stakeholders have their say on the energy transition

The pace at which shipping gets to zero is also dependent on collaboration and the exchange of ideas, knowledge and skills between sector stakeholders and also on a cross-industry basis – shipping will draw on the expertise gained in clean tech industries within aviation and domestic power generation. The sustainability ambitions and strategies of a range of stakeholders along shipping’s supply chain will also bring pressure to bear on the sector. Across two separate sessions, panellists will represent and reflect the concerns and aspirations of these stakeholders in terms of maritime’s decarbonisation.

Panel discussion:

Jesse Fahnestock, Project Director, First Movers Initiatives, Global Maritime Forum/ Getting to Zero Coalition
Tauni Berger, Director Strategic Initiatives, Xpansiv CBL Holding Group
Dr. Christian Finnern, Partner, Watson Farley & Williams


 End Day 1

 

 

WEDNESDAY 31 MARCH 2021

 

Introduction/ Welcome to day 2 of the ship.energy Summit 2021

Lesley Bankes-Hughes, Director of Publishing/ Executive Editor, Petrospot Ltd.


 

SESSION 4

Putting on the pressure – Second session: Supply chain stakeholders have their say on the energy transition

This session will continue the debate on the maritime supply chain and the energy transition. A new panel of experts drawn from different parts of the supply chain will offer their respective perspectives on shipping’s decarbonisation and will also pick up on some of the key issues raised in the first session.

Panel discussion:

Moderator:
Lesley Bankes-Hughes, Director of Publishing/ Executive Editor, Petrospot

Alexander Feindt, Global Business Development Manager, MAN Energy Solutions SE
Guus van der Bles, Director of Development, Conoship International
Albert Leyson, Global Marketing Manager, Drew Marine
Anita Gajadhar, Managing Director, Proman Shipping


Presentation:
Fuel Focus - Fuel Testing

Steve Bee, Group Commercial & Business Development Director, VPS


Presentation:
Fuel Focus - Ammonia

Ben Rogers, Chief Engineer - Large Diesel and Gas Engines, Ricardo
Andrea Trevisan, Sector Lead - Rail, Marine, Energy, Ricardo


 

SESSION 5 

Footing the bill - Funding decarbonisation and making it pay

While technology and new fuels will deliver shipping’s decarbonisation, such innovation on a global scale will require major – and sustained – investment. Initiatives such as the Poseidon Principles have already drawn attention to the role financial institutions can play in shipping’s energy ‘switchover’, and this session will discuss who will provide this critical funding for new tech, fuels and vessels. Importantly, as owners and operators continue to operate in an era of tight margins panellists will consider when and how money can be made from operating cleaner – and likely much more expensive – newbuilds.

Panel discussion:

Moderator:
Mark Williams, MD, Shipping Strategy

Tony Foster, CEO/ CIO, Marine Capital Ltd
Klaus Schmidberger, Vice President, KfW IPEX Bank
Paul Stuart-Smith, Executive Director, Zero Carbon Finance


Presentation:
Technology and Fuel Focus - Route to Zero Carbon

Anne Duncan, CEO, EcoSpeed Marine Ltd


 

SESSION 6 

Smart thinking: Harnessing the power of data

As shipping grapples with the challenges of decarbonisation, the sector is also being urged to recognise the operational transparency and cost benefits that digitalisation can deliver. Panellists in this session will discuss the apparently transformative power of data in relation to shipping and consider whether digitalisation really can facilitate and accelerate the industry’s march to net zero.

Panel discussion:

Dag Lilletvedt, Founder & CEO, Powerzeek 
Antto Shemeikka, Vice Preseident Digital Services, ABB Marine & Ports
Piotr Jacek Jacewicz, Strategic Account and Business Development Leader Marine, Cummins Ltd.


Presentation:
Technology Focus - Wind Propulsion

Gavin Allwright, Secretary General, International Wind Ship Association (IWSA)


Presentation:
Technology Focus - Shore Power

Simon Bullock, Researcher, The Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of Manchester


 

SESSION 7

Building blocks of the future: creating a decarbonisation infrastructure

The final session of the conference will consider the key roles to be played by shipyards, class societies and ports in creating a future robust operational and energy supply infrastructure for a decarbonised shipping sector. Panellists will also look at how a circular economy model can contribute to shipping’s GHG emission ambitions.

Panel discussion:

Patrick VerhoevenManaging Director, International Association of Ports and Harbors 
Dr. Tue Johannessen, Head of Maritime Application & Viability, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
Dr. Carlo Raucci, Marine Decarbonisation Consultant, ‎Lloyd's Register


 

Sponsorship

  • Veritas Petroleum Services
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  • Cummins Inc
    Silver
  • Proman Shipping
    Bronze
  • EcoSpeed Marine
    Bronze

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