Positive action: Delivering on shipping's energy transition
After two highly successful virtual conferences in 2021, ship.energy will be delivering its first in-person event at the Port of Valencia, Spain. The ship.energy summit 2022, which is supported by the Port Authority of Valencia, will be held on 27-29 April and will continue the global narrative of shipping’s energy transition, with a particular focus on developments and initiatives in Iberia and the wider Mediterranean region.
The first ship.energy summit in 2021 provided excellent insights on the fuel and technology options that are – or will be – available to shipping as it plans its course to reach IMO 2030 and 2050 GHG emission reduction targets. The second summit looked at who will supply the new marine fuels and how the landside fuel supply infrastructure may evolve.
In Valencia, the ship.energy summit will examine the rate and scale of progress in moving projects from the drawing board to commercialisation. It will also debate the two main approaches to shipping’s decarbonisation – aiming for net or absolute zero from the outset versus taking a step-by-step approach – and consider if they can be reconciled.
Using real-life case studies wherever possible, the ship.energy summit 2022 will provide a platform for shipping, fuel and technology experts to share their insights on how projects can be brought to scale and commercialisation as the clock ticks down to 2030 and 2050.
The summit will feature a guided tour of the Port of Valencia to learn about its green initiatives and will also offer delegates the opportunity to attend training courses on LNG bunkering and the implications of ESG for shipping companies and the wider maritime community.
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1. ship.energy conference
ship.energy summit Valencia 2022 • Thursday 28 - Friday 29 April 2022
The one and a half-day conference will examine the rate and scale of progress in moving projects from the drawing board to commercialisation. It will also debate the two main approaches to shipping’s decarbonisation – aiming for net or absolute zero from the outset versus taking a step-by-step approach – and consider if they can be reconciled.
Maja Felicia Bendtsen
Carlos Freire Trigo
Jose Gonzalez Celis
Mark van Lieshout
Nacho de Miguel
Antonio Miranda Bonet
Elisabeth Fauvelle Munck af Rosenschöld
Josep Sanz Argent
Runa A. Skarbø
Programme details are subject to change as new speakers are confirmed. If you feel you could make a significant contribution to the programme and wish to present on any of the subjects listed, please email Lesley Bankes-Hughes at firstname.lastname@example.org in order to be considered.
2. TRAINING COURSES
Wednesday 27 April 2022 - An Introduction to LNG Bunkering
Internationally renowned shipping and bunkering expert Nigel Draffin covers the essentials of shipping and bunkering in a comprehensive overview of these sectors, with particular emphasis on how they are mutually dependent. This course is designed to bring delegates up to speed with the technical, operational, practical and safety-related aspects of using LNG as a source of fuel for ships.
Wednesday 27 April 2022 - An Introduction to ESG for the Maritime Sector
This one-day course will introduce Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) concepts in shipping.
The course comprises four, 90-minute interactive sessions, and each session will include group activities, brainstorming and knowledge-sharing.
3. port of valencia tour
Friday 29 April 2022
Delegates will have the opportunity to join a guided port tour organised by the Port Authority of Valencia which will enable them to see how the port operates and to learn more about its plans for ‘going green’.
The ship.energy summit exhibition, running in parallel with the conference on 28-29 April, offers you all the benefits of a networking environment in which you can consolidate existing, and develop new, business relationships. Use this opportunity to acquire new leads and build your brand by booking a table top exhibition space.
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COVID-19 – CANCELLATION POLICY
We are continuously monitoring the Covid-19 situation in Valencia and across the world.
If you have already registered and paid to attend the ship.energy summit 2022 but are subsequently informed by the authorities in your country of residence that you are not permitted to travel to Spain at the time of the event, you will be given the opportunity to transfer your registration to the next ship.energy summit in 2023. Should you find that you are unable to attend on the new dates for any reason – and are unable to transfer the registration to a colleague – Petrospot will refund your registration fees in full.
We are working closely with our hotel and venue partners to ensure that our clients are not exposed to any financial risk should they be obliged to cancel. However, any hotel cancellations will be at the discretion of the hotel, rather than Petrospot.
Petrospot reserves the right to require proof of vaccination status and/or a recent negative Covid-19 test and to request a temperature test on arrival at the event, in line with any local official guidelines. We will also follow all local Government guidelines with regards to social distancing, participant numbers and sanitisation standards.
Please note these guidelines are subject to change but you will be made aware of any implications ahead of time.