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ship.energy summit 2022 • Valencia

ship.energy summit programme


One and a half-day Conference: Thursday 28 - Friday 29 April 2022

Venue: The Port of Valencia


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Standard Pass: £995

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SPEAKER PROFILES

 

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

WEDNESDAY 27 APRIL 2022
18:00 - 19:30 Evening Welcome Reception
Las Arenas Balneario Resort
 
THURSDAY 28 APRIL 2022
08:45  coffeeRegistration & Welcome Coffee
Table top exhibition open for viewing
09:45 Keynote Address
Francesc Sánchez, General Manager, Port Authority of Valencia
SESSION ONE: REGULATION AND COLLABORATION AS DRIVERS FOR CHANGE
This session will look at the regulatory landscape for shipping’s decarbonisation, from a global and regional perspective, reviewing the actions being taken by IMO and the EU, including regulations such as EEXI and CII, and market-based measures such as carbon levies and emission trading schemes,  Speakers in this session will also examine the pledges that came out of COP26 and consider how cross-industry coalitions and collaborative ventures are playing a role in accelerating project development.
10:00 Steve Esau, Chief Operating Officer, SEA-LNG
  Valentina Keys, Senior Associate, Watson Farley & Williams
  Alfredo Serrano, National Director – Spain, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA)
  Runa A. Skarbø, Senior Advisor Maritime & Shipping, The Bellona Foundation
  Carlos Giner, Head of Products Trading, Cepsa
11:00  coffeeMorning Coffee Break  SPONSORED BY
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SESSION TWO: TAKING A LEAD: HOW THE MARITIME INDUSTRY IS DELIVERING ON THE DECARBONISATION MANDATE
Shipowners, charterers and cargo owners will drive this session by explaining the decisions and actions they are taking to accelerate the industry’s switch to cleaner fuels and new technologies. Topics for discussion will include vessel efficiency, carbon-offsetting, cost sharing, ESG policies, and how maritime stakeholders are themselves investing in new energy start-ups and accelerators.
11:45 Javier Cervera, Head of Energy Transition, Baleària
  Jesse Fahnestock, Head of Research and Analysis, Global Maritime Forum
  Carlos Guerrero, Global Market Leader, Oil Tankers & Gas Carriers, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore
  Jose Gonzalez Celis, Energy & Conservation Manager, ST Fleet Support, Stolt Tankers
  Elisabeth Fauvelle Munck af Rosenschöld, Global Sustainability Manager, IKEA Transport & Logistics
13:15  lunchNetworking Lunch
SESSION THREE: THE GREEN ECO-SYSTEM: PORTS AS NEW ENERGY HUBS
Ports are playing an increasingly active leadership role in reducing GHG emissions and improving the air quality for local communities. They are introducing electrification in the port environment, including the provision of onshore power for ships at berth. They will be the import and export gateways for energy sources such as hydrogen and ammonia and be instrumental in providing the supply infrastructure for new marine fuels. This session will focus on port initiatives already underway in Iberia and the Mediterranean.
 14:30 Maja Felicia Bendtsen, Chief Business Officer – Bulk, Port of Roenne
  Eva Pérez, Innovation Promotion & Environmental Sustainability Director, Fundación Valenciaport
  Josep Sanz Argent, R&D – Energy Transition, Fundación Valenciaport
  Cláudio Pinto, Head of Innovation and Information Systems, Ports of Sines and Algarve (APS)
15:45  coffeeNetworking Coffee Break  SPONSORED BY
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SESSION FOUR: FUELLING THE FUTURE: BRINGING THE BUNKERS TO MARKET
Continuing the ship.energy summit’s project-based approach, this session will look at how new bunker fuels, such as biofuels, ammonia, hydrogen and methanol are being developed, scaled up and readied for commercialisation. Panellists will also consider whether the supply infrastructure and bunker safety regulations are being developed in tandem with these fuels.
16:30 Mark van Lieshout, Marine Fuels & Oils, VPS
  Tessa Major, Director Bunkering – Port Relationships & Regulations, Yara Clean Ammonia
  Antonio Miranda Bonet, Head of LNG Bunkering, Naturgy
  Nacho de Miguel, Head of Alternative Fuels & Sustainability, Peninsula
  Michael Schaap, Commercial Director Marine, Titan LNG B.V .
  Peter Schild, Director of Marine Fuels, Proman
18:00 Closing Comments
18:00 - 20:00 Evening Reception at the Clock Building  
FRIDAY 29 APRIL 2022
08:45  coffeeWelcome Coffee Break & Registration
Table top exhibition open for viewing
 
SESSION FIVE: THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX - HOW TECHNOLOGY IS RISING TO THE 'ZERO' CHALLENGE
Shipping’s decarbonisation is also spurring innovation in technology development. Experts in ship engine systems, energy storage systems, wind-assist technology, and vessel performance optimisation solutions will review some of the exciting projects that are pushing the envelope in the energy transition.
09:45 Alexander Feindt, Global Business Development Manager, Marine Four-Stroke, MAN Energy Solutions
  Carlos Freire Trigo, Director, Naval Division, Endurance Motive 
  Toni StojcevskiGeneral Manager, Sales, Large Projects, Wärtsilä 
  Graeme MacLean, Principal Consultant, Ricardo 
  Yaël Soubeyran, TransOcean Wind Transport (TOWT)
  Fiorenzo Spadoni, UK Marine Commercial Director, RINA
11:15  coffeeNetworking Coffee Break  
SESSION SIX: THE END GAME: A QUESTION OF MONEY AND SKILL
Shipping’s journey to zero in the timescale required will be hard and challenging. But two of the ‘elephants in the room’ in the decarbonisation debate are funding and skills. In the final session of the conference, panellists will consider how banks are supporting the energy transition and will look at the financing options available to maritime stakeholders. Lastly, a shortage of skilled crew is a major problem facing shipping today. So, as 2050 approaches, how will shipping and the wider maritime sector recruit and train employees to use the new fuels and technologies?
12:00 Antonio Miranda Bonet, Head of LNG Bunkering, Naturgy
  Hilary McMahon, CEO, Hazel Insight/Senior Advisor, BLUE Insight
  Nigel Draffin, Technical Consultant, Lecturer and Author
13:00  lunchNetworking Lunch
14:30 - 16:00 Tour of the Port of Valencia
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’.

 

 

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