The Business of Clean Shipping (cancelled / postponed)
May 14 @ 12:30 - 17:00
Event update 20.03.2020
Due to the on-going situation with coronavirus/COVID-19, the event “The Business of Clean Shipping” has been cancelled / postponed. We are currently looking into alternative ways of organising the event or the possibility of rescheduling the event for later date. Information will be updated on our website.
With an increasing demand for clean shipping solutions from customers and regulators, business, as usual, is not an option. The IMO has adopted targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050, with the ambition of striving for zero-emission.
The Business of Clean Shipping event focuses on the ways digital solutions contribute contribute to gains in operational efficiency, emissions and return of investment. Furthermore, the Njord Project, which is a collaboration between Cargill, Maersk Tankers and Mitsui & Co. – aimed at lowering maritime GHG emissions through existing fuel-saving technologies and exploring new technical solutions will be presented. Participants will also learn about how collaboration can be a catalyst for commercially viable green shipping and you’ll bring back home a new cost-benefit model for assessing different clean shipping investments.
For more information and registration, please visit: https://mdc.center/events/2020/5/14/cshipp-conference-the-business-of-clean-shipping
12:30-13:30 Lunch and networking (optional)
”Collaboration as a catalyst for commercially viable green shipping – The case of the Getting to Zero Coalition and the Poseidon Principles”
Kasper Søgaard, Head of Research, Global Maritime Forum
“Sustainable Business Models for Clean Shipping”
Prof. Dr. Gunnar Prause, Tallinn University of Technology
CASE: Njord project – Fuel-saving reductions as an investor case and of the benefit for the shipowners and environment?
Steen Sander Jacobsen, Head of Technology and Innovation, Maersk Tankers (TBC)
CASE: “Clean shipping through digitalization of operations and processes”
How implemented digital solutions for ship operations and port logistics contribute to gains in operational efficiency, emissions and return of investment for the 3 cases: Island Ferries, DFDS and J. Lauritzen.
Niels Gorm Maly Rytter, Head of Section, University of Southern Denmark
Marie Lützen, Associate Professor, University of Southern Denmark
Mads Billesø, Senior Project Manager, Innovation and Partnerships, DFDS
Moderator: Jan Boyesen, Head of Projects, MDC
The conference is conducted in English. Participation is free of charge and attendees will automatically register for the Danish Maritime Fair.