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Zero-Emission Shipping Mission: How international public-private collaboration accelerates the green maritime transition

Time: Monday 15th of April, 14:00-15:00 PM SGT

Venue: Singapore, Suntec Convention & Exhibition Centre, Room: Nicoll 3 (Level 3)


We are thrilled to invite you to an event hosted by the Zero-Emission Shipping Mission (‘the Mission’) at Singapore Maritime Week 2024. The Mission brings together a high-ambition alliance of countries, the private sector, research institutes and members of the civil society to support demonstration of zero-emission deep sea shipping by 2030.


This event marks two important launches for the Mission – the announcement of the Mission’s strengthened 2030 goals and the launch of the report “Oceans of Opportunity: Supplying Zero-Emission Marine Fuels at Ports”. The report is exploring strategies global ports can take to supply green methanol and ammonia this decade, where fuels are likely to be produced and sourced, and detailed case studies on how ports of Rotterdam, Singapore, Algeciras, Corpus Christi, and Seattle and Tacoma are approaching zero-emission bunkering.


Agenda

Introduction to Zero Emission Shipping Mission by Sveinung Oftedal as Chair of the Executive Committee, Chief Negotiator - Green Shipping, Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment


Keynote by Norwegian Deputy Minister of Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries, Even Tronstad Sagebakken


Ramping up ambition and reaching the goals through international private-public collaboration


  • Bo Cerup-Simonsen (CEO, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping)

  • Rikke Wetter Olufsen (Deputy Director General, Danish Maritime Authority)

  • Michael Berube (Deputy Assistant Secretary for Sustainable Transportation & Fuels, U.S.Department of Energy)

  • Roel Hoenders (Head of Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency, Marine Environment Division of IMO Secretariat)

  • Additional speakers to be announced soon


Launch of the Port Zero-Emission Fuel Supply Study


Jesse Fahnestock (Director Decarbonisation, Global Maritime Forum)

  • Wei Siang (Director Decarbonisation and Net Zero Fuel Pathways, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore)

  • Additional speakers to be announced soon


Join us as we embark on a journey towards a cleaner, greener future for shipping. Together, let's turn aspirations into achievements.


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