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Alternative Fuels Online Conference (3 hours)

Online Conference Alternative Fuels by DNV GL

Be part of our complimentary online conference and get an overview of the technical and regulatory landscape of the many alternative fuels for ships.

You can join us on 25 September for the full conference, from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon CEST, or step in for the presentations of your interest, whichever you like.

Register now, it is free of charge >>

Our agenda below covers diverse topics related to alternative fuels for ships.

Your presenters will be from DNV GL, Alfa Laval, Shell, Wärtsilä and Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment.

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Where:

FREE ONLINE CONFERENCE

When:

25 September 2019, 09:00 - 12:00

Agenda

You can join us on 25 September for the full conference, from 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon CEST, or step in for the presentations of your interest, whichever you like.

Register now, it is free of charge >>

Our agenda below covers diverse topics related to alternative fuels for ships.

Your presenters will be from DNV GL, Alfa Laval, Shell, Wärtsilä and Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment.

Agenda

Alternative Fuels Online Conference

Part 1

Presentations from DNV GL and industry experts

 

Welcome and introduction by DNV GL

1. Session: Status and trends for uptake of alternative fuels

  • Status on uptake of alternative fuels (LNG, scrubber, battery)
  • Overview of the Alternative Fuels Insights platform

Speaker

Martin Wold, DNV GL

Senior Consultant, Environment Advisory

2. Session: Operational experience of scrubbers

  • Lessons learned in the field - process & design improvements after 10 years
  • Scrubber maintenance and operation, what does it require?
  • What to do in case of scrubber breakdowns?
  • Compliance reporting, how does that work?

Speaker

Erik Haveman, Alfa Laval

Sales Director, Exhaust Gas Cleaning

3. Session: The IMO GHG strategy - implications for regulations and alternative fuels

  • Meeting the IMO 2050 GHG reduction ambition will require substantial introduction of non-fossil fuels – how can the IMO provide and prepare for a fuel shift pathway?

Speaker

Sveinung Oftedal, Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment

Specialist Director and Chair of the IMO GHG Working Group

4. Session: Comparison of alternative marine fuels - options and limitations

  • Key findings from DNV GL’s recent study for SEA\LNG
  • Comparison of alternative fuels on a set of key parameters such as energy density, CAPEX, fuel price, GHG emissions and local emssions

Speaker

Jon Anders Ryste, DNV GL

Senior Consultant, Environment Advisory

5. Session: Maritime Forecast to 2050 - insights from the third edition

  • Barriers and bridging philosophy
  • Which alternative fuels are likely to be more competitive in the long term
  • DNV GL’s newly published energy mix forecasts for shipping towards 2050

Speaker

Tore Longva, DNV GL

Principal Consultant, Regulatory Affairs

6. Session: LNG's pathway to decarbonization

  • The journey from LNG to LBG and synthetic methane in the future

Speaker

Krishna Achuthanandam, Shell

Business Development Manager DLNG Americas

7. Session: Fuel flexibility for ships with dual fuel engines

  • Wärtsilä fuel strategy and R&D program on hydrogen, ammonia, synthetic gas and VOC
  • LNG as a key enabler to start the energy transition
  • System design and fuel flexibility – tanker case study

Speaker

Sebasitiaan Bleuanus, Wärtsilä

General Manager Technology Strategy & Innovation, Marine Power Systems

Wrap up of the online conference

Speaker

DNV GL