Maritime

WEBINAR: MEPC 75 – mandatory CO2 reduction measures to affect all maritime stakeholders

WEBINAR: MEPC 75 - mandatory CO2 reduction measures to affect all maritime stakeholders

All eyes are on the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee’s (MEPC) meeting scheduled for 16‒20 November.

The long-awaited initial package of mandatory CO2 reduction measures that will be enforced across the global fleet is expected to be approved. The implications of the meeting are far-reaching and will affect all stakeholders in maritime shipping.

This webinar will present the main outcomes from the virtual MEPC 75 meeting:

  • CO2 reduction measures
    • Design index for existing ships (EEXI),
    • Enhanced management plan (SEEMP)
    • Carbon intensity rating scheme
  • Accelerated EEDI schedule
  • Highlights from other topics

The presenters are Eirik Nyhus, Director Environment and Tore Longva, Principal Consultant, both from DNV GL, Regulatory Affairs.

Choose between two sessions on 26 November 2020:

09:00 - 10:00 a.m. or 4.00 - 5:00 p.m. CET (Central European Time)

Sign up now >>

All registrants will get access to the recording and slide deck afterwards.

The long-awaited initial package of mandatory CO2 reduction measures that will be enforced across the global fleet is expected to be approved. The implications of the meeting are far-reaching and will affect all stakeholders in maritime shipping.

This webinar will present the main outcomes from the virtual MEPC 75 meeting:

  • CO2 reduction measures
    • Design index for existing ships (EEXI),
    • Enhanced management plan (SEEMP)
    • Carbon intensity rating scheme
  • Accelerated EEDI schedule
  • Highlights from other topics

The presenters are Eirik Nyhus, Director Environment and Tore Longva, Principal Consultant, both from DNV GL, Regulatory Affairs.

Choose between two sessions on 26 November 2020:

09:00 - 10:00 a.m. or 4.00 - 5:00 p.m. CET (Central European Time)

Sign up now >>

All registrants will get access to the recording and slide deck afterwards.