Companies & organisations already confirmed to attend include:
Acrelormittal | Anek Lines | Ardmore Shipping | Bomin Group | Bureau Vertias | Charles Taylor & co. | Chevron Oronite | Danish Ship Finance | Danish Shipping | DFDS | ExxonMobil Gard AS | Haltermann Carless | Hill Dickinson | IBIA | IEA | IMO | Infineum UK | Lloyd's List Intelligence | Northern Marine Group | Port of Rotterdam | Port of Antwerp | Port of Barcelona | Shell Chemicals
Network with a select group of maritime professionals representing a full range of stakeholders: shipowners & managers, regulators & ports, bunker suppliers & market analysts, financial legal and insurance specialists.
Poul Woodall | Adapting to Emission Regulations
The discussions about greenhouse gas emission reductions showed that stakeholders take global sustainability seriously. However, shipping is not taking decisions lightly, as there are plenty of challenges ahead.
So will the industry adapt? We spoke to Poul Woodall, Director of Environment and Sustainability at DFDS about the matter. Woodall has a positive outlook, but stays realistic about long-term GHG reduction goals.
Feedback from shipowners
Head directly from shipowners on their views for the next steps in the industry. Following our GST & Shipping 2030 Conference in Copenhagen our Ship-Owner experts gave us their views on the next steps for the industry, and impact for future operations. Join us at Future Fuels for 2020 to hear more, and get the latest news from the IMO.