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Webinar: Shipping’s decarbonisation challenge – the role of technology and digitalisation.

Webinar: Shipping’s decarbonisation challenge – the role of technology and digitalisation.
As part of Hong Kong Maritime Week Seatrade Maritime News is hosting a webinar on shipping’s decarbonisation challenge – the role of technology and digitalisation.

This free to attend webinar on 5 November (4pm HKT/8am BST) brings together a high-level panel of shipowners and managers along with leading experts in digitalisation and technology to discuss how they are meeting the challenges of decarbonising their operations and lessons the wider industry can learn from their experiences. 

You will hear from:

Dr Shahrin Osman Regional Head of Maritime Advisory, Director, Maritime Decarbonisation & Autonomy CoE (Singapore/Asia-Pac) DNV

Carsten B. Ostenfeldt Chief Operating Officer, Asia, Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd & INTERTANKO Council Member

Max Song Founder, Carbonbase

Captain Zhou Jianfeng Managing Director, Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings Limited

In a panel moderated by Marcus Hand Editor, Seatrade Maritime News discussion will focus on the increasing focus on making the industry carbon neutral by 2050, and importantly,  how does shipping get there, and what shipowners and managers are doing to reduce emissions today to set their operations on that path to carbon neutrality.

Technology plays a key role in reducing emissions from daily operations with an array of digital tools that can optimise vessels and help meet new reporting standards, combined with onboard technologies that can reduce emissions.

Register for the webinar here now

 

 

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