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The Maritime Podcast Rewind - Decarbonisation

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Over the last year The Maritime Podcast has featured guests from the across the industry discussing a wide variety of topics. As the year draws to a close we are grouping podcasts covering specific sectors on The Maritime Podcast Rewind and today we are focusing on decarbonisation.

In November The Maritime Podcast had the pleasure of talking to Prof Lynn Loo, CEO of the Global Centre of Maritime Decarbonisation, and Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager South East Asia, Pacific and India, Maritime for DNV. The lively discussion covered the role of the newly established GCMD in Singapore and the voyage of decarbonising shipping. Listen Now

In October the return of in-person events at CMA Shipping 2021 gave Seatrade Maritime News the opportunity to seek the views of leading North American executives on decarbonisation of the industry. The episode includes Lois Zabrocky, President & CEO, International Seaways, Inc. and Morten Arntzen, Executive Chairman, Team Tankers InternationalListen Now

Earlier in October on the Maritime Podcast Claudia Ohlmeier, President of WISTA Germany, talked to Marcus Hand, Seatrade Maritime News Editor, ahead of the WISTA International AGM and Conference in Hamburg. Decarbonising the industry was one of the major themes of this conversation and the conference itself. Listen Now

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