PHOTOS FROM THE EVENT
NBAS, The Norwegian Embassy in Singapore and Innovation Norway are excited to invite you to an in-person event , focusing on the decarbonization of the maritime industry, a topic of great importance to ship owners, ship managers solution providers, finance institutions and law firms and other parts of the maritime industry.
A special thanks to Singapore Shipping Association who has joined the event as a supporting organization!
As we work our way toward a more sustainable future, it is vital that the industry complies with the regulations established by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
At this event, we will dicuss the IMO regulations for decarbonization in the maritime industry. The event features influential leaders such as Mr. Sveinung Oftedal from IMO, Ms. Catrine Vestereng, the Vice President and Global Segment Director for Tankers in DNV, Nishant Dhyani, Head of Fleet Efficiency, Swire Shipping and Swire Bulk, and Mr. Laurence Odfjell, the Chair of Odfjell SE, a major player in seaborne transportation and storage of chemicals. Their expertise and insights will bring great value to the discussions.
They will share their insights and experiences on these key areas:
- Understanding the background and purpose of Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI), the Existing Ship Energy Efficiency Index (EEXI), and the Carbon Intensity Index (CII),
- Best practices and challenges in complying with IMO regulations
- Feedback to IMO and opportunities for improvement.
The event will be moderated by seasoned maritime professional Ronny Waage and will take place on 7 March at Techlab by Innovation Norway. Doors open at 4:00 PM, with the event starting promptly at 4:30 PM and concluding at 6:00 PM. Following the event, there will be a social gathering with food and drinks, providing a great opportunity to network and connect with fellow professionals in the industry.
While the event will primarily be in-person, we also welcome remote contributions from those unable to attend in person.
Don’t miss this opportunity to join industry leaders in discussing the future of decarbonization in the maritime industry. We look forward to seeing you there!
If you are not able to join us in person, you are welcome to register to join the event virtually. You can sign up for the virtual version here.
Please note: Seats are limitied, and its first come, first serve. Fees are non-refunable
|Doors open. Registration
|Welcoming and opening remarks (virtual event opens)
|President NBAS, Leonard Stornes
Ambassador H.E Eivind S. Homme
|Driving clean energy: Singapore-Norway partnerships for innovation and commercial viability
|Director Paul Kastmann, Innovation Norway
|From the IMO-perspective: Purpose and background for the current IMO-rules. What are the planned changes in 2023.
|Sveinung Oftedal, IMO
|From a shipowner’s perspective: Everything you need to know about the Carbon Intensity Index
|Nishant Dhyani, Head of Fleet Efficiency, Swire Shipping and Swire Bulk
|Dialogue moderated by Ronny Waage:
Compliance with the IMO-rules, best practise, and pitfalls. What changes does the industry want to see in the IMO-rules?
|Catrine Vestereng, Vice President and Business Director for Tankers, Maritime at DNV,
Laurence Odfjell, Chair, Odfjell SE
|Fireside chat: Takeaways from the discussion – what I bring back to the IMO-table
|Sveinung Oftedal in dialogue with Ronny Waage
|Appreciation and event closing (virtual event ends)
|Anders Hegre, Executive Director NBAS
|We go down to floor 1 in Hong Leong to Amesing tapas bar for further discussions, and networking over tapas, bar snacks and drinks.