SNIC – Innovate to Zero in the Maritime and Offshore sector

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“Reaching Net Zero by 2050 is the greatest investment challenge of all time. It is also the greatest maritime challenge. And the greatest innovation challenge”

Yngve Slyngstad, former CEO of the Norwegian Souvereign Welfare Fund at SNIC 2022

Engage in-person with fellow industry leaders in maritime and offshore sector at SNIC 2023 – Innovate to Zero to drive innovation and development to reach Net Zero in the maritime and offshore industry.

Join us at this conference to discuss four pressing questions:

  • Digital infrastructure: How can we advance digital infrastructure to underpin innovation?
  • Green financing: How can green financing support innovation?
  • Carbon capture: How to make carbon capture a viable solution for ships and industry?
  • Clean power: How to provide the energy transition with enough clean power to produce the alternative fuels?

SNIC 2023 – Innovate to Zero welcomes solution providers, shipowners, cargo owners, ship managers, financial institutions, regulators and government authorities from Singapore and Norway.

Be part of the transformation!

Early bird tickets 30% off!
SGD 160 /SGD 110
You get your SNIC 2023 - Innovate to Zero with 30% discount by signing up before 20 June
Early bird tickets SGD 165 (ordinary price SGD 235)
Early bird tickets NBAS-members 110 (ordinary price SGD 160)
Please note we sell the tickets first come, first serve. Purchased tickets are-nonrefundable




08:00 amDoors open. Registration and networking
0900 amWelcoming, opening remarks, political speeches, keynotes from regulators (MPA, Norwegian Maritime Authority)

President NBAS, Leonard Stornes
Ambassador H.E Eivind S. Homme
Politicians, regulators

0945 amAdvancing the digital infrastructure

  • Discover cutting-edge digital infrastructure innovations that drive optimization and net-zero emissions in the maritime sector.
  • Explore AI, machine learning, and advanced data analytics for enhanced efficiency and emissions reduction.
10.45 amCoffee and tea break, networking
11.15 amRethinking green financing 

  • Maximize green and to mobilize resources and propel the maritime sector towards a sustainable and carbon-neutral future.
  • New instrument: Transition financing
12.30 pmNetworking lunch – disussion groups
1.30 pmIs carbon capture a viable solution for ships?

  • Discover how ships and ports can adopt carbon capture technologies to effectively reduce emissions.
  • Explore the current state of affairs in carbon capture and its innovative applications for captured CO2 utilization.
 2.30 pmSnic – Innovation Awards:

  • Innovative Maritime Technology Award: Recognizing solutions/products driving efficiency, sustainability, and decarbonization.
  • Best Adopter Award: Acknowledging successful implementation of technology/solutions for positive impact.
  • Promising Technology Award: Celebrating pilot-stage innovations with commercial potential and future impact.

 2.55pmOur partner’s initiatives
3.15 pmCoffee and tea break, networking
3.45 pmHow to provide the energy transition with clean power? 

  • How can the maritime industry support the energy transition amid global electricity shortages?
  • Explore solutions for generating sufficient clean power for alternative fuels and accelerating sustainable power production.
  • Assess the progress, timeline, and adoption of clean power for decarbonization.
4.55 pmAppreciation and event closing


Anders Hegre, Executive Director NBAS

5.00 pmSNIC 2023 – Innovate to Zero, ends
5.00 pmPotential cocktail reception, pending sponsor

” We spend a lot of time this days in the shipping sector to discuss which fuel is the best for shipping, but what we really should be discussing is the access to renewable electricity.”

Erik Hjortland, VP Technology, Odfjell management AS at SNIC 2022