19 Σεπτεμβρίου 2022
|09:00 - 18:35||
EU-Shipping-BCE: ‘The role of Low Carbon Fuels in Decarbonising Maritime Transport’ - Day1
09.00 – 10.00 | Opening Session
10.00 – 11.30 | Decarbonisation Policies
Mr Paolo Frankl, IEA | ONLINE
Ms Fotini Ioannidou, Head of Unit, European Commission, DG MOVE | ONLINE
Mr John Cooper, Fuels Europe
Mr Laurent Hamou, ELENGY
Mr John Kokarakis, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore Division
Mr Antonis Trakakis, RINA Hellas
11.30 – 11.40 | Q&A
11.40 – 12.10 | Coffee Break and Networking
12.10- 13.00 | Panel Discussion: Which appropriate policy tools exist to increase effectiveness of the current decarbonisation strategies?
13.00-14.00 | Lunch Break and Networking
14.15-15.30 | Low Carbon Fuels and resources
Ms Stella Bezergianni, CERTH
Mr Eric van den Heuvel, studio Gear-Up
Mr Angel Alberdi, EWABA
Mr Epaminondas Mastorakos, University of Cambridge | SPONSOR
Mr Lefteris Sdoukopoulos, CERTH &
15.30-17.00 | Low Carbon Fuels and resources (continues)
Mr Paolo Corvo, BF Partners
Mr Alexis Litinas, ELIN VERD | SPONSOR
Mr Yvon Bernard, AXENS
Mr Panos Kouris, VERTORO | ONLINE
Mr Stelios Bikos, Energy Competence Centre
Ms Nagamani T, Bureau of Indian Standards | ONLINE
17.00-17.10 | Q&A
17.10-17.30 | Coffee Break. and Networking
17.30-18.30 | Panel Discussion: “How should stakeholders work together, to build the supply and value chains, from primary resources, through to engine room?”
20 Σεπτεμβρίου 2022
|09:00 - 18:15||
EU-Shipping-BCE: ‘The role of Low Carbon Fuels in Decarbonising Maritime Transport’ - Day2
09.00-10.00 | Research policies and demonstration projects
Ms Maria Georgiadou, European Commission, DG RTD
Mr Matteo Prussi, Politecnico di Torino
Mr Patrick, Crehan, CKA SRL
Mr Leonidas Ntziachristos, EMISIA | SPONSOR
Ms. Nicole Wermuth | ONLINE
Mr Patrick Reumerman, BTG
Mrs Myrsini Christou, CRES
Mr Mikal Dahle, Kolumbus
11.00-11.10 | Q&A
11.10-11.40 | Coffee Break and Networking
11.40-12.40 | Panel Discussion: The necessity for increased research funding
12.40-13.30 | Lunch Break and Networking
13.30-14.30 | The oil Majors and their maritime decarbonization strategies
Mrs. Maria – Christina Limberaki, Motor Oil Hellas | SPONSOR
Ms Liana Gouta Hellenic Petroleum Holdings
Mr Nikos Liapis, ELIN
Mr Antonis Kokossis & Spyros J. Kiartzis, NTUA/EKO
14.30-14.40 | Q&A
14.40-15.00 | Coffee Break and Networking
15.00-16.00 | First Movers
Mr Charles Haskell, Lloyd’s Register
Mr George Papaioannides and Joseph Lefakis, Saronic Ferries
Ms Charis Plakantonaki, Star Bulk Carriers tbc
16.00-16.10 | Q&A
16.10-17.10 | Panel Discussion: Will the oil Majors lead the way or the First Movers?
21 Σεπτεμβρίου 2022
|09:00 - 13:45||
EU-Shipping-BCE: ‘The role of Low Carbon Fuels in Decarbonising Maritime Transport’ - Day3
Decarbonising Maritime Transport is an urgent issue and needs attention by all involved stakeholders.
The Conference will address the available strategies in decarbonising maritime transport and the role of the existing and expected low carbon fuels along with their value chains.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented and arduous disturbance and turmoil to all aspects of life, health, societal inclusion, work, energy, all forms of transport, and the environment. Recovering from the ongoing pandemic continues to be an uphill battle for all, while the role of low carbon fuels in general and renewable energy sources has increased and intensified in the energy market. Before the global community could recover from the pandemic, the cruel war in Ukraine brought further destabilisation and havoc, especially in the energy and fuels markets.
Although the COP26 at Glasgow did not result in assurances that the target of 1.5°C will be achieved, it moved the global community in the right direction. However, the recent developments in Ukraine and the increased reliance on fossil fuels has brought uncertainties as to whether the decarbonisation targets will be met.
Maritime transport has been particularly hit, and now the urgency for the deployment of low carbon fuels is greater than ever. In the context of all these uncertainties and disorders, the opportunities for low carbon and renewable fuels to play a central role in the decarbonisation strategies of all nations are even greater.
Although the opportunities for low carbon and renewable fuels are significant, at the same time the maritime sector has never before faced so many obstacles and barriers to deploy innovative technologies into the various markets for low carbon products and services.
The EU-Shipping-BCE: The role of Low Carbon Fuels in Decarbonising Maritime Transport conference has been designed with the goal of addressing the opportunities and obstacles in a coherent and realistic manner, aiming to allow the stakeholders to design appropriate decarbonisation strategies for their maritime operations. The Conference will provide the opportunity for policy makers, the shipping industry, engine manufacturers, harbours, low carbon fuels providers, the academic world, and the European citizens to meet in an intensive three-day programme to exchange views and debate strategies.
Join your peers and other stakeholders from the diverse facets of the global maritime world and contribute to the debate on how to overcome the barriers we face so that the shipping community can deliver the impacts needed for European and global citizens