Webinars

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Scaling and Accelerating Progress

Combining wind propulsion and other clean technologies with voyage optimisation

  How will technology integration help the shipping industry to maximise vessel and voyage efficiencies and reach its net zero goals both faster, and – vitally – smarter?   REGISTER HERE   Date: Wednesday 15th June 2022 Time: 13:00 BST/ 14:00 CEST/ 15:00 EEST   Norsepower is hosting a panel discussion where participants will challenge conventional thinking around clean technology investment, a market that has often been characterised by investments in one single technology, with financial decisions often based upon on antiquated payback algorithms. Panellists will highlight the variety of drivers challenging the industry to decarbonise: the anticipated cost of carbon as a tax or levy, increasing fuel costs as new, low carbon fuels emerge, pending EEXI and CII regulations, and ‘demand side’ ESG drivers from shippers, banks and other stakeholders.   • What do you see as the key drivers for decarbonisation in shipping: the anticipated cost of carbon as a tax or levy, increasing fuel costs as new, low carbon fuels emerge, pending EEXI and CII regulations, ‘demand side’ ESG drivers from shippers, banks and other stakeholders?   • What is the scale of the opportunity for multiple clean technologies, including wind propulsion, working in tandem with voyage optimisation?   • Is it time to rethink the ‘payback period’ investment model, especially when looking at multiple technology investment?  

Panellists

 

  • Tuomas Riski, CEO, Norsepower  
  • Pekka Pakkanen, NAPA's Executive Vice President, Shipping Solutions  
  • Frederik Pind, Managing Director Njord – Maersk Tankers  

Moderator

 

  • Alisdair Pettigrew, Director, BLUE Communications

Going beyond Compliance

Harnessing the wind to meet IMO’s EEXI regulations and increasing demand for higher ESG standards

  How can the design and installation of Rotor Sails and other clean technologies help meet known and unknown regulatory drivers and future-proof the global fleet?   Registration   Date: Wednesday 8th September 2021 Time: 13:00 BST/ 14:00 CEST/ 15:00 EEST   Panellists will explore potential market consolidation during the transition to net zero and the commercial and regulatory drivers impacting decision making for developing resilient fleets. With the prospect of regional regulation and rising commercially driven forces, shipping faces an unprecedented challenge to decarbonise that will require the sector to invest in new initiatives driven by push and pull effects.   What are the near-term challenges for ship owners and operators in meeting imminent EEXI and CII requirements and how can these be overcome?   How can ship owner and charterers collaborate better to reach favourable commercial agreements whilst working towards environmental goals?   How can the industry future-proof against ESG demands and higher fuel costs?   Panellists  

  • Tuomas Riski, CEO, Norsepower  
  • Aude Leblanc, Technology Leader, Sustainable Shipping, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore  
  • Kris Fumberger, Sustainability Manager, RightShip  
  • Gavin Allwright, Secretary General, International WindShip Association (IWSA)   Moderator  
  • Alisdair Pettigrew, Director, BLUE Communications

Powering shipping’s newbuild decarbonisation drive

  Outlining the challenges and benefits of incorporating wind and other clean technologies into newbuild designs to power shipping’s decarbonisation drive   Register here: https://www.bigmarker.com/blue-insight/NORSEPOWER-Powering-shipping-s-newbuild-decarbonisation-drive   Date: Wednesday 27th January 2021   Time: 9am GMT / 10am CET / 11am EET   Speakers on behalf of Norsepower, DNV-GL and Deltamarin will be discussing how newbuild vessels can benefit from clean technology, particularly in meeting regulatory deadlines in the near future, and future targets that could come into play. From planning to installation, this webinar explains what the industry can expect to achieve from clean technology and how to make new vessels as fuel efficient as possible.  

  • What do shipyards consider when designing and building vessels including wind propulsion systems?
  • With operational fuel optimisation increasingly vital in meeting GHG emission targets, are shipyards doing enough to allow access to more clean technology?
  • How can the design and installation of Rotor Sails and other clean technologies be done in an efficient way for newbuildings?
  • What are the advantages / disadvantages of newbuild installation of Rotor Sails versus retrofitting?
  • What fuel savings can be expected when installing Rotor Sails and other clean technologies available today, on new build vessels?   Panellists   Tuomas Riski, CEO, Norsepower   Hasso Hoffmeister, Senior Principal Engineer, DNV-GL   Esa Jokioinen, Sales and Marketing Director, Deltamarin   Moderator   Alisdair Pettigrew, Director, BLUE Communications

Maersk Pelican project

  Date: Wednesday 24th June 2020   Time: 8am ET / 1pm BST/ 2pm CET   The installation of two Norsepower Rotor Sails on the Maersk Pelican was widely viewed as a significant step forward for the progress of wind propulsion technology in shipping. This webinar discusses how wind power can play a crucial role in meeting 2030 and 2050 decarbonisation goals.  

  • What was the journey from initial contact to installation to fuel verified test results?
  • What can be taken from this project and how can you get involved?
  • What role will wind power play in meeting shipping’s decarbonisation goals?   The panellists share what the industry can be learned from utilising wind propulsion technology and the value in the measurement and verification process.   Panellists   Tuomas Riski, CEO, Norsepower   Tommy Thomassen, CTO, Maersk Tankers   Dr Chris Craddock, Technical Advisory & Ship Performance Manager, Lloyd’s Register   Stephen Brown, Technology, Innovation & Decarbonisation Manager, Shell   Moderator   Alisdair Pettigrew, Director, BLUE Communications