2022 VIRTUAL Climate Week Forum
Sep. 20, 2022
ABOUT THE EVENT
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
10:00 AM New York time
Asset Values in a 2030 and 2050 world….Scenarios and Options
Marine Money is proud to kick off UN Climate Week and the Global Maritime Forum annual meeting with a free, on-line event catering specifically to issues affecting the ship finance community. This efficient session will give shipowners, investors, lenders and charterers an update on the current thinking on key issues impacting asset values, vessels economic and ship finance and investment. A don't miss session for anyone with skin in the game.
To Do: What Needs to be Accomplished by 2030 and 2050
Hauke Kite-Powell, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and Senior Analyst, Marsoft Inc.
Strategies for Improving How Your Vessels Score on CII and EEDI
Learn how Marsoft's Green Screen program can enable a vessel to improve its score on CII and EEDI tests while offsetting retrofit costs by securing carbon credits.
Erika Schiller, Vice President, Project Development, ClimeCo
Dr. Arlie Sterling, President, Marsoft Inc.
The Role of the Ship Registry
From IMO participation and leadership to supporting shipowner strategic incentives and actions, ship registries will be an important partner in helping owners meet the goals for 2030 and 2050.
Dallas Smith, Senior Vice President, Commercial, Head of LNG & Alternative Fuels, Liberian Registry
Stranded Assets: An Uncertain Future of LNG-fueled vessels
A new report soon to be released takes a close look at the LNG-fueled fleet, the options and competitiveness of these assets as the industry moves into a post fossil fuel 2030s.
Dr. Tristan Smith, Reader in Energy and Shipping, UCL Energy Institute, Director UMAS
Marie Fricaudet, Researcher UCL Energy Institute, Consultant UMAS
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