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Presenting the Maritime Forecast to 2050 at LISW 2019

Energy Transition Outlook - Maritime Forecast to 2050

At London International Shipping Week (LISW) 2019, DNV GL presents the third edition of its Maritime Forecast to 2050.

Part of the Energy Transition Outlook series, our Maritime Forecast to 2050 report offers guidance, highlights trends and provides valuable insights into the world’s changing energy landscape.

Our latest edition of the Maritime Forecast to 2050 takes its focus from the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction (GHG) strategy. It examines the effects the strategy will have on alternative fuels and the continuing drive for greater energy efficiency. Our new barometers show the status of the world’s fleet in terms of decarbonization and the readiness of alternative fuels to scale up to meet wider demand.

As we head toward 2050, our model suggests that the industry will be characterized by increasing diversity in fuel choices. We will see a wider range of alternative and carbon-neutral fuels – such as ammonia, biofuels and hydrogen – finding a place alongside traditional bunkers and the most established alternatives like LNG.

Join us!

With new important insights into energy supply, demand and infrastructure development, as well as the impact of digitalization and clean energy technologies, you can explore and discuss the energy transition with senior executives from the maritime industry.

Join DNV GL – Maritime’s CEO Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, alongside business leaders from ship operations, finance, and market research, who will offer their perspectives in a discussion of the highlights and main insights of the report.

Register now

Part of the Energy Transition Outlook series, our Maritime Forecast to 2050 report offers guidance, highlights trends and provides valuable insights into the world’s changing energy landscape.

Our latest edition of the Maritime Forecast to 2050 takes its focus from the IMO’s greenhouse gas reduction (GHG) strategy. It examines the effects the strategy will have on alternative fuels and the continuing drive for greater energy efficiency. Our new barometers show the status of the world’s fleet in terms of decarbonization and the readiness of alternative fuels to scale up to meet wider demand.

As we head toward 2050, our model suggests that the industry will be characterized by increasing diversity in fuel choices. We will see a wider range of alternative and carbon-neutral fuels – such as ammonia, biofuels and hydrogen – finding a place alongside traditional bunkers and the most established alternatives like LNG.

Join us!

With new important insights into energy supply, demand and infrastructure development, as well as the impact of digitalization and clean energy technologies, you can explore and discuss the energy transition with senior executives from the maritime industry.

Join DNV GL – Maritime’s CEO Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, alongside business leaders from ship operations, finance, and market research, who will offer their perspectives in a discussion of the highlights and main insights of the report.

Register now

Agenda

Events DNV GL is hosting:

Day 1

Wednesday, 11 September 2019

 

Registration and coffee

Welcome and executive update: The impact of the energy transition for shipping

Speaker

Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen

CEO, DNV GL – Maritime

Introduction to the Maritime Forecast to 2050: The report examines the effects of a changing energy landscape on the shipping and offshore industries and how owners and operators can ensure their future competitiveness through a flexible approach

Speaker

Øyvind Endresen

Environmental Consultant, DNV GL – Maritime

Uptake of alternative fuels and technologies: An update from DNV GL’s AFI platform

Speaker

Christos Chryssakis

Business Development Manager, DNV GL – Maritime

The finance view: How shipping banks’ GHG focus impacts business and the fleet of the future

The shipowners’ view: How to make your fleet future-proof

Panel discussion and Q&A

Summary

Coffee and get together