Navigating the Future: Achieving Zero-Emission Shipping by 2050

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Date: Wednesday 29th May
Doors open:  17:30
Discussion: 18:00 – 19:00
Mingling: 19:00 – 20:30
Place: Schjødt Advokatfirma, Tordenskiolds gate 12 ,0201 Oslo


Over 80% of the volume of international trade in goods is carried by sea, and the percentage is even higher for most developing countries. Zero or near-zero GHG emission technologies, fuels and/or energy sources will need to represent at least 5%, striving for 10% of the energy used by international shipping by 2030.

Various clean fuels, including ammonia, methanol, biofuels, synthetic fuels, hydrogen, and battery electric technology, present viable options, each with its unique advantages and challenges.

Join our panel of esteemed experts to discuss:

  • What can the UK and Norway learn from each other when it comes to scaling zero-emission shipping?
  • What are the barriers still to be overcome for wide-scale adoption of zero-emission fuels?
  • Public private partnerships to accelerate zero-emission investments.
  • Training the next generation of mariners on zero-emission technologies and operations. 

We look forward to seeing you there.


SPEAKERS: more to be confirmed


Clare Filshie, Deputy Head of Mission, The British Embassy in Oslo



Madadh Maclaine, Secretary General, Zero Emissions Ship Technology Association (ZESTAS)




Robert Haugen, Managing Director Hexagon Purus MaritimeCamilla Bråfelt, Partner Schjødt, Shipping and Oil Services




Håkon Borud (moderator), Chair of the BNCC, Partner at First House, Former News Editor at Aftenposten




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