Future-proofing vessels in a changing environment safeguards profitability, competitiveness and helps mitigate carbon risks. In the newly launched Maritime Forecast to 2050 publication, we see that the short-term policy measures and regulations under discussion at the IMO will impact businesses in 2023. To achieve the 2050 goals, there is a need for a large-scale development and deployment of carbon-neutral fuels.
In this episode of the Live from Singapore Webinar Series, our host and panellists deep dive into the changing energy landscape within the Maritime Industry and how it affects shipping.
This session covers,
- Decarbonization scenario-based assessment
- GHG Pathway Model
- Future fuel mix
- Consequences for ship owners
The host for this session was Martin Cartwright, Business Development Manager, Region South East Asia, Pacific and India, and panellists included Tore Longva, Principal Consultant and Lead Author of Maritime Forecast to 2050, Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager, Region South East Asia, Pacific & India as well as Dr. Shahrin Osman, Regional Head of Maritime Advisory, South East Asia, Pacific & India, all from DNV GL - Maritime.