Charting a Course for Decarbonizing Maritime Transport

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Charting a Course for Decarbonizing Maritime Transport

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Tor Svensen

Sorry Tristian, but one experimental engine in 2025 does not mean that we have infrastructure and green fuels available globally. This will take another decade. Academic thinking is great, but needed to be rooted in some reality...
Fri, 04/23/2021 - 08:21
Tor Svensen

Bio-methane is being dismissed without proper analysis. We have huge amounts of Bio-waste in most countries that could be converted to bio-gas instead of going to land-fills or incinerators. Is this not a logical way to go?
Fri, 04/23/2021 - 08:21
Nicola Ritsch

We close today’s event with remarks from Johannah Christensen, the Managing Director and Head of Projects & Programs of the Global Maritime Forum (@glmforum). She will help bring all of the topics covered in the session together and will provide some concluding remarks.
Fri, 04/23/2021 - 08:26
Chris Crawley

Question for Tristan or Christian - while some solutions such as wind give substantial energy efficiency improvements, others provide benefits that are in the 1-3% range. Things like route and speed optimization, hull paints, better propellers, low friction oil additives. Do you feel like the measurement technologies and analytical tools are able to accurately measure the improvements those technologies provide given the variations from ship to ship and voyage to voyage?
Fri, 04/23/2021 - 08:27

More on the pilot project mapping here:
Fri, 04/23/2021 - 08:33

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