Mai 31 bis Jun 01

LNG and beyond: Global challenges, sustainable solutions

A trilateral matchmaking conference for pioneers in the maritime sector

This year our trilateral event, which will be hosted at Yara International ASA, will bring together specialists, market participants and policy makers from the maritime sector that aim to make maritime logistics more sustainable. We will address upcoming trends and projects from Norway, Germany and The Netherlands, technology and future business models that impact the transportation industry. Possibilities for funding projects will be introduced and an outlook on tomorrow’s short sea shipping will be given (e.g. battery propulsion, fuel cell systems, etc.).

We look forward to many lively conversations, knowledge sharing and networking opportunities at this year's event. Site visits will give you a first-hand insight from Norway.

Program 

31st of May: Conference Day

11:30-12:00: Registration and coffee

12.00-12.15: Welcome & Introduction

  • Manuel Kliese, Innovation Norway                     
  • Yara International ASA
  • Moderator: Patrick Cnubben, LNG & H2 New Energy Coalition

12.15-13-45LNG projects and market developments: Reducing emissions in the North and Baltic Sea region

  • An integrated LNG value chain – example from Norway
    Egil Rensvik, Norwegian LNG Network
  • On the way to Germany’s first LNG import terminal
    Marcel Tijhuis, Business Development, German LNG Terminal GmbH
  • Synergies with the LNG Terminal in Brunsbuettel
    Julia Lindland, Managing Director, Yara Brunsbüttel GmbH
  • The Maritime Energy Transition; LNG is pointing the way to the future of Shipping
    Thorsten Lehmann, Managing Director MAN Hamburg and Head of Region Europe Engine & Marine Systems / Chair of the German Maritime LNG Platform
  • LNG supply chain development and bunkering processes
    Marieke Knook, Business Development Manager, Shell Downstream LNG; Boardmember Dutch National LNG Platform 
  • Q&A session

13.45-14.30: Lunch break

14.30-16.00: From Idea to Installation: Developing and Financing LNG projects

  • Flag and owner neutral NOx Fund support
    Rouzbeh Rasai, The Norwegian NOx Fund 
  • Enabling LNG Projects with Jettyless Transfer
    Magnus Eikens, CCO, Connect LNG AS
  • Innovation for the track - Breaking new ground in LNG supply
    Heinz Jürgen Hiller, Head of International Operations, VTG Rail Europe GmbH
  • LNG Game Changer: A LNG powered hopper dredger and new developments
    Harald Rügebregt, Manager Research & Consultancy, Conoship International BV
  • Experiences of an LNG supplier: Case studies of tailor-made supply chains for maritime customers
    Jan Schubert, Senior Manager Sales & Business Development, Nauticor
  • Discussion

16.00-16.30: Coffee break

16.30-17.45: Looking beyond LNG: European short sea shipping of tomorrow

  • The world’s first autonomous zero emission ship becomes operative in 2019 
    Merete Østby, Yara Norge AS
  • Liquefied hydrogen- a feasible alternative for the maritime industry?
    Kristian Vik; Norwegian Hydrogenforum 
  • Bio LNG developments
    Patrick Cnubben, LNG & H2 New Energy Coalition; Boardmember Dutch National LNG Platform 
  • Electrifying the maritime sector - Urban Water Shuttle and learnings from the world’s first battery driven ferry Ampere
    Edmund Tolo, Fjellstrand 
  • Discussion

17.45: Roundup of the day

18.00: Walk to the German Norwegian Chamber of Commerce

18.30-21.30: Networking reception
                      Finger food and drinks, meet & talk

1st of June: Field visits: Transforming the transport sector

08.30: Departure of bus
German-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce
Drammensveien 111B

09.00-10.30: Wilhelmsen: Visit the Maritime Innovation Lab
Meeting the future industry challenges – how working with partners and start-ups trigger innovation, new technologies and business models

11.15-13.00: ZEM AS at ZEMs HQ at DNVGL Campus, Høvik
A briefing on recent trends in battery developments – with practical examples

Lunch

13.30-14.15 (in Oslo City Hall)
Oslo’s strategy towards a zero emission harbour
Kjetil Lund, Vice Mayor for Business Development and Public Ownership in the City of Oslo. 

14.30-16.00 Norled: on board the LNG driven ferry
Fossil free 2020: The impact of Oslo’s public transport company to reach the zero emission goals and the role of LNG in this transition process

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