GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

5 Apr 2017
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Expert Views

Beyond low-sulfur and high-technology

energy

Galen Hon, Principal at the PoliSea Group, provides forecast about the future of energy in shipping taking into account the disruptive changes that have started to affect industry as well. High technology shows the path towards a decarbonized future offering many options such as hydrogen power. Mr. Hon believes that we are not far away from the transition to the hydrogen era and he emphasizes that flexibility in design is needed more than ever for a successful energy evolution.

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The best is yet to come for LNG

Sean Lalani, President, Eagle LNG Partners, talks about the prospects of micro-liquefaction in shipping and refers to his company’s new project in Jacksonville, FL where a domestic natural gas liquefaction plant is currently under construction.

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Environmental balance sheet: an alternative option for EU

Blue Baltics

Poul Woodall, DFDS, suggests an alternative way for EU to allocate funds to projects, such as TEN-T and CEF, based on assessment of their environmental performance rather than their financial expenditure. Mr Woodall calls it 'environmental balance sheet' and supports that it could be a major incentive for the partners of these projects to make them more efficient and valuable to society.

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Collaboration is the key towards sustainable shipping

Green Award Foundation

Capt. Dimitrios Mattheou, Chairman, Green Award Foundation, discusses about the core priorities in Green Award’s agenda for tackling the latest environmental challenges and calls for all industry stakeholders to continue to adopt “Greener” practices aiming for a sustainable future of shipping. Capt. Mattheou says that the success of the initiative could be attributed to its support for effective collaboration towards industry stakeholders.

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LNG is the best fuel option for payback in the long term

project

In an exclusive interview with GREEN4SEA, Antonis Trakakis, Arista Shipping outlines the benefits of using LNG as marine fuel and notes that with the implementation of the Global Sulphur Cap, the economics will be the catalyst in operator’s decision for the best fuel option. Considering that LNG itself comes at very low cost, it is the delivery cost that makes it comparable to fuel. Should the availability of LNG been widespread as for liquid fuel, then LNG would be the obvious selection.

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How SEA\LNG works towards widespread adoption of LNG

shell

Steve Esau, General Manager, SEA\LNG, explains what the GREEN4SEA Initiative Award means for the coalition. The SEA\LNG coalition was the winner of the award this year for its efforts to facilitate the widespread use of LNG as a marine fuel for environmental compliance. The coalition promotes this alternative fuel as the best option for 'cleaner shipping'.

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