VIRTUAL INSTRUCTOR LED TRAINING (VILT)
DECARBONISATION OF SHIPPING
About The Course
The aim of the course is to provide participants with a clear understanding of the key issues around decarbonisation of the maritime shipping sector, fuel options, as well as strategies that shipping companies can put in place to achieve decarbonisation. The course further investigates possible scenarios for shipping decarbonisation in the future and the outlook of different alternative fuels. Participants will be equipped with the necessary insight and skills to face future challenges in the shipping industry and to put in place effective strategies for decarbonisation in this industry, or contribute to define them, depending on their scope of work or activities.
The course allows participants for regular interaction with the trainer and actual case studies to have practical knowledge and understanding of the topics covered in the course
SGD 2,300 / USD 1,679 for 3 half-days, per participant
SGD 2,500 / USD 1,825 for 3 half-days, per participant
- Understand the key issues around decarbonisation of the maritime shipping sector, and key trends affecting the decarbonisation
- Be able to effectively assess the advantages and disadvantages of alternative fuels for shipping, their economics, capabilities and emissions profiles
- Learn about decarbonisation strategies of major shipping companies, engine and ship manufacturers, as well as operational procedures for decarbonisation
- Be able to design business models for the decarbonisation of shipping via both vertical and horizontal integration, and how to leverage the new value chain of a decarbonized shipping business
- Learn about possible scenarios for the decarbonisation of shipping and pathways to those scenarios
Who Should Attend
The course is aimed at all personnel working in and around the shipping industry who is being affected directly or indirectly by the need to put in place decarbonisation measures. It is particularly aimed at personnel working on strategy and business development, fleet management, operations, regulatory and policy issues, investment and valuation, planning and scenario analysis.
- Strategy and business development functions
- Shipping fuel producers
- Shipping companies representatives
- Ship and ship engines designers
- Banking and finance functions
- Government ministries and departments
- Port infrastructure operators and business planners
- Shipping industry regulators
- Shipping sector analysts
- Anyone else interested in the decarbonisation of shipping
Expert Course Faculty
Our key course expert has been involved in the renewable energy business for over a decade. Throughout his career, he worked across regulatory and policy development, as well as commercial and business development activities. His key areas of expertise include commercial development, business development and strategy activities, regulatory and policy analysis as well as market analysis.
Some of the companies he worked for include Norwegian energy major Equinor, and in the renewable energy units of German energy companies E.ON and RWE, in both business development and commercial functions. He also worked for international consultancy and advisory firm DNV-GL, supporting private and institutional clients, respectively in the sale and acquisition of energy infrastructure assets, and in the development of regulation for renewable energy and green gasses. His professional experience led him to provide risk assessment and advisory services around energy infrastructure projects for the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and the European Investment Bank.
Some of the key projects he worked on include the Trans Adriatic Pipeline, a natural gas pipeline delivering natural gas from Azerbaijan to Italy. He structured the commercial terms of gas transportation agreements for the pipeline, and supported their negotiations. Additional projects include the commercial due diligence of gas storage and transportation agreements for private customers interested in the sale or purchase of natural gas infrastructure assets. He lately structured the commercial terms and agreements for the sale of renewable energy across several countries
in Europe for a variety of corporate customers across different industries, and developed business cases for the provision of flexibility services to power grid operators.
Delivering consultancy services for customers aimed at decarbonizing their business models allowed him to gain the necessary knowledge of the pathways possible for decarbonisation, the related fuels, and business models to achieve this target. He consequently applied this knowledge and skills to the decarbonisation of the shipping sector as well as other sectors, by supporting customers in decarbonizing their business and training professionals to deliver the same result within their organisations.
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
Fuel alternatives – characteristics, pricing, bunkering, ship design and fuel availability
Regulatory requirements and policy issues
Key stakeholders, roles and drivers in the shipping decarbonisation process
Ship Engine Manufacturers – Key trends towards alternative fuels
Operational options for shipping decarbonisation
Market dynamics and key variables
Business models of shipping companies
Possible pathways for shipping decarbonisation
This training course will be conducted as a Virtual Instructor Led Training (VILT). Delegates will receive a confirmation email after successful registration.
Soft copy course materials & Certification of Completion will be provided to registered participants.
Unique Features with powerEDGE Training
- Pre-Course Questionnaire (PCQ) to help us focus on your learning objectives
- Detailed course & reference manual for continuous learning and sharing
- Practical exercises & case examples to better understand the principles
- Limited class size to ensure one-to-one interactivity
- Assessment at the end of the course to help you develop a personal action plan