Blue Talks 2021

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Blue Talks are one-hour collaborative sessions dedicated to future markets and technologies that will drive and dictate the development, and link between shipping and the ocean industries.

There will be a dedicated stage in the Blue Economy Hall running “Blue Talks”, which can seat approximately 120 people. There will be continuous presentations and debates as part of the Official Nor-Shipping programme.

These uniquely formatted topic led conversations are aimed at forward looking companies and experts engaged in creating and developing sustainable ocean economies.

With themes that follow on from the Nor-Shipping Ocean Leadership Conference, these talks will be spread over the afternoon of Tuesday and throughout Wednesday and Thursday days in the Blue Economy Hall. Topics will be on innovative and sustainable ocean solutions in general, and will include ocean energy, offshore wind, autonomy, electricity and infrastructure, hydrogen, ammonia, business models, green finance, safety, cyber security, policy, technology and innovation, start-ups and more.

Please reach out to Sidsel Norvik at [email protected] for further information.


Click here to see all 14 Blue Talks from Nor-Shipping 2019

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