Launched on June 1, as part of Nor-Shipping´s Ocean Now programme, Prime Time Brazil featured top-level speakers and panels on topics of the highest relevance to stakeholders in the Norwegian-Brazilian maritime sector.
Taking action was the overriding theme of Ocean Now, a new two-day, hybrid event launched by Nor-Shipping. Despite the fact that global industry stakeholders are still grounded by travel restrictions, the desire, and need, to connect and collaborate was made abundantly clear by the calibre of participant, the scale of online attendance, and the spectrum of opportunities discussed.
The first session at Ocean Now 2021 was «Asian #ACTION – Partnering with Singapore to reach decarbonization goals» by the Norwegian Business Association Singapore and partners. Here is a review of the discussions by top industry leaders on decarbonization-initiatives taken in the Asian markets and their global impact.
We are getting ready to open our digital doors to the industry, with the new Ocean Now initiative launching next week. Day one of the two-day, hybrid activity programme is free to all, with content designed to deliver value, insights, analysis, and even a little light entertainment to everyone with a commercial interest in the ocean space.
The Maritime industry’s transition to a decarbonized, digitally enabled future requires a sharp strategy and solid risk management. What are the organizational, technical and operational challenges you need to be aware of – and how do you solve them?
This year’s TradeWinds Shipowners Forum Norway on 1 June at Ocean Now will examine the reality of how companies are making good governance pay, and how owners and investors can profit from performance.
Maritime and energy trailblazers will gather at Nor-Shipping’s Ocean Now next week to assess the potential, risks and rewards of backing hydrogen as shipping’s future fuel. A who’s who of leading stakeholders are now confirmed as participants at Nor-Shipping Hydrogen Blue Talks – Fuelling the Future, a new hybrid global conference taking place on 2 June.
Jotun and KONGSBERG have taken action to help the shipping industry on the quest for becoming more sustainable – developing an inventive solution for proactive hull cleaning combining antifouling, big data, and robotics helping ship owners maintain an always clean hull. A clean hull will impact fuel consumption, GHG emissions and contributes to a healthy Carbon Intensity Index (CII).
Collaboration is increasingly common in shipping and the ocean industries, as organisations look to access new opportunities together. But not usually in the field of rock and roll. Nor-Shipping, however, likes to do things differently.
A broad spectrum of key ocean stakeholders will descend on Oslo, both digitally and physically, on 1 June to discuss how accelerating the move to sustainable ocean business can help the world deliver on the Paris Agreement.
In a world of continuing uncertainty, Nor-Shipping is calling on industry experts to assess today’s market and tomorrow’s post-pandemic potential in its new online talk show, airing on 1 June.
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