13 Sep - 17 Sep 2021
- Location London, UK.
- Venue Various
- Link Visit the London International Shipping Week website
LR at LISW
LR are delighted to confirm we have a number of subject matter experts speaking on decarbonisation, marine fuels, technology and sustainability.
Monday 13 September - Transparency in Bunkering Forum
Billed as the first in-person bunkering event since lockdown, Petrospot’s Transparency in Bunkering Forum will take place on 13 September, the first day of London International Shipping Week.
The much-anticipated ‘live’ event will take place at the offices of leading maritime law firm Norton Rose Fulbright.
With the headline theme of transparency, the Forum will examine the highly competitive, low margin business of bunkering, first from an operational viewpoint, looking at bunker licensing, mass flow metering, fuel quality and pricing; and then from a commercial and financial viewpoint, looking at due diligence, banking, credit lines, credit, and trade insurance.
We will feature on a panel discussion with industry thought leaders representing ExxonMobil, Island Oil, Shipping Strategy, Markel International, S&P Global Platts, Propeller Fuels, Awyr Las, the International Bunker Industry Association and the Marine Fuels Alliance.
Usman Muhammad, LR’s Product Manager - Fuel Advisory, will join this Forum. To register for this event, please click here
Tuesday 14 September - Inmarsat Digitalisation Trends and Insights Panel Session
Mark Darley, LR’s Global Marine and Offshore Director, is speaking at Inmarsat’s Digitalisation Trends and Insights Panel Session.
During this session, Mark will join a panel discussing what impact Covid-19 has had on maritime digitalisation? Get a real insight into the latest trends and findings from Inmarsat's new digital research, updates on the UK’s progress towards the Maritime 2050 strategy and discover more about the leading tech trends and who’s leading the innovation race in 2021.
To register for the Digitalisation Trends and Insights event, please click here
Wednesday 15 September - Is Shipping Ready for the Outcomes of COP26?
Nick Brown, LR's CEO, will be speaking during the main LISW conference, Is Shipping Ready for the Outcomes of COP26?
As the world starts to move out of the pandemic and the economic turmoil it has left in its wake, all eyes are on climate change and the important discussions to be had during COP26.
The people coming to Glasgow to hammer out the international strategy for reducing greenhouse gas emissions will have full focus on the UN’s global sustainability goals and targets, but a limited understanding of the essential services shipping provides to the world.
Nevertheless, they will draft the multilateral agreements on measures to decarbonise shipping and other sectors. Will those agreements be compatible with the necessity of nation states to grow their economies and do regulators understand the consequences to their economies? And will shipping be able to service those ambitions while dealing
with everything from climate-aligned finance, politically motivated policy and the technological challenges of creating a sustainable, carbon free and economically viable future.
To join the main LISW conference and this session, please click here
Thursday 16 September - The Voyage to Decarbonisation, Sustainable Shipping Initiative Roundtable & Virtual Mental Health in Maritime Webinar
This event will discuss how shipping companies can navigate the most disruptive period in shipping history and head toward a sustainable low carbon shipping future. The event will feature a thought-provoking debate around the IMO short-term measures, EU policy and the pitfalls of the IMO’s, carbon pricing, reforming of the shipping regulation and the evolving role of the classification societies to support this transition.
Shipping Minister Robert Courts will open the event with a short speech.
To register for this event, please click here
Katharine Palmer, LR’s Global Sustainability Manager, will discuss sustainability criteria in shipping at a Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) roundtable.
Following the publication of the SSI’s report outlining the sustainability criteria to be considered for zero and low carbon marine fuels, this Roundtable will be a small, intimate discussion around next steps in bringing the sustainability and lifecycle emissions of marine fuels to the forefront of the discussions around decarbonisation, which will determine which fuels we use, develop, and invest in.
Stephanie McLay, LR’s Senior Human Factors Consultant, is speaking at the virtual Mental Health in Maritime Webinar: Breaking Down Stigma. Hosted by the Mental Health in Maritime Network, this Lunch and Learn will facilitate discussions on ways to break down stigma of mental health across the maritime sector. To register for this event, please click here
To see the full LISW event calendar, please click here
Headline LR LISW events
Event: How will the Maritime Industry’s ‘Decade of Action’ become a reality?
Date: 14 September
This exclusive event will be held onboard the iconic HQS Wellington and will feature leading thinkers and influencers from across the shipping industry along with our experts.
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Event: Practical consideration for the decade of change
Date: 15 September
In conjunction with the UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency, our panel discussion held at the LR Global Technology Centre will look at our industry’s decade of action towards decarbonisation. We will focus on what needs to be done to successfully navigate the complex choices of the next decade, assess current levels of collaboration and the evidence required to support decision making.