External drivers such as EU and IMO regulations, are likely to necessitate significant and profound changes across the shipping business in the coming years. Developing an Energy Transition Strategy with a focus on reducing fleet emissions is therefore becoming increasingly critical to ship owners. The development of a robust Energy Transition Strategy requires a deep understanding of the technical aspects of the assets in question as well as the commercial dynamics associated with making well-informed operational changes and investment decisions.
In this webinar, LR will share our experience of assisting clients in creating a bespoke Energy Transition Strategy. We will discuss the creation of a fleet emissions baseline, definition of emissions reduction targets and the identification of emissions reduction opportunities.
This leads to a discussion around the techno-economic assessment of potential short, medium and long-term solutions covering operational improvements, technology implementation and alternative fuels.
The end result is a strategic roadmap that defines key emissions reduction initiatives within a phased implementation timeline which is underpinned by detailed action plans and responsibility matrices. The strategy is designed to create a clear understanding of the current situation and the impact of the upcoming regulations on both operational and financial performance together with an actionable roadmap that can be used to make well-informed strategic decisions.
Business Development Manager,
Presenter and Q&A panel
Jack Spiros Pringle
Lead Consultant, Business Advisory,
James FrewJames Frew
Business Consultancy Director,