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Designing the Ship of the Future 3

Thu, Feb 4, 2021 · 11:00 AM · Amsterdam
About This Webinar

Mare Forum and Bureau Veritas will host the third online round table of the series "Designing zero-carbon ships of the future and what to do until they are ready"

This theme will be discussed again in a holistic approach, in a roundtable consisting of leading experts of the maritime industry chair-holders. They will exchange their thoughts, ideas, and visions and try to give the answer to the following questions.

  • Who has a clear view of the design of the ship of the future? (low emissions, greater efficiency, speed, digitalization, materials, engines, etc..)
  • Who will design the ship of the future?
  • What insights do we have into the commercial viability of future ship designs?
  • Who will take the investment risk on these technologies? What is the role of the capital provider and charterer?
  • Is LNG just a transition fuel? Hydrogen, ammonia, batteries, and nuclear?
  • Is there enough infrastructure in ports worldwide to facilitate new fuels?
  • Will we have new trades, requiring new ship types – e.g. hydrogen carriers and ammonia product tankers?
  • Agenda for action - next steps. What can we do now to help accelerate the availability of zero-carbon ships while at the same time reducing shipping’s footprint: slow steaming, retrofits, ESG reporting, and verification?
Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Martin Wattum
Head of Projects and Business Transformation, Torvald Klaveness
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Global Sales Low-Speed Turbochargers, ABB
Worked over 13 years in the marine and energy markets.
2018 – today: ABB Turbocharging. Head of Global Sales, Low-Speed Turbochargers based in Shanghai
2017 – 2018: Maersk Line. Senior Manager Business Development (2020 Global Sulphur Cap preparation)
2007 – 2017: Wärtsilä / WinGD – Low-Speed Engines: started in research & development moving to managing large product development projects (X and X-DF engines), to business development & management functions.
Webinar hosting presenter Richard Clayton
Chief correspondent, Lloyd's List and Chairman, Maritime Foundation
Richard has recently taken on the chairmanship of the Maritime Foundation, a British initiative that brings together experts from merchant shipping, ports and logistics, the Royal Navy, fishing, aquaculture and other stakeholders to raise the profile of the ocean industries and to work towards a more environmentally-friendly future.

Richard Clayton spent more than 30 years at Fairplay, where he served as editor of its market-leading Daily News bulletin and editor of the weekly magazine. In mid-2017 he joined Lloyd’s List as Chief correspondent. His role is to work with all sectors of the shipping industry to moderate thought-leadership Roundtable discussions, chair forums and conferences, create and host webinars, and write opinion and analytical pieces for Lloyd’s List Online and the monthly magazine, The Intelligence. He also leads Lloyd’s List’s awards evenings for the Americas and the Middle East. He is the son and grandson of shipbrokers in London and Hull, respectively.
Webinar hosting presenter Elizabeth Lindstad
Chief Scientist, SINTEF Ocean
Webinar hosting presenter
Head of Research and Development, Feadship
Giedo is a Naval Architect and has a large appetite for new technology and complex problems that he wants to apply on both a short and long term. In his work he balances between development of long term strategies and hands-on tackling of today’s challenges.

He has long roots in maritime research and development when he worked for 13 years MARIN, after which he gained experience in yacht design, engineering, regulations, build and servicing in various Feadship companies.

Today he holds the position of Head of R&D of Feadship, the leading brand of full custom Superyachts. Under the Feadship brand, two mother companies (Royal van Lent and Koninklijke de Vries) cover the entire life cycle from early design through casco built and outfitting to refits. Superyachts are both ships as well as luxury resorts with all facilities one can imagine. Developments are therefore various, main long term tracks are sustainability, digitalization, structures, motions and modularity.
Webinar hosting presenter Nicholas Brown
Communications Director, Bureau Veritas, Marine and Offshore [MODERATOR]
Nick started his career with a major shipmanagement, shipowning and shipping services group in Hong Kong. Today he works in Paris for the Marine & Offshore Division of the Bureau Veritas Group. Founded in 1828 as a marine classification society, Bureau Veritas is a leading global provider of testing, inspection and certification services - with more than 78,000 employees in 1,500 offices and laboratories world-wide.
Webinar hosting presenter Mathieu Philippe
Commercial Director, Bureau Veritas
Mathieu Philippe is the newly appointed Commercial Director of the Marine Division. He started his career in 1999, in Barry Rogliano Salles, initially in Paris and then in Dubai from 2002. In 2010, after 8 years at the helm of BRS Middle East, he joined as SVP Commercial and then Chief Operating Officer, UNITED ARAB CHEMICAL CARRIERS (UACC), where he participated in successfully growing the fleet from 8 to 24 MR and LR Tankers and establishing UACC as a major Middle Eastern Tanker Owner.
After nearly 15 years in Dubai, Mathieu moved to Geneva to Head the Shipping Company of SOCAR Trading (the State Oil Company of the Azerbaijan Republic) where he has gained “Charterers’” knowledge to complement his previous Broker’s and Independent Owner’s experience.
He holds a Master’s degree in International Marketing from EDHEC Business School.
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