DSNAME – ESG reporting and new EU regulations for shipping
March 4 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
During this meeting we will look into ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) reporting for shipping companies and how operational data is becoming more and more important for company wide reporting about fuel consumption and emissions.
Furthermore, we will look into the regulations EU ETS implemented in 2024 and FuelEU Maritime that will come into force in 2025. We will look into the different perspectives and impact of these regulations and frameworks, and touch upon strategies for compliance that could become relevant in the future for shipping companies.
Welcome by Frederik Hammer Berthelsen, Vessel Performance Specialist, DFDS
Co-organizers were Peter Blach, projektchef, Maskinmestrenes Forening and Valdemar Ehlers, Technical Director, Danish Maritime
Overview of ESG reporting and EU regulations by Aske Breining Nielsen, Specialkonsulent, Danish Shipping
Impact of reporting and regulation on a shipping company by Lina Barsøe, Head of Decarbonization Pathway, DFDS
ESG data, especially about GHG emissions, is becoming more and more important and necessary to track and report. The tracking is very important to build a strategy for the future of DFDS and to track if the initiatives are working. Reporting is becoming a bigger need due to increased regulation and stricter reporting measures. Furthermore, customers and society are also asking for this data.
Operational cycles and an evidence-based assessment of compliance options by Amandine Godet, PhD, DTU, George Panagakos, Senior Researcher, DTU, and Michael Bruhn Barfoed, Associate Professor, DTU
The NICE project at DTU Management has worked on technical and operational approaches over the past three years to develop an indicator that can effectively reflect all attributes of a ship’s energy efficiency. Detailed technical and operational data for containerships have been analyzed to propose a weather-normalized indicator and apply it on standardized pre-determined operational cycles for different ship sizes. This presentation will concern the development of the cycles and how they can be used as a benchmarking tool for strengthening the regulatory framework of international shipping. Furthermore, the presentation will broaden the unit of concern from a single ship to a fleet of ships and provide evidence-based insights into the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of compliance options for reducing GHG emissions in the shipping industry.
Presentation (title to be confirmed) by Gijsbert De Jong, Nordic Area Manager Bureau Veritas
Wrap up by the organizers
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