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April 27


This year’s summit will take a close look at each element of shipping’s supply chain. When it comes to making progress on shipping’s decarbonisation, is reality matching ambition?

The summit is returning to Spain in 2023 to deliver high level debate on the rate of progress in the decarbonisation of shipping and ports. This year’s event will be held on 27 April at the Higher Technical School of Naval Engineers, part of the prestigious Technical University of Madrid.

The highly successful summit 2022, held at and supported by the Port of Valencia, provided a platform for shipping, fuel and technology experts to share their insights on how projects can be brought to scale and commercialisation as the clock ticks down to 2030 and 2050. While looking at the global narrative of shipping’s energy transition, the event also had a particular focus on developments and initiatives in Iberia and the wider Mediterranean region.

The summit 2023 will continue this approach, and, as always, the conference sessions will reference and be informed by case studies – whether they be start-up initiatives or projects that are well on the way to commercialisation and scalability.

The main focus of this year’s summit will be on fuel and technology supply chains. Speakers will discuss the decarbonisation challenges presented in each ‘link’ of these chains and will assess whether sufficient progress is being made to deliver on the IMO’s 2030 and 2050 targets.

By taking a deliberately linear approach to these timelines, delegates will be able to assess where there are supply chain gaps to be closed and where the pace of development needs to be stepped up.


April 27
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Higher Technical School of Naval Engineers, The Technical University of Madrid
Madrid, Spain
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