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Methanol’s Role in the Race to Decarbonization


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Event Date: Thursday, April 22, 2021

Time: 9 AM GMT, 10 AM CST/CDT, and 9 PM CST/CDT

As regulations continue to emerge and the drive to decarbonization pushes forward within the maritime industry, one thing remains the same, the need for available fuel options that will assist the global fleet in accomplishing this great feat. Methanol is one of the many fuel options being considered in achieving decarbonization because it offers several advantages including carbon neutral potential, existing infrastructure, and IMO Interim Guidelines.

In this webinar, Joshua Padeti and Rene Laursen from ABS, along with Chris Chatterton from the Methanol Institute will discuss some of these advantages, as well as the steps needed to make methanol as marine fuel a reality.

Join us as we discuss:

  • Characteristics of methanol and how it compares to the other fuel options
  • IMO Interim Guidelines
  • Upscaling production to meet consumer demand
  • Commercial and technical barriers
  • And much more


Speakers


9 AM GMT, 10 AM CST/CDT, and 9 PM CST/CDT

JOSHUA PADETI
Senior Engineer - Technology


Joshua is currently working as a Senior Engineer within the technology department, where he is responsible for leading machinery, electrical and systems engineering activities related to marine and offshore assets.

RENÉ SEJER LAURSEN
Global Sustainability Director – Fuels & Technology


René is Director of Global Sustainability with a focus on fuels and technology and is currently located in Copenhagen. The sustainability team is designed to support and assist ship owners in their selection of the right technology mix for their fleet.

CHRISTOPHER CHATTERTON
COO - Methanol Institute, Singapore


Chris has worked at the executive level across the energy, shipping, transportation, renewables and chemical sectors, where he has been responsible for creating strategy, fundraising, restructuring, crisis management and operations.

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