Carbon capture and storage will become an inevitable part of decarbonization if the world realistically wants to achieve its ambitious goals. In this session you will find out how pioneer ports are preparing for their role in the new carbon capture and storage supply chains of the future.
In this session, IAPH members establishing low or zero carbon, maritime end-to-end transport chains will share their experiences. What are the major hurdles that need to be overcome and what level of ambition should all parties have in achieving a corridor which can be labelled as being truly "green"?
In a project initiated by the IAPH Clean Marine Fuels Working Group, the mantle was taken by the World Ports Climate Action Program (WPCAP) network to jointly create a practical port readiness tool. The aim is for ports to assess their overall readiness level in handling and managing new zero and low carbon marine fuels for the new generation of dual fuel ships calling at their terminals. This session will provide delegates with an overview of that tool and how to deploy it at their port.
The relatively low energy density efficiency of new zero carbon fuels is one of the key challenges facing the shipping industry. The development of enclosed, unpressurized molten salt reactors for onboard use is gaining industry interest as is the potential to develop offshore industrial nuclear power to generate the renewable power volumes so urgently needed to produce new zero carbon fuels. This in-depth one-on-one interview will demystify the technology and safety challenges around the new nuclear power options.