The sourcing of the new zero carbon fuels using renewable energy sources will create tectonic shifts in global shipping routes for liquid bulk and gas tankers. It will also impact ports as hubs for energy production, import and carbon storage. This session will explore what this means for both shipping and ports.
A global push to improve energy security, the longer-term shift toward decarbonization, and a volatile geopolitical environment are driving a positive long-term outlook for breakbulk and project cargo demand. What do ports and other service providers need to know about the factors shaping this unique, somewhat opaque shipping segment?