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SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY Nor-Shipping 2022 in a special time Nor-Shipping in Oslo in April is taking place under special conditions in several respects. The Corona pandemic and the war in Ukraine are keeping the industry busy. But the trade fair and the conference programme also deal with important topics for the future Geopolitical developments and how to adjust to them, will be centre stage at the Nor-Shipping Ocean Leadership Conference on 4 April in Lillestrøm. Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former Secretary General of NATO and Prime Minister of Denmark, will be the headline speaker, while the overall event will focus on the central themes of people, power and money. A host of other shipping, political and business names will take to the stage to share insights with an audience of around 900 C-level maritime executives. »This will be the first major gathering of its kind for our industry since the pandemic began, and it couldn’t be more timely,« comments Sidsel Norvik, Director, Nor-Shipping. »The world order is being disrupted, economic activity is impacted and we all need an understanding of how these events occur, and what the potential fallouts are for sustainable maritime and ocean industry development.« The keynote speaker is, of course, highly relevant, but there is also a »who is who« of leading industry names on stage to give their insights into today’s developments, and tomorrow’s plans. »Now is the time when we need to gather, share knowledge, collaborate and find the optimal paths forward together. Now is the time for true leadership – in the ocean and beyond«, Norvik says. How many visitors will come to Oslo? Taking #ACTION Alongside the former NATO head, a diverse array of speakers and panellists have confirmed their participation on the stage in Hall E. They include Kitack Lim, Secretary General IMO, Kjerstin Braathen, CEO DNB, Bjørnar Selnes Skjæran, Minister of Fisheries and Ocean Policy Norway, Håkan Agnevall, President & CEO Wärtsilä Corporation, Magda Kopczynska, Director for Innovative and Sustainable Mobility DG MOVE, and Knut Arild Hareide, Director General of Navigation and Shipping, Norwegian Maritime Authority, amongst others. The individual conference sessions support the main Nor-Shipping 2022 theme of taking positive business #ACTION within the ocean space. © Nor-Shipping From project conception to decommissioning, bridge the gap with RINA. Visit us at NorShipping - hall D booth D05-14 Make it sure, make it simple. 48 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 04 | 2022

SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY Global gathering Nor-Shipping 2022 takes place 4–7 April in Oslo and Lillestrøm. Alongside the main 22,000 m2 exhibition halls key events include Technical Seminars, the International Ship Autonomy and Sustainability Summit, the Blue Talks, the Young@Nor-Shipping programme, the Blue Economy Start-up Day, the Quality Flag Forum, Brazil@Nor-Shipping, the Maritime Hydrogen Conference. The last Nor-Shipping, which took place in 2019, attracted some 50,000 international participants and exhibitors from over 60 countries. Stakeholders in the hydrogen value chain will gather on 6 April for a conference dedicated to assessing, demystifying and enabling developments within the maritime field. Organised by Ocean Hyway Cluster, a specialist Norwegian trade body, The Maritime Hydrogen Conference will discuss collaboration, infrastructure demands and technology in an effort to share knowledge and support progress. The conference takes place in the Blue Economy Hall in Lillestrøm. Big picture insights »This conference is about working together to unlock collective industry benefits,« comments Maria Brandsøy, Business Opportunity Manager, Ocean Hyway Cluster. »Hydrogen has huge potential for maritime, but it can be challenging to see the ›big picture‹ and determine the optimal path forwards. We need to look at many different areas in parallel, working in partnerships across the industry, and beyond, to innovate, mitigate risk and develop the necessary technology and infrastructure.« No one can do this in isolation, she adds. »That’s why initiatives like this are so crucial – providing access to unique insights from pioneering people and companies, building networks and helping deliver answers to the big future fuel questions.« combustion engines versus fuel cells. The programme runs from 11.30, with an informal drinks and networking session rounding the day off between 16.00 and 17.00. Speakers and panelists include Knut Nyborg, CEO, Aker Clean Hydrogen, Torben Norgaard, Head of Energy and Fuels, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, Christian Berg, Director Bunkering Market, Yara Clear route ahead Two-stroke solutions for the future of shipping Clean Ammonia, Maria Bos, CEO, Plug, Gitte Gaard Talmo, CEO, Eidesvik, Jørgen Kopperstad, VP Maritime Opportunities, Saga Pure, Ronny Haufe, CEO, CCB Energy Holding. Nerendra Pal, Director of Hydrogen Technology at San Francisco based Hornblower, will also be among the keynote speakers, sharing his experience in designing and building Sea Change, the world’s first hydrogen fuel cell ferry. Industry leaders The conference is split into three main sessions looking at partnership-based models, infrastructure (from both a shipowner and energy supplier perspective) and an analysis of internal Navigating new regulations, decarbonization, and complex fuel economics is easy with us as a partner. Our two-stroke of millions of running hours and assistance that goes beyond installation and commissioning: Complete life-cycle support from our dedicated staff and the worldwide MAN PrimeServ after-sales network. Clear route ahead – with MAN B&W two-stroke solutions. HANSA – International Maritime Journal 04 | 2022 49

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