Webinar: Future fuels
What are the ‘big unknowns’?
The Future fuels webinar, discover the 'big unknows' around the sulphur cap and how to avoid future fuel risk.
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The tight deadline for reduction of sulphur levels to 0.5% has concentrated minds on which fuels would comply with this regulation. In this webinar, our award-winning team will address many of the ‘big unknowns’ surrounding the move to low sulphur fuels: such as enforcement, policing and punishment; insured and non-insured risk; and who will bear responsibility in terms of non-compliance.
Key topics for discussion:
- what is the potential for engine damages, loss of propulsion and other ensuing problems that could be caused by the introduction of new fuel products?
- what are the legal implications of the global sulphur cap and who is liable for ensuring compliance?
- answers to audience questions during live Q&A.
Helen Kelly, Europe Editor-in-Chief
Helen manages editorial strategy and products across European and global markets. She has recently launched Lloyd’s List’s new reports e-store, and has developed numerous projects including the popular Top 100 ranking of influential people. Before Lloyd’s List, Helen worked for renowned news organisations from the Guardian to the Telegraph as well as other media outlets including television and radio.
Beth Bradley, Legal Director
Clyde and Co
Specialising in commercial dispute resolution with a focus on shipbuilding/offshore, commodities and marine insurance sectors. Beth regularly advises first class shipowners, ship builders and P&I Clubs, as well as blue chip Asian and multinational companies and trading houses in relation to their commercial agreements and disputes.
Steve Harris, Senior Vice President
With over 40 years’ experience in the marine insurance industry, Steve has been an underwriter for Lloyd’s of London and Cornhill Insurance Plc, before joining Marsh in 1994. His role includes designing and managing specialty insurance e-placement applications, alongside training, lecturing on marine insurance around the world for insurance colleges, insurers, banks and for Marsh and Guy Carpenter.
Chris Palsson, Head of Intelligence Consulting
Chris leads a team that analyses and forecasts the global and regional development of the maritime business environment, and how this affects shipping capacity supply and demand. Prior to Lloyd’s List Chris was a partner at Maritime-Insight.
Anastassios Adamopoulos, Reporter
Based in London, Anastassios reports on the shipping industry across UK and Europe. With regular contributions to the daily news coverage Anastassios specialises in international maritime regulation and regularly attends International Maritime Organisation meetings in London. Born in Greece, Anastassios worked for the Greek Reporter, and gained his undergraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Michigan.