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11th - 15th Sep, 2023
London, United Kingdom
LISW23 is the ‘must attend’ event of 2023, offering over 200 industry functions and unique networking opportunities for leaders across all sectors of the international shipping industry – regulators, charterers, ship owners, ship managers, bunker suppliers, lawyers, ship brokers, bankers, insurers, insurance brokers, commodity traders and brokers, ship suppliers, port operators, shipping service providers and many more.
WNTI members’, CORE POWER, ABS and Lloyd’s Register have events scheduled during London International Shipping Week 2023. Find out more and how to register below!
Singapore Symposium 2023, New Nuclear for Maritime
At LISW 23, immediately following the UK Chamber of Shipping event (and at the same venue), CORE POWER will host three sessions with industry panellists offering a holistic view of new nuclear for maritime, including a look at the addressable market in offshore and maritime, covering both synthetic fuel production and propulsion. They will also consider the current and future legislative framework for maritime nuclear in conjunction with flag, class and insurance, before finally analysing what advanced nuclear floating solutions might look like, how they will be built and operated, along with their economic and environmental benefits.
Session 1 (11:00 – 11:45) – New Nuclear in Maritime – the economic disruptor
Session 2 (11:45 – 12:30) – Rules & Regulations – getting ready for the ‘end game’
Session 3 (12:30 – 13:15) – Floating New Nuclear & synthetic fuels
Followed by a networking lunch (13:15 – 14:00)
In this year’s Sustainability Summit, ABS and other leading voices will explore the emerging fuel value chains and the impact they will have on the evolving green shipping ecosystem and the global energy transition. ABS will present the findings from its soon-to-be released outlook which examines the latest regulations and technologies as well as the current state of the carbon, ammonia and hydrogen value chains.
This exhibition celebrates the first year of the RWM initiative – a collaboration launched by Lloyd’s Register and the Lloyd’s Register Foundation with more than 30 leading maritime organisations to change perceptions on the historical role of women in shipping.
SHE_SEES features stories of women in maritime – past, present and future. For many years, women have played an important and instrumental role in maritime but all too often they have been overlooked or simply forgotten. For the first time, we will share their stories and shine a light on their incredible contribution to the industry.
11th - 15th Sep, 2023