Maritime

Maritime Air Pollution & Fuel Technologies Conference, Americas 2022

Decarbonization in shipping

Roadmap to reducing emissions and air pollution in the maritime industry


About this event
The leading players in the maritime world will review the latest regulations, strategies and technology innovations reducing emissions and air pollution across the globe. You will hear exclusive updates from shipowners, analysts, industry bodies and solutions providers. This year’s event will afford you the opportunity to contribute to the discussions and gain the latest information driving the transition to a zero-emissions industry. This event is organized by Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery – Riviera Maritime Media.

About DNV
DNV is the world’s leading classification society and a recognized advisor for the maritime industry. We enhance safety, quality, energy efficiency and environmental performance of the global shipping industry – across all vessel types and offshore structures. We invest heavily in research and development to find solutions, together with the industry, that address strategic, operational or regulatory challenges.

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About this event
The leading players in the maritime world will review the latest regulations, strategies and technology innovations reducing emissions and air pollution across the globe. You will hear exclusive updates from shipowners, analysts, industry bodies and solutions providers. This year’s event will afford you the opportunity to contribute to the discussions and gain the latest information driving the transition to a zero-emissions industry. This event is organized by Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery – Riviera Maritime Media.

About DNV
DNV is the world’s leading classification society and a recognized advisor for the maritime industry. We enhance safety, quality, energy efficiency and environmental performance of the global shipping industry – across all vessel types and offshore structures. We invest heavily in research and development to find solutions, together with the industry, that address strategic, operational or regulatory challenges.

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Agenda

Join our Technical expert

Houston time zone 

DAY ONE: THURSDAY 21 APRIL 2022

SESSION 2: REGULATORY UPDATES  

Panel discussion: COP26 and its impact on the maritime industry

  • How can the maritime sector accelerate its efforts to reduce GHG emissions?
  • Is the current IMO GHG strategy sufficient to meet decarbonization targets?
  • Are future zero-emissions targets realistic, and can industry achieve these alone or will government support be needed?
  • What is required to create a level regulatory playing field?
  • Which region(s) will be the front runner?

  • Panelists
  • Jan Hagen Andersen, Business Development Director – Americas, Maritime, DNV USA
  • Stergios Stamopoulos, Manager, Houston Sustainability Center, ABS
  • Rear Admiral Kevin S. Cook, USCG (retired), Maritime Consultant, IRI/The Marshall Islands Registry

Jan Hagen Andersen, Business Development Director


Jan Hagen Andersen


Mr. Andersen has over 30 years of experience in the maritime industry with a focus on propulsion systems and machinery. He has a MS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Washington and started his career at a marine engineering and service company in Seattle. He is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas and Washington State.

In 2005, he joined DNV in the Machinery Section of the Maritime Technical Advisory Group based in Norway. The Advisory group provides consultancy and non-class support services to ship owners, ship yards, manufacturers, designers and other stakeholders. In 2010 he moved to the DNV office in Houston, Texas and is currently a Business Development Director for DNV Maritime, Region Americas. In this role, he is focusing on alternative fuels, environmental compliance, energy efficiency, and novel technologies in shipping.

He is a member of the SNAME M-16 Panel on Propulsion Shafting and is on the North America Environmental Protection Association (NAMEPA) Board of Directors.