03:00 PM - 05:30 PM
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On Demand Virtual Roundtable | Sustainable Biomass Availability Estimates
Join us and industry experts from MIT in discussing about sustainable biomass availability estimates.
Watch the webinar on demand now here. You can download the slide deck here.
With the intense global focus on climate challenges, various industries need to transition towards reduced or net-zero emissions. The shipping industry accounts for 3% of the global emissions and belongs to the hard-to-abate category as direct electrification is only an option for a low percentage of the total shipping emissions. As such, the use of sustainable bio-based fuels is being considered for use by the shipping sector to contribute to its GHG emissions reduction strategy.
Together MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium, and the CEM Biofuture Campaign, we explore estimates of sustainable biomass availability to help inform the shipping (and related) industries about the potential for biofuels to contribute to their GHG reduction strategies.
- Gerard Ostheimer, Managing Director at CEM Biofuture Campaign
- Mike Tupy, Principal Engineer at Cargill
- Roberta Cenni, Biofuel Manager at the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
Speakers and panelists:
- Torben Nørgaard, Head of Energy & Fuels at the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
- Ann O'Connor, LCA Manager at the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping
- Florian Allroggen, PhD. Research Scientist at MIT MIT Climate & Sustainability Consortium
- Evan Coleman, Postdoctoral Impact Fellow at MIT Climate & Sustainability Consortium
- Katie Daehn, Postdoctoral researcher in the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium
- Jeremy Moorhouse, Bioenergy Analyst at the International Energy Agency (IEA)
- Olivier Dubois, Independent Biomass Expert, former coordinator of UN-FAO’ activities related to energy for agrifood chains and bioenergy
- Hugo Liabeuf, Senior Energy Insights Analyst at SYSTEMIQ
- Mark Elless, Technology Manager - Bioenergy Technologies Office at the US Department of Energy