Two and a half years have passed since the Baltic Sea Region was introduced as a Sulphur Emission Control Area (SECA).
It is time to take a closer look at the lessons learned and the experiences gained by shipowners, ports, maritime equipment producers and authorities in the Baltic Sea Region. And what is the business potential that has emerged as a result of the innovations brought on by the SECA regulation?
Thus, the GoLNG and EnviSum projects have arranged this study visit which takes the form of a “Pick n’ Choose” a programme where you can participate in either;
A study visit to Lidköping Biogas Plant or a visit to DFDS Petunia Seaways (scrubber vessel) on the 9th of May
On the 10th of May, you can take part in a panel discussion or a company visit and later on join us for a guided tour around the Port of Gothenburg and a visit to Nya Älvsborg Emission Measurement Station
For more information, please contact Charlotte Vinding
This study visit is jointly organised by the EnviSuM and Go LNG Interreg Baltic Sea Region projects.