Future sulfur regulation on Baltic Sea - Hearing on scenarios for the Midnordic Cargo Transports

Presentations now available.
NECL II arranged a hearing in Sundsvall on 7th of June about the future sulfur regulation on Baltic Sea.
Ca. 25 persons participated in the hearing and discussed the consequences of the sulfur regulation for the Midnordic industry and environment.

The presentations:
Basic facts/introduction to the themePDF (Gustav Malmqvist, Midek Ltd.)

Presentation of NECL II -projectPDF (Per-Åke Hultstedt, NECL II)

Bothnian Green Logistic CorridorPDF (Mårten Edberg, BGLC -project)

Flexibility vs. specilisation in European Short sea shippingPDF (Johan Woxenius, Professor maritime transport)

Consequences of the sulphur directive - Finnish perspectivePDF (Tapani Stipa, Baltic Institute)

Consequences of the sulphur directive for paper and wood industryPDF (Magnus Svensson, SCA Transforest)

Alternative fuels for maritime transportsPDF (Dag Stenersen, MARINTEK/Sintef)

Port of Trondheim - development plans and futurePDF (Daniel Flathagen, Port of Trondheim)

Consequences of the sulphur directive for Swedish portsPDF (Mikael Castanius, Sveriges hamnar)

Program attached. PDF

More information:
WP4-leader Henric Fuchs, tel. +46 73 270 7557, henric-fuchs(at)lvn.se

Uppdated: 2012-06-15
Participants at the hearing.
Study on renewable biofuels

• Council and the European Parliament reach a provisional agreement on the sulphur content of marine fuels (Council of the European Union 23 May 2012): http://consilium.europa.eu/uedocs/cms_data/docs/pressdata/en/envir/130351.pdfexternal link, opens in new window

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