Webinar Reminder: Current State of Sustainable Marine Fuels
When we talk about the global supply chain, the shipping industry is a key partner in transporting goods to market. Cargo ships filled with items like food, textiles, and electronics traverse ocean and sea using carbon intensive fossil fuels to power their engines. What if we could make marine fuels more sustainable and emit less greenhouse gas emissions? The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) is working towards that goal.
To learn more, join BETO on March 15, 2022, 3–4 p.m. ET for a webinar titled, The Current State of Sustainable Marine Fuels.
Josh Messner, Technology Manager, BETO; Troy Hawkins, Fuels and Products Group Leader, Argonne National Laboratory; and Lee Kindberg, Head of Environment and Sustainability, North America, Maersk will discuss the current state of sustainable marine fuel research and development, how far it’s come and where it is going, as well as its impact on the shipping industry.
Topics discussed during this webinar include:
- Current marine biofuels research funded by DOE
- Life cycle analyses on marine biofuels
- What the global shipping company Maersk has accomplished with biodiesel in their operations.
Register* for this webinar.
*Note, this webinar is limited to 500 registrants. If you’re unable to attend, the recording will be available on the BETO webinars page after the event.