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Low Carbon Maritime Navigation & Ports

30 November - 12:00 PM (GMT)


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About the Event

As the global shipping industry faces unprecedented changes, UK marine technology suppliers are wasting no time in developing innovative solutions that will help companies around the world navigate the challenges of tomorrow.


With the growing demand for environmentally sustainable performance, also grows the need to use greener fuels and low carbon technologies. In this sense, relations between British and Brazilian companies could not be more synergistic. With a vibrant sector and great prospects for expansion, Brazil will be able to make good use of British technology to adapt itself to the challenges of the future of the Maritime and Port Industries.


To find out more about this synergy and how to be part of it, join the UK Department for International Trade in the Webinar: “Low Carbon Maritime and Port Industries”


This event will feature presentations by the Brazilian Society of Naval Engineering (SOBENA) the International Windship Association (IWSA) and the Ministry of Infrastructure of Brazil, contributing their perspectives on the sector in Brazil and the United Kingdom and on the synergies between the two countries. The UK Government will also showcase Britain's innovative capacity through the Connect Places Catapult innovation agency as well as financing opportunities through UK Export Finance and financial perspectives with the London Stock Exchange.


Be part in this important discussion about the future of the Maritime and Port Industries in Brazil. Register Now!






Tuesday, 30 November 2021
09:00 AM - 09:15 PM
Opening Remarks
Martin Whalley, Director of Trade & Investment Brazil and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) for Latin America and Caribbean, British Consulate São Paulo
09:15 PM - 09:50 PM
Green Ports & Navigation: current scenario and trends
Jean David Caprace, Editor-in-Chief, Marine Systems & Ocean Technology
Gavin Allwright, Secretary General, International Windship Association (IWSA)
Tom White, Maritime and Ports Lead, Connected Places Catapult
09:50 PM - 10:20 PM
Driving Innovation to Decarbonise Operations
Francois Debroux, Sales Director, SRT Marine Systems plc
Andrew Hay, Sales Engineer, Malin Group
10:20 PM - 10:45 PM
Overview of Opportunities in Brazil
Sharisse Monteiro, General Coordinator of Infrastructure Fund Project, Ministry of Infrastructure (Brazil)
Daniel Aldigueri, New Business to Ports, Ministry of Infrastructure (Brazil)
10:45 PM - 11:05 PM
Support to Green Financing
Federica Giacometti, Business Development Senior Associate, Multi-Asset Primary Markets, London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG)
Steve Crosley, International Origination Manager , UK Export Finance
11:05 PM - 11:25 PM
Questions & Answers
Luis Mattos, CEO, RBNA Consult

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Don't miss the opportunity to learn more about the future of the maritime and ports industry!

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