#IAPH2020 – Early Bird Rates ending 17 November
If you want to dive deep in the many challenges that ports are facing in the broader energy transition debate, the 2020 World Ports Conference is the place to be. Alongside data collaboration, risk and reputation and business innovation, energy transition was selected as one of the four content streams of IAPH’s annual conference, which will be held in Antwerp from 17 to 19 March next year. Key questions to be addressed include: How will ports best support investment in and operation of the refining, manufacturing and distribution of energy products amidst the macro energy transition? How can ports play their part in facilitating the shipping industry to achieve IMO decarbonisation targets while meeting urgent sustainability demands of communities? How can ports become trusted centres of carbon-neutral energy creation and consumption for themselves, their clients, investors, cities and communities? You have just over two weeks left to take advantage of the World Ports Conference early bird registration rates for IAPH members. To view the full #IAPH2020 agenda please click here.