Green shipping technology firm, Headway, staged a successful seminar recently at the Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay in Singapore. The ‘Innovation for better low carbon solution’ event attracted more than 100 delegates including owners, yard, designers, and alternative fuel specialists.
In its keynote address, Headway stressed the importance of Singapore as a pioneer in shipping technology and regulations. Specifically, on low carbon options, Headway reaffirmed its commitment to providing suggestions with dedication and innovation.
Highlights included detailed analysis and explanations from Zhang Jie and Satinder Virdi, principal consultants at DNV. They addressed relevant regulations and prevailing market conditions relating to possible decarbonisation pathways.
The Methanol Institute’s COO, Chris Chatterton, gave an in-depth analysis of the fuel’s status and potential while Govinder Singh Chopra, director of SeaTech Solutions International, examined some of the challenges and opportunities facing experts at the design stage as they look to a net-zero future. He also presented a design example of the layout of the OceanGuard® Methanol Fuel Supply System (FSS), intended for retrofits.
Headway specialists gave an update on the company’s low carbon product portfolio. In addition to the FSS, they gave details of the company’s carbon capture, utilisation, and storage system, and its exhaust gas cleaning system. Headway, they revealed, has built a robust carbon ecosystem with a closed-loop value chain that is adaptable, modular and dependable.
Headway has 120 service stations across 56 countries and regions and offers 24/7 support on low-carbon technologies.
Headway stages successful Singapore seminar