New IMO emission targets require bold actions. Are your company ready for the future regulations?

Breakfast seminar 31 May: Sustainable shipping

Shipping nations have agreed to drastically reduce their emissions within the next 30 years. Will the industry reach the targets in time, and how?

Viking Heat Engines hereby invites you to a breakfast seminar in Oslo on 31 May (8:30-10:00 am) that will focus on the new and ambitious emission targets recently agreed upon by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

Who will drive the agreement forward towards a 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gases, and is this a realistic goal? Will there be a CO2 tax on shipping, and how does this relate to the 2020 target on sulfur emissions?  And will the new agreement finally give shipping companies from Northern Europe a competitive edge in the race towards a sustainable shipping industry?

All these questions and more will be discussed during this timely event that gathers some interesting voices from the government, shipping  industry and green tech.

Main speaker: 

Mr. Sveinung Oftedal 

Sveinung Oftedal, Photo credit: IMO

 Leader for the IMO negotiations and Senior Adviser at the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment

The next steps: the IMO negotiations and the roadmap towards 2050

The breakfast seminar will be held at Grand Hotel in Oslo on Thursday 31 May at 08: 30-10: 00. Following the meeting, Viking Heat Engines invites to a technical session of technology for those who are interested.

Push here to register for the event (RSVP by 28 May)


For more information about the event or to get in touch, contact us at norway@vikingheatengines.com. We look forward to seeing you in Oslo!


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