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Annual Summit 2019 on Adapting to a New Normal

08. March 2019
Following the 2015 Annual Summit called "Come Hell or High Water", the 2016 summit called "Restructuring & Survival", the 2017 summit called "Consolidation for Sustainable Growth" and last year's summit on "Complexity in Decision Making", we this year look at the perfect storm in shipping when it all happens at once.
If this is the new normal, how to adapt? We bring you leading speakers from Oslo, Bergen, London and St. Gallen, Switzerland to discuss topics like geopolitics, macroeconomics, the new normal, how to save the oceans, energy transition, digital transformation and more. See full programme under "RELATED FILES" to the right of this article.
 
Welcome to join our discussions at lovely Losby Gods and meet these great speakers and panelists:
 
OPENING SESSION
Opening speaker Dr. Josef Mondl, University of St. Gallen:
TIANXIA - Historical Rationalities of China's New Normal
Ulf Sverdrup, NUPI: Norway in a World of Turmoil
Mark Williams, Shipping Strategy, London: Consequences for Shipping
 
MAIN SESSION ON ADAPTING TO A NEW NORMAL
Kjartan Bru, BNP Paribas SA, introduction to the topic and moderator
Ingrid M. Due-Gundersen, Höegh Autoliners, speaker and panelist
Jan Peder Myklebost, Hydro Aluminium, speaker and panelist
Tom Søfteland, Star Bulk, panelist
Jens Ismar, Western Bulk, panelist
André Borge, Wagle Chartering, panelist
 
PRE-DINNER SPEAKER
Vidar Helgesen, Norway's Special Envoy for the Ocean
 
MARKET UPDATES
Erik Tønne, Clarksons Platou
 
ENERGY TRANSITION
Arnstein Eknes, DNV GL
 
CLOSING SPEAKER ON DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION
Thale Mjavatn, Microsoft Norway
 
COST AND REGISTRATION: NOK 6,900 for members
Non-members: NOK 8,900.
Price includes all meals, drinks and single room accommodation 1 night at Losby Gods.

To sign up, follow the link to the event page
 
or send an email to us on post@shippingoffshorenetwork.no
 
no later than Friday 29 March.
 

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