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2020 Forums & Webinars

Future Fuels Forum


For all the positive progress towards decarbonizing shipping, the industry was struggling to make tangible investment decisions even before the economic tsunami of coronavirus crashed through the global markets, upending every aspect of the shipping industry in its wake.

While the long-term goals remain unchanged, decarbonisation could now take a back seat while governments focus on rebuilding their economies, injecting further uncertainty into the regulatory timelines and leaving owners wary of making any firm decisions.

Lloyd’s List managing editor Richard Meade alongside a panel of leading shipping and bunker industry experts will offer an insiders’ view of how shipping will fuel its future and how businesses can avoid the transitional pitfalls along the way.

Insurance Day London Market Webinar 

Insurance Day’s London Market Webinar brings together some of the market’s most senior leaders and industry experts for an in-depth discussion on the key issues facing the London market. Participants will come away with the best understanding available of the direction of the Lloyd’s specialty re/insurance market and of the rating environment.

The London Market Webinar will help you identify opportunities to futureproof your business whilst undertsanding the direction the market is heading with the help of exclusive insight from our expert panellists. Alongside bringing the best and brightest together for converstaion this event presents are a fantastic opportunity for networking with other industry participants and the Insurance Day editorial team.

Lloyd's List Posidonia Forum

Divani Apollon, Athens

Rumours of the death of the traditional shipowner may have been greatly exaggerated, but the industry’s modus operandi is undergoing profound changes.

Buying 15-year-old ships and bleeding them dry until the last possible scrapping date is no longer a sustainable strategy, but equally those looking to find cash streams in the digital exhaust of shipping’s automated, inter-connected future have not yet found a viable new business model. The transformation calls for business model innovation and significant investment in new technologies and fuel types, but there are few certainties and long-term investments are riddled with risk.

Lloyd's List SMM Forum

Messe Hamburg

The shipbuilding sector continues to be weighed down by years of surplus capacity which will, in part, lead inevitably to further consolidation. Increasingly, shipyards will have to become smart-yards, embracing semi-automation and digitisation that will require significant investment in a sector already overburdened by debt. Parallel to that journey, shipyards will come under greater pressure, internationally, to clean up their act as part of the transition to carbon-neutrality.

The panelists will explore, among other things, if and when overcapacity will subside, where consolidation is most likely and where the finance will be coming from.

Lloyd's List APAC Outlook 2021 Forum


This event will take place in conjunction with the 2020 APAC Awards


Registrations will open soon

Lloyd's Loading List Freight Outlook 2021 Forum

Royal Lancaster, London

This event will be held in conjunction with the 2020 Global Freight Awards


Registrations will open soon


24 November 2020

Lloyd's List Global Outlook 2021 Forum

240 Blackfriars, London

This forum will address the continued opportunities and challenges facing the shipping industry now we have reached the end of 2020


Registrations will open soon


26 November 2020

Insurance Day London Market Forum

Lloyd's of London

This event will look to the future of the London Market


Registrations will open soon

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