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Workshop: Cruise Port Newcomer Infrastructure Solutions – Green Bunkering of Cruise Vessels with Sustainable Fuel Options (WP3)

Esbjerg, Denmark June 6th-7th 2018

12:30 - 13:00

Welcoming and registration

13:00 - 13:30

Introduction to the Port of Esbjerg
Mr. Jesper Bank, CCO at Port of Esbjerg

13:30 - 14:45

Tour of the Port

15:15 - 16:00

Cruise Tourism in Esbjerg and the Green Transition
A representative from Business Development Esbjerg

Esbjerg, Denmark

June 6th-7th 2018

Venue:
Semco Maritime
Esbjerg Brygge 30
6700 Esbjerg

Thursday, June 7th 2018

08:45 - 09:00

Registration

09:00 - 10:00

Steering Committee SC06 meeting
*more detailed Agenda will follow

10:00 - 11:00

Presentation of Business Case
Mr. Poul Sørensen, Chief Market Manager, COWI

11:15 - 12:00

Prospects for LNG
Mr. Frej Olsen, Business Development Manager, Kosan Crisplant

13:00 - 14:00

How to get started within LNG at your port
Mr. Dan-Erik Andersson, COO at Port of Gothenburg

14:00 - 15:30

Wrap Up

Workshop: Cruise Port Newcomer Infrastructure Solutions – Green Bunkering of Cruise Vessels with Sustainable Fuel Options (WP3)

Esbjerg, Denmark June 6th-7th 2018

The Port of Esbjerg hosted and organized the workshop under the Green Cruise Port project of the EU Interreg BSR Programme 2104 – 2020 in Esbjerg, Denmark, on 6th and 7th June 2018.



The workshop took place at the premises of the company Semco Maritime, and it focused on green bunkering for cruise vessels – more specifically LNG. As the business areas of the Port of Esbjerg differ from those of the other project partners, the Port of Esbjerg presented an introduction to the Port on the first day of the workshop focusing on how the Port of Esbjerg has played an important role in the green transition in Denmark. In fact, the Port of Esbjerg is the largest base port for wind activities in the world, and the Port regard this as a business opportunity within the cruise industry when it comes to linking tourism with being green.



A total of 23 persons representing both project partners and associated partners participated in the workshop throughout the two days. The main focus of the workshop – in addition to the presentation of the Port of Esbjerg - was on the business case for green bunkering of cruise vessels with sustainable fuel options.





The Port of Esbjerg had chosen the company COWI to conduct the analysis, and they also presented the findings on day 2. The analysis and the business case were put into perspective by Mr. Dan-Erik Andersson, COO, Port of Gothenburg, Sweden, who elaborated on how the Port of Gothenburg got started with LNG.

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