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Get set for Workboat 2050

The Commercial Marine Network, in partnership with Seawork and Maritime Journal, present: 'Get set for Workboat 2050' in association with the Workboat Association.

Owners, operators, fuel providers and engine manufacturers need to get on board with Workboat 2050. Growing pressures to decarbonise across all sectors of the marine industry mean it is more important than ever to understand the opportunities available, both short term and long term, in order to meet these mandatory targets. Incorporate the necessary changes into your plans now to ensure you are best placed to make the right capital expenditure decisions on repair, maintenance, and replacement.

Join our online forum of experts for a series of four free bitesize webinars, culminating in a fifth live event at Seawork 2021, designed to make Workboat 2050 easier to digest.

Register your interest here for the first webinar in the series which will take place on Thursday 5th November at 10:00 GMT.

Online Conference Schedule:

Webinar 1: Short term 2020 to 2025: Current biofuel choices & optimising existing diesel engines.
Webinar 2: Short term 2020 to 2025: Re-engining & re-fitting the fleet.
Webinar 3: Medium term 2025 onwards: Vessel design & technologies for the future - new hull designs.
Webinar 4: Medium term 2025 onwards: Vessel design & technologies for the future - propulsion systems.
LIVE AT SEAWORK 2021: Long term 2035 onwards: The future fuel race. How do we go about commissioning a vessel in this changing environment?
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