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HKSOA Joint Seminar Jun 14
June 14, 2023

2023 Typhoon Outlook and Its Impact on Decarbonization

Event details

What

2023 Typhoon Outlook and Its Impact on Decarbonization

Where

United Conference Centre, 10/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway

When

June 14, 2023

Typhoon has an enormous impact on shipping. Safety of the crew, vessel, and cargo are of the utmost concern, aside from disruption to supply chains when ships are delayed because of a typhoon. 

In this event, Petty Leung, Executive Director, Shipping Services at StormGeo will look back on the 2022 typhoon season and share our typhoon outlook for 2023. We will also discuss how typhoon evasion strategies may impact your decarbonization plan. 

At StormGeo, supporting the decarbonization efforts of the international shipping industry and accelerating the use of digital solutions through innovative tools and services to track, monitor and reduce GHG emissions is a top priority.

Join the meeting to get an insight into StormGeo's weather intelligence and decarbonization solutions!

 

Date: June 14, 2023 (Wednesday)

Time: 3:00pm - 5:30pm  

Format: Physical (In-person)

Venue: United Conference Centre, 10/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway

Language: English

 

Rundown:

3:00pm - 3:30pm Registration
3:30pm - 3:35pm

Welcome & Opening Remarks

HKSOA
Nittin Handa,
Director (Regulatory Affairs)

3:35pm - 4:15pm

2023 Typhoon Outlook and Its Impact on Decarbonization

StormGeo
Petty Leung
Executive Director, Shiping Services

4:15pm - 4:30pm

Q&A and closing remarks

StormGeo
Petty Leung
Executive Director, Shiping Services

4:30pm - 5:30pm

Drinks / Networking

 

If you do not see a registration form to the right, please contact chris.pang@stormgeo.com to register for the event. You may also try a different web browser to see if that helps. 

Event has concluded

Meet the speakers
Petty Leung Petty Leung

Petty Leung

Executive Director, Shipping Services

Co-organizer: 


The Hong Kong Shipowners Association

It was incorporated in 1957 by 11 local shipowners with the purpose of creating a forum for shipowners resident in Hong Kong. Over the past 65 years, the Association has grown into one of the world’s largest shipowner associations, its members owning, managing and/or operating a fleet with a combined carrying capacity of over 244 million deadweight tonnes. 

 

 

Where: United Conference Centre, 10/F, United Centre, 95 Queensway

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