Webinar
Fueling the future: Delivering fuel efficiency and cutting greenhouse gas emissions through methane slip reduction

45min + 15min Q&A
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Fueling the future: Delivering fuel efficiency and cutting greenhouse gas emissions through methane slip reduction

 

Greenhouse gas reduction and fuel efficiency work together to support decarbonisation strategies within the marine environment.

This informative webinar showcases the technology that addresses methane slip to increase fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gases. Focused on vessels operating on LNG, this webinar will provide information about engine upgrades that access methane slip technology and deliver the fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction demanded by a decarbonised future.

Joining our speaker panel are a team of Wärtsilä technical and product experts who will guide you through the technology and solutions that address methane slip.

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES:

  • Learn how methane slip impacts fuel efficiency and increased output of greenhouse gases.
  • Understand the engine control and component technology that delivers greenhouse gas reduction through increased fuel efficiency.
  • Learn about the engine specific solutions that address methane slip now available and in development​



Our presenters
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Marko Huhmarsalo

Senior Product Manager, Small & Medium Bore Enginers

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Mika Mannelin

Senior Product Manager, W50

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Hannu Puputti

Senior Product Manager, W20


Webinar practicalities

You will receive a confirmation e-mail after registration. You will also receive a reminder 1 day and 1 hour before the webinar.

The identities of all viewers will be kept confidential.

High-performance Wifi or hardwire recommended for optimal connection and experience.

All attendees join muted by default

Questions can be sent with the control panel during the presentation or Q&A session

The moderator addresses questions to presenters

Local toll numbers at own cost

PDF and recordings will be available after the webinar

Registration to the webinar has been stopped.

Recording will be published within 24hrs.


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