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EU MRV Seminar in Göteborg, Sweden

11 May 2017, Göteborg
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The Swedish Shipowners Association is inviting Swedish shipping companies to participate in an EU MRV Seminar to be held in Göteborg on Thursday 11 May 2017 between 8:30 AM and 16:00 PM. 

Julien Dufour, CEO, Verifavia Shipping will address Swedish shipping companies on EU MRV and will provide them with key information about the deadlines, the requirements and the challenges of the EU MRV with a focus on the Monitoring Plan. The seminar will also be an opportunity to ask any technical questions about the interpretation and implementation of the EU MRV.
Verifavia Shipping is a completely independent emissions verification body for shipping under the EU MRV Regulation. Verifavia Shipping is the first and only fully accredited global EU MRV verifier with double accreditation from UKAS and COFRAC and can assess and verify any ship anywhere in the world, regardless of Flag, country or class.

08:30 Coffee and sandwich
09:00 Welcome and introduction
Mr. Fredrik Larsson, Swedish Shipowners’ Association
09:10 Regulatory overview, comparison with IMO regulation and preparations
Mr. Julien Dufour, CEO Verifavia & Verifavia Shipping
11:00 Coffee
11:15 Introduction to one solution: Novoprof
12:00 Lunch
12:45 Introduction to one solution: DNV-GL
13:45 Introduction to one solution: Blueflow technology
Mr. Peter Knudsen, Managing Director Blueflow Energy Management
14:30 End of the seminar – closing remarks
Mr. Fredrik Larsson, Swedish Shipowners’ Association
14:45 Workshop - for members of the Swedish Shipowners Association only
16:00 Finish


The seminar is free to attend, please contact to register.


Thursday 11 May 2017
Start Time: 08:30
End Time: 16:00



Room ”Västerhavet”,
Svenskt Näringsliv* , Södra hamngatan 53, Göteborg          
(*The Confederation of Swedish Enterprise)
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