|IMO is hosting a Symposium on IMO 2020 and Alternative Fuels on Thursday, 17 October and Friday, 18 October 2019 in the Main Hall at IMO Headquarters, London, United Kingdom. This one and half day symposium aims to raise awareness and to take stock of the preparations for the new IMO 2020 rule, and to discuss the role of alternative fuels in the decarbonization of international shipping.|
The Symposium will be live-streamed and remote participation is open to Member Governments, IGOs, NGOs and the general public. Member Governments, IGOs, NGOs can register delegates to attend the symposium.The symposium is also open to delegates who wish to attend the symposium but who are not affiliated with an IMO delegation.
Further details and a provisional agenda can be found in Circular letter No.3998.
Save the date – Symposium on IMO 2020 and Alternative Fuels (17-18 October 2019)
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