Workshop Renewable Fuels for Shipping

Introduction
The Art Fuels Forum and the Dutch Platform Sustainable Biofuels would like to draft an industry perspective on the position that renewable energy carriers have as an instrument to reach climate goals for seagoing shipping.
 
You would help us to prepare the discussions in the webinar of Thursday, 21stJuly by filling out this survey.
 
This survey is a follow up on the discussions in the online workshop of 14thMay.
 
Context
IMO set a goal of 50% fossil carbon emission reductions by 2050 compared to 2008 levels. The ICCT has established that with a number of energy efficiency measures, a 30% reduction could be reached (ICCT 2011). This would imply that renewable energy carriers have a role to play in reaching the further 20% reduction. This involves a substantial volume of renewable fuels/energy carriers for international shipping in the order of approximately 50 million tons of renewable fuels or energy carriers by 2050.
 
On the other hand, the EU has set a course for net zero emissions in 2050. That would possibly imply even higher volumes of renewable energy carriers in 2050.
 
We will explain the numbers in the workshop on 21 July.
 
In the seminar of July 21st, we will discuss the possible technical pathways for climate neutral energy carriers/fuels that we have identified (we have used E4tech (2018), Art Fuels Forum (2019), JRC (2020))

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* 1. Please mention your Organization

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* 2. Cost effective fuels/energy carriers:
Could you choose your top-3 of cost-effective paths for maritime shipping (under the conditions of supporting instruments) that you see being used at scale in 2050?
(see for hybrid / dual fuel combinations the next questions)

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* 3. Which dual fuel combinations would you see as feasible towards 2050?

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* 4. Which hybrid combinations would you see as feasible towards 2050?

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