Marine fuels testing company VPS on Thursday (13 April) announced they will be hosting a biofuels seminar in Hamburg, Germany.
The event will focus on overcoming challenges posed by biofuels as an alternative bunker fuel for the decarbonisation of shipping.
The event will be held at the Hotel Ameron Speicherstadt, Am Sandtorkai 4, 20457 Hamburg, from 2.00pm to 6.30pm on 19 April.
The topic will primarily focus on biofuels in terms of the challenges they constitute and how these can be overcome with in depth knowledge and pragmatic quality control so that biofuels are successfully implemented as a viable alternative marine fuel.
It will be hosted by two seasoned VPS professionals, Wolf Rehder, Area Manager Germany and Thomas Schmidt, Senior Sales Manager.
Note: To register for the event, contact [email protected].
Photo credit: VPS
Published: 14 April, 2023
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