Project Cargo Summit 2022: In the Midst of Energy Transition

Three-Day Online Event to Take Place on 28-30 September

Photo: Port of Rotterdam - Project Cargo Summit 2021

The ability to adapt to the changing environment has enabled project cargo service providers to come out of the difficult, pandemic-affected period with positive results. Recent geopolitical struggles have seen governments push forward with the energy transition agenda, opening a new avenue of opportunities for the project cargo supply chain.

Energy transition pace is picking up. However, with the opportunities, it raises a number of questions that the upcoming Project Cargo Summit guest speakers will provide answers to. Among many, speakers will respond to questions such as:

  ● How are geopolitical challenges shaping the trends within the project cargo supply chains?

  ● How are the supply chains tackling the challenges?

  ● How are ports facilitating the energy transition?

  ● What modifications are needed to the existing fleet to meet the project cargo industry demands?

  ● What is being done to decarbonise the project transport, in line with the energy transition?

Register for this year's edition of Project Cargo Summit. The three-day online event is taking place on September 28-30. Participation is free of charge. For those attending Breakbulk Americas in Houston or otherwise can't attend PCS live, register to receive links to the videos following the broadcast.