The Argus Green Marine Fuels Conference will bring together leading decision makers and trailblazers across industries working towards providing sustainable solutions for the maritime fuel sector.

Hear from companies ranging from alternative future fuel suppliers to shipowners, regulators, associations and financiers as they discuss key questions and potential solutions to the decarbonisation of the shipping supply chain.

In-person: Hilton Rotterdam, The Netherlands & Online Access

Hydrogen Europe members will receive 10% off the current rate – please get in touch with us at to get your discount code.

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