Future Ready Maritime Webinars

WSP presents live webinars on Future Ready Maritime, May 15, 22 and 29, 2019.

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Port of Long Beach Land Use Study Featuring WSP's Integrated Land Use Tool

Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Time: 3:00 - 3:30 PM GMT

Join Tom Ward, WSP Director of Maritime Planning, for this live webinar on the Port of Long Beach. 

Tom will present the Integrated Land Use Tool (ILUT) WSP prepared to assist the Port of Long Beach in planing and modelling every aspect of the port’s infrastructure and operations.

Port staff also used ILUT to estimate, compare, and contrast all positive and negative impacts of a broad range of Ready Futures.

The live session concludes with a question-and-answer period.

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PIANC Working Group Findings: Navigating Climate Change Adaptation in Ports and Maritime Infrastructure

Date: Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Time: 3:00 - 3:30 PM GMT

Join Charles Haine, WSP Technical Director and PIANC Working Group Chair, for this live webinar on climate change adaption in ports and navigation infrastructure.

Charles will  outline how ports might navigate this most complex of topics and use the methodology presented to home in on priority actions. He will also showcase the portfolio of measures that ports and owners of maritime infrastructure may take, and point out where interesting sources of data and information might be found. 

Participants will be prompted to think further about how existing ports, canal systems, or inland intermodal hubs can become more resilient and to make themselves Future Ready. 

The live session concludes with a question-and-answer period.

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IM 2020: Impact of the New Low Sulphur Regulation on Asia to North America Shipping Routes

Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Time: 3:00 - 3:30 PM GMT

Join WSP Technical Director Dean Davison for a look at North American shipping routes from Asia and an assessment of the new low sulphur regulation. 

Taking into account different sailing routes and costs involved, how will this new regulation benefit US West Coast ports compared to US East Coast ports? During this live webinar, Dean will address this  and other relevant aspects.

The potential for shift of cargo from West to East will be considered, and the potential impact on use of the Suez and Panama canal routes will be further outlined.

Potential winners and losersfor both shipping lines and ports serving these shipping routeswill be included.

The live session concludes with a question-and-answer period.

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