• TPM24
  • March 3-6, 2024 | Long Beach Convention Center

Jeremy Nixon

Ocean Network Express (ONE)


Jeremy Nixon is the global CEO of Ocean Network Express (ONE), one of the largest liner shipping companies in the world. Headquartered in Singapore, the company commenced its operation in April 2018. Nixon's career originally started at sea as a navigating officer, followed by a Bachelor of Science in maritime commerce at Cardiff University (UK) and an MBA at Warwick University (UK). He has been actively engaged in the container shipping industry for the last 30 years and has held senior management positions with P&O Nedlloyd, Maersk Line, and NYK Line in Europe, North America, and Asia. In July 2017, Nixon resigned from NYK to head up ONE, which was a new joint venture company founded by the "K" Line, MOL, and NYK Group companies.

Sessions With Jeremy Nixon

Tuesday, 28 February

  • 09:15am - 10:00am (PST) / 28/feb/2023 05:15 pm - 28/feb/2023 06:00 pm

    The Route to Carbon-Neutral Shipping and a Multi-Fuel Future

    The past few years have thrown an intense spotlight on shipping’s global role in emissions, and the industry faces a multitude of challenges in the years ahead as it moves toward net zero. The International Maritime Organization, the governing body, has set ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships, and there indeed is a strong political will to phase them out as soon as possible. The most ambitious of these targets is to reduce GHG emissions by 2050 at least 50 percent vs. 2008 levels, and there is also an intermediate target to reduce CO2 emissions by 2030. Shippers are looking to decarbonize their supply chains while container carriers are in major a transition from conventional to climate- friendly carbon-neutral fuels, having placed early bets on green methanol and bio-LNG, among others. The industry, however, will need to understand key drivers and implications of a new multi-fuel future. Future fuel availability is also a new focus in S&P Global’s latest and significantly updated 2022 Maritime Forecast to 2050 report, which outlines under what conditions each new fuel type will proliferate. What will win — biofuels, e-fuels or fossil fuels with carbon capture and storage — remains uncertain, but we can say with confidence that the future fuel market will be more diverse than today and reliant on multiple primary energy sources. This session will address the future fuel transition, what role shippers play in the supply chain decarbonization, and how the collaboration between shippers and carriers can turn this muti-decade challenge into a business opportunity.