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The shift towards renewable energy has started and is accelerating fast around the globe. It has significant implications for logistics and the supply chain.

Now’s the ideal time to talk about logistics and the shift towards renewable energy. The EU is planning a massive increase in green energy, aiming by 2030 for an energy mix that’s 45% renewables with 13% lower consumption. There’s no doubt that addressing logistics challenges will be critical to the success of the net-zero transition. 

The one-day in-person conference provided a platform to engage, exchange, and learn from each other. The conference explored how logistics is now vitally important to business viability and profitability in the transitioning energy sector, focusing on five key areas:

  • Finding end-to-end perspectives that address the whole supply chain and the full energy infrastructure lifecycle
  • Using smart digital platforms and tools to improve energy supply chain visibility and digitalization
  • Developing sustainable logistics solutions and using key emerging technologies

Change is occurring at an unprecedented pace. So now is the right time to learn about emerging trends, share best practices, and network with your peers within the energy industry. 

Daniel MesDaniel Mes

Cabinet Member, EVP Frans Timmermans

European Commission

Felix FaberFelix Faber


Shell Germany

Ann DaviesAnn Davies

Group COO

Lightsource bp

Flemming BreumFlemming Breum

Senior EPC Director


Dan JellesmarkDan Jellesmark

Lead Freight Specialist, Global Transportation

Grundfos Operations A/S

Kilian CroneKilian Crone

Team Leader, International Hydrogen Economy

German Energy Agency 

Sven SeifertSven Seifert

Head of Corporate Supply Chain Logistics

Siemens Gamesa

Laurens GoversLaurens Govers

Director Chartering & Projects


Andreas MündelAndreas Mündel

SVP Strategy & Operations Programs


Dominique von OrelliDominique von Orelli

Executive Vice President

Global Head of Ocean Freight

Michael WiedemannMichael Wiedemann

President, Energy Sector


  • A lawyer by training, Daniel started his career at the European Commission in its competition department. There he worked on transport and digital technology files. During the last Commission term, he managed relations with the European Parliament and the Council, including on digital policy files, and was a speechwriter to Margrethe Vestager. Since 1 December 2019, he works in the Cabinet of Executive Vice-President Frans Timmermans on transport and on digital aspects of the European Green Deal.

  • Felix Faber was just recently appointed CEO of Shell Germany as of 1 August 2022. In this role, he will continue to drive and accelerate Shell's transformation in Germany as a partner for decarbonisation and pacesetter for the energy transition.

    Felix, who began his Shell career in Hamburg in 1999, brings with him long experience as a manager in national and international roles. In Germany, he was, among other things, Managing Director of euroShell Germany and Managing Director of Shell's German and then Northwest European lubricants business. He now returns for the top German position from the Netherlands, from where he most recently managed global fuel trading as GM Global Supply and Commercial Fuels. Previously, Felix was responsible for Shell's fortunes in Turkey as Managing Director of Shell & Turcas Petrol A.S. 

  • Ann Davies joined Lightsource bp in September 2020 as Group Chief Operating Officer, on secondment from bp. Ann oversees a wide range of vital functions at the company across the global portfolio, not just operations, engineering and procurement, but also health and safety, one of Lightsource bp’s Core Values. Her responsibilities also include digital and technology, both of which are key focuses for the company as it continues to push the boundaries of solar.

    Prior to joining Lightsource bp, Ann spent 15 years at bp in a wide range of international leadership, engineering and operational roles, most recently Head of Country, Georgia. Ann holds a Masters of Physics degree from Oxford University. She is passionate about progress - keeping active and engaged in the STEM and energy community, solving big challenges, and encouraging and embracing inclusion and diversity. These areas are of crucial importance to Lightsource bp, and Ann’s leadership is crucial in helping the company realise it’s ambition of providing sustainable and affordable energy to businesses and communities worldwide.

  • Flemming Breum is the EPC Director for Ocean Wind 01, the largest Offshore Wind Farm in the US to be build and commissioned in 2024-2025. Ocean Wind 01 has the nameplate capacity of 1.1GW. Flemming is responsible for leading a worldwide team of highly skilled engineers and contractors from many fields of expertise in order to bring the large scale utility project to life. He has extensive experience in Offshore Wind working as head of the world largest preassembly site in the port of Esbjerg (DK) for Siemens Offshore Wind Power.

    The last 8 years Flemming has been working for Offshore Wind Developer Ørsted. In Ørsted he has worked as head of offshore construction management and as head of Heavy Logistic Procurement and has recently transferred into the role of EPC Director for Ocean Wind 01.

  • Dan Jellesmark is leading the sustainability path within Grundfos global logistic in terms of measuring and reducing the world wide Co2 footprint from transportation. Dan brings almost 20 years of experience as a supply chain professional and has worked half of the time in the logistic industry and half of the time in leading industrial companies.

    Dan is caretaking supply chain optimization, integration and pioneering new sustainable solutions with some of the largest logistic providers in the world. Grundfos is the global leader in producing pumps and a family owned company rooted in Denmark with sustainability as a big part of the company DNA.

  • Kilian Crone leads the team on international hydrogen economy at the German Energy Agency dena. He acted as project leader for the Global Alliance Powerfuels, an industry-backed initiative founded in 2018 to foster the market development of electricity-based energy carriers internationally. An economist by education, he has been with dena since 2016. He has written and contributed to a variety of analyses and studies on hydrogen and powerfuels in the regulatory and energy system perspectives. He is driven by the question of how hydrogen can make local renewable potentials accessible globally, and act as a catalyst for the energy transition.

  • Sven is the Head of Corporate Supply Chain Logistics at Siemens Gamesa. He is an experienced executive with broad international background, comprehensive expert knowledge in procurement, supply chain management, logistics, business administration and business excellence. He has a track record in successful and sustainable transformation of end-to-end supply chains from strategy development to operational implementation with longstanding digitalization background.

    Sven joined Siemens in 1998 and has worked in several project, product and service business roles – including the development of sustainable procurement and supply chain management process structures, production relocation on four continents and with managerial authority and responsibility for up to 1.800 employees.

  • Laurens Govers, is Director Chartering & Projects within the Jumbo-SAL-Alliance GmbH & Co KG. The Alliance was established in April 2021 between Jumbo Shipping Contractors BV and SAL Heavy Lift GmbH Co. KG. and he is responsible for all the commercial activities for both carriers. Operating from Schiedam, the Netherlands, Laurens is responsible for the Key Projects and Oil and Gas Offshore divisions. Laurens started his career at Jumbo in 1998 as a member of the Global Commercial Department. After several years of being responsible for various geographical areas he became Manager of the Commercial Department. In this position he was responsible for the worldwide commercial shipping activities of Jumbo Shipping Contractors BV and became a member of the Management Team. Jumbo-SAL-Alliance has direct access to 30 heavy lift vessels with lifting capacity up to 3000 tons and 2 semi-submersible deck carriers and is active in a semi liner service combined with worldwide tramping for break bulk and heavy lift cargoes. Next to these activities, the Alliance aims to be the partner of choice for complex project logistics supported with in-house engineering, project management and QHSE.

  • Dr. Andreas Mündel has been in various strategic roles in the consulting and logistics industry for 20 years. After studying physics, he initially worked for the management consultancy McKinsey and moved to Deutsche Post DHL in 2004 as Head of Strategy of DHL Express Europe.

    He is now SVP of Group Strategy and responsible for strategic projects in the area of production. This includes the Clean OPS teams, the lead of the Sustainable Fuel project, the Center of Excellence Automation of Operations, the Group OHS team and Corporate Patent Management. 

    In addition, Mr. Mündel coordinates the agenda of the Operations Board, which includes the divisional board members for Operations in addition to the CEO.

  • Dominique von Orelli is heading the Global Ocean Freight Organization, the FCL product and Industrial Projects for DHL Global Forwarding (DGF), reporting to the CEO of DGF. He spent the last + 35 years in various positions at DGF and worked in several countries on various continents. He is responsible for the definition and execution of the global Ocean Freight strategy and for the global Ocean Freight P & L at DGF.

    In addition he develops and maintains relationships with key customers as well as partner ocean carriers. Operational quality is also part of Dominique’s responsibility. He is leading the Full Container Load (FCL) product in a double role and steers the carrier management and carrier procurement for DGF. Since April 2021, Dominique additionally assumed the leadership of Industrial Projects at DGF.  

  • Michael is the Global President of DHL’s Energy Sector.  His main responsibility is the strategic and business development of the sector within DHL. He leads a diverse global team of highly skilled energy-specific logistics professionals who, as customer needs dictate, connect to a network of local specialists across 220 countries and territories. This enables the team to deliver best-in-class logistics solutions tailored to the specific requirements of energy companies no matter how remote their operations, while also meeting local market conditions and custom regulations.

    With over 18 years of experience working in increasingly senior roles across many of DHL’s organizations, Michael brings unique logistics insight to the energy market. Michael has extensive knowledge of the broad range of supply chain demands energy companies have as they work to deliver mission-critical infrastructure;  their need to deliver exploration and production activities in some of the most remote parts of the world and run city-sized refinery operations, chemical plants, or need to manage large retail networks.

    He recognizes the need to embrace innovation and to create pioneering products and solutions to develop the flexible, agile, and resilient supply chain networks energy companies need in order to keep ahead of the curve. It’s the importance of the sector that drives Michael and his team to work tirelessly with customers in ‘powering our world, together' and delivering excellence to the energy sector.

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