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Carlo Raucci
Principal Consultant at UMAS


Dr Carlo Raucci is a Principal Consultant leading UMAS’s work on alternative fuels and low carbon technologies for the decarbonisation of the shipping industry.

Carlo holds a PhD from the University College London on ‘The potential of hydrogen as a fuel for shipping’. He is currently providing consultancy services assessing shipping future scenarios and providing sustainability strategies for major industry bodies, private companies and governments.

He has more than 10 years’ experience of research in the shipping and climate change fields as well as advocacy on energy systems and low carbon transport.

He is co-author of the 3rd IMO GHG Study and the Assessment of Fuel Oil Availability Study that informed the IMO’s decision on 0.5% Sulphur limits. He authored several publications on the topic of transition to zero-emissions vessels including the Lloyds Register/UMAS Zero Emissions Vessels - Transition Pathways report and the Getting to Zero Coalition insight report, The scale of investment needed to decarbonise international shipping. 

Carlo has extensive experience in the development and the commercial deployment of data analytics tools such as a model for assessing the technical and operational evolution of a fleet; a model to assess the uptake of zero-emissions vessels and forecasting future zero-carbon fuels prices.

He has previous experience as a consultant managing several projects with the leading national and international companies in the energy, transportation, public administration, aerospace and defence industries. He has a BSc in Management Engineering of Logistic and Production and an MSc in Energy Management Engineering, both from the University of Naples Federico II.

Agenda Sessions

  • Debate: Does LNG have a future as a ship's fuel?

  • Looking to the future: carbon pricing and market-based measures: how will this impact shipping and port infrastructure??


Speakers at this event