Workshop: Shipping and Port Development
Shipping and ports are very significant for economic development. Shipping is already intense within the Baltic Sea and forecasts predict continued growth both in terms of frequency and transport volumes, increasing the risk of accidents. In spatial terms, shipping lanes and access routes to ports are of key importance in view of the underlying linear infrastructure.
Title: Maritime Spatial Planning, Shipping and Ports Development in the Baltic Sea
Date: 24 October 2013
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Host: Region Skåne
Contact: Peter Askman + 46 (0)44-309 3293
Downloads: Agenda, Summary report of the workshop
The purpose of this workshop was, within the field of maritime spatial planning, to:
- Give an introduction to Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) with focus on implications of MSP on the shipping and ports sectors.
- Bring together pan-Baltic stakeholders and other international players from the port/shipping sectors to discuss and analyse the importance of marine spatial planning for these sectors, their roles and perspectives.
- Identify considerations from shipping and ports sectors to be taken into account in planning process.
- Identify main issues for dialogue and collaboration on a pan-Baltic level.
- Identify the use of existing or new structures for MSP dialogue and collaboration.
- Establish a starting point for upcoming processes and partnerships.
- Contribute to recommendations on future development of MSP around the Baltic Sea Region.
- PartiSEApate: Multi-Level-Governance in Maritime Spatial Planning – A. Schultz-Zehden, s.Pro
- BaltSeaPlan VISION 2030: Translating MSP into practice – the shipping 2030 scenario - A. Schultz-Zehden, s.Pro
- Setup of the workshop – H. Nilsson, World Maritime University
- Shipping development yesterday, today and tomorrow - N. Bengtsson, Maritime Insight
- Changing ship traffic lanes in Norway: Integration of data with Government – Industry collaboration for planning and execution - G. Olsen, Jeppesen Marine
- Coordination of shipping routes and other maritime uses in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany – G. Köhler, Ministry of Energy, Infrastructure and State Development, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
- Swedish ports – Port development in Sweden - M. Castanius, Association Ports of Sweden and Swedish representative in ESPO
- Port development and coastal planning: Some findings – B. Oldakowski, Baltic Ports Organization
- Port of Oskarshamn – A Maritime Spatial Planning, thoughts and actions from a port company – A. Sjöblom, Port of Oskarshamn
- Towards coherent maritime spatial planning in the Baltic Sea Region - T. Linkaits, HELCOM VASAB