Tsakos Energy Navigation backs LISW25 Headline Conference

Leading shipowner Tsakos Energy Navigation (TEN), which has been a publicly-listed maritime company for more than 30 years, has given its backing to the highly anticipated Headline Conference of London International Shipping Week 2025 (LISW25).

The LISW25 Headline Conference will once again be held at the prestigious London headquarters of the International Maritime Organization and will be attended
by some of the world’s most prominent shipping and government leaders. There will be much to discuss as shipping endeavours to meet its stringent global decarbonisation goals by 2050 and milestone targets. High-level speakers will delve into shipping’s macroeconomics and consider the geopolitical dynamics which have the potential to de-rail world trade.

Athens-headquartered TEN Ltd is a leading international seaborne trade transporter of energy with a versatile fleet of modern crude, oil, and product tankers, LNG, and shuttle tankers. It lists among its clientele state entities, international oil majors, and major oil traders. The company has grown consistently every year since its establishment in 1993. Since its NYSE IPO in 2002, TEN Ltd has provided common shareholders with $800 million in common and preferred share dividends, equating to over $36 million per annum since the issuance of preferred shares in 2013.

Sean Moloney, co-founder and co-owner of LISW welcomed the support of TEN and stressed that the involvement of the important Greek ship owning market is an crucial factor in the success of LISW as a global event. He commented: “TEN is an established supporter of LISW and we are delighted and honoured to have received their support for next year. As Headline Conference sponsor, TEN will help to ensure that the highest level of debate is evident throughout the conference, embracing innovative and informative intelligence from throughout the trade chain to spark lively discussions and generate vital industry examination. On behalf of Shipping Innovation, I would like to extend my gratitude to Nikolas Tsakos and his colleagues for their long-standing support.”

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