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Energy Efficiency in Shipping
"Latest innovations and techniques to improve fuel economy"

11-12 November 2014, London , UK

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  1. 1. Anne-Marie Warris, Consultant, Ecoreflect Laura Langh, Commercial Director, Langhship Tor Ask, Fleet Director, Solvang Neeraj R. Sareen, Commercial Operations Manager, AET Jan Øivind Svardal, VP Project Development Grieg Star Nikolaos Kretsis, Deputy Technical Director, Lomar Shipping Kjeld Roar Jensen, Director, Head of Performance Management, Clipper Group Melvin Mathews - Director Maritime, Eniram Ltd. Henrik Marloth, Project Manager, Eitzen Chemical Victoria Stulgis, Senior Associate Shipping Operation, Carbon War Room Andrew Bedwin, Fleet Technical Controller, Vships Heiko Kunst, G Climate, European Commission Alan McCarthy, Consultant, Eurofin International Senior Representative, The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) Helle Gleie, Executive Director, KPI Association and former Director, Sustainable Shipping Initiative James Anderson, Electro-Technical Superintendent, Caledonian Maritime Assets Dominic Hudson, Senior Lecturer, University of Southampton Omar Frits Eriksson, Danish Maritime Authority Terje Lade, Manager, Lade AS Pia Meling, Sales & Marketing Manager, Clean Marine ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü "Latest innovations and techniques to improve fuel economy" th th 11 & 12 November 2014, Hotel Kensington Close, London, UK Energy Efficiency in Shipping 2014 Key Highlights ü Tonnage Represented - Over 50m tonnes ü Ships represented - Over 1600 Prominent Speakers
  2. 2. th th 11 & 12 November 2014, London, UK Supported by: InterManager Silver Sponsor: Associate Sponsor:
  3. 3. Expected Attendees ü Ship Owners, Operators & Managers ü Pool Operators & Charterers ü Regulators & Lawyers ü Bankers & Insurers ü Ports & Terminals ü Service Providers ü Technology Suppliers ü Consultants & Researchers ü Shipyards, Dry-docks & Scrapyards Key Themes ü What works and doesn't work for a ship operator? ü Latest regulatory updates for ship-owners and operators. ü Is alternative fuels and LNG a viable substitute to the marine fuel used today? ü How the latest developments in propulsion contribute to fuel efficiency? ü Is Hybrid propulsion an efficient alternative method of propulsion? ü How widespread is Route management as a non- technical method of increasing fuel economy? ü How successful is SEEMP implementation in the industry? ü What are the latest eye catching innovations in technology? ü How important is measuring efficiency improvements a strategic necessity for ROI? th th 11 & 12 November 2014, London, UK Overview Reducing emissions is necessary in this new age of sustainability and environmental awareness; however the cost of fuel has risen significantly in the last decade. This means ship operators have to absorb the costs, pass them onto the customer or try and reduce fuel usage. Reducing fuel usage is the most common sense approach to this issue, and there are a number of ways this can be done, from hull coatings, to route management, hybrid propulsion and even alternative fuels. Measuring these techniques is an issue for ship-owners because not one can be measured in situ, but has to be measured amongst everything else. So there is no way of measuring an accurate ROI. This has the effect of making any investment decision one based on rationale rather than concrete results. Finally, new innovations in increasing fuel economy appear on the market all the time. Some have been researched for years, some only recently, but they all deserve a proper examination. Moreover, the techniques and technologies that have been in use already can be shown to have worked or not.
  4. 4. Day One th 11 November 2014 08:30 09:30 Chairperson's opening remarks Anne-Marie Warris - Consultant, Ecoreflect 09:40 Setting the scene – a regulatory overview Emissions regulations and energy efficiency are inextricably linked. What regulatory drivers are there to ensure that energy efficiency stays at the forefront of decision-making? Heiko Kunst - DG Climate, European Commission 10:10 A perspective from a ship manager- what works and what doesn't? A case study from a leading company. Kjeld Roar Jensen - Director, Head of Performance Management, Clipper Group 10:40 11:00 PANEL Discussion: Latest technologies on the market A discussion on existing technologies and their applications. The discussion will focus on ROI, regulations, existing capabilities and more. - Alan McCarthy - Consultant, Eurofin International 11:40 A viewpoint from a classification society A leading classification society describes what energy efficiency means to them and the sector as a whole. 12:10 LNG as an alternative – is it a viable proposition? LNG fuel is seen as a way of reducing emissions, but the cost remains prohibitive, the supply uncertain, and its economy performance not a significant improvement. So what can LNG bring to the table when it comes to fuel efficiency? Speaker TBC, The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) Coffee and Registration Morning Coffee 12:40 An academic overview – why energy efficiency in ships is important Recent surveys show that energy efficiency is an important boardroom issue. But what is the latest research and what is being done to improve operations over the long-term? 13:10 14:10 A perspective from a ship manager: latest developments Andrew Bedwin, Fleet Technical Controller, Vships 14:40 Propulsion developments Latest developments in propulsion for ships. 15:10 15:30 Shipper perspective: An overview Tor Ask - Fleet Director, Solvang 16:00 Hybrid engine developments Hybrid battery development at Grieg Star. Jan Øivind Svardal - VP Project Development, Grieg Star 16:30 Case Study: Hybrid propulsion: Experiences and uses Hybrid propulsion has got a lot of exposure recently, but what is the experience of utilizing it? A case study on its experience. James Anderson - Electro-Technical Superintendent, Caledonian Maritime Assets 17:00 Chairperson's closing remarks Anne-Marie Warris - Consultant, Ecoreflect 17:10 18:10 Lunch Afternoon Coffee Networking drinks End of day one
  5. 5. Day Two 09:00 09:30 Chairperson's opening remarks 09:40 The Importance of Sustainability in Shipping Why sustainability is a key driver for energy efficiency in shipping. Helle Gleie - 10:10 MRV and Fuel Efficiency A look at MRV in the context of shipping and fuel efficiency. 10:40 Fuel economy measurement – using a Mewis duct Measuring efficiency and fuel economy is an important aspect of the whole process. This case study explores how Eitzen Chemical measured efficiency. Henrik Marloth - Project Manager, Eitzen Chemical 11:10 11:30 Route management and virtual arrival An easy way to improve fuel efficiency can be to optimize the route thus avoiding delays and waste of fuel. This also has the added benefit of avoiding wasting time and associated costs. This session looks at some ways this can be used. Dominic Hudson - Senior Lecturer, University of Southampton 12:00 e-Navigation e-Navigation at the Danish Maritime Authority Omar Frits Eriksson - Danish Maritime Authority 12:30 Innovations in action: Case Study from Vindskip Terje Lade - Manager, Lade AS 13:00 Coffee and Registration Morning Coffee Lunch Executive Director, KPI Association and former Director, Sustainable Shipping Initiative 14:00 PANEL Discussion: Innovations in ship efficiency What does the future hold for innovations? What has the biggest potential? This session covers new technologies and techniques. Neeraj R. Sareen - Commercial Operations Manager, AET Melvin Mathews - Director Maritime, Eniram Ltd. Victoria Stulgis - Senior Associate Shipping Operator, Carbon War Room 14:40 Scrubbers in action Laura Langh - Commercial Director, Langhship 15:10 15:30 How scrubbers solve tomorrow’s emission problems for shipping? Pia Meling, Sales & Marketing Manager, Clean Marine 16:00 Green ship of the future: an update The Green Ship of the Future is a multi-disciplinary project designed to cover a range of applications to assess what technologies work more efficiently. This session is an update on their latest findings. Speaker TBC, Green Ship of the Future 16:30 Hull coatings: an easy way to improve energy efficiency at a stroke? Hull coatings can be a method of assisting fuel efficiency. This presentation explores its use and applications in marine development. 17:00 Chairperson's closing remarks 17:10 End of day two Afternoon Coffee Day Two th 12 November 2014
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