Greener Shipping Summit 2017

New Requirements – The Horizon is Crowded

Tuesday, November 14, 2017 – Eugenides Foundation

Organised by Newsfront / Naftiliaki – Under the auspices of MARTECMA

The programme is subject to changes 

Keynote speaker: Dragos Rauta, Technical Director, INTERTANKO

Session 1 - SOx Cap

 Availability of 3.5% and 0.5% HFO in 2020 and beyond. Methods of production of 0.5% S HFO

Sulfur Cap - Compliance options - Solutions & challenges
  Kostas Vlachos, COO, Consolidated Marine Management Inc

Scrubber technologies (Open-closed, single or multi stream) - Financials (will the installation of
  scrubber pay back?)
  Stavros Hatzigrigoris, Managing Director, Maran Gas Maritime Inc; Chairman, MARTECMA

 Global Sulphur Cap 2020 – Effective Strategy & Market Trends
  Stamatis FradelosEngineer, Senior Principal - OEP, ABS

• IMO 2010 readiness – fuels and lubricants
   Dr Sara Lawrence, Global Technical Manager, Shell Marine

• Emission controls for NOx compliance – Challenges & Applications
  John KokarakisVP Technology & Business Development Marine & Offshore Division, Bureau Veritas

Presentations by scrubber manufacturers
• Clean Marine
• Ecospray Technologies

Session 2 - Fuels and alternative fuels

Fuels Solution – Operational Challenges
   Maria Kyratsoudi, Senior FOBAS Specialist / Team LeaderLloyd's Register

Fuel cells, Batteries
  Stefanos Chatzinikolaou, R&D / Innovation Hub Manager, RINA Hellas

Dual fuel engines

FiTS2 - CO2 reduction through a new way of reducing fuel consumption without losing flexibility
   Arie Smits, Senior General Manager, Global Turbocharging Sales, ABB Turbo Systems Ltd, Switzerland

Session 3 - BWTS

Developments in IMO and the timeline to install a BWTS

BWTS technologies, and update - Are BWTS systems performing?

Compact (small footprint) ballast water treatment systems
   Rasmus Folsø, CEO, DESMI Ocean Guard A/S

Session 4  - OCIMF

TMSA 3, a gap analysis

Human Factors issues relating to inspections and audits
  Captain Stephen Bligh, Senior Principal Consultant, DNV GL

Session 5 - Methods of data collection of fuel consumption 

Differences / Consequences / Evaluation of methods

IMO strategy for CO2 emissions
  Panos Zachariadis, Technical Director, Atlantic Bulk Carriers Management Ltd

EU MRV vs IMO data collection
  Dragos Rauta, Technical Director, INTERTANKO

Session 6

The development of the Big Data and the consequences in the performance and maintenance of the vessels use the big Data in emission monitoring

 Efficient use of real-time data, ship to shore, for avoiding waste of energy and over-consumption,
   reducing emissions and protecting owners' assets
   Fridtjof Rohde

 Cost benefit analysis on new technologies. Can we actually make a safe projection of the payback (or not)
   of new technological solutions?
   George E. Laios
Business Development ManagerN.J. Goulandris Maritime Inc.