The 6th Gas Fuelled Ships Conference will address the use of LNG as a maritime fuel and introduce comparisons with other up and coming gas fuel options including Ethanol and Methanol. Presentations on fuel availability, cost, design implications, supply infrastructure, technology and operator feedback plus roundtable discussions will form part of the two day programme ensuring that information and knowledge sharing is at a maximum. The operator panel on ECA implementation and compliance will give attendees a valuable insight into how major operators such as Hapag Lloyd, Maersk Maritime Technology, Stena and Nordic Hamburg Shipmanagement are addressing the next deadline in 2020. Day three includes technical visits to the Methanol fuelled Stena Germanica ferry and the Becker Marine/AIDA Cruises’ LNG hybrid barge.

The conference is the only technical conference to combine an informative and knowledge based conference with technical visits giving delegates access to real life operations of current gas fuelled vessels, and supply plants, as well as networking opportunities at its welcome reception and conference dinner.

This is a must attend event for ship owners and operators, policy makers, engine manufacturers, ship builders, classification societies, ship designers, ship yards and port & terminal operators who are looking to benefit from a valuable insight into using gas as a maritime fuel.

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Gas Fuelled Ships Conference 2014

Entitled ‘Accessing the commercial aspects of LNG working to 2020’ the packed 2014 programme saw 18 papers being presented over the two days which included no less than nine case studies.