Ammonia will be one of the most important fuels for driving forward the decarbonisation of shipping but, with two-stroke engines already scheduled to be using ammonia in 2025, what will happen with four-stroke engines in smaller vessels?
This will be one of the topics discussed in our session on Ammonia that will highlight the opportunities and challenges that this new maritime fuel will bring.
Join our speakers in Session 5 including:
Christian Kunkel, Head of Combustion Development at MAN Energy Solution SE, will be exploring “Ammonia as a Shipping Fuel: Project AmmoniaMot and the research into 4-Stroke Engines in Medium and High-Speed Applications”. Discussing how 2-Stroke engines will use ammonia in 2025, but what about 4-Stroke engines in smaller vessels? Listen in to hear about state of development and the AmmoniaMot project.
Dieter Hilmes, Senior Sales Manager at TGE Marine, will be addressing the “Pathway to Zero Carbon Emissions – Ammonia as Fuel”. Ammonia will be one of the most important fuels for driving forward the decarbonisation of shipping. Dieter will highlight the opportunities and challenges that this new maritime fuel will bring.
Marcel Ott, General Manager Application Engineering at WinGD, will be focusing on “Bringing ammonia 2-Stroke engines to the marine market” to Outline of challenges and opportunities related to the development of X-DF-A products.
Konstantinos Fakiolas, Naval Architect & Marine Engineer at Nikkiso Clean Energy and Industrial Gases, will present on “Reliability and Robustness in Ammonia fuel supply systems” discussing the features of a Nikkiso reliable and robust ammonia fuel system will be demonstrated, and how functional performance and safety on board can be secured.
The 2023 conference will feature high-profile sessions with informative presentations from a selection of fuel and equipment manufacturers, policymakers, safety experts, shipowners, and class societies. 2023 marks the 44th anniversary of Motorship Conferences, making Propulsion & Future Fuels the longest-running technical conference in the maritime sector. The conference provides senior executives with a meeting place to learn, discuss, and share knowledge of the latest developments in efficient propulsion technology and low flashpoint, low carbon fuels.
Network with 200 attendees, from 30 countries including over 30 operators managing a combined fleet of 5,100 ships to discuss fuel and technical solutions to impending EU and IMO regulations. Book your place today!