PROPULSION & FUTURE FUELS 2022 - PROVISIONAL PROGRAMME

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PROPULSION & FUTURE FUELS 2021 - CONFERENCE  PROGRAMME

DAY ONE – TUESDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2022

08:00Coffee& Registration

09:00

Chairmen’s welcome

Lars Robert’s Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO

Martin Kröger, Chief Executive Officer, German Shipowners’ Association (VDR)

Reinhard Lüken, Managing Director, German Shipbuilding And Ocean Industries Association (VSM)

09:15

KEYNOTE PANEL: THE JOURNEY TO 2030 WITH SHOREPOWER

Moderator:

Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO

 

Ricardo Batista, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport European Commission

Isabelle Ryckbost, Secretary General, ESPO

Martin Kröger, Managing Director, German Shipowners’ Association (VDR)

Dr. Kai-Dieter Classen, Deputy Director External Affairs, Hamburg Port Authority

10:30-10:50

Coffee break

Session 1

ELECTRIFICATION FOR BIG SHIPS

10:50

The rise of hybrid propulsion systems

Dr. Torsten Büssow, Managing Director, Electrical & Power Systems Business, Wärtsilä

The presentation explains several hybrid systems we are building at the moment and summarizes our experience of 70 hybrid vessels from Wartsila.

11:05

Stefan Goranov, General Manager, Sustainability Solutions, WinGD

11:50-12:10

Q&A

12:10-13:40

Lunch & Networking

Session 2

DIGITALIZATION, DIGITAL EFFICIENCY AND THE FUTURE TECHNOLOGY OF THE MARITIME SECTOR

13:40

Shipping decarbonization and digital thread

Mia Elg, R&D Manager, Deltamarin

This presentation focuses on showcasing a realistic pathway to decarbonized shipping with practical examples from our ongoing projects. We discuss about the related digital modelling and optimization methods and about their application and validation

13:55

The Digital Wave

Gregory Puckett, Head of Group Digital, MAN Energy Solutions

In his presentation, Mr. Puckett describes the “digital wave” within MAN-ES. From connectivity, to cloud, from data to artificial intelligence. The digital wave is continuous, it is variable, it can be calm one moment, and stormy the next. Most interesting it will never not turn back

14:10

Digitalization – Digital Tool to Ensure Engine Efficiency

Matthias Winkler, Managing Director, CM Technologies GmbH

Digitalisation for engine performance measurement including automated data transfer between ships and ashore. Important is the possibility to have all data at one place allowing access from everywhere at any time for anyone. Useful assistance for ship and shore personnel.

14:40-15:00

Q&A

15:00-15:30

Coffee Break

Session 3

THE MOTORSHIP AWARD

15:30-17:00

Nominations will be announced shortly

17:00

Conference close

17:00

Pre Dinner Drinks Reception

18:30

Dinner Venue to be announced

Announcement of the Motorship Award winner,

Presented by Nick Edström, Editor, The Motorship

DAY TWO – WEDNESDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2022

08:30Coffee & Registration

09:15-09:30

Recap of day 1 by Chairmen

Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO

Martin Kröger, Chief Executive Officer, German Shipowners’ Association (VDR)

Reinhard Lüken, Managing Director, German Shipbuilding And Ocean Industries Association (VSM)

Session 4

CARBON LEVY SOLUTION

09:30

The Future of Bunker Fuels for world’s Shipping Fleet

Jon Buckingham, Chief Mechanical Engineer, BMT

10:15-10:35

Q&A

10:35-10:55

Coffee Break

SESSION 5.1 EFUELS & BIO FUELS

Session 5.1EFUELS & BIO FUELS

10:55

On the Way to Zero Emissions: Considerations for the Design and Operation of Fuel Treatment Systems

Franciska Kjellström, Global Application Manager, Marine Fuels, Alfa Laval

11:10

Power-to-X - Decarbonisation With Future Maritime Fuels

Daniel Chatterjee, Director Technology Management & Regulatory Affairs Head of the Green-and High-Tech and NetZero @PowerSystems Program, Rolls-Royce

11:55-12:15

Q&A

12:15-13:45

Lunch & Networking

SESSION 5.2 SUSTAINABLE APPROACHES FOR THE FUTURE

Session 5.2SUSTAINABLE APPROACHES FOR THE FUTURE

10:55

Carbon Levy – Why Advanced Coatings Will be Essential to Success in the Age of the Carbon Levy

Philip Chaabane, CEO of I-Tech

11:10

Who can improve energy efficiency in ship operations and bring down emissions?

Rene Taudal Poulsen, PhD, programme director for BSc Program in international shipping and trade, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

11:55-12:15

Q&A

12:15-13:45

Lunch & Networking

SESSION 6.1 AMMONIA

Session 6.1AMMONIA

13:45

Peter Morsbach, Vice President Sales Operations, Høglund Marine Solutions

14:00

Transitioning towards the use of carbon-free ammonia as a marine fuel

René Sejer Laursen, Director – Fuels & Technology, Global Sustainability Copenhagen, ABS*

14:45-15:05

Q&A

15:05-15:35

Coffee Break

SESSION 6.2 METHANOL

Session 6.2METHANOL

13:45

Methanol: A Future Proof Marine Fuel

Gregory Dolan, CEO, Methanol Institute

14:00

Development of worlds 1st methanol engine for very large container ships

Dr Gwang-Hyeon Yu, Senior Researcher Green Oiwer & engine Systems research, Hyundai Heavy Industries

14:45-15:05

Q&A

15:05-15:35

Coffee Break

SESSION 7.1 MULTIFUEL ENGINES

Session 7.1 MULTIFUEL ENGINES

15:35

Will “multi-fuel” propulsion engines be the solution to solve the “future fuel” uncertainty?

Rolf Stiefel, Regional Chief Executive, Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore

15:50

MaikelArts, General Manager, Market Innovation, Wärtsilä Marine Power

16:05

Lubrizol

Title and Speaker tbc

16:35-16:55

Q&A

SESSION 7.2 RETROFIT SOLUTIONS

Session 7.2RETROFIT SOLUTIONS

15:35

Combining efficiency technologies with wind to deliver results beyond compliance

Tuomas Riski, CEO, Norsepower

15:50

The role of retrofitting in the Clean Fuel Transition

Jan P. Brugger - Co-Founder& COO, FuelSave

The use of hydrogen & methanol retrofit technology can help shipowners to meet IMO Tier III standards. An alternative to urea or ammonia, these solutions achieve substantial emission reductions and cost savings, whilst curbing OPEX

16:05

Retrofitting to Methanol DF operation – an Owners experience

Per Westling, Managing Director, Stena RoRo AB

16:35-16:55

Q&A

Conference Wrap up 

16:55-17:10Conference Wrap up with Moderators and Chairmen
 

Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO

Reinhard Lüken, Managing Director, German Shipbuilding And Ocean Industries Association

Martin Kröger, Chief Executive Officer, German Shipowners’ Association (VDR)

17:10

Conference Close

  

DAY THREE - THURSDAY, 24 NOVEMBER TECHNICAL VISIT

CONFERENCE FEE

Cost per delegate (standard rate) €2055/£1725
* Group booking discounts available
* Special rates available for recognised educational establishments & ship operators. Please Contact us for details.

 

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FEE INCLUDES

Conference attendance on 2nd-3rd November
Full documentation in electronic format
Lunch and refreshments on conference days
Place at the networking drinks reception (2nd)
Place at the Conference Dinner (2nd)
Place on Technical Visit (4th - spaces limited)

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