The energy efficiency of vessels of all types is a concern for shipping companies and fleet managers, saving costs and limiting emissions. Getting an insight into the optimum use of energy can help shipping companies perform better using the same amount of fuel. In this way, energy management can contribute to achieving a profitable and sustainable business model. There are other reasons for gaining an insight into fuel use and emissions. CO2 emissions from maritime transport, for example, are subject to new regulations from both the European Commission and the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Programme and speakers
- Chairman is Sander den Heijer, sector manager for Netherlands Maritime Technology (the Dutch association for shipyards, maritime suppliers and service providers). He is involved in developing regulations and policy in the field of the environment and emissions.
- Each Masterclass starts with an inspiring vision, offering a unique perspective for the maritime sector. Teus van Beek, general manager, market innovation within the marine solutions division of Wärtsilä, shares the company’s vision of a future with zero emission vessels.
- Nick Lurkin, staff member, environmental affairs, at the Royal Association of Netherlands Shipowners (KVNR), gives an overview of the regulatory framework covering the monitoring, reporting and verification of CO2 emissions.
- Improving the energy and environmental efficiency of both new build designs and ships in operation is important to every shipowner. Sebastian Sala, head of innovation and energy management at Carnival Maritime, is responsible for developing and improving the energy efficiency of the Costa and AIDA fleets of cruise ships. He presents a practical case study showing the energy efficient design and operation of a cruise ship.
- To improve the overall energy efficiency of passenger vessels, CETENA S.p.A (a Fincantieri Company) is developing a dedicated decision support system for ship energy management within the LeanShips project. Giuseppe Stranieri, Naval architect and Marine Engineer, will discuss their experiences.
Why should I attend?
In this Masterclass, you will be informed about the principles of energy management, regulations on CO2 emissions and best practices for reducing energy consumption.
Who should attend?
Operations managers, technical managers, superintendents, CSR managers, environmental specialists, business developers of maritime suppliers, managers of shipping companies and policy advisors.
Wednesday 8th of November from 10.00 – 13.30 (incl. network lunch)
Attendance costs per Masterclass are € 99, – excl. VAT. If you register for all four Masterclasses a special all-in fee of € 325, – excl. VAT applies. Full time students will be able to apply for a discounted fee of € 25, – excl. VAT per Masterclass. The above cost of attendance includes entrance to the exhibition and a network reception or lunch.
Registering for the Masterclasses is part of the Europort 2017 registration procedure, during which you will be asked if you are interested in attending one of these events. This enables you to book directly online at the same time as registering to attend Europort 2017. Click to register.