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Confirmed Speakers

Chairman of the Event

Frederik Schur Riis

Head of Green Ship of the Future

Christopher Fee

General Manager – Environment and Sustainability, Oldendorff Carriers

Lucienne Damm

Senior Environmental Manager, TUI Cruises

Minas Myrtidis

Vice President Environmental Operations & Compliance, MSC Cruises

Honorable Guest

Jörg Erdmann

Senior Director Sustainability Management, Hapag-Lloyd

Wolfram Guntermann

Director Environmental Management, Hapag-Lloyd

Poul Woodall

Director Environment & Sustainability, DFDS

Esko Pettay

Operator, Sustainable Development and Weather, Meriaura

Honorable Guest

Claus Winter Graugaard

SVP Head of Fleet Management, J. Lauritzen

Jan Otto de Kat

Director – Containerships Market Sector, ABS

Christos Chryssakis

Business Development Manager, DNV GL

Honorable Guest

Steen Sander Jacobsen

Head of Fleet Technology, Maersk Tankers

Honorable Guest

Gastone Lazzari

Chief Engineer Superintendent, Newbuilding Site Team Manager, Viking Cruises

Honorable Guest

Michael H. Schmidt

Head of Newbuildings and Projects, BW Dry Cargo

Christophe Seguinot

Technical Director, LA MERIDIONALE

Honorable Guest

Takuya Kondo

Deputy General Manager, Mitsui &Co/ Lead Asset Manager, Maersk Tankers

Honorable Guest

Ivonne Gonzalez

Procurement Compliance and Content Manager, Maersk Tankers

Honorable Guest

Eyal Cohen

Sustainability & Cargo Security Manager, ZIM Integrated Shipping Services

Honorable Guest

Matias Wurtz Andersen

EVP- Technical & Operations, Dee4 Capital Partners

Jan Egbertsen

Manager Innovation, Port of Amsterdam

Julien Bec

VP LNG as Fuel Division, GTT

Sotiris Raptis

Senior Policy Advisor for Environment and Safety, EcoPorts Coordinator, ESPO

Patrick Verhoeven

Managing Director, International Association of Ports and Harbors

Henrik Ahlqvist

Head of Cruise and Ferries, Copenhagen Malmo Port

Tor Christian Sletner

VP European Government Affairs and Maritime Policy, Cruise Lines International Association, Europe

Ian Adams

Executive Director, CLEAN SHIPPING ALLIANCE 2020

Jack Armstrong

EVP of International Business Development , Taronis Technologies

Marcel Flipse

Head of Marine Applications, Orcan Energy

Asbjørn Overgaard Christiansen

Head of Innovation and digitalization, Danish Shipping

David Ferrer-Desclaux

Co-founder & CTO, Bound4Blue

Bogdan Ołdakowski

Secretary General, Baltic Ports Organization

Marcel van den Berg

Sales and Business Development Manager, Shell GTL Fuel

Jelle Paulusma

Commercial Manager Circular and and Renewable Industry, Port of Amsterdam

Per Wassen

President and CEO, PowerCell Sweden

Guus Van Der Blees

Director Development, Conoship International

Egil Sael

General Manager Environgas / RPT Consortium Coordinator

Björn Asplind

M.Sc Naval Architect CTO and Co-Founder, Daphne Technology

Fernando Gimenez-Guervòs Martin

CEO, EccoFreight

German Artagaveytia Reyes

Managing Director, EccoFreight

Airam Diaz Pastor

President of MedCruise and Commercial Director of Tenerife Ports

Jan Navratil

Business Development Manager Exhaust Gas Cleaning, Solvay

Dr. Klaus Baernthaler

Vice President - Marine Solutions, Andritz

Gireesh Menon

Managing Director, Aries Marine and Engineering

Scott Mahoney

CEO, Taronis Fuels

Mungo Park

Chairman / Founder, Innovator Capital

Patrice Lefleu

Associate Partner Deputy Global R&D and Innovation Services, Ernst & Young

Richard Conz

Head of Engineering and R&D, Taronis Fuels

Matthias Mueller

Founder, Infinite Fuels

Shiva Sundaram

Collaborative R&D and Strategic Partner Ships, The Welding Institute

AGENDA OF THE FORUM

DAY 1

8:00-9:00

Registration/Welcome Coffee

9:10-9:30

2020 and ECA Compliance

9:30-9:50

European ports’ initiatives on environment

9:50-10:10

SOx compliance needs new technology – Polluting the sea instead of the air is not a sustainable way forward

10:10 -11:10

Panel 1: Environmental Legislation, Social Responsibility and Financial Implications

11:10 – 11:40

Coffee Break and Networking Time

11:40-12:00

LNG as Fuel : GTT solutions to meet the future challenge

12:00-12:20

Efficiency & emissions improvements for maritime applications

12:20-12:40

EccoFreight, Sustainable Forwarding

12:40-13:00

Wind Propulsion in Commercial Shipping: testing the eConowind-unit

13:00-13:20

Gas to Liquid

13:20-14:20

Lunch Break

14:20-14:20

Reducing the environmental impact of our day-to-day operations

14:40-15:00

Dry scrubber for RoRo Ferry „Piana“ – a solution for Multi Pollutant control

14:40-15:00

Designing U.S. Bunker Vessels – Challenges and Opportunities in meeting the LNG Bunker Market demand in U.S. Ports

15:00-15:20

To scrub, or not to scrub, that is the question

15:20-15:35

Scrubber & BWTS retrofits - An engineering perspective

15:35-16:05

Coffee Break / Networking Time

16:05-16:25

Towards a green cruise experiences – TUI Cruises’ environmental initiatives for its Cruise Ship fleet

16:25-17:30

Panel 2: Reducing the environmental impact of ships’ day-to-day operations

18:00

Cocktail Reception

DAY 2

8:00-9:00

Welcome Coffee/Registration of New Participants

9:00-9:20

INTRODUCTIONS TO TARONIS & DAY 2 AGENDA

9:20-10:10

Panel 3: Green Ports: environmental and sustainability priorities for ports

9:35-9:55

Update On The Scrubber Option

10:10-10:40

Coffee Break / Networking Time

10:40-11:10

TRENDS IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH IN SUPPORT OF SUSTAINABILITY

11:10-11:40

EUROPEAN INVESTMENT CLIMATE FOR EMERGING SUSTAINABILITY TECHNOLOGY

11:40-12:10

TRENDS IN GOVERNMENT SUPPORT OF SUSTAINABILTY & INNOVATION

12:10-12:40

EUROPEAN COMMISSION FOCUS ON SUPPORTING SUSTAINABILITY INITIATIVES AND THE PUBLIC FINANCING ENVIRONMENT

12:40-13:40

Lunch Break

13:40-13:50

NEPTUNE AWARDS

13:50-14:40

Panel 4: EMERGING TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABILITY

14:40-15:10

Coffee Break / Networking Time

15:10-15:30

MARPOL Annex VI – Compliance using Scrubbers

15:30-15:50

Increase of ship flexibility enhancing revenue whilst eliminating emission with RPT technology

15:50-16:10

A Paradigm shift for Maritime

16:10-16:40

TARONIS & AMSTERDAM LAUNCH AS A CASE STUDY

16:40-17:10

TARONIS & AMSTERDAM LAUNCH AS A CASE STUDY

Key topics

Reducing Environmental Footprint

  • Cutting Emissions under current circumstances and capabilities
  • Developing Zero Emission Ships and becoming carbon neutral
  • New innovations and technologies to reach carbon neutral ships
  • Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems & Emission Reduction

Alternative fuels

  • LNG
  • LPG
  • Methanol
  • Biofuel and Hydrogen
  • GTL

Fuel Saving Technologies

  • More commonly used methods and good practices
  • Latest technologies and their benefits
  • Emerging Technologies (batteries, fuel cell systems, wind-assisted propulsion)

Smart Shipping

  • Optimising vessel performance with a great variety of IT tools - best practices
  • Cutting-edge IT technologies contributing to maritime safety and communication
  • Autonomous vessels - future of shipping? Latest developments
  • Latest connectivity solutions
  • Route optimisation solutions
  • Software solutions for cruise ships

European Ports’ Future Outlook

  • A look at the top 10 environmental priorities for ports - latest achievements and areas of improvement
  • Collaboration between ports and other stakeholders (ship owners, policy makers, service providers) for sustainable and green future
  • Regulatory liabilities and responsibilities that ports are currently faced with
  • Future regulation and political landscape implications - how will it impact the European ports?
  • The role of European ports in delivering good practice and contributing to greening of the shipping industry

Green ports’ Services and Contributions

  • Efficient Damage Control and Safety in Ports
  • The provision of Onshore Power Supply (shore-side electricity)
  • LNG bunkering facilities
  • Differentiation of port charges in order to reward greener vessels visiting the ports
  • Concrete actions taken by ports to monitor priority environmental issues (air quality, energy consumption, climate change and others)

Environmental Legislation, Social Responsibility and Financial Implications

Sustainable Ship Recycling

Sustainable Shipbuilding and Ship Repair

Reducing the environmental impact of ships’ day-to-day operations

Repair, retrofit and ship modifications

HSE

Ports Initiatives on Sustainability

Ballast Water Treatment Solutions

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