The Annual Marine Propulsion Conference
7-8 March 2013, London
The 2013 conference has now finished, if you would like to be kept informed about our 2014 conference please click here.
You can read a review of the key issues discussed during the 2013 event here.
Achieving Energy Efficiency and Operational Sustainability
"Very good opportunity to become aware of all aspects of propulsion / even aspects outside my own experience" Allen Lewis - OSG Shipmanagement
"A well arranged conference covering a wide range of topics on the subject of marine propulsion and in particular the possibilities for the future and future trends" Alex Gregg-Smith - Star Reefers UK Ltd
"Very enjoyable two day conference with a lot of new information gained - trip was certainly worthwhile" Mike Dobson - Matrix Ship Management
"One of the best marine conferences (worldwide)" Gerald Rolfe - SKF
The combination of high oil prices, subdued demand and regulatory pressures have kept fuel efficiency at the top of the maritime agenda and have driven a new generation of technologies designed to keep fuel bills at a minimum. We’ve spoken to over 100 marine engineers and technical directors in recent months, with additional input from our advisory panel, to ensure this event addresses only the most important challenges you’ll face in the coming years.
With over 200 senior stakeholders attending the 2012 conference, it really has become the industry leading event for operators, manufacturers, regulators, consultants, academics, designers, shipbuilders, class and industry associations to discuss the operational challenges facing shipowners.
The Annual Marine Propulsion Conference has established itself as the foremost yearly event dedicated to addressing the marine engineering operational challenges facing today's shipowners.
Click here for the 2012 day one conference review
Networking remains a key element of the event and the Annual Marine Propulsion Conference Gala Dinner at the end of the first day has previously proved to be extremely popular.
Click here for the 2012 conference website and access to past events