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Maritime Air Pollution Conference, Europe 2021

09:00 - 18:00
Amsterdam

Technology | Design | Class | Operations

Where vessel operators connect with the supply chain, benchmark industry knowledge, build business relationships and gain a competitive edge in managing emissions and optimising vessel performance


Riviera’s two-day Maritime Air Pollution Conference Europe returns Tuesday 5 October - Wednesday 6 October as a live event. Professionals from across the maritime world will convene to discuss the business, operational and technical issues guiding a rapidly decarbonising maritime industry.

 

Why attend this conference

  • Case studies on reducing maritime air pollution and incentivising change
  • Regulation, finance and energy economics updates
  • Exhaust gas emissions treatment systems (scrubbers) and the path to zero emissions
  • The role of ports in decarbonising the maritime industry
  • Engine options: cost, compliance, technology and operations
  • The main energy conversion options for ships’ propulsion in the next 30 years
  • Fuels that will deliver the industry’s decarbonisation ambitions
  • Retrofits: balancing compliance, efficiency and economics
  • Time and space to contribute to the discussion and to build your professional network
  • Exclusive updates from shipowners, analysts, industry bodies and solutions providers
  • Access to premium networking opportunities
  • Access to a dedicated trade exhibition

There are plenty of opportunities to meet, renew and make new industry contacts. Our exhibition is the ideal forum to market products and services to the industry’s decision makers.

 

Join our dinner and awards where we take stock and recognise the sector’s accomplishments against the backdrop of one of the most challenging periods for the industry.

Testimonials

Here’s why your colleagues in the industry regard Riviera’s two-day Maritime Air Pollution Conference Europe as a must attend event.

 

“An excellent marine industry conference with good coverage of pertinent topics and gathering of key stake holders”
Infinium, Singapore

 

“Lots of information obtained from OEMs”
Gulf Oil Marine

“Well organised and valuable information”
Rickmans Shipmanagement Singapore

“Good presence of shipowners, ship managers and associated industry stakeholders sharing concerns of trends, regulations, challenges, new solutions etc.”
Chevron Marine

"Very worthwhile time away from desk. A better informed manager on return to my desk"
MOL LNG

"An informative well managed conference covering topical and well-presented subjects"
Global Ship Lease

"Excellent! Very informative and well organised"
Transocean

"Ideal opportunity for business...and learning the market’s concerns, thoughts and trends"
Anglo Eastern UK

"An excellent orientation to the propulsion concerns of the maritime world"
Maritime Training Institute

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Technology | Design | Class | Operations

Where vessel operators connect with the supply chain, benchmark industry knowledge, build business relationships and gain a competitive edge in managing emissions and optimising vessel performance

DAY ONE: 5 OCTOBER 2021


08:00
Registration, coffee and networking

 

09:00 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media

Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media

 

09:10 Welcome address from platinum sponsor

 

SESSION 1: MEPC 77. COP 26. A WATERSHED FOR MARITIME AIR POLLUTION


09:10
November 2021 sees MEPC 77 and COP 26 taking place. Industry is confident it can solve the technical challenges. What is needed is a realistic and fair regulatory approach that supports its tilt towards faster decarbonisation this decade so the entire industry can scale to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. Are we on the brink of a watershed moment or will regulators water down what is needed? Join us as we discuss.

  • What maritime can expect from MEPC 77 and COP 26
  • Level playing field: IMO expected to ratify a market-based measure by 2025
  • Why different regions will go further, faster, first
  • Of carbon taxes and the EU-ITS
  • What the revival of global industry post-pandemic implies for fuel supply and demand

10:10 Q&A

 

10:30 Networking coffee break

 

SESSION 2: FUTURE FUELS PART I - AMMONIA, HYDROGEN & METHANOL


The maritime industry is assessing and switching to new fuels, however sizeable questions remain. This session sees a succession of case studies that assess the operational experience, issues, challenges and rewards seen when running on a candidate future fuel

11:10 Case study: Ammonia-powered vessels – unlocking the potential

  • Building an ammonia-powered vessel that meets code and user-safety requirements
  • Ammonia availability and infrastructure development
  • Space, safety and control barriers for ammonia on board ships
  • Navigating regulations and approval processes
  • Powering and propulsion in review
  • On an oil well to ship’s wake measurement: the total carbon emission per kW of energy at the tail shaft

11:40 Case study: Hydrogen-powered vessels – unlocking the potential

  • Building hydrogen-powered vessels that meets code and user-safety requirements
  • Hydrogen availability and infrastructure development
  • Space, safety and control barriers for methanol on board ships
  • Navigating regulations and approval processes
  • Powering and propulsion in review
  • On an oil well to ship’s wake measurement: the total carbon emission per kW of energy at the tail shaft

12:10 Case study: Methanol-powered vessels – unlocking the potential

  • Building a methanol-powered vessel that meets code and user-safety requirements
  • Methanol availability and infrastructure development
  • Space, safety and control barriers for methanol on board ships
  • Navigating regulations and approval processes
  • Powering and propulsion in review
  • On an oil well to ship’s wake measurement: the total carbon emission per kW of energy at the tail shaft

12:40 Q&A

 

13:00 Networking lunch break


SESSION 3: NEW FUELS AND THEIR IMPACT ON LUBRICATION


14:15 Regulatory shifts means marine engine lubrication is entering a new era and brings with it both more complexity and a need for enhanced understanding of the impact of marine lubricants on engine management.

  • Is marine lubricant development keeping pace with next-generation engines?
  • Will the cost of lubes increase, and by how much?
  • Will lube cost be so significant as to influence the choice of new fuel?
  • The perspective of additive manufacturers and engine designers
  • The end of commoditisation? How lubricant selection varies

15:15 Q&A

 

15:35 Networking coffee break

 

SESSION 4: AN OPEN MIND ON THE GAME-CHANGERS PART I - HYBRID, ELECTRIC & FUEL CELLS


16:15 Europe continues to lead the way in the development and operation of hybrid and all-electric powered vessels in the maritime sector. At the same time, industry pioneers are driving the transition to hydrogen fuel cells as a solution to meeting zero-emission targets.

  • Infrastructure and charging requirements
  • The next steps in electrifying the world’s shipping industry
  • The business case for hybrid and electric
  • Fuels cells: the key technical challenges

17:15 Q&A

 

17:45 Chairman’s day one closing remarks
Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media

 

DAY TWO: 6 OCTOBER 2021


07:45
Registration coffee and networking

 

08:45 Welcome address from Riviera Maritime Media

Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Content, Riviera Maritime Media

08:50 Keynote presentation: Don Gregory, Director, Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association

SESSION 5: SCRUBBER’S - SERVICE EXPERIENCE, SULPHUR SPREADS, SAFETY & SCIENCE


09:00
Scrubbers have been in the spotlight with stories of coronavirus-linked delayed installations, transformed economics resulting from low bunker prices and talk of more open-loop scrubber bans. However, what are the operational realities? Where do the facts and the hype diverge?

10:00 Q&A

 

10:30 Networking coffee break

 

SESSION 6: FUTURE FUELS PART II - LNG, LPG & BIO-FUELS


The maritime industry is switching to new fuels, however sizeable questions remain. This session sees a succession of case studies that assess the operational experience, issues, challenges and rewards seen when running on a candidate future fuel

 

11:10 Case study: LNG-powered vessels – unlocking the potential

  • Building an LNG-powered vessel that meets code and user-safety requirements
  • LNG availability and infrastructure development
  • Space, safety and control barriers for LNG on board ships
  • Navigating regulations and approval processes
  • Powering and propulsion in review
  • On an oil well to ship’s wake measurement: the total carbon emission per kW of energy at the tail shaft

11:40 Case study: LPG-powered vessels – unlocking the potential

  • Building LPG-powered vessels that meets code and user-safety requirements
  • LPG availability and infrastructure development
  • Space, safety and control barriers for LPG on board ships
  • Navigating regulations and approval processes
  • Powering and propulsion in review
  • On an oil well to ship’s wake measurement: the total carbon emission per kW of energy at the tail shaft

12:10 Case study: Bio-fuel-powered tankers – unlocking the potential

  • Building a bio-fuelled powered vessel that meets code and user-safety requirements
  • Bio-fuel availability and infrastructure development
  • Space, safety and control barriers for bio-fuel on board ships
  • Navigating regulations and approval processes
  • Powering and propulsion in review
  • On an oil well to ship’s wake measurement: the total carbon emissions per kW of energy at the tail shaft

12:40 Q&A

 

13:00 Networking lunch break

SESSION 7: AN OPEN MIND ON THE GAME-CHANGERS PART II - ATOMIC, WIND, ’POWER-TO-X’ AND CARBON CAPTURE


Atomic, wind, Power-to-X and carbon capture have long been seen as game-changing approaches that were several years away. Until now.

 

14:15 Atomic: forget what you think you knew about nuclear. It is a commercially attractive, safe and reliable means of running merchant vessels with zero emissions


14:45 Wind power: why we have entered the decade of wind power

 

15:15 Power-to-X: why synthetic fuels are likely to become the gold standard in shipping

 

15:45 Carbon capture: companies are piloting studies into capturing carbon dioxide onboard ships while at sea. Pilot projects are examining the potential for exhaust gas abatement systems to capture carbon at the point of exhaust

 

16:15 Q&A

 

16:35 Closing remarks from the conference chairman

Edwin Lampert, Executive Editor & Head of Business Relations, Riviera Maritime Media

16:40 End of conference

 

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Exhibition

Come and join Maritime Air Pollution’s busy exhibition by securing a stand at the two-day conference. This is the ideal opportunity to raise your corporate profile and promote your products and services to over 50 shipowners along with OEMs, shipyards and ship designers.

 

The exhibition is situated in the coffee break and lunch area, so your presence will be central to the event’s bustling networking breaks - ideal for networking and gaining new business leads.


Your exhibitor package includes the following:

  • 3 x 2m stand space
  • Table and chairs
  • Access to electricity
  • Entry on the delegate handbook printed floorplan
  • 1 x free delegate for each day you are exhibiting
  • Free upload of technical white paper on Riviera’s Maritime Knowledge Bank
  • A minimum of 3 networking sessions in the exhibition area

If you are interested in exhibiting at the conference, please contact:

Tom Kenny, Brand Manager on tom.kenny@rivieramm.com or call +44 20 8370 7791.

 

2021 Exhibitors to date:


Chelsea Technologies
CR Ocean Engineering

Danfoss IXA

Europiren

OPSIS

Sverdrup Steel

 

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Delegate registration includes:

• Access to all conference sessions

• Delegate pack containing book of papers

• Invitation to the pre-event drinks reception

• Coffees and refreshments

• Lunches



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Early booking prices SAVE OVER Euro200

Book and pay by 9 Sept to purchase your ticket for Euro1695 plus 21% VAT

 

If buying two or more delegate tickets please use the promotional code: MAP10 to receive a 10% discount. Bookings must be made on the same day for delegates from the same company. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.


 

Standard price

Book and pay after 9 Sept for Euro1895 plus 21% VAT

If buying two or more delegate tickets please use the promotional code: MAP10 to receive a 10% discount. Bookings must be made on the same day for delegates from the same company. Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.


 

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