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Marine Fuels Webinar Week

09:00 - 09:45
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Be sure to join us for
Marine Fuels Webinar Week 

Beginning Monday 8 March, we will be holding a series of daily webinars, each meticulously researched and organised in response to the ever-growing need to find compliant, efficient and reliable propulsion solutions. The webinars are designed to strike the right balance between transmission of key information and interaction with the expert panel assembled.
 

Our discussions are focused, cover the advertised subjects, and deliver registrants actionable insights.

 

Should you wish to join one of our expert panels please contact Tom Kenny.

Please join us for any or all of the following:

 

Converting vessels to run on LNG
as a marine fuel

Date: Monday 8 March - Time: 09:00-09:45 GMT

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LNG is widely seen as the most advanced of the future fuels - so much so that some countries are providing significant grants through to the end of this year to support equipping and converting vessels to run on LNG as a marine fuel. This webinar will take a case study approach to the technical and commercial feasibility of converting different vessel types to run on LNG.

Join us as we discuss

  • The technical case for a switch to LNG as a marine fuel
  • Case study presentations on converting different vessels for LNG operation
  • Operational experience and lessons learned
  • Yard availability and capability
  • Financial assistance for equipping and converting vessels to run on LNG as a marine fuel

Panellists include:
Guus van der Bles, Director Development, Conoship
International
Stephan Vetter, Vice President - Maritime Industries, KFX IPEX Bank
Björn Munko, General Manager - Head of Business Development & Sales, TGE Marine Gas Engineering


Advanced atomic: a zero-emission energy revolution for ocean transportation

Date: Monday 8 March - Time: 11:00-11:45 GMT

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Advanced Atomic is ’new nuclear’ marine propulsion akin to the advanced micro-reactor technology found on a marine molten salt reactor. Its proponents state it’s a commercially attractive, safe and reliable means of running merchant vessels with zero emissions.


Join us as we discuss

  • Hydrogen: the role of Advanced Atomic in floating production, storage and distribution of synthetic green fuels for shipping
  • Propulsion: the role of Advanced Atomic as zero-emission propulsion technology for large ships
  • Economics: the cost base of Advanced Atomic versus alternative energy sources
  • Safety: passive versus active safety principles and comparisons with other energy systems
  • Regulations: regulatory frameworks for large scale deployment
  • Supply chain: raw materials supply and waste management
  • Public debate: fear of the unknown. We don’t all want it yet, but public opinion is shifting

Panellists:
Mikal Boe, Chief Executive Officer, Core Power (UK)
Bjørn Hojgaard, CEO, Anglo-Eastern Univan Group
Dr Edmund Hughes​, Owner, Green Marine Associates
Vince Jenkins, Global Head of Risk Management, Lloyd’s Register



LPG as a marine fuel: lessons learned
from the pioneers

Date: Monday 8 March - Time: 14:00-14:45 GMT

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With LPG-fuelled vessels in service and under construction what can we learn from those that have taken a leap of faith in designing or retrofitting to operate on LPG as marine fuel? With the use of case studies, this webinar will bring together LPG pioneers to reflect on the key questions in their decision-making process and their experiences in designing, building or retrofitting, and in operation.

Join us as we discuss

  • The levels of investment: capex and opex
  • Stakeholder views in designing and building an LPG-fuelled vessel
  • What to consider when retrofitting for LPG
  • Operational feedback on LPG as a fuel
  • Crew experience of LPG fuel handling
  • Playing devil’s advocate: the main concerns in adopting LPG

Panellists include:

Bill Liddell, Senior Surveyor, Isle of Man Registry
Klaus Dahmcke Rasmussen, Head of Projects and PVU Sales, MAN PrimeServ
Panos Mitrou, Global Gas Segment Manager, Lloyd’s Register Offshore & Marine
Ulrich Adami, Technical Director & Fleet Manager, Hartmann Group


Why IMO approval is rocket fuel for uptake
of methanol as a marine fuel

Date: Tuesday 9 March - Time: 09:00-09:45 GMT

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Uptake of methanol as a marine fuel has been boosted following IMO Maritime Safety Committee’s adoption of interim guidelines on the use of methanol as a marine fuel. The guidelines are expected to shorten class approval times and lower newbuilding costs and are driving increasing industry interest in vessel designs and retrofit option for ships powered by methanol.

 

Join us to discuss

  • IMO Maritime Safety Committee’s decision: a breakthrough for methanol as a marine fuel
  • Progress towards an ISO standard for methanol as a marine fuel in 2021
  • Just how ‘pent up’ is the pent-up demand
  • Increasing marine market access to methanol
  • Transformed economics: comparing methanol-fuelled vessels with LNG-fuelled vessels
  • How methanol could displace heavy fuel oil
  • What is expected for methanol as a marine fuel for short sea operations

Panellists include:

Jacob Sterling, Head of Technical Innovation, A.P. Moller - Maersk
Chris Chatterton, Chief Operating Officer, Methanol Institute
Senior representative, Proman Shipping




Are you ready to adopt ammonia as your
future clean fuel?

Date: Tuesday 9 March - Time: 14:00-14:45 GMT

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Ammonia is a frontrunner in the race for carbon-free fuels for the maritime industry. Shipping companies are lining up to retrofit vessels to run on ammonia. The world’s first ammonia-fuel ready tanker is under construction in China and a major feasibility study into Singapore’s suitability as a major ammonia bunkering hub for the marine industry is being assessed. In parallel there are significant challenges and unanswered questions. This webinar critically assesses the technical, regulatory, operational and commercial factors that underpin the case for ammonia as a marine fuel.

Join us as we discuss

  • Market and economic considerations in going ‘ammonia ready’
  • The levels of investment: capex and opex
  • The partner selection process for notation and retrofitting
  • What to consider when retrofitting for ammonia

Panellists include:

Trevor Brown, Executive Director, Ammonia Energy Association
Milton Bevington, Advisor to C40 Cities, Clinton Foundations and Program Director of Ports, Clinton Climate Initiative (CII)
Jacob Sterling, Head of Technical Innovation, A.P. Moller - Maersk


Fuel additives and fuel blending: additives and their role in maintaining fuel stability during storage and reducing CO2 emissions

Date: Wednesday 10 March - Time: 09:00-09:45 GMT

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The shipping industry is looking for answers on future fuels. This webinar will assess approaches to additive treatment on existing tonnage and different fuel blending options for very low sulphur fuel oils (VLSFOs), marine gas oil and diesel. It will also - exclusively - present the results of an eight-week study into additives impact on fuel ageing. There will also be consideration of the link between fuel additives, fuel blending and CO2 emission reduction.

Join us as we discuss

  • Improving modern fuel operability (VLSFO, bioblends)
  • EXCLUSIVE: results of an eight-week study into additives impact on fuel ageing
  • Reducing CO2 in existing tonnage through additive treatment

Panellists include:

Idris Talib, Technical Manager Asia Pacific, Aderco
Joshua Townley, Technical services Engineer – Marine fuel specialties, Innospec

 

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Green hydrogen as a marine fuel: what it
means for shipping

Date: Wednesday 10 March - Time: 14:00-14:45 GMT

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Momentum is building behind hydrogen as a long-term zero-emissions fuel option for powering ships through combustion engines, fuel cells or combining with other renewable energy sources such as wind power. Policy makers and regulators are increasingly talking up the hydrogen economy as a key component of a clean and green maritime future. Join us to understand how and why uptake is accelerating, future prospects and potential challenges for hydrogen as a marine fuel.

Join us as we cover

  • The benefits of using renewable ‘green’ energy to produce hydrogen
  • The increasing range of green hydrogen applications in shipping - from inland waterways to ocean going vessels
  • Hydrogen carriers for deep sea vessels
  • How hydrogen fuel cells are helping to drive development
  • New application project case studies: combining wind power with hydrogen fuel cells
  • How cross-industry collaboration is needed to accelerate green hydrogen fuel R&D and develop technology and procurement platforms

Panellists:
Mikal Bøe, Chief Executive Officer, Core Power (UK)
Robert Edge, Business Development Manager, Haven Gateway Partnership
Bud Darr, Executive Vice President, Maritime Policy and Government Affairs, MSC Group
Stian Aakre, CEO, TECO 2030

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When will biofuels move beyond the trial
phase and scale?

Date: Thursday 11 March - Time: 09:00-09:45 GMT

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MSC Group, ADNOC, Hapag-Lloyd, Norden, Stena Bulk, UECC and Eastern Pacific Shipping rank among the shipowning companies that have been intensively testing different types of biofuels over the last 12 months. What is now needed to galvanise market acceptance and uptake?

Join us as we discuss

  • Operational experience to date
  • Why fuel quality and commercial viability are two different things
  • Biofuels: a local rather than an international fuel?
  • What engine manufacturers and fuels suppliers can do to accelerate market acceptance and guarantee drop-in biofuels performance
  • What is needed to drive the investment and infrastructure to fuel biofuels uptake

Panellists include:
Prashanth Athipar, Principal Technical Maritime, Supply Chain Excellence, BHP
Damien Valdenaire, Science Executive Refining, Concawe
Dirk Kronemeijer, CEO, GoodFuels and GoodShipping



Fuel testing: VLSFOs – the black carbon debate

Date: Friday 12 March - Time: 09:00-09:45 GMT

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Black carbon has been discussed in many online forums and has generated as many different opiniong on how to reduce these emissions. This webinar will bring together leading minds in the fuel testing arena to discuss the link between issues with new cleaner very low sulphur fuels oil’s (VLSFOs) and black carbon emissions. Are they cleaner? Join the webinar, exchange views and get answers from leading industry professionals.

Join us to discuss

  • What VLSFO testing on black carbon emissions has revealed
  • Are there ways to reduce black carbon emitted from VLSFOs
  • Is it better for the environment to use heavy fuel oil with a scrubber
  • VLSFO fuel management

Panellists include:

Steve Bee, Group Commercial & Business Development Director, Veritas Petroleum Services

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Webinar details:

A confirmation email will be sent after registration. A reminder will be sent with your access details no later than 72 hours before the events date and a further reminder will be sent 1 hour before the webinar is due to begin.

  • During the webinar the identity of the attendees is confidential
  • All attendees join the webinar with their microphone off
  • We encourage questions to be sent during the webinar, the Moderator will raise these to the expert presenters
  • A recording of the Webinar will be accessible at www.rivieramm.com/webinar-library following the live event taking place.
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