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Greener Shipping Summit 2019

At the Door of 2020 and Moving Fast to 2030 and 2050

Tuesday, November 12, 2019 – Eugenides Foundation

Organised by Newsfront / Naftiliaki – Under the auspices of MARTECMA

PRESENTATIONS


 Session 1 – Update on 2020

• What you need to to know about IMO 2020 Fuels
  Bill Stamatopoulos, Business Development Manager, Bureau Veritas VeriFuel
  Bill Stamatopoulos.pdf

• The world smallest scrubber saves time and money = Fuji Electric 'SaveBlue'

  Itsuro MitaMarine Project ManagerFuji Electric Co Ltd
   Itsuro Mita.pdf

• ENVI-Marine™ – a game changer within scrubbing technology

  Frode Helland-EvebøVice President Global SalesPacific Green Marine Technologies
  Frode Helland-Evebo.pdf

• MAN ES scrubber operation & service experience

  Jesper ArvidssonSenior Superintendent Engineer, MAN Energy Solutions
   Jesper Arvidsson.pdf

• Upgrading solutions from Alfa Laval for upcoming new fuels 2020

  Spyros FlessasRegional Sales Manager - Service Operations Supervisor, Alfa Laval
   Spyros Flessas.pdf

• New technologies: New emissions regulations = New fuel additives. Can fuel additives help with emissions reduction? 

  Albert Leyson, Marketing Director, Energy Management and Engineered Projects & Services, Drew Marine
   Albert Leyson.pdf

  

Session 2 – The road to 2030 – 2050 and beyond [Part A]

 

• Pathways to decarbonization 

  Lefteris KaraminasManager, Advisory Services, ABS
  Lefteris Karaminas.pdf
 

• Turbocharging technology as an enabler for lower emissions in the 2-stroke marine propulsion segment

   Stamatis Achillas, Head of Product Management Low-Speed TurbochargingABB Turbo Systems AG
   Stamatis Achillas.pdf 

• MAN ES decarbonization options towards 2050 

  Michael Jeppesen, Promotion ManagerMAN Energy Solutions
  Michael Jeppesen.pdf

• Update on the forthcoming regulations on GHG and compliance options

  George Teriakidis, Area Manager, East Mediterranean & Black SeaDNV GL
  George Teriakidis.pdf

• Short term measures to reduce emissions
   John Kokarakis, Technology & Business Development Director HBSA Zone, Bureau Veritas
   John Kokarakis.pdf

Session 2 – The road to 2030 – 2050 and beyond [Part B]

• The role of lubricants in a low emissions future
 Sotiris MeklisRegional Manager Marine, Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa, Chevron Marine Lubricants
  Sotiris Meklis.pdf

• IMO short time measures. What is feasible and what is not

  Stavros HatzigrigorisManaging Director, Maran Gas MaritimeChairman, MARTECMA
   Stavros Hatzigrigoris.pdf

• LNG as a fuel, towards 2050 and beyond

   Panos MitrouGlobal Gas Segment Manager, Lloyd's Register
   Panos Mitrou.pdf

• LNG fuel: Meeting the next years challenges

   Julien BecVice President LNG Fuel Division, GTT
   Julien Bec.pdf

• GHG reduction measures. Pros and cons

   Panos Kourkountis, Technical DirectorSea Traders SA
   Panos Kourkountis.pdf

 

 

 

Session 3 – A new IT environment

• Modernising shipping through digitalisation
  Panos TheodossopoulosChief Digital Officer, Oceanking Technical & Trading SA
  Panos Theodossopoulos.pdf

• Can big data improve the efficiency of ships?
  Dimitris TheodossiouManaging Director, Danaos Management Consultants SA
  Dimitris Theodossiou.pdf

• IT solutions in performance monitoring
   Alessandro PescettoMarine Digital & Innovation Director, RINA
   Alessandro Pescetto.pdf

 • Autonomous ships, technology
   Nikos Simatos, Account Manager Deepsea Sales DeptFuruno Hellas S.A.
   Nikos Simatos.pdf

• Hey METIS, what do green and smart shipping have in common?
  Serafeim KatsikasCTO, METIS Cyberspace Technology SA
  Serafeim Katsikas.pdf 

 

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