14 - 15 November 2018
Manhattan, New York
Survival of the fittest in maritime: Make smart investments. Ensure you are compliant. Future proof your fleet.
The Green Ship Technology North America Conference will take place with Shipping2030, offering attendees access to 200+ technical experts & policy makers. Gain fresh insights into the global sulphur cap, ballast water regulation, the future of green ship design and much more.
2017 Agenda Highlights included:
Operational strategies for long term sustainability
How do you remain compliant with changing regulations? What long term options are available to vessels? How will MEPC71 affect the next 12 months and beyond?
Air emissions and alternative fuels
Practical strategies to meet the global 2020 sulphur cap, new technologies to meet SOx & NOx requirements and viable alternatives for low carbon fuels
Ballast water regulation, treatment & management
Discuss MEPC71 takeaways, compare US regulations with IMO stipulations, and examine cost-effective BWMS technologies on the market
Innovative design & tech for greener ships
What will the 2020 ship look like? What counts as a ‘green ship design’? How will technology progress from inland vessels to blue water ships?
Hull coatings & biofouling
Explore new hull coatings on the market and find out how they are driving operational performance, plus how to prevent underwater noise and improve air lubrication.
Market & finance industry outlooks
Which markets are thriving at the moment? What finance options are available to drive new industry innovation? How will the industry anticipate new technologies?
2017 speakers included:
Who was there?
200 maritime professionals gathered at GST & Shipping2030 North America 2017 conferences!
Free shipowner tickets
Select shipowners and shippers attend for free - see if you qualify for 2018!
Email Ilenia.Chindamo@KNect365.com to apply
Sponsorship & exhibiting Opportunities for 2018
We create bespoke packages for individual firms taking into account their strategies and budgets.
Want to know more?
Contact Paul on +44 (0)20 7017 4402 or firstname.lastname@example.org