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Morning Coffee & Networking

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13:15 - 14:15

Networking Lunch

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15:40 - 16:00

Afternoon Coffee & Networking

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08:00 - 08:50 50 mins
Joint Sessions
Coffee
08:50 - 09:00 10 mins
Shipping2030
Chair's Welcome
  • Lars Jensen - CEO and Partner , SeaIntelligence Consulting
08:50 - 09:00 10 mins
GST Breakout A: Ecological Impacts
Chair's Welcome
  • Jon Stewart - President, International Maritime Technology Consultants
08:50 - 09:00 10 mins
GST Breakout B: Shipping & the Circular Economy
Chair's Welcome
09:00 - 09:45 45 mins
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Shipping2030
PANEL DISCUSSION: The Innovation Imperative - fostering a culture of innovation and learning from digital disruption
  • Inge André Sandvik - CDO, Wilhelmsen Group
  • Annika Elfström - Head of Digital Transformation Lab, Stena AB
  • Alexander Varvarenko - Owner and CEO, VARAMAR Group
  • Camille Egloff - Senior Partner and Managing Director, Boston Consultancy Group

From start-up scouting and innovation hubs to skunkworks and corporate accelerators we ask a range of different players what's worked for them, and why.

What is the optimal balance of cultural and organisational structure for allowing innovation to flourish and deliver bottom-line value?

09:00 - 09:40 40 mins
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GST Breakout A: Ecological Impacts
BWM convention – compliance and enforcement
  • Theofanis Karayannis - Head - Marine Biosafety, IMO
  • Mark Riggio - Product Manager, Hyde Marine
  • Jeremy Lowe - Global Program Manager - Marine, Hach
  • How might the BWM convention be amended in light of the experience building phase?
  • Should contingency measures be added to BWM plans?
  • What guidelines are now in place, or forthcoming, to support effective implementation of the BWM convention?
  • How are PSCs approaching the enforcement issue?
09:00 - 09:30 30 mins
GST Breakout B: Shipping & the Circular Economy
Modular ship design and circular thinking
  • Geoff Symonds - Chief Operating Officer, MBNA Thames Clippers
  • Hege Økland - CEO, NCE Maritime CleanTech
09:30 - 10:15 45 mins
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GST Breakout B: Shipping & the Circular Economy
Advances in shipboard waste management
  • James Tyrell - Technical Manager, Carnival Corporation

Exploring best practise and outlining a path towards circular solutions for the shipping sector:

  • Waste reduction initiatives
  • Greywater and blackwater
  • Incineration and energy generation
09:40 - 10:00 20 mins
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GST Breakout A: Ecological Impacts
The Glofouling project: Status report
  • Theofanis Karayannis - Head - Marine Biosafety, IMO

Is biofouling moving along the same trajectory as ballast water towards international regulation? 

09:45 - 10:15 30 mins
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Shipping2030
CASE STUDY: Replicating the physical - looking at the Digital Twin operational model

In this session, we examine what the concept and process of the digital twin is and what benefits it can deliver for the shipping industry.

10:00 - 10:30 30 mins
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GST Breakout A: Ecological Impacts
Quick-fire: Biofouling Prevention and Management

What solutions are available and being developed to prevent translocation of invasive species via ships hulls?

  • From biocidal coatings to sonar tech and cleaning systems
10:15 - 11:00 45 mins
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Shipping2030
PANEL DISCUSSION: Satellite Communications I - what’s the next move for connectivity solutions considering IoT & improved optical networks?
  • What are the new needs of owners and operator clients?
  • How are providers meeting these needs?
  • In what ways are sat comm strategies affecting sea-land connections?
10:15 - 11:00 45 mins
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GST Breakout B: Shipping & the Circular Economy
Ship recycling - cleaning up our act
  • Andrew Stephens - Executive Director, The Sustainable Shipping Initiative
  • Henning Gramann - CEO, GSR Services

From 2019 EU flagged vessels will have to be recycled at one of a list of approved European ship recycling facilities. At this crucial juncture we ask:

  • What are the challenges and barriers to achieving ship recycling that maximises the recovery of reusable materials in a safe and environmentally sound manner?
  • How can ship design support more effective ship recycling?
  • What drivers or incentives are needed to improve recycling practises?
  • The IHM system and compliance with Hong Kong convention
10:30 - 11:00 30 mins
GST Breakout A: Ecological Impacts
Minimising oil pollution from ships - green approaches to lubrication
11:00 - 11:30 30 mins
Morning Coffee & Networking
11:30 - 12:15 45 mins
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Shipping2030
PANEL DISCUSSION: Satellite Communications II – delivering cost reductions and performance gains
  • Joe Apa - VP Sales, Speedcast

In this panel, we delve deeper into how sat comms are directly driving efficiencies and affecting the bottom line through greater connectivity.

  • What are the benefits being delivered today thanks to new connectivity solutions?
  • How is this impacting day-to-day operations?
  • Is there scope for improvement and further integration?
11:30 - 12:00 30 mins
Green Ship Technology
Women leading the way in sustainable shipping
  • Interviewee Kirsi Tikka - Executive Vice President, Global Marine , American Bureau of Shipping
12:00 - 12:45 45 mins
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Green Ship Technology
Harnessing Renewable Energy
  • Gavin Allwright - Secretary, International Windship Association (IWSA)
  • Diane Gilpin - Founder CEO, Smart Green Shipping Alliance

From wind propulsion and solar power to e-fuels; how can the shipping industry tap into the abundant free renewable energy around us to meet decarbonisation targets?  

12:15 - 12:30 15 mins
Shipping2030
CASE STUDY: Connectivity
12:30 - 13:00 30 mins
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Shipping2030
PANEL DISCUSSION: Data, analytics and prediction - discussing the role of data mining and tools to analyse and apply the right use of information flow to working practises
  • Nick Chubb - Founder & Managing Director, Antares Insight

In this session, we focus on moving past the definitions of big data and look at how information flow analysis can be integrated into decision-making processes and optimise operational functionality. We also look at the progression of predictive modelling to anticipate technical challenges.

12:45 - 13:15 30 mins
Green Ship Technology
CASE STUDY: Rotor sails beyond proof of concept
  • Jukka Kuuskoski - Chief Sales Officer, Norsepower
13:00 - 13:15 15 mins
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Shipping2030
CASE STUDY: Leveraging the Internet of Things - engaging IoT as a service rather than a platform

Aggregating vessel data on-board and getting it efficiently onshore has been a key stumbling block for ship operators and application developers. A new solution allows ship operators and managers to access, control and exploit their own data. This case study addresses the practicalities of implementation and the operational benefits delivered.

13:15 - 14:15 60 mins
Networking Lunch
14:15 - 15:00 45 mins
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Shipping2030
Performance Monitoring

In this session, hear from 3 experts on examples of digitised performance monitoring for operational efficiency.  

  • Vessel tracking
  • Sensor technology
  • Big data utilisation
14:15 - 14:35 20 mins
Green Ship Technology
LIVE INTERVIEW: Why ocean plastics should be on the shipping industry’s agenda
14:35 - 15:20 45 mins
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Green Ship Technology
PANEL DISCUSSION: Staying Afloat - Shipowners’ Forum on Regulatory Compliance and Operational Challenges
  • Wolfram Guntermann - Director, Environmental Fleet Management, Hapag-Lloyd AG
  • James Tyrell - Technical Manager, Carnival Corporation
  • Mathias Sundberg - Technical Superintendent, Bore Ltd

Challenges of implementation, from BWM convention to SOx NOx and EUMRV.

  • What is keeping operators up at night, and how do you find solutions? 
  • What are the impacts of green technologies on ship operations?
  • How are crews dealing with the increasing technical and administrative demands of regulatory compliance?
  • What are the particular challenges for smaller shipowners and operators?
15:00 - 15:40 40 mins
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Shipping2030
PANEL DISCUSSION: The cybersecurity landscape in 2019
  • Lars Jensen - CEO and Partner , SeaIntelligence Consulting
  • Duncan Ealand - Senior Associate, Campbell Johnston Clark
  • Richard Clayton - Chief Correspondent, Lloyd's List Maritime Intelligence

From GDPR to new digital ecosystems and connectivity, the security of our data, assets and people are constantly under threat.

  • What are the realities of the threat in 2019?
  • How can collaborating to share intelligence, and acting together to protect each other, mitigate our exposure as an industry?
15:20 - 15:40 20 mins
Green Ship Technology
GST Rising Star presentation
15:40 - 16:00 20 mins
Afternoon Coffee & Networking
16:00 - 16:30 30 mins
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Joint Sessions
PANEL DISCUSSION The role of Shipping in ‘The Blue Economy’
  • Judith van Leeuwen - Assistant Professor I Environmental Policy Group, Wageningen University

Our way of thinking about the oceans is changing, with the UN’s SDG14 encouraging industries to “Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development”: 

  • What are the challenges of sharing ocean resources with other industries (fisheries, deep sea mining)
  • What are the synergies and opportunities with offshore energy?
16:30 - 17:00 30 mins
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Joint Sessions
PANEL DISCUSSION: If you could invest in one green or digital technology, what would it be?
  • Mark Clintworth - Lead Shipping Advisor, Project Directorate - Air, Maritime & Innovative Transport, European Investment Bank
  • Knut-Olav Traa - IT Architecture Manager, Höegh Autoliners AS
  • Orestis Schinas - Partner, HHX.blue
  • What are the industry’s top tips for investing in digital?
  • How do you discover what technologies will deliver for you?
  • Feasibility testing and identifying best suppliers.
17:00 - 17:10 10 mins
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Joint Sessions
CLOSING REMARKS: Predictions and key themes for 2020 - what will we be talking about this time next year?
  • Lars Jensen - CEO and Partner , SeaIntelligence Consulting

From Green to Blue, linear to circular and operated to autonomous, how might these key themes impact the agenda in the coming 12 months?