Ship Efficiency by STGInternational Conference on Ship Efficiency

2011 Programme

26th September 2011

09:45

Welcome by Hermann J. Klein

President of STG and
Iwer Asmussen
Executive Secretary of STG

Ship Operation and Ship Design

chaired by Dirk Lehmann, becker marine systems, Hamburg/Germany
10:00

Regulatory Steps to Ship Efficiency - A View from International Shipping Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Shipping Industry view of regulatory measures on efficiency being pursued at IMO and UNFCCC

Peter Hinchliffe, International Chamber of Shipping, United Kingdom

10:30

Can IMO Regulations Initiate Innovations? Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Swiss Climate and Ahrenkiel Shipmanagement show their experience with the implementation of the SEEMP and the EEOI

Robert Derksen, Swiss Climate, Switzerland
Christian Suhr, Ahrenkiel Shipmanagement, Germany

11:00

Coffee break


11:30

Efficiency of Maritime Transport - A System Approach from the Logistics Perspective Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • The Ship-port-system as a logistics issue, system efficiency: measures/effects/interactions, strategy implications and outlook

Carlos Jahn, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics, Germany

12:00

Three Years of Experience with the Becker Mewis Duct® - A Contribution to Ship Efficiency Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation


Jan Oivind Svardal, Grieg Shipping Group, Norway
Friedrich Mewis, Mewis Ship Hydrodynamics, Germany

12:30

STX Advanced Technologies for GREEN DREAM Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • The practical applications of STX green technologies for merchant vessels

Seung-Gyu Jeong, STX, Korea

13:00

Lunch


14:30

Energy Saving Devices/Solutions - A Framework for Decision Making Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Refit options, operational context, assessment tools and outlook

Johan H. de Jong, MARIN, The Netherlands

15:00

Performance Monitoring and Analysis for Operational Improvements Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Automatic data logging onboard, performance monitoring onboard and at shore, voyage performance analysis report, combination with weather routing, case studies

Hideyuki Ando, NYK-Line, Japan

15:30

Coffee break


16:00

DSME Green-Ship Technology - BUILD ECONOLOGY Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Lower emission, higher fuel saving and advanced environmental friendly design features of DSME containerships

Odin Kwon, DAEWOO, Korea

16:30

Green Bulkers Now and in the Future Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Emission reduction to comply with future legislation, fuel efficiency, energy efficiency

Leif Jacobsen, Grontmij/Carl Bro, Denmark

17:00

Marorka - Empowering Sustainability Winners Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Challenges in marine energy management, opportunities in energy management, combining technical solutions and methodology energy management vision

Jon A. Thorsteinsson, Marorka, Island

19:00

Conference dinner with keynote speaker


Senator Frank Horch, ministry of economy, transport and innovation, Hamburg

27th September 2011

Future Fuels and Efficient Power

chaired by Hans Jakob Gätjens, Bureau Veritas S.A., Hamburg/Germany
09:00

Development of the Marine Fuel Market - An Overview Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • The future of HFO, low sulfur fuels, gas and bio fuels

Horst Rulfs, TUHH, Germany

09:30

Gas as Fuel - Storage and Bunkering Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Supply logistics, tank concepts, safe and efficient bunkering of gas, shipboard gas supply plants

Jürgen Harperscheidt, TGE Marine Gas Engineering, Germany

10:00

Latest Developments and Operational Experience with Dual Fuel Engines PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Dual fuel engines for direct propulsion with CPP, auxiliary dual fuel engines, experience regarding maintenance after 5 years operation

Oskar Levander, Wärtsilä, Finnland

10:30

Coffee break


11:00

Exhaust Gas Recirculation on 2-stroke Engines - An Efficient Solution for Emissions Compliance Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Description of the technology, R&D activities, installation aspects, operational considerations

Mikkel Preem, MAN, Denmark

11:30

Engine Performance Optimization by Permanent use of Holistic Expert Condition Monitoring System Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Engine performance optimization opportunities, concept of AVL EPOSTM as expert condition monitoring system, integration into Kongsberg K-Chief 600 automation system as part of Kongsberg´s vessel performance monitoring, field experiences

Hinrich Mohr, AVL, Austria
Vegard Hansen, Kongsberg, Norway

12:00

Efficient Turbochargers - Latest Developments Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Two-stage turbochargers, operation with exhaust gas recycling, heat recovery systems

Klaus Heinrich, ABB, Switzerland

12:30

Energy Efficient Gas Propulsion System with Hybrid Shaft Generator Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Introduction of a pure gas engine in shipping, fuel consumption/emissions/methane slip, operational experience and maintenance, hybrid shaft generator concept

Tobias Haack, Rolls Royce Marine, Norway

13:00

Farewell buffet


Conference language

English

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