Future Marine Fuels & Lubes
Organization: Riviera Maritime Media
|Event Date/Time: Oct 30, 2013 / 8:45 am - (GMT +1:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Oct 31, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +1:00 hours)|
Will you be able to fuel your fleet post 2015? Do you fully understand all the available options from technical, operational and economic standpoints? What is the true cost of regulatory compliance? How will you have to adapt your operations and business model? The Future Marine Fuels & Lubes Conference will unite all relevant interests in Copenhagen in October to analyse these issues and deliver insightful answers on the way ahead for anyone needing to make decisions on future marine fuel and lubricant requirements. In keeping with its Copenhagen setting, the conference will have a European focus and will therefore be relevant to worldwide interests who trade in European waters. Across two days attendees will be thoroughly briefed on supply and demand issues; cost of compliance, Emission Control Areas (ECAs); and the likely future roles of LNG, methanol, distillates and residual fuel in combination with abatement technology. Perspectives from across the maritime spectrum will be heard. These will include: regulators, politicians, ports, owners/operators, marine lubricant suppliers, fuel suppliers, refineries, technology providers, lawyers, brokers and consultants.
In short, the conference is a must attend for anyone addressing the industry’s future marine fuel and lubricant requirements. This includes, but is not limited to: COOs; technical directors; fleet directors; heads of regulatory affairs; environment and strategy directors; refiners; lubricant manufacturers; engine designers and manufacturers, shipyards, naval architects, class societies, insurers, energy companies, port authorities, national and supranational regulators, fuel buyers; brokers; lawyers; consultants; trade associations and governmental bodies responsible for maritime affairs.