New Intelligence for Marine Propulsion Strategies
|Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2011||End Date/Time: Dec 08, 2011|
â€¢ Are you grappling with the various different fuel options open to you?
â€¢ Do you need clarification about investing in new technology?
Make sure youâ€™re making the right strategic investment decision for your immediate and long-term marine propulsion strategy.
New Intelligence for Marine Propulsion Strategies explores approaches to drive operational efficiency, meet environmental targets and understand viable next generation propulsion options. Explore technological innovations and projections for investment so that you can make critical strategic business decisions to develop a long-term and enduring marine propulsion strategy.
What will be covered on the agenda?
â€¢ Insights into how to meet Tier 3 and NOX and SOX Emission Targets: Find out what you can do to develop a robust and cost-effective strategy
â€¢ From heavy fuel to LNG; understand your options and select the right fuel for your immediate and long-term operational strategy
â€¢ Outlining the time-frame and pricing projections for the roll-out of different fuel types
â€¢ Moving from immediate to long-term solutions to maximise operational efficiency: Discover how to integrate the use of scrubbers, kite propulsion andjourney planning technology with more permanent solutions
â€¢ Benefit from revealing breakthroughs in ship and engine designs that will optimise fuel efficiency and drive down costs: Hear the very latest design innovations and how they could help you achieve maximum operational efficiency
â€¢ Determine when is the time to invest in new technology and fuel types
Who should attend?
New Intelligence for Marine Propulsion Strategies will bring together representatives from across the global shipping industry, including:
â€¢ Managing Directors
â€¢ Technical Directors
â€¢ Technical Superintendents
â€¢ Heads of Vessel Optimisation
â€¢ Vessel Optimisation Managers
â€¢ Chief Engineers
â€¢ Chief Financial Officers
â€¢ Fleet Manager
For more information, please visit the meeting website: www.propulsionstrategies.com or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org