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30 August: How to ensure compliance with IMO’s regulation on Sulphur 2020 in the most cost-efficient way

News   •   Aug 21, 2018 11:12 +08

How to ensure compliance with IMO’s regulation on Sulphur 2020 in the most cost-efficient way

Stricter limits on sulphur (SOx) emission are already in place in Emission Control Areas (ECAs) in Europe and the Americas, new control areas are being established in ports in China and sulphur emission cap will be implemented globally after 2020.

As a result of the increased international attention to air pollution, a growing number of shipowners are beginning to weigh their options to ensure compliance. They face a choice of switching from heavy fuel oil (HFO) to marine gas oil (MGO), burning ultra-low Sulphur HFO/hybrid fuel, retrofitting vessels to use alternative fuels such as LNG or installing scrubber systems which allow them to continue operating on regular HFO.

To assist in navigating both the regulatory landscape and the alternatives for compliance, this presentation aims to provide an introduction to the choices and challenges ahead. We recommend starting planning and acting as soon as possible, to ensure compliance in the most cost-efficient way.

The presentation will be held by Mr M Shahrin Osman Regional Manager, Maritime Advisory, DNV GL Maritime Region South East Asia, Pacific & India. Mr M Shahrin Osman has significant experience in strategy related work for the maritime sector including development of new product or solutions such as LNG bunkering and alternative fuels, martime cluster development and application of new technologies within the maritime and offshore sector.

Ms Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria, Regional Manager South East Asia, Pacific & India – DNV GL Maritime, will be present at the Q&A/round table discussion session. Ms Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria is responsible for DNV GL’s maritime operations in South East Asia Pacific & India in her capacity as Regional Manager.

When: Thursday 30 August

Where: The Norwegian Embassy, Hong Leong Building, #44-01, Singapore 048581

Time: 8.30am to 10.30am

Cost: S$ 25 (NBAS members) S$ 40 (guests)

Please register here.

Program:

08.30 Breakfast and registration

09.00 Welcome by Mr Tom Zachariassen Head of Shipping, Offshore & Oil Services – Asia, Nordea

09.05 How to ensure compliance with IMO’s regulation on Sulphur 2020 in the most cost-efficient way by Mr M Shahrin Osman

10:00 Q&A/Round table discussion with Ms Cristina Saenz de Santa Maria and Mr M Shahrin Osman from DNV GL

10:30 Concluding remarks by Leonard Stornes, NBAS President

Kindly note that there are limited seats available, that registration is binding and payment non-refundable.

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