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Venue: Hamburg Marriott Hotel, Hamburg, Germany

This conference is organized by Lloyd's List Events, part of Informa Maritime & Transport. The proliferation of 'green' legislation and heightened environmental expectations generally have created new market opportunities and seen the emergence of environmental performance as an element of competitiveness. In particular, the introduction of limits on sulphur emissions and the use of low sulphur fuel are a key element in green technology development. Increasingly, environmental and economic objectives go hand-in-hand. This conference will examine the key developments in this area, including speaker presentations, discussion and informal networking opportunities.

Programme Highlights:

A discussion of environmental regulation v. self assessment
Designing an environmentally sustainable ship
Managing environmental hazards in the ship repair/ship building yard
Analysis of the costs/benefits of operating green ship policies
The owners' view of current 'green' technology and environmental management systems
Port developments in reception facilities and monitoring of air quality
Alternatives for reducing emissions, including emissions trading and seawater scrubbing
Current developments in ballast water treatment systems and the likelihood of adoption for commercial use Alternative propulsion methods and energy sources
The challenges ahead for paints and coatings
An opportunity to pose your questions to a panel of oily water separator manufacturers

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