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Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology Experts discuss means of optimisation How to reduce the operating costs is one of the main challenges for ship owners. Possibilities and solutions for different ship types are discussed at Ship Effciency 4.0 conference in Hamburg. Another main topic are unmanned and autonomous vessels In recent years with high fuel oil prices, energy saving has been a direct contribution in lowering the burden of fuel oil bills. Nowadays we see a much lower oil price but, around the corner, another obstacle is waiting: »MRV – Measuring, Reporting and Verification«. This means – at least in the long run – nothing less than the reduction of the CO2-emission of ships calling at European ports and trading in European waters. For shore based CO2-emission sources, there are measures for »Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage – CCS under way. There have been already some pilot installations. But this technology is not yet »state of the art« by far and you need not be a prophet to predict that we will probably not see any proven CCS-technology on board ships in the next decade. Based on the above, for ship owners and ship managers there is only one way to cope with future requirements: reducing the CO2-emission by reducing the fuel consumption of the vessels. In other words: make your vessel as effcient as possible or you will have to pay the bill. The German Society for Maritime Technology (STG) has launched its 6 th international conference that takes place in Hamburg on 25 and 26 September 2017, to look for answers to questions concerning improvements in the effciency of shipping operations and thereby increasing a ship‘s profitability while considering environmental as well as legislative aspects. This year the conference program will focus on ship effciency from an interdisciplinary perspective in the following fields: • Ship effciency in a more and more regulated environment • »Ship Effciency 4.0« – will the »autonomous vessel« be the solution? • Energy saving provisions for particular ship types such as container vessels, bulkcarriers, tankers and cruise vessels Since the conference takes a holistic approach to the entire ship system, it will be of interest to a wide range of experts from the entire maritime community including Ship Owners/ Ship Managers, Ship Builders/ Shipyards, Equipment- Suppliers, Ship Model Basins, Classification Societies, Consultants, Financial analysts, Academics and Investors. Part of the conference will be an exhibition in the field of energy saving where companies of the maritime industry will present their solutions and services. TWG Shipowners have to look carefully at fuel consuption Photo: Thomas Wägener 54 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 9

“Ship Efficiency 4.0” Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology 2017 6 th International Conference Hamburg 25–26 September 2017 Is the maritime industry already on track? We invite you to attend the sixth conference on one of the key issues for future shipping: ship efficiency. The German Society for Maritime Technology, STG, launched this series of conferences to provide a platform for maritime leaders to exchange interdisciplinary ideas and expertise on questions related to Ship Efficiency. To register and to be kept updated on programme details and speakers, go to www.ship-efficiency.org. Please register soon as the capacity of the conference room is limited. During the conference there will be an exhibition in the field of energy saving where leaders of the maritime industry will present innovative products and services. The STG is very much pleased to confirm the following presentations up to now: Ship efficiency in a more and more regulated environment • The Path to Ship Efficiency Wolfram Guntermann, Hapag-Lloyd AG, Germany • New environmental Regulation and a broader view on impacts for efficient shipping Matthias Wiese, DNV GL, Germany • Significance of environmental policy for the transport by sea Speaker to be announced • Ship Efficiency in Port/Efficient Shore Power Supply Gunter Bonz, EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg GmbH, Germany • Hybrid approaches for onboard power generation and propulsion drives Kay Tigges, Siemens AG, Germany • The road towards autonomous shipping Oskar Levander, Rolls-Royce Marine, Finland • Panel discussion: “Unmanned and autonomous ships – between desire and reality” Recognized experts from the marine industry and leading shipping companies will give their views Moderator: Hermann J. Klein, STG, Germany Antony J. Firmin, Hapag-Lloyd AG, Germany Carlos Jahn, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services CML, Germany Oskar Levander, Rolls-Royce Marine, Finland Pierre Sames, DNV GL, Norway • Conference dinner speech Achim Wehrmann, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Germany How to save fuel costs on different ship types • Fuel Consumption Measurement in IMO and EU Ship Fuel Consumption Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Andreas Maier, KRAL AG, Austria • Energy efficiency improvements for PCTC vessels, present and future Martin v. Sydow, Wallenius Marine, Sweden • Operational profile optimization and energy saving device study on a container ship Jinbao Wang, MARIC, China • Fleet Performance Program - a must to survive for bulk carrier and container ship owners Bart Rombouts, CMB Group, Belgium • ”Fuel Savings on Tankers” (Speaker and final title to be announced) • Efficient Design and Operation of Cruise Vessels Sebastian Sala, Carnival Maritime GmbH, Germany Conference Language: Venue: Special Hotel Rates: English Hotel Hafen Hamburg If booked prior to August 10 at Hotel Hafen Hamburg (Ship Efficiency 25.–26.09.2017) Please quote booking code (in parentheses above) when booking. For booking and rate, see www.ship-efficiency.org September 25 9.00 – 9.45 Registration and welcome 9.45 – 15.45 Presentations 15.45 – 17.30 Panel discussion 19.00 Conference dinner with keynote speaker September 26 9.00 – 13.00 Presentations 13.00 – 14.30 Farewell Buffet Conference Fees: If booked prior Full fee to September 6 Participants € 850 € 950 STG-Members € 690 € 790 Members of affiliated € 690 € 790 societies* Students/Pensioners € 200 € 200 *see registration (www.ship-efficiency.org) The conference fee includes proceedings on a CD, admittance at all technical sessions, lunches and refreshments, conference dinner and farewell buffet. After this conference: You are invited to attend the first workshop (free of charge) of the German funded research project ProEis – “Influence of the ship’s hull design on the propulsion efficiency and the loads on the propeller induced by ice” (see www.stg.online.de) The German Society for Maritime Technology Schiffbautechnische Gesellschaft e.V. HANSA International Maritime Journal – 154. Jahrgang – 2017 – Nr. 9 55

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