Conference program 

The 39th International Bunker Conference 17-19 April 2018

Sailing into Changing waters

Tuesday April 17

Boarding and lunch

11.30 - 12.40Attendance Hjortneskaien Cruise terminal Oslo, Registration (boarding 1240)
12.40 - 13.00Boarding and possibility to drop off luggage at the ships conference center
13.00 - 14.30Lunch in the Oceanic Ala carte restaurant, (Sailaway from Oslo at 14.00 hrs) 
14.00 - 15.00Check in to cabins (luggage to be picked up at the ships conference center)

Afternoon Program

Session 1 Day 1: Show me the money

15.00     Official opening of the 38th International Bunker Conference IBC - Fantasy Show Lounge Deck 7 Fwd
15.00 - 15.10 Welcome address by the Chairman of the IBC Program committee
       Speaker:
Fritz Jakob Fredriksen, Fuel & Chartered Seismic Vessel Manager, PGS
15.10 - 15.20 Welcome address by IBC main sponsor
       Speaker: TBA
15.20 - 15.30 Conference Chairman introduction
       Chairman: 
P.E Ph.D. James J. Corbett, University of Delaware
15.30 - 15.55 The way to compliance & IMO’s role in setting the course
       Speaker:
Unni Einemo,  IMO Representative, Media & Communications Manager, IBIA   
15.55 - 16.20 
New building development and financing, solutions to meet the 2020 emission requirements
          Speaker: 
Nicolai Hansteen, Broker and corp. Development S&P/Newbuilding, Lorentzen & Stemoco
16.20 - 16.45  Bunker fuels - IMO widens the spread 
        Speaker: 
Ian Mowat, Senior Research Analyst, Wood Mackenzie
16.45 - 17.00  Q&A - Closing day 1 
         Conference Chairman: P.E Ph.D. James J. Corbett, University of Delaware

Evening Program

19-00 - 20.00 Showtime - Show in the Fantasty show lounge Deck 7 Fwd
     
  Recommended meeting time 30 minutes before the show starts
20.00 - 22.00 Welcome dinner - Hosted by IBC main sponsor
       
At the Grand buffet restaurant, Deck 6 Forward
22.00 -      Bunker Corner
       
Cosmopolitan Jazz bar, deck 7 Aft

Wednesday April 18th

Morning program

Session 1, Day 2: Show me the fuels 

09.00 - 09.10 Opening day 2 – What’s to come?
       Conference Chairman:
P.E Ph.D. James J. Corbett, University of Delaware
09.10 - 09.40 Marpol 2020 and beyond
       Speaker:
Justin Longhurst, Residue Trading Manager, BP Oil International Limited
09.40 - 10.10 Fuels towards 2020
       Speaker: 
TBA
10.10 - 10.40 Fuel products seen from a refiners view
       Speaker: Mel Larson, Principal consultant, KBC Advanced Technologies Inc.

10.40 - 11.10 Fuel blends, fuel mixing and impact on quality (lab research results)
       Speaker:
Charlotte Røjgaard, Bureau Veritas, VeriFuel

11.10 - 11.30 Coffee break with a snack

Session 2 Day 2: Show me the solutions

11.30 - 12.00 Fuel treatment plants for tomorrow's fuels
       Speaker:
Markus Hoffmann, Global Application Manager/Marine Fuels and Lubricants, AlfaLaval
12.00 - 13.00 Installation of EGC (Exhaust Gas Cleaning) systems 
       Speaker:
Marius Blom, CEO and Managing Partner, Blom Maritime (part of TECO group)
       Speaker: Ståle Finsrund, Senior Sales Manager Wärtsila Environmental Solutions
       
Speaker: TBA Shipowners representative elaboration on experience with EGC 
13.00 - 14.30 Lunch in the Oceanic Ala carte restaurant, (Sailaway from Kiel at 14.00 hrs)

Afternoon Program

Session 3 Day 2: Show me the future

14.30 - 15.00 Solutions we chose
       Speaker: Roger Strevens, Vice President, Global Head of Environment, WWL   
15.00 - 15.30 Experience from implemented solutions

       Speaker: TBA
15.30 - 16.00 Emissions from different sources of energy - At the funnel and elsewhere
       Speaker:
Tomas Aminoff, Senior Marine Consultant Elomatic Oy
16.00 - 17.00  Introductory summary presentation by  P.E Ph.D. James J. Corbett 
       Panel debate with Mark Cameron, Executive Vice President and COO,
Ardmore shipping as well as
       previous speakers  

17.00      Conference summary, end of plenary program
       Conference Chairman: P.E Ph.D. James J. Corbett, University of Delaware


Evening Program

19.00 - 20.00 Showtime - Show in the Fantasy show lounge Deck 7 Fwd
        Recommended meeting time 30 minutes before the show starts 
20.00 - 22.00 Farewell dinner Hosted by IBC main sponsor
       
At the Grand buffet restaurant, Deck 6 Forward
22.00 -      Bunker Corner
       Cosmopolitan Jazz bar, deck 7 Aft

Thursday April 19

10.00 -      Color Fantasy Arrives Oslo, and disembarkation begins shortly thereafter. Airport express train is only 5 minutes away
       By taxi - Please do not hesitate to ask our staff onboard or Color Fantasy staff for details.
 


 
The ship offers many places from quiet and athmospheric observation lounge on the top deck to the more stylish Manhattan Bar where you can enjoy a good company and a drink accompanied with piano/jazz music, Should you prefer to watch a game of fottball and have a beer instead, the Monkey Pub will be your place for the evening. For those of you whom enjoy the night club life, don't worry - The ships' own DJ plays funky dance tunes all night in the Tower Night club. Not enough? See the ships list of restaurants and bars or activities onboard

* Timings and contents are subject to change


Due to limited capacity, registration for this event will regretfully have to be on a first come, first served basis

 
 
 

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