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DNV GL Forum @ Nor-Shipping

DNV GL experts look at some of today’s hot topics.

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  • Wo:

    Oslo

  • Veranstaltungsort:

    Thon Hotel Arena, Room Rogaland, Lillestrøm

  • Wann:
    31 May - 01 June 2017
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Join us as we explore some of the most important and pressing issues facing the market. At these 1-hour seminars our experts will provide insight on important topics concerning new technology development, cost-efficient operation, and in-service experience.

We look forward to seeing you!

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

  • Time
    Title/Description
    Speaker
  • 11:00 -12:00

    The PERFECt ship 02 – from vision to feasibility

    Project partners GTT, CMA CGM (CMA Ships), OMT, ABB, Solar and DNV GL have put forward a visionary concept for an electric-driven 20,000 TEU ULCV vessel with an LNG-fuelled combined cycle gas and steam turbine electric power plant. The PERFECt ship project is delivering promising results that demonstrate the economic potential and technical feasibility of this truly innovative concept.

    Speaker:

    Gerd Würsig

    Business Director Alternative Fuels, Dnv GL

    Jim Bertsch

    Marine Program Manager, Solar Turbines Incorporated

  • 12:00 -13:00

    From hype to reality – shipping towards smarter use of data

    Ship managers are highly diversified when it comes to embracing digital opportunities. For this reason, DNV GL has developed a Practical Guide to identify where and how data may create value in our client’s business. Focusing on ship and offshore unit operation, the aim is to contribute with clarity on the opportunities and challenges in generating, managing and using data.

    Speaker:

    Tomas Tronstad

    Principal Engineer Machinery and Systems, Dnv GL

  • 13:00 -14:00

    Low carbon pathways towards 2050 – will shipping make it?

    The IMO is tasked with delivering global emissions reduction from shipping, but for an owner the choice has never been harder:

    • How much can shipping reduce GHG emissions?
    • What are the benefits and challenges of using alternative fuels and advanced energy efficiency measures?
    • Which technologies are appropriate for various ship segments and at what cost?

    Speaker:

    Christos Chryssakis

    Principal Researcher Maritime Transport, Dnv GL

  • 14:00 -15:00

    A regulatory overview for busy shipping executives

    Environmental regulations are being developed and rolled out at an unprecedented pace. Ballast water, air pollution or greenhouse gases – confusion and uncertainty is rife, yet understanding the details can be business-critical. Come listen to our expert to get the insight you need.

    Speaker:

    Eirik Nyhus

    Director Environment, Dnv GL

  • 15:00 -16:00

    Global sulphur cap – will we manage? How?

    The new 0.5% sulphur limit enters into force in 2020, and up to 70,000 ships may be affected. The transition from HFO to fuel of 0.5% sulphur in 2020 will be a huge challenge for the maritime industry. How can ship owners prepare to ensure compliance in the most cost-efficient way?

    Speaker:

    Stian Sollied

    Business Development Manager, Dnv GL

  • 16:00 -17:00

    Digital class – a journey

    A growing number of operations and initiatives are targeted at becoming more digital – and class operations is too. This presentation summarizes the main initiatives from DNV GL in its ambition to become more efficient and agile via digital offerings. The keywords here are: digital certificates, effective survey booking and more.

    Speaker:

    Tore Torvbråten

    Director Class Development, Dnv GL

Thursday, 1 June 2017

  • Time
    Title/Description
    Speaker
  • 11:00 -12:00

    The PERFECt ship 02 – from vision to feasibility

    Project partners GTT, CMA CGM (CMA Ships), OMT, ABB, Solar and DNV GL have put forward a visionary concept for an electric-driven 20,000 TEU ULCV vessel with an LNG-fuelled combined cycle gas and steam turbine electric power plant. The PERFECt ship project is delivering promising results that demonstrate the economic potential and technical feasibility of this truly innovative concept.

    Speaker:

    Gerd Würsig

    Business Director Alternative Fuels, Dnv GL

    Jim Bertsch

    Marine Program Manager, Solar Turbines Incorporated

  • 12:00 -13:00

    From hype to reality – shipping towards smarter use of data

    Ship managers are highly diversified when it comes to embracing digital opportunities. For this reason, DNV GL has developed a Practical Guide to identify where and how data may create value in our client’s business. Focusing on ship and offshore unit operation, the aim is to contribute with clarity on the opportunities and challenges in generating, managing and using data.

    Speaker:

    Tomas Tronstad

    Principal Engineer Machinery and Systems, Dnv GL

  • 13:00 -14:00

    Low carbon pathways towards 2050 – will shipping make it?

    The IMO is tasked with delivering global emissions reduction from shipping, but for an owner the choice has never been harder:

    • How much can shipping reduce GHG emissions?
    • What are the benefits and challenges of using alternative fuels and advanced energy efficiency measures?
    • Which technologies are appropriate for various ship segments and at what cost?

    Speaker:

    Christos Chryssakis

    Principal Researcher Maritime Transport, Dnv GL

  • 14:00 -15:00

    A regulatory overview for busy shipping executives

    Environmental regulations are being developed and rolled out at an unprecedented pace. Ballast water, air pollution or greenhouse gases – confusion and uncertainty is rife, yet understanding the details can be business-critical. Come listen to our expert to get the insight you need.

    Speaker:

    Eirik Nyhus

    Director Environment, Dnv GL

  • 15:00 -16:00

    Global sulphur cap – will we manage? How?

    The new 0.5% sulphur limit enters into force in 2020, and up to 70,000 ships may be affected. The transition from HFO to fuel of 0.5% sulphur in 2020 will be a huge challenge for the maritime industry. How can ship owners prepare to ensure compliance in the most cost-efficient way?

    Speaker:

    Stian Sollied

    Business Development Manager, Dnv GL

  • 16:00 -17:00

    Digital class – a journey

    A growing number of operations and initiatives are targeted at becoming more digital – and class operations is too. This presentation summarizes the main initiatives from DNV GL in its ambition to become more efficient and agile via digital offerings. The keywords here are: digital certificates, effective survey booking and more.

    Speaker:

    Tore Torvbråten

    Director Class Development, Dnv GL