Programme accurate as of 19 September 2017

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Day One - Monday, 25 September 2017
Time  Programme
0830 Registration
0930

Welcome Remarks by

Mr Andrew Tan
Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

Dr Stefan Micallef
Director, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization
0950 Expansion of the GEF-UNDP-IMO Global Industry Alliance to Support Low Carbon Shipping - Signing Ceremony
1005 Photo-Taking with Speakers and GIA New Members
1010 Tea Break

Session 1: Bridging Gaps

This session sets the scene by providing an overview on the latest regulatory developments on ship energy efficiency and trends for maritime and port energy efficient technologies as well as the R&D efforts on new technologies. The session introduces participants to the hot topics of technology transfer.

1030

Introduction of session and speakers by

Moderator: Ms Angela Png
Director (International), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
1040

Recent and Possible Future Regulatory Developments in International Shipping - A Key Driver for Managing Future Risks

Dr Edmund Hughes
Head of Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization
1055

Development of Energy Efficient Technologies for the Maritime Industry

Dr Abdul Rahim
Regional Manager, South Asia, Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK)
1110

Sustainable and Efficient International Shipping – A Trajectory for the Future

Mr Peter Hinchliffe OBE
Secretary-General, International Chamber of Shipping
1125

Latest Research Developments in Maritime Energy Efficiency and Emission Reduction

Dr Alan Murphy
Reader (Associate Professor) in Maritime Engineering, Marine, Offshore and Subsea Technology Group, Faculty of Science, Agriculture and Engineering (SAgE), Newcastle University
1140

Digital Transformation of the Marine Industry

Mr Pradeep Kumar
Director, GE Marine Solutions
1155 Panel Discussion and Q&A with the audience
1230 Lunch

Session 2: Incentivising Technology Collaboration

This session explores the various methods of technology collaboration and cooperation, and examines the challenges in terms of financing models, regulatory framework, and market access, among others. It also provides case studies of existing technology collaborations among various stakeholders.

1400

Introduction of session and speakers by

Moderator: Mr Tan Suan Jow
Director (Sustainability Office), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore
1410

Society will benefit from lower emissions from shipping – we must reward and support new initiatives and early movers

Mr Claes Berglund
Director of Public Affairs and Sustainability, Stena AB, and Chair of the GEF-UNDP-IMO Global Industry Alliance
1425

Innovating Together: Incentivizing Technology Collaboration For Sustainable LNG Solutions

Mr Anis Altaf Hussain
Project Director, Keppel Offshore & Marine Technology Centre
1440

Achieving Successful Technology Collaboration in an Increasingly Digital Maritime World

Mr Roger Holm
President, Marine Solutions, Executive Vice President, Wärtsilä Corporation
1455

Public-Private Sector Partnerships for Green Shipping : The Norwegian Perspective and Examples

Mr Sveinung Oftedal
Specialist Director, Department for Marine Management and Pollution Control, Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment
1510 Tea Break
1530 Panel Discussion and Q&A with the audience
1600 Networking Cocktail Reception
1800 End of Day One


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