0830 - 0930 UAE Session
H.E. Eng. Hessa Bint Ahmed Al Malek, Executive Director of Maritime Transport, Federal Transport Authority - Land & Maritime
H.E. Abdulla Bin Damithan, Chief Commecial Officer, DP World
H.E. Abeer Alshaali, Executive Management Officer, Gulf Craft
Captain Taleb Al Yamahi, Deputy Harbour Master, Port of Fujairah
Nawfal Al Jourani, Director, Dubai Maritime Cluster Office
Moderator: Katharina Stanzel, Managing Director, Intertanko
0930 – 1010 Intelligent Shipping: just how smart are we?
There is much more to smart shipping than autonomous ships. What are the tangible benefits and efficiencies offered by intelligent shipping technologies in the short term and how are they likely to affect the traditional ways in which ships are managed and operated?
Jörgen Strandberg, General Manager New Technology, Wärtsilä Voyage Solutions
1010 – 1050 The 2020 fuel challenge: are we ready?
With the deadline looming for IMO’s global 0.5% sulphur regime on January 1 2020, the industry has to make up its mind between the alternative options of compliant fuel, scrubber technology and LNG, with massive implications for shipowners, the ports and the fuel supply sectors. This session will consider the alternatives and their consequences, with emphasis on how Dubai and the UAE are responding to the challenge.
Timothy Wilson, Principal Marine Consultant Engineer, FOBAS, Lloyd's Register
1050 – 1110 Coffee Break
1110 – 1150 Security from cyber-attack: how safe are we?
Cyber security is a moving target. What does experience show about the level of risk and the nature of the threat? What systems are available to protect and respond?
Jason Stefanatos, Senior Research Engineer, DNV GL
1150 – 1230 Building an innovation cluster: how well informed are we?
Maritime education, research and development are key ingredients for success as a global maritime hub. Using examples from other regions, and matching them to local circumstances, what are the next steps towards the development of Dubai and the UAE as a centre of excellence, with a high skilled and well-motivated maritime workforce?
Lars Lippuner, Head of Commercial Operations, Warsash School of Maritime Science and Engineering, Solent University
1230 – 1320 Interactive Round Table Discussion
An opportunity for further discussion between the four expert speakers and Q&A from the floor.
1320 – 1330 Closing remarks
Nawfal Al Jourani, Director, Dubai Maritime Cluster Office
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- What is the long-term vision of the largest yard in the Middle East?
- What are key benefits and opportunities for suppliers, ship operators and shipowners?
- What support can IMI provide to companies wishing to setup in Saudi Arabia?
In this Q&A breakfast meeting, delegates will get an exclusive opportunity to ask questions directly to a panel of executive directors from IMI.
Fathi K. Al Saleem, Chief Executive Officer, International Maritime Industries
Emad Al Humam, Chief Financial Officer, International Maritime Industries
Yi Seong Kang, Chief Operating Officer – Zones B & C (New Build Ships & OSV’s), International Maritime Industries
George Gourlay, Chief Operating Officer – Zones A & D (MRO & New Build Rigs), International Maritime Industries
Bob Jaques, Editor, Seatrade Maritime Review
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Achieve the full benefits of ECDIS with our free technical seminar.
To fully realise the potential of ECDIS a ship manager has to be constantly aware of advances in technology that will enhance safety and bring performance benefits. This will involve:
- Cyber security – risk assessments, insurance and crew training
- Connected ECDIS – back of bridge developments, S-mode, HD ENCs
- Maritime connectivity - how developments in satellite communications are enabling the transfer of Big Data
- Software and hardware maintenance - predictive equipment maintenance, IHO updates and regulatory compliance
REGISTER HERE for a fully interactive seminar. If you need guidance on any of the above topics and more, join your peers for this opportunity to share knowledge, concerns and industry insight with experts from the UK Hydrographic Office. Lunch will be served after the seminar.
- Are owners liable for charterers not paying bunkers suppliers?
- Can the vessel be arrested for charterers' liability to third parties?
- What do actions in rem mean? What is the position in the Middle East?
- Can owners detain the cargo for non-payment of hire or freight? What is a lien?
- Are ship agents liable with their principals towards pollution / detention charges?
- Is a booking agent or freight forwarder liable for cargo damage?
We will provide an oversight of the current risks faced by shipowners, their crews, ports and the maritime supply chain and outline the risk management steps required to mitigate these issues with insights to help your colleagues, management, board and shareholders to go forward as one.
You will leave recognising the benefits of sharing the reporting of maritime criminality and through collaborating garner a better and real time understanding of the issues we collectively face with the outcome of overall improving our ability to protect against maritime criminal activity in all its forms.
SmartCon is the new generation of contract editing tools developed using the latest technology from Microsoft. It is using Word versions of our contracts to provide a seamless integration with the workflows of shipping professionals.
The effective decommissioning of aging offshore platforms, subsea wells, and related assets is one of the most important technical and business challenges facing the oil and gas industry today and in the future. More than 600 decommissioning projects are expected to be disposed of during the next five years worldwide. Decommissioning project opportunities exist in the Middle East, Caspian, Angola, Nigeria, North Sea and GOM.
Increasingly stringent decommissioning regulations are coming into force from governing authorities at the same time as the inventory of structures nearing end-of-life status is getting larger and more complex to decommission.
Decommissioning activities in deeper water and harsh environments, involving complex structures comprising hundreds of wells and miles of risers tied back to large platforms, present enormous challenges when planning the removal of these assets.
In a world of headlines dominated by autonomy, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, “people” can be easily forgotten. This session discusses the importance of the human element in maritime safety, security and environmental protection.
The IMO has agreed to cut shipping’s total GHG emissions by 50% by 2050 and pursue efforts to phase out these emissions altogether. While some industry bodies praised the strategy, others criticized it for not being ambitious or direct enough in outlining decarbonization measures.
Merchant shipping as the most efficient and cost-effective method of international transportation is essential for future sustainable economic growth. With the IMO going into a ‘green’ overdrive to regulate merchant shipping, the panel will deliberate whether shipping can continue to provide a dependable, low-cost means of transporting goods globally, facilitating commerce and helping to create prosperity among nations and peoples.