September 24, 2021

Maritime Air Pollution: Bore’s LNG-fuelled RoLo vessels | webinar

LNG propulsion. Ice-strengthened design. Cargo flexibility.

Finnish Bore’s three 7,000 dwt RoLo ships have set new benchmarks in operation. The detailed specification incorporates ice class, LNG propulsion, high fuel-efficiency and strong structural reinforcements to manage heavy cargo transport. The RoLo vessels all will operate under long-term charter agreements in north-western European waters.

Joins us as we discuss:

  • Optimisation of ship design and hull
  • Advantages of hybrid RoLo design
  • Cargo loading and handling systems
  • Propulsion technology: DF engines, gearbox with PTO, CP propellers
  • Environmental performance

Panellists include:

Jörgen Mansnerus, VP, Marine Management, Bore

October 12 -14, 2021

LNGgc 2021 | Hilton Tower Bridge, London

The only global LNG event in the UK: Network with the decision makers and dive into the granular details of trading, economics, infrastructure, emerging markets and the increasing impact of decarbonisation. Join in person or online.

We are joining the following sessions:

  • Big Debate: Energy transition and LNG as a transition fuel to other alternative fuels

    , 14:40
  • Deep dive: New developments and big advantages of capturing of CO2 on LNG-driven vessels – LNG-SBCC

    , 17:25
  • PANEL: Changing hydrocarbon markets and LNG’s place in decarbonisation

    , 17:35

October 13, 2021

Maritime Air Pollution Conference

Riviera’s two-day Maritime Air Pollution Conference Europe returns Tuesday 12 October – Wednesday 13 October as a live event. Professionals from across the maritime world will convene to discuss the business, operational and technical issues guiding a rapidly decarbonising maritime industry.

We are joining the following session on the topic of Carbon Capture:

SESSION 7: AN OPEN MIND ON THE GAME-CHANGERS PART II – ATOMIC, WIND, ’POWER-TO-X’ AND CARBON CAPTURE

Atomic, wind, Power-to-X and carbon capture have long been seen as game-changing approaches that were several years away. Until now.

14:15 Atomic: forget what you think you knew about nuclear. It is a commercially attractive, safe and reliable means of running merchant vessels with zero emissions
Mikal Bøe, CEO, CORE POWER

14:45 Wind power: why we have entered the decade of wind power
Senior Representative, Yara Marine Technologies

15:15 Power-to-X: why synthetic fuels are likely to become the gold standard in shipping

15:45 Carbon capture: companies are piloting studies into capturing carbon dioxide onboard ships while at sea. Pilot projects are examining the potential for exhaust gas abatement systems to capture carbon at the point of exhaust

Sigurd Jenssen, Director EGC, Wärtsilä

16:15 Q&A

November 1, 2021

Maritime Awards Gala | Rotterdam

On Monday, November 1, the Maritime Awards Gala takes place again. The evening on which we celebrate the greatest innovations of the maritime Netherlands. Because it is our innovative strength that gives the Netherlands not only a unique place in the maritime world, but has also helped us to weather heavy storms time and again.

November 2 – 4, 2021

Propulsion & Future Fuels Conference | Hamburg, Germany

The Motorship’s Propulsion & Future Fuels Conference 2021 will take place from 2-4 November in Hamburg, Germany and will cover a range of topics with emphasis on the next steps to 2030 and 2050; and an in-depth analysis of ship operators’ future fuel considerations with sessions featuring expert presentations from a selection of fuel and equipment manufacturers, policy makers, safety experts, shipowners, and class societies.

May 17th – 19th, 2022

Breakbulk Europe | Rotterdam, the Netherlands

Breakbulk Europe is the world’s largest event for the project cargo and breakbulk industry. From the top industrial manufacturers, EPCs and project owners to all modes of transporters and related service providers. See you there?