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Carbon Capture & Storage Day
12/03/2012
Deployment of CCS facilities in the Middle East Comparisons and effectiveness of CO2 capture technologies Case study examples from leading CO2 capture facilities within the power and heavy industry sector CO2 transportation strategies The CO2 storage and CO2-EOR potential in the Middle East The challenges of implementing CCS Storage Case study example of a CO2-EOR Facility from planning to development
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Safety4Sea Energy Efficiency Forum
12/03/2012
This is a non-profit event. The date is ideal after the completion of the MEPC 63, scheduled from 27 FEB to 2 MAR 2012 to sum up status and action due for the ship operators while the clock is ticking till the deadline of 1st of January 2013. Discussion topics include Energy Efficiency IMO legislation, Energy Efficiency Practices, SEEMP etc.
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3rd Maritime Piracy & Security
01/02/2012 - 02/02/2012
The threat of piracy attacks is increasing. Geographically the spread of activity is wider and more unpredictable than ever. Shipping companies must prepare their strategy, and truly understand the political and legal landscape. In the short term, best management practices are crucial; and more and more companies are turning to armed guards. In the long term, an effective and unified international response is necessary if the threat of piracy is ever going to significantly reduce. At our 3rd Maritime Piracy and Security event, discover how you can avoid incidents at sea through better securing of your fleet and crew. Familiarise yourself with the complex political landscape around the Indian Ocean, and the Red Sea, so that you are clear on how this affects your anti- piracy strategy.
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Managing reliability & Maintainability in the Maritime Industry
25/01/2012 - 26/01/2012
From the bulk of Naval Architecture literature, it would be easy to assume that it was purely a design discipline. However many RINA members are employed in ship survey, ship owner and ship repair organisations. As offshore oil, commercial and naval sectors seek lower through life costs, the reliability of ship systems and optimising their maintenance become key elements in the cost equation. When the equation is flawed, the additional risk taken can cause spectacular outcomes.
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6th Optimising Ship Maintenance
24/01/2012 - 26/01/2012
Condition-based monitoring is advertised to reduce shipowners’ operational costs and downtime. However, the uptake of CBM in the maritime industry is still minimal. It is accepted by the industry that effective implementation and usage of the systems will reduce maintenance cost by ensuring that equipment and machineries are only serviced and parts replaced when necessary. ACI’s 6th Optimising Ship Maintenance will follow on from last year’s event by focusing on how shipowners can utilise this CBM systems more effectively. You will hear what the Class and OEMs positions are on CBM and how they are overcoming the challenges in implementing and optimising the systems. Join us to listen to leading ship operators, classification societies, equipment manufacturers and all other stakeholders give you a complete picture of CBM strategy and execution.
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2012 Sustainable Shipping Conference
00/00/2012
The Sustainable Shipping Conference will return to Miami for the seventh year of the annual conference. The leading conference will continue in debating the next big issues within the industry, while focusing on the realities and practicalities of shipping. For more details on speaking, sponsoring or attending the 2012 conference, please email events@sustainableshipping.com or call +44 1753 410940
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The 7th Annual Ballast Water Management Technology Conference
07/12/2011 - 08/12/2011
BWMTech 2011 will deliver cutting-edge guidance on selecting the right treatment system, managing the retrofit installation process and meeting the requirements of the BWM Convention.
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Tanker Safety Conference
17/11/2011 - 18/11/2011
Piracy, vetting, emergency preparedness as well as human factors and training are just a selection of the topics that will fall under the spotlight at Riviera Maritime Media's Tanker Safety Conference, November 17 - 18, London. The event was founded in 2009 and has quickly earned reputation as the place where the tanker industry goes to discuss and set the safety agenda. It has grown year-on-year, and in 2010 drew 144 attendees, including 45 shipowners from 26 difference countries. Its official industry backers include Intertanko, Intermanager, IUMI and ITOPF.
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Human Factors in Ship Design
16/11/2011 - 17/11/2011
The work of naval architects and marine engineers directly influences the operability and safety of the vessel and the wellbeing of the seafarer. Design decisions can influence human behaviour. An improved understanding of ergonomics by engineers can ‘design out’ hazards and prevent pollution incidents. The shortage of seafarers can be mitigated by design for improved habitability and better operation with lean manning.
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The Future of Cruise Shipping
08/11/2011 - 09/11/2011
ACI’s Future of Cruise Shipping will examine the most current needs of the modern cruise customer. This includes analysis of deployment options and passenger care, as well as discovering what latest strategies and services the tour operators are offering. The implications of environmental pressures on ship operations and all regulatory literature will also be considered so that a well-informed overall strategy can be reached. This event will focus on maximising customer care to enhance revenue generation.
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