28 - 30 January, 2020 | Postillion Convention Centre, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Strategic Focus Day

Main Agenda

8:15 am - 9:00 am WELCOME BREAKFAST AND WORKSHOP REGISTRATION

9:00 am - 9:15 am CHAIR'S OPENING REMARKS

Now the sulphur problem has left the maritime room, it is faced with the carbon reduction target –
what are the options considering ships being built now will be trading then?
• What are fuels and energy source choices
• Examining different propulsion systems
• Operations optimisation
Sjaak Klap, Principal Environmental Advisor at SGMF

Sjaak Klap

Principal Environmental Advisor
SGMF

Xavier Pfeuty, LNG Bunkering General Manager at Total Marine Fuel Global Solutions

Xavier Pfeuty

LNG Bunkering General Manager
Total Marine Fuel Global Solutions

Giorgos Plevrakis, Director - Global Sustainability at ABS

Giorgos Plevrakis

Director - Global Sustainability
ABS

Jonathan Gaylor, Small Scale LNG Broker at Affinity Shipping

Jonathan Gaylor

Small Scale LNG Broker
Affinity Shipping

Tom Strang, Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs at Carnival Corporation & plc

Tom Strang

Senior Vice President, Maritime Affairs
Carnival Corporation & plc

Claudia Beumer, Sales & Marketing Manager at Wartsila

Claudia Beumer

Sales & Marketing Manager
Wartsila

10:45 am - 11:00 am MORNING COFFEE BREAK

11:00 am - 11:30 am HOW COLLABORATION CAN DRIVE THE DECARBONISATION OF SHIPPING – THE CASE OF THE POSEIDON PRINCIPLES AND THE GETTING TO ZERO COALITION

Join this exclusive session as we take a closer look at the Poseidon Principles, an association which provides a framework
for integrating climate considerations in to lending decisions to promote internal shipping’s decarbonisation efforts.
Kasper Sogaard, Head of Research at Global Maritime Forum

Kasper Sogaard

Head of Research
Global Maritime Forum

11:30 am - 12:00 pm THE ROLE OF LNG IN THE MIX TOWARD 2050 IMO OBJECTIVE

• Drawing a picture of the French situation highlighting strengths and weaknesses and the work in progress
• In the frame of the GHG IMO target, build a path toward 2050 demonstrating the major role of LNG in reaching both
the intermediate and final targets. LNG is not a transition fuel but part of the long term mix of fuels
• Even though not mandatory, main and auxiliary engines running with oil derived fuels have to be stopped during
calls to remove huge pollution sources. Aside grid connection, LNG fueled generators offer clean, flexible and
competitive proven solution. Shipping may be proactive by anticipating regulation providing they find reliable and
economic electricity with no change in operations
Alain Giacosa, Director at Platforme GNL

Alain Giacosa

Director
Platforme GNL

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm WELCOME GALA LUNCH

1:00 pm - 1:15 pm HABONIM VALVES & ACTUATORS: 70 YEARS IN THE VALVE MARKET AND A MARKET LEADER IN SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE CRYOGENICS, MARINE AND AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS

• Unique bidirectional floating cryogenic valves - 3 piece and flanged
• Top entry trunnion double piston cryogenic valve - standard or with hub top for inexpensive insulation
• Special cryogenic configurations: multiport, DBB, diverters
• High-pressure cryogenics up to Class 3500
Jacky Vinocour, Europe & Latin America Sales Manager at Habonim Industrial Valves & Actuators

Jacky Vinocour

Europe & Latin America Sales Manager
Habonim Industrial Valves & Actuators

1:15 pm - 1:45 pm ACCELERATING THE USE OF LNG AS A MARINE FUEL: GLOBAL OUTLOOK

• A detailed market assessment and how we’re positioning for the future
• Key industry achievements and how these may continue to set the tone for LNG Bunkering
• A closer look at the technical and commercial sides of LNG Bunkering
Xavier Pfeuty, LNG Bunkering General Manager at Total Marine Fuel Global Solutions

Xavier Pfeuty

LNG Bunkering General Manager
Total Marine Fuel Global Solutions

1:45 pm - 2:30 pm AFTERNOON BREAK

2:30 pm - 3:00 pm DELIVERING MARINE LNG: COMMERCIAL AND OPERATIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS

• Back to basics: Marine LNG is technically mature and commercially competitive
• Continuous extension of Ship-to-Ship marine LNG availability over 2019
• Continuous optimisation of bunker processes improve attractiveness (i.e. through Simops)
• The future is bright: IMO2020 and the expansion of LNG infrastructure in the near term will further drive the marine
LNG attractiveness
Gregoire Hartig, Senior Business Development Manager (Small Scale LNG) at Nauticor

Gregoire Hartig

Senior Business Development Manager (Small Scale LNG)
Nauticor

2:45 pm - 3:15 pm FLEXIBLE LNG BUNKERING

• How to develop a flexible LNG bunkering setup
• Avoid overinvesting in a premature market
• Understand how to increase bunkering flow and transferred volume using tank trucks
Frej Olsen, Head of Group LNG at Kosan Crisplant

Frej Olsen

Head of Group LNG
Kosan Crisplant

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm THE FIRST SIMOPS IN THE PORT OF ROTTERDAM

• How to ensure the safety of a SIMOPS operation
• An explanation of the ‘safety zone’ and its importance
• How to prepare the terminal for operation
Jan Voulon, Superintendent and Marpol Surveyor at Port of Rotterdam

Jan Voulon

Superintendent and Marpol Surveyor
Port of Rotterdam

3:30 pm - 3:50 pm KLAW LNG EXCITING UPDATE

LNG Bunkering: An interactive discussion on rules and regulations from all aspects, demonstrating
a safe value chain and checks. With time set aside for audience participation, seize your chance
to ask the esteemed panel, the questions that matter most!
Michael Schaap, Commercial Director - Marine at TitanLNG

Michael Schaap

Commercial Director - Marine
TitanLNG

Lars Hoglund, CEO at Furetank

Lars Hoglund

CEO
Furetank

Gerben Dijkstra, Business Development Manager at Anthony Veder

Gerben Dijkstra

Business Development Manager
Anthony Veder

Stefaan Adriaens, Commercial Manager at Gate Terminal B.V.

Stefaan Adriaens

Commercial Manager
Gate Terminal B.V.

Louise Andersson, Head of Cryo at MAN Energy Solutions

Louise Andersson

Head of Cryo
MAN Energy Solutions

5:20 pm - 5:50 pm END OF STRATEGIC FOCUS DAY AND NETWORKING DRINKS

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm THE EXCLUSIVE LNG BUNKERING CANAL BOAT CRUISE