Over the two days, the event provided an in-depth look into fleet and fuel performance through case studies, interactive sessions and panel discussions led by other leading industry experts. This event focused specifically on how to increase overall efficiency and performance by minimizing the fleet’s energy and fuel demands.
The discussions this year addressed the most important challenges in vessel efficiency, such as How Improved Vessel Cleaning Can Lead to Better Performance; Assessing the Imminent Implementing of IMO 2020; Developments in Fuel Management Strategies; En-Route Performance Monitoring; Showcasing Developments in On-Board Digital Fleet Improvements; Insights into Ongoing Research in Vessel and Fuel Efficiency.
• IMO 2020 on the Horizon & Other Important Regulation Changes
• How Improved Cleaning Methods Can Lead to Better Performance
• Evaluating Developments in Fuel Management
• Effective Pre-Voyage Projections to Optimise Vessel Efficiency
• En-Route Monitoring and Implementing Reactionary On-board Changes
• Enhancing Digital Improvements in Fleet Performance
• Latest Advances in Vessel Power
• Insights into Ongoing Research in Vessel and Fuel Efficiency
The conference brought together various key industry stake-holders specific to Vessel Efficiency and Fuel Management including: Ship Management Companies,, Ship Owners and Operators, Maritime Service Providers, Financial stakeholders: venture capital firms, investment banks, private equity firms, International Maritime Associations, Technology providers (software developers, shipping hardware etc.), Research centres and institutes, Universities, and Policy / regulation / environmental institutions and bodies.