Programme Offshore Dialogue 2018

Pushing the limits – new maritime technologies for future needs

6 September 2018

East Entrance, Room Marseille, Hall B3 Upper Floor
Status: August 2018, subject to alterations


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GMT - German Association for Marine Technology
06.09.2018
09:30 - 11:30
East Entrance, Room Marseille, Hall B3, Upper Floor - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Panel I - The unknown oceans

Panel I - The unknown oceans – exploration for the balance between use and conservation

09:30 - 09:45
Welcome

09:45 - 10:30
"Polar research - a ship designer's perspective"
Einar Vegsund, VP Design & Hydro, Rolls-Royce Marine, Norway

"Challenging environmental aspects of responsible manganese nodules mining"
Prof Dr Andrea Koschinsky , Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

"Component tests for responsible manganese nodules mining – aspects and results"
Joury Van Gijseghem, General Manager, DEME Blue Energy, Belgium

"Deep-sea mining of massive sulfides – a completely new technical approach"
Heiko Felderhoff, Harren+Partner Shipping, Germany

10:30 - 11:00 Panel discussion



11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break


Moderation: Dr. Walter Kuehnlein, Chairman, German Association for Marine Technology, Germany
11:30 - 13:00
East Entrance, Room Marseille, Hall B3, Upper Floor - Offshore Dialogue

Offshore Dialogue: Panel II - Heading north

Panel II - Heading north – technologies for a responsible development of the Arctic

11:30-12:20
"Arctic Opportunities: Enablers for responsible arctic growth"
Anu Fredrikson, Director Arctic Eonomic Council (AEC), Norway

"IMO work on the development of the Polar Code"
Sascha Pristrom, Technical Officer Marine Technology
IMO, United Kingdom

"Clean shipping in an arctic environment"
Teus van Beek, General Manager Market Innovation, Wärtsilä, The Netherlands

"Arctic Shipping: some issues and consequent risk"
Robert Tustin, Consultant Ship New Construction, Lloyd’s Register, United Kingdom

"Arctic Shipping in near future – ship types and requirements"
Nils Reimer, Head of Arctic Technology Department, The Hamburg Ship Model Basin (HSVA), Germany


12:20 - 13:00 Panel Discussion and closing remarks


Moderation : Anu Fredrikson, Director Arctic Eonomic Council (AEC), Norway