Name: China Green Ship Technology Conference 2011
Date: 20-22, July 2011
Location: Jinjiang Hotel, Shanghai, China
Add:9F, Ciros Plaza, No.388 West Nanjing Road, Shanghai 200003
While there is a distinct air of optimism that the future of shipping can be sustainable, there is also an acceptance that a series of hurdles must first be overcome in order to meet the increasingly strict environmental goals.
International regulations are becoming more and more stringent, in particular for all types of ships emissions. New technologies are under continuous development to assist with the problems of air emissions, fuel management, alternative fuel sources, ballast water management, and ship recycling. The drive for competitiveness, accompanied by concern for the environment, will continue to push forward technological innovation in shipping and shipbuilding industry.
China Green Ship Technology Conference 2011, taking place in Shanghai, is a must-attend event to hear about these new technologies and discuss the potential for sustainable ship operations, from design and build through to recycling. Participants can exchange ideas and experiences and keep up-to-date on technical and regulatory developments.
Name: Ship Finance in the Asian Markets 2011
Date: 29-30 June 2011
Location: Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore
Organizer: Euromoney Seminars Ltd.
Contact: Carmen Siu
Tel: +852 2842-6912
The shipping industry is a well established indicator of global trade, which has suffered major instability in recent years. Combine this volatility with the inherent cyclical nature of the sector and it becomes clear that the future of the shipping finance market will be as challenging as it will be exciting.
Euromoney Seminars’ Ship Finance in the Asian Markets 2011 will provide a platform for discussion and debate on the key challenges facing the industry, with a focus on alternative and traditional sources of finance, alongside the latest forecasts and regulatory changes for the container, dry bulk, off shore and cargo markets in Asia. This is a first class event for those in the shipping sector - financing, operating, broking, and leasing - to join the discussion and network with peers from around the region.
The latest and professional analysis and forecast on the offshore service vessel around the global market
Evaluating the new design requirement and capability for offshore service vessel developing
Sharing the latest experience of OSV construction from the world leading shipbuilder
Discussing about key technologies of the vessel equipments and Case study for the operation.
2011 Asia OSV conference, china’s largest offshore vessel summit will be held on May 17-18, 2011.Two day’s program will focus the offshore vessel future market, the New vessel design requirement and the latest vessel innovations.
The Asia OSV conference will attract expectedly 150+ senior executives like like Presidents, Managing Directors, and Directors of New building Dept, Directors of Technical Dept, Chief Engineer, and Chief Analysts or Economists from Shipyards, Ship-owners, Ship Management Companies, and Classification Society at home and abroad.
Name: 3rd Annual World Shipbuilding Congress. China 2011
Location: Double Tree Hotel by Hilton, Beijing China
No. 168 Guang An Men Wai Street, Xuanwu District, Beijing
Theme: In-depth Insight into Shipbuilding New Standards, New Projects and New Policy
Green Shipbuilding Technology with New Standards
Diversified Development：Ship Owners’ New Buildings & Shipyards’ Shipbuilding Projects
Date: 16-17th June 2011
Tel: +86 010-63381888
Name: Asia Green Shipping Summit 2011
Titel: FPSO Aisa Congress 2011
Dates: May 17-18 2011
Location: Beijing, China
Outlook for Global Deepwater Oil Fields and Market Opportunities for FPSOs
Innovation in FPSO Design
Latest Developments of FPSO Construction
FPSO Topside Design and Fabrication
FPSO Operation in Harsh Environment
Impacts of the Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill on FPSO design, fabrication and operation
FLNG Design and Market Prospect
Offshore engineering equipment will become one of the major industries that will receive considerable support from the government during the 12th Five-Year Plan period. According to sources from China National Offshore Oils Corporation, the Chinese government will invest more than RMB 250 billion in the offshore engineering equipment industry in the next 5 years. As a key floating production facility of deepwater oil and gas development, investment in FPSO is expected to reach 23 billion US dollars in 2013 and the need for FPSO is to expand due to deepwater oilfield development in the following years.
After the success of previous two ship building events, JFPS will hold Asia FPSO Congress 2011 during May 17-18, 2011 in Beijing. A unique gathering of oil companies, FPSO owners & operators, designers, contractors, and ship yards will bring you all the key players under one roof in a 2-day period. Hot issues regarding to market opportunities of FPSOs, world leading design concepts, advanced construction technologies and FPSO operation will be discussed and elaborated by some experts during the congress.