Chief Executive of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), Mr. Andrew Tan delivered a keynote speech at the "Sailing for More" International Maritime Conference held in conjunction with China Maritime Day at Ningbo, China on July 10, 2015, MPA said in its press release.
In his speech, Mr. Tan said that China's 21st Century Maritime Silk Road could help foster greater regional integration based on the principles of openness and inclusiveness, mutual cooperation and benefit, complementarity with existing regional architectures and leveraging on advances in new technology, ideas and best practices. Mr. Tan added that Singapore and China enjoy close cooperation and ports like Ningbo and Singapore could play important roles in the development of the new Maritime Silk Road.
The China Maritime Day was held from July 9 to July 11, 2015. Mr Tan also visited the Port of Ningbo, now the world's 4th largest port by container volume after Shenzhen, Singapore and Shanghai.
Scrubber Summit Conference 2015 will be held at Suntec Singapore, Suntec City on July 29, 2015.
When reviewing the Exhaust Gas Cleaning System investment, vessel route, the amount of time spent in an ECA region and long term HFO – MGO differentials are just some of the issues ship owners are grappling with.
The drop in oil prices though has shifted the market economics of investments in Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems. Long touted as a viable option for complying with low sulphur regulations, the industry is now actively evaluating HFO – Scrubber economics, and taking decisions to embraced scrubber technology.
The Scrubber Summit is a platform to raise questions and get commercial and technical solutions from technology experts and ship owners.
The 7th Bunkering in Asia 2015 Conference will be held at Suntec Singapore, Suntec City, Singapore during July 29, 2015 to July 31, 2015.
If Quality and Compliance challenges were not enough, oil prices have provided a further twist to industry dynamics. Further, recent developments have yet again resulted in a review of credit and counter party risk management within the value chain.
Part of The Bunkering Week, the 7th Bunkering in Asia is back in Singapore to provide networking, expert viewpoints, and commercial opinions that matter.
The 3rd Annual LNG Bunkerin 2015 Conference will be held at Suntec Singapore, Suntec City during July 29 to July 31 this year.
The conference aims to profile latest developments and opportunities in key trade routes globally, and particularly in Singapore.
Join your industry partners as they crack the 'chicken and egg' dilemma while focusing on first-mover benefits, infrastructure, supply and pricing that makes switching to LNG a viable option.
The 3rd LNG Bunkering Summit is part of a suite of events in The Bunkering Week, which incorporates 3 co located conferences and will attract over 200 top decision makers. LNG Suppliers, Traders, Ship Owners and builders will convene to address commercial, regulatory, supply-demand, price and global market issues.
Maritime Manpower Singapore Conference 2015 will be held at Raffles City Convention Center from 9 a.m to 6 p.m. on July 16, 2015.
Maritime Manpower Singapore is a platform for the industry's elite to discuss maritime issues and an opportunity to network with participants around the world.
Electric & Hybrid Marine World Expo, to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from June 23 to June 25, 2015, is dedicated solely to showcasing the very latest and next-generation electric and hybrid marine propulsion technologies, components and solutions.
Seawork International 2015 will be held June 16 to June 18 at ABP Port of Southampton, UK.
Seawork International is the largest and fastest growing international commercial marine and workboat exhibition and conference held in a European working port environment.
Attracting more than 7,350 high calibre visitors from over 70 countries across the globe, Seawork is where buyers, sellers, innovators and legislators come together for three invaluable days every year, at one incomparable location - the Port of Southampton, UK.
The 28th Annual Marine Money Week will be held at The Pierre Hotel, New York City during June 16 to June 18 this year.
Marine Money Week is the world's largest gathering of the international ship financing community. More than 1,300 leading ship owners, private and public equity investors, commercial and investment bankers and other transaction participants come together in New York each June.
Asia's first commercially focused tax briefing will be held June 15 and June 16 this year at Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore.
The briefing will confront the complexities, bring case studies, review how other corporations are approaching the challenges, and offer insight into recent court rulings that can impact your company.
The two-day briefing will provide updates, strategies and solutions for strategic as well as day-to-day tax challenges.
The registration for Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2015, that will be held in Amsterdam on Oct.13 and Oct.14 is now open. The event is expected to attract over 13,500 offshore professionals and more than 650 exhibitors.
Next to the exhibition that covers 4 massive halls at Amsterdam RAI more than 80 speakers representing some of the biggest players in the offshore energy industry will speak at the conference.
This year's theme: Investing in the future of energy, has all the ingredients to be one of the leading international conferences covering all facets of the offshore energy industry.
A mix of leaders from the business, buyers, investors, engineers and other interested parties within the offshore energy sector will get the opportunity to meet each other in four large halls of the Amsterdam RAI, totaling an area of approximately 23,000 square meters.
One of the new and very current themes during Offshore Energy 2015 is Technical Data Management. In this session, lead by Michael Nord from Shell, a discussion will be held on the effects of poor data quality and how improving data management can translate to reduced costs and better informed business decisions in the offshore oil and gas industry.
The event will host HPHT drilling for the first time. In a technical session, the developments in high-pressure, high temperature drilling operations will be discussed. Operators are investing in this challenging new game which is generally seen as offering new potential.
Because new and alternative energy sources could still lead to great corporate opportunities, they will again be explored in this year's program. A specific focus will be put on the developments of marine energy and the extensive possibilities to produce substantial amounts of renewable energy.
The program will be completed by interesting subjects as well intervention vessels best practices and new vessel designs, the role of technological innovation in new business models as part of cost reductions and export control in oil & gas. Moreover, decommissioning and subsea processing are back on the agenda.
Next to the Technical Sessions OEEC offers three special Keynotes where panels from the industry discuss human resources challenges, oil and gas financials and the industry as a whole. These Keynotes are free to attend.