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Detailed Agenda

For the world shipping industry, 2011 is not a peaceful year, since in this year another global economic downturn triggered by American and European debt crisis sent one more shock wave through the industry. Meanwhile, low carbon practice and environmental protection are becoming increasingly important in the global economic environment, and the International Maritime Organization (IMO), EU and a number of countries have introduced or are planning to introduce several low-carbon and eco-friendly international conventions, standards, and regulations on international shipping. This will inevitably bring more challenges and opportunities to ship-owners / shipping companies, and shipyards worldwide. How to correctly interpret these standards and regulations, what are the implementation details in different countries, how to understand and grasp the latest application and development trends of low-carbon, eco-friendly, and energy-saving ship technologies? All these issues have become the focus of concern for ship-owners / shipping companies and shipyards.

More than 200 experts and decision makers from governments, ship-owners / shipping companies, shipyards, research institutions, technology/equipment suppliers and consulting companies will, through the international platform of Green Shiptech China Congress 2012, hold in-depth discussion and communication on current issues of public concern, puzzling questions, and common problems.


• IMO 
• Shipowners/Shipping companies
• Shipyards
• Classification Societies


WHO should attend
CEOs, Presidents, VPs, General Managers, Directors, Chief Engineers, Senior Managers, Marine Architects , Marine Engineers from
• Shipowners
• Shipping companies
• Shipyards 
• Designers  
• Marinetime Research Institute  
• Classification Societies 
• Vendors
• Ports / harbour authorities
• Solution Providers
• Law Firms


•EEDI framework and calculation method for new ship models

•Evaluate the impact of Harmonized Common Structural Rules (HCSR) by International Association of Classification Societies (IACS)

•Trends in green ship design and operation

•Understand the background and progress of the latest US ballast water discharge standard

•Guide the development trend of the next generation of green engine with leading technologies

•Analyzing of key technologies in world leading Ballast Water Treatment System

•Operation risks of ship-owners and their needs on Maintainance & recycling




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