Agenda
May 4th 2011
18:30 Opening Reception
May 5th 2011
08:30 Opening Networking Breakfast
09:30
Welcome
Cara Bainton, Event Manager, Petromedia
09:35
Opening Remarks
Robert H. Thornton, Marine Technical Director, World Fuel Services Corporation
09:45
Where are the opportunities?
Robin Meech, Managing Director, Marine & Energy Consulting
10:15 Coffee & Networking Break
Session 1: Supply, demand & regulation challenges
10:45
Bunkering Practices within the regulatory framework
Bill Stamatopoulos, Regional Manager, DNVPS

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11:05
A Refinery view of regulation changes
Eddy Van Bouwel, International Petroleum Industry Environment Conservation Association (IPIECA)

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11:25
The new ISO 8217: 2010. A revisit after a few months of application
Michael Sterghiou, Managing Director, Inspectorate Hellas SA

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11:45
The challenges of Low Sulphur - A cruise line perspective
Kosta Somoza, Fuel Commodity Manager, RCCL

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12:05 Q&A
12:15 Networking Lunch
Session 2: Port opportunities and challenges
13:30
Is the Bunker Industry ready to meet the demands of the future?
Peter Hall, Chief Executive and Captain of the Port, Gibraltar Port Authority

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13:50
Opportunities at the Port Tanger-Med
Jean Jose Metey, Director, Aegean Marine Petroleum

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14:10
Economic incentives to sustainable technology
Sara Skold, Department of Sustainability, Port of Gothenburg

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14:30 Q&A
14:40 Coffee & Networking Break
Session 3: Developments within the Mediterranean & Black Sea
15:10
Bunkering in the straits
Ramon Pascual Y Alos, Managing Director, CEPSA

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15:30
Turkish market and realities
Mustafa Muhtaroglu, Energy Petrol

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15:50
From National to International
Alexey Medvedev, Head of International bunkering department, Gazpromneft Marine Bunker Ltd

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16:10
Meeting the physical challenges of a market in transition
Lars Henrik Hejlesen, Sales Development Manager, O.W Bunker

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16:30 Q&A
18:15 Gala Dinner
May 6th 2011
09:00 Networking Breakfast
Session 4: LNG - Shipping's new fuel?
09:30
LNG - A clean and cost effective fuel
Aksel Skjervheim, Head of Fuel Markets, Gasnor AS

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09:50
Creating a supply chain
George Teriakidis, Business Development Manager, East Mediterranean, Black & Caspian Sea, DNV
10:10
The application of LNG as a fuel for medium and high speed ferries
James Bennett, Technical Director, Austal Ships

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10:30 Q&A
10:45 Coffee & Networking Break
11:15 Session 5: ECA Panel Discussion - Why isn't the Mediterranean an ECA?
If an ECA were introduced, would the region's bunker players be supplying a market where ships were compelled to burn distillates? Is it justified economically and technically that the Mediterranean should not being given ECA status? Is there an equal desire between the 25 countries boarding the Mediterranean for the status? Does insufficient political cohesion, lack of suitable product and unmanageable enforcement delay or halt discussions?

Panelists
John Aitken, Secretary General, SEAat
Rob Ashdown, Director, European Cruise Council
Peter Hall, Chief Executive and Captain of the Port, Gibraltar Port Authority
Robin Meech, Consultant, Marine & Energy Consulting

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12:30 Lunch
Session 6: Are integrated solutions now a requirement?
13:45
Legislative challenges and integrated solutions
Sowmi Krishnamurthy, General Manager, Europe/Middle East/Africa of Marine Fuels, Exxonmobil
14:05
Is scrubber technology the answer?
Lars Munch Antonsen, Manager, Global Marketing and CRM, Aalborg Industries

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14:25
Are lubricants an aid to meeting requirements?
Patrick Havil, Marketing and Analysis Department Manager, Total Lubmarine

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14:45
Fuel Management on board - The challenge
Naeem Javaid, Lloyd's Register EMEA

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15:05 Q&A
15:15 Chairman's Closing Remarks
15:30 End of Conference