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4 ALBERT EMBANKMENT

LONDRES SE1 7SR

Teléfono: +44(0)20 7735 7611 Facsímil: +44(0)20 7587 3210







Circular nº 3568




15 julio 2015




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Todos los Miembros de la OMI

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Asunto:

FutureReady Shipping 2015: Conferencia internacional conjunta OMISingapur sobre transferencia de tecnología marítima y creación de capacidad, Singapur, 28 y 29 de septiembre de 2015

1 La Secretaría ha recibido una comunicación enviada por la Autoridad marítima y portuaria de Singapur (NPA) en relación con la antedicha conferencia, solicitándonos que distribuyamos la información pertinente a todos los Miembros de la OMI y a otras partes interesadas.


2 Se adjunta en el anexo (en inglés solamente) la información remitida por Singapur sobre FutureReady Shipping 2015: Conferencia internacional conjunta OMISingapur sobre transferencia de tecnología marítima y creación de capacidad, Singapur (28 y 29 de septiembre de 2015). Por primera vez, en la Conferencia, se reunirán líderes en la esfera marítima para examinar cómo proceder a fin de fomentar la adopción de tecnologías para mejorar la eficiencia energética de los buques. Singapur espera contar con la presencia de todos los Miembros de la OMI y partes interesadas y les anime a que participen en los debates.
Inscripción
3 Se invita a los Estados Miembros de la OMI y a las partes interesadas que quieran participar en el evento a que se inscriban en línea en

http://future-readyshipping.com/registration
Contacto
4 Todas las preguntas deberían dirigirse a:
Secretaría de la conferencia

Por teléfono: +65 6570 5634 o

Por correo electrónico: info@future-readyshipping.com
5 Se puede consultar información adicional en el siguiente sitio en la Red:

http://future-readyshipping.com/.

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ANNEX
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AND INFORMATION FLYER

Future-Ready Shipping 2015
A Joint IMO-Singapore International Conference on Maritime Technology Transfer

and Capacity-Building



28 September 2015

Hilton Hotel, Singapore
0830-0930 Registration (Morning tea reception)





Conference Programme

0930-0940

Welcome Remarks
By Mr Andrew Tan, Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

0940-1000

Keynote Speech
By Mr Koji Sekimizu, Secretary-General, International Maritime Organization

1000-1010

Session 1: Enabling Technology Transfer
This session sets the scene by asking the fundamental questions:
What is technology transfer? Is it simply giving direct technical assistance and know-how? Or can it be a more dynamic cooperation for joint innovation? What is the promise (or problem) behind technology transfer? How can we make legal or policy progress in the area of shipping? The session introduces participants to the hot topics of technology transfer.
Introduction of session and speakers by


  • Moderator TBC

1010-1025

Presentation by


1025-1040

Presentation by


1040-1055

Presentation by


  • Mr Liang Yuan, Principal Officer, Division of Dangerous Cargos Management and Pollution Prevention, Zhejiang Maritime
    Safety Administration

1055-1110

Presentation by


  • Maritime Administration (TBC)

1110-1150

Panel Discussion

1200-1315

Lunch

1330-1340

Session 2: Technologies in Action
This session explores the current state of ship energy-efficiency measures, technologies and alternative energy sources. What are the latest environmentally sustainable technologies available? Which initiatives are leading the way in testing and implementing new technologies? The session looks at the current and potential role of private and public research and development.
Introduction of session and speakers by


1340-1355

Presentation by


  • Mr Oh Joo-won, Chairman of IACS Machinery Panel, and Managing Director, Korean Register

1355-1410

Presentation by


1410-1425

Presentation by


  • Mr Derek Novak, President and Chief Operating Officer, ABS Pacific Division

1425-1440

Presentation by


  • Dr Mathew Maynard, Adjunct Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University

1440-1525

Panel Discussion and Q&A with the audience

1630-1830

Networking Cocktail Reception


29 September 2015

Hilton Hotel, Singapore
0830-0930 Registration





Conference Programme

0930-0940

Session 3: Perspectives on Green Ship Technology Trends
This session deals with market interests and trends that will shape technology deployment in recipient countries. Who is funding innovative maritime technologies? Will energy-efficient ships be in greater chartering demand? What are the key regulatory drivers influencing these trends? The session will provide perspectives from various stakeholders, including regulators, venture-capital firms and clean technology developers.
Introduction of session and speakers by


  • Dr Sanjay C Kuttan, Country Manager and Managing Director,
    DNV GL Clean Technology Centre

0940-0955

Presentation by


  • Mr Yasushi Nakamura, Representative Director and Executive Vice President, ClassNK

0955-1010

Presentation by


  • Dr Edmund Hughes, Head, Air Pollution and Energy Efficiency, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization

1010-1025

Presentation by


  • Ms Hassiba Benamara, Economic Affairs Officer, Division on technology and Logistics, United Nations Conference on Trade
    and Development

1025-1110

Panel Discussion and Q&A with the audience

1110-1130

Tea break

1130-1140

Session 4: The Future and How to Create it through Sustained Capacity Building
This session explores potential solutions to meeting countries' needs in capacity-building and technology transfer. What are the future roles of governments, industry, maritime training institutions and multilateral networks for the increased take-up of maritime technologies for sustainable shipping?
Introduction of session and speakers by


  • Moderator TBC

1140-1155

Presentation by


  • Mr Dumisani Theophelus Ntuli, Minister of Maritime Affairs at the South African High Commission in London and Chairman of Ad Hoc Experts Working Group on Technology Transfer (AHEWG-TT)

1155-1210

Presentation by


1210-1225

Presentation by


  • Dr Jose Matheickal, Head, ITCP Implementation and Major Projects, Marine Environment Division, International Maritime Organization

1225-1300

Panel Discussion and Q&A with the audience

1300-1415

Lunch

1430-1515

Breakout Session: Table Discussion on Session 4
Participants would be invited to discuss with their table members possibilities for a greater take-up of energy-efficient and low-carbon maritime technologies. The discussions would be based on the sharing in Session 4.
Speakers are encouraged to mingle in the crowd and listen in on these discussions.

1515-1545

Breakout Groups' Sharing

1545-1630

Summary and Closing Remarks

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