Ship Efficiency by STG International Conference on Ship Efficiency
Ship Efficiency – Are you ready
to survive in the fuel and emission jungle?

Hamburg, 23-24 September 2019

2017 Programme

During the conference there will be an exhibition in the field of energy saving where leaders of the maritime industry will present innovative products and services.

25th September 2017


Welcome by Hermann J. Klein

President of STG and
Fred Deichmann
Executive Secretary of STG

Ship efficiency in a more and more regulated environment

chaired by Fred Deichmann, The German Society for Maritime Technology, Hamburg/Germany

The Path to Ship Efficiency Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Wolfram Guntermann, Hapag-Lloyd AG, Germany


New environmental Regulation and a broader view on impacts for efficient shipping Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Matthias Wiese, DNV GL SE, Germany


Coffee break


Significance of environmental policy for the transport by sea PDF of powerpoint presentation

Kathrin Brost, DHL Global Forwarding, Germany


VLCV – Challenges for Ports and Hinterland Infrastucture PDF of powerpoint presentation

Gunther Bonz, EUROGATE Container Terminal Hamburg GmbH, Germany




Hybrid approaches for onboard power generation and propulsion drives Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Kay Tigges, Siemens AG, Germany


The road towards autonomous shipping Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Oskar Levander, Rolls-Royce Marine, Finland


Coffee break


Panel discussion

„Unmanned and autonomous ships - between desire and reality“
Recognized experts from the marine industry will give their views

Moderator: Hermann J. Klein, STG, Germany
Anthony J. Firmin, Hapag-Lloyd AG, Hamburg/Germany
Carlos Jahn, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services CML, TUHH, Germany
Oskar Levander, Rolls-Royce Marine, Turku/Finland
Pierre Sames, DNV GL, Germany


Conference dinner
Dinner speech

"German Shipping policy in a challenging international environment"
Achim Wehrmann, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, Germany

26th September 2017

How to save fuel costs on different ship types

chaired by Ramona Zettelmaier, Bureau Veritas S.A., Hamburg/Germany

Fuel Consumption Measurement in IMO and EU Ship Fuel Consumption Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Andreas Maier, KRAL AG, Austria


Energy efficiency improvements for PCTC vessels, present and futureExtended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Martin v. Sydow, Wallenius Marine, Sweden


Operational profile optimization and energy saving device study on a container ship Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Jinbao Wang, MARIC, China


Coffee break


Fleet Performance Program - a must to survive for bulk carrier and container ship owners PDF of powerpoint presentation

Bart Rombouts, CMB Group, Belgium


Fuel efficient tanker design Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

Karsten Hochkirch, DNV GL SE, Germany


Efficient Design and Operation of Cruise Vessels Extended Summary

Sebastian Sala, Carnival Maritime GmbH, Germany


Farewell buffet

Conference language


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