Commercial Marine Network - Get Set For Workboat 2050 - Series 3
Series 3 of Get Set for Workboat 2050 will look at practical applications of decarbonisation and provide examples of businesses and workboat operators who are employing technology, innovation, and design to reduce their carbon footprint.
Learn from our expert panels as we demonstrate the benefits and efficiencies being gained by commercial marine businesses who are leading the way forward on the route to net zero.
Join our panel of experts on Tuesday 13th June 2023, from 09:45 - 11:00 BST for Session 5. This session will be hosted in-person in Conference Room 1 on site at Seawork. Session 5 will focus on Port Infrastructure & Alternative Fuels - Onshore & Offshore fuelling systems – building the fuel mosaic for future bunkering and support infrastructure.
Kerrie Forster, CEO of The Workboat Association, and Andy Page, MD of Chartwell Marine, will be joined by 4 speakers to discuss how the commercial marine and workboat sector are working to find practical solutions to fuelling both onshore and offshore. This session will address new technology systems designed to help support offshore charging - how they are working in operation and the impact for vessel design. This finale to the series will also look at infrastructure support activity at ports and what is needed to meet future bunkering requirements?
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Decarbonisation & OPEX Reduction
The all-new 2023 Seawork Conferences will deliver bitesize in-person sessions to help commercial marine and workboat operators face the challenge of reducing operational expenditure at the same time as meeting the mandatory targets to decarbonise operations.
The conference sessions will help owners and operators learn how their businesses can create cost savings whilst benefitting from the latest developments in alternative fuels, hybrid propulsion, technology, and design.
Taking place on Wednesday 14 June in Conference Room onsite at Seawork, the sessions include:
Session 1 - Alternative fuels – how operators can make the right choice
Session 2 - Driving efficiency with hybrid marine propulsion – the next generation
Session 3 - Smart Onboard Solutions help reduce operator costs
Session 4 - Vessel Design – Optimising construction, in-life, and OPEX costs
The Seawork 2023 free-to-attend ‘Business Briefings’ conference sessions will be held across the three days of Seawork. The conferences cover a variety of topics across the Commercial Marine & Marine Civils sectors and will feature sessions and presentations from our Supporting Associations.
Business Briefing Sessions for 2023 include:
Tuesday 13 June
Conference Room 1
11:30 - 15:15: HM Government Opportunities & Support for the UK workboat & RHIB Sector including speakers from The National Shipbuilding Office, Dept of Business & Trade, MoD DE&S Boat Team, and Crown Commercial Services
Conference Room 2
11:30 - 12:30: Maritime UK Solent Networking Meeting including speakers from Red Penguin Marine and the Marine Skills Centre at Southampton City College, and Marine Energy Systems.
13:00 - 14:00: MCA - An Update on MCA Codes of Practice for Small Commercial Vessels by Rob Taylor, MCA
Wednesday 14 June
Conference Room 2
Martin Willis, Executive Officer of UKHMA, will provide his insight on offshore / nearshore projects and highlight the importance of engaging with the Statutory Harbour Authority and the Harbour Master for the necessary information, guidance, and approvals.
14:00 - 16:00 - The Workboat Association Safety Forum. The Workboat Association will host their “open to all” Safety Forum at Seawork 2023. This year’s theme will be Emergency Preparedness – in line with their 2023 Safety Campaign of the same name. All visitors are invited to join the session to learn about how to respond with a serious emergency scenario both ashore and on board.
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