|Comprehensive Conferences at ASIAN WORK BOAT 2013|
|Monday, 11 February 2013 16:27|
The programme for the last of the five exciting maritime conferences to be held alongside the ASIAN WORK BOAT 2013 Exhibition has now been revealed.
To be held in the Marina Bay Sands Convention Center from Tuesday, February 26 to Thursday, February 28 the ASIAN WORK BOAT Exhibition and Conferences provide an easily accessible, high quality and comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art of global work boat developments.
The final conference “Asian Maritime Heritage Forum 2013” organised by the Singapore Nautical Institute and the Youth Skipper Flotilla will be held on Tuesday, February 26 from 13:30 hrs. The first rate programme is as follows:-
>> Chairman’s Welcome Address – Capt Frederick Francis
>> Keynote Speaker – Ambassador Kesavapany
>> Taking Our Claim as the Centre of Asian Maritime Heritage and Culture – Mr Chung Chee Kit
>> Panel Discussion facilitated by Mr Cheng Huang Leng
Four other top class conferences for the work boat sector are being held alongside ASIAN WORK BOAT 2013. They are:-
1. SINGAPORE AS AN LNG BUNKERING HUB FOR WORK BOATS
The intent of Singapore as an LNG Bunkering Hub for Work Boats is to:
>> contribute to a shared understanding of the entire LNG bunkering value chain from regulatory framework, supply of LNG, bunkering practices, owner requirements, marine equipment and operational practices
>> showcase local and global best practices in the area of LNG bunkering
>> generate a new shared vision of Singapore as an LNG bunkering hub
10.00AM – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 – FREE ADMISSION
2. YOUNGSHIP: INTRODUCTION TO OFFSHORE
>> A brief Introduction to the offshore industry
>> The offshore industry: an operator’s perspective
>> Opportunities and outlooks in the offshore industry
>> Introduction to finance in Offshore Support: differences to general shipping and the challenges and remedies to obtain capital today’
>> Managing risks in offshore projects
2.00PM TO 6.00PM – TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 – FREE ADMISSION
3. THE GLOBALMET CONFERENCE ON TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OF WORK BOAT CREWS
Maritime technology is evolving rapidly. Employment opportunities abound. Competence on board is essential. Is this competence available? If not, what needs to be done? It is time to clarify needs and how to best meet those needs.
9.15AM – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 – COST SGD 200.00
4. IMPROVING FERRY SAFETY AND PROFITABILITY IN S.E. ASIA
The event’s intent is to:
>> constructively build shared understanding between ferry designers, builders, operators, regulators and other stakeholders
>> showcase local and global best practices in the area of ferry design and operations
>> generate a new shared vision of the future of safe and economic development and development of ferries in South East Asia.
10.00AM – WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27 – FREE ADMISSION
Finally don’t miss the exciting exhibition of the latest and greatest in work boats, their design, construction and equipment at the ASIAN WORK BOAT exhibition in Hall F, Level B2 at the Marina Bay Sands Exhibition and Convention Center in Singapore.
For further information please contact:
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FX: +61 3 9824 6588
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