Feedback on temporary extensions & regulatory enforcement policies
Shipowner perspectives on key ‘what ifs’ and uncertainties
Progress updates on achieving US Coast Guard type approval
Join over 45 shipowners that benefitted from our last event.
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New for 2014:
Town hall style open forum
Shape the agenda! Have your say and flag issues to be discussed throughout the conference
Simultaneous technical solution demonstrations
See technical solutions in action. Sessions repeat every 10 minutes so delegates can visit all groups
Back by popular demand:
Beach party drinks reception
Escape from the room for some networking in the sun at our informal beach drinks reception
Icebreaker drinks reception
Meet and greet fellow attendees in a relaxed setting prior to the start of the conference
Champagne round table discussions
Wind down and explore key topics with fellow delegates and speakers in a relaxed, interactive environment
Direct feedback from the US Coast Guard and EPA on compliance requirements
Receive clarification on implementation timelines and compliance options
Temporary extensions and regulatory enforcement policies
Find out how recent regulatory developments will impact your compliance strategy
Shipowner perspectives on treatment system selection and installation
Examine progress so far and address critical uncertainties and ‘what if’ scenarios
Expert updates on US Coast Guard type approval testing progress
Get the latest information on type approval application submittals and the UV challenge
Technical guidance on system installation, operation and maintenance
Receive tailored advice on retrofit scheduling, physical integration and crew training requirements
"Great input from US Coast Guard and regulators"
"After attending over 40 years of conferences around the world THIS was the most organised with the most information I have ever attended!"
"Productive and interesting topics relevant to BWTS"
Enjoy networking and technical discussion with your fellow participants.