Association News

The third 2017 session of lNTERCARGO lunchtime presentations will be taking place at our London office and co-hosted with INTERTANKO,

with a presentation that will be delivered by our Associate Member Bureau Veritas on 12 July 2017 (from 12:00 to 14:00 pm)

on the topic of “LNG fuelled bulk carriers and tankers” - design, environmental compliance, risks, operations, bunkering and profitability vs HFO & scrubbers.

The presenter will be Mr. Martial Claudepierre – LNG Business Development Manager in the Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore Division.

Light/buffet lunch will be served, and our gathering will start at 12 noon to conclude by 14:00.

Attendance confirmations: as places will be limited, Members should notify at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. that they wish to attend, as soon as possible.


Please read the article of WORLD MARITIME NEWS here, referring to INTERCARGO's open article.


The second 2017 session of lNTERCARGO lunchtime presentations succesfully took place in a full room at our London office on 24 May 2017.
The presentation was delivered by our Associate Member Lloyd’s Register
on the topic of “Future Fuels – the 2020 challenge”:

In less than three years from now and at an estimated cost to the industry of USD 60 billion the MARPOL Annex VI regulations will limit the sulphur content in marine fuel oils used outside an emission control area for SOx (ECA-SOx) to a maximum 0.50% m/m. The experiences of switching from 1.00% to 0.10% inside ECA-SOX from 01 January 2015 has provided the marine industry an insight into the diverse of fuel compositions being supplied and the challenges of extended use on distillates. The question therefore remains ‘what can we expect with 0.50%?’.
The interest in the use of alternatives to conventional hydrocarbon fuels such as LNG and Methanol is expanding. Alternative options, such as scrubbers, were discussed, as well as any specific challenges that apply to dry bulk carriers. The presentation was followed by a Q&A session discussing possibilities and concerns when preparing a compliance road map to 2020.
The presenter was Mr Timothy Wilson, Lloyd’s Register Marine Consultancy Services, Principal Specialist Engineer on Marine Fuels and Exhaust Emissions.

Members please login to access the presentation (attached).

Our Indicative Survey results among the seminar attendees are also available here.

Please refer to the attached or follow this link for the Naftemporiki article (in Greek).

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