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Lloyd's Library

Maritime Fuel Efficiency, EEXI CII Update – Where we are now and the Future.

With the onset of the new IMO 2023 regulation, it is time to reflect on the impact it has had on the industry thus far.

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Maritime Fuel Efficiency, EEXI CII Update – Where we are now and the Future.
Maritime Fuel Efficiency, EEXI CII Update – Where we are now and the Future.

Time & Location

03 Apr 2024, 13:00 – 14:30

Lloyd's Library, Lloyd's building, London EC3V 1LR, UK

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About the Event

Join us on April 3rd at 13:00pm (GMT) at the Lloyd’s Library for an interactive presentation on ‘Maritime Fuel Efficiency, EEXI CII Update – Where we are now and the Future’ by Waves Group.

With the onset of the new IMO 2023 regulation, it is time to reflect on the impact it has had on the industry thus far.  This includes fuel types that are currently available, which are in line with the IMO’s GHG emissions reduction initiatives and their risk to shipping.

This webinar will look at the gradual shift towards maritime decarbonisation, outlining the impact of the current IMO 2023 regulations, looking at EEXI and CII and alternative fuel sources.  It will examine the risks associated with the use of these fuels and penalties for EEXI CII non-compliance.

Speaker: Kenneth English - Associate Director, Marine Engineer

Kenny’s bio

As a Chartered Marine Engineer with over 23 years of experience, Kenny has a wealth of LNG experience from LNG vessel Operations to their management and repairs. He has experience in the building of the BP LNG vessels and has chaired working groups on LNG propulsion and reliquefication for the Society of international Gas and Tanker Terminal Operators (SIGTTO). He is also a committee member of the SGMF LNG Bunkering Compatibility working group.

His practical experience covers a wide range of marine machinery and equipment including cargo containment systems, dual fuel engines, gas compressors, 2 stroke engines,4 stroke diesel engines for main and auxiliary power, boilers, inert gas systems, cargo pumping systems, cargo refrigeration plant, fuel treatment plant and auxiliary machinery.

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