Developments in Arctic Shipping Operations & Infrastructure
ACI’s 10th Arctic Shipping Summit will be taking place 8-9th March, 2017 in Montreal, Canada.
The two day conference will consist of a number of informative presentations followed by interactive Q&A sessions, panel discussions and an open discussion to further involve the delegates. These talk will give a deep insight on the views shared from the different aspects of Arctic Shipping.
We will explore and discuss current regulations and requirements from the IMO & the Coast Guard. Deeply examine commercial aspects and the insurance challenges that are increasing ongoing. As well as this looking into training requirements and ship design options to help aid in the future of Arctic operations.
The conference will bring together various key industry stake-holders including Ship-owners, Ship-mangers & associated solution providers, fuel solutions, IT & data associations, consultants & technology providers.
For a first draft of the agenda please click here >>>
Key Topics This Year Include:
• Advancements on Coastal State Regulations
• Adaption & Requirements Connecting to The Polar Code
• Developments of Operational Matters within the Arctic
• Commercial Shipping Activity in Arctic Regions
• Insurance Difficulties, Risk Management Procedures & the Increase of Profitability
• Staff Training & Keeping to Polar Code Requirements
• Enhancing Communicational Options within the Arctic
• Ship Design Options & Solutions to Aid in Arctic Operations
• Fuel Alternatives & Environmental Advantages
Previous Attendees Include:
ABB OY Marine | AET | Aker Arctic | Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation | Alaska State Capitol | Alfons Hakans | American Bureau of Shipping | Anglo Eastern Ship Management | Applied Weather Technology (Europe) Ltd | Archtech Helsinki Shipyard | Arctia Shipping Ltd. | Arctic Council | Arctic Portal | Atlantic Towing Ltd | Belledune Port Authority | BHP Billiton International Metals BV | Biglift Shipping Toronto | Bureau Veritas | Canadian Coast Guard | Canadian Ice Service | Canadian Shipowners Association | CDG | Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia | Clean Air Task Force | Clean Air-Cool Planet | Crowley Maritime Corporation | Danish Maritime Authority | Danish Meteorological Institute | Deltamarin | Department of Justice Canada | Dockwise Shipping BV | Eimskip Iceland | Environment Canada | ESL Shipping Oy | EU Arctic Forum | Exmar Marine Nv | Fednav | Finnish Meteorological Institute | Finnish Shipowners Association | Frontier Drilling USA Inc. | Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) | Germanischer Lloyd Canada Ltd | GNWT – Transportation | Hansa Heavy Lift GmbH | Hoegh LNG | Inmarsat Global Ltd | International Cargo Terminals | International Chamber of Shipping | International Ice Charting Working Group | International Shipping Partners, Inc | Iridium Satellite | Isbjorn International | Island Tug & Barge | Itopf | JSC Russian Space Systems | K2 Shipping AS | Kiewit Offshore Services | Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute | Krylov State Shipbuilding Institute | Logistics Magazine (Québec) | London Offshore Consultants | Maersk Line | Makivik Corporation | Manitoba Infrastructure & Transportation (MIT) | Marinco Survey | Marine and Environmental Law Instutute | Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping (NEAS) | Ocean Group Inc | Ocean, Coastal And River Engineering (OCRE) | Oldendorff Carriers | Ovatek Inc. | Petronav | Polar Research Institute of China
and many others...