International Shipping Conference

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ICS International

Shipping Conference

Wednesday 7 September 2016 British Library, London

The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), which is the principal international trade association for shipowners, is holding a one day conference. The exciting and comprehensive programme will include: ‘EU Brexit’ implications Responding to Paris Agreement on CO2 Ballast water chaos Overcapacity and recycling Migrant rescue crisis Maritime manpower issues

Keynote Speakers Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, IMO Esben Poulsson, Chairman, International Chamber of Shipping Ian Parry, Principal Environmental Fiscal Policy Expert, IMF Speakers include: John Adams, MD Teekay; Viggo Bondi, Chairman ICS Maritime Law Committee; Julian Bray, Editor-in-Chief Tradewinds; Arsenio Dominguez, Chairman IMO MEPC; Richard Greiner, Partner Moore Stephens; Anthony Gurnee, CEO Admore; Alfred Hartmann, President German Shipowners’ Association; Mark Martecchini, President, Stolt Tankers, Olaf Merk, OECD ITF; Sam Megwa, Chair MACN; Kathy Metcalf, President Chamber of Shipping of America; Jan Christoph Napierski, Danish Delegation NATO; Philippos Philis, Vice Chairman Cyprus Shipping Chamber, Guy Platten, CEO UK Chamber of Shipping

Lunch kindly sponsored by

Drinks reception kindly sponsored by

TO BOOK YOUR PLACES PLEASE USE ATTACHED FORM The cost of attendance, including documentation, lunch and evening reception is just £250 (plus UK VAT at 20%). Additional delegates just £175 (plus UK VAT at 20%).

Programme 0815-0900 Registration and Coffee 0900

Introduction and Welcome Peter Hinchliffe, Secretary General, ICS


Esben Poulsson, Chairman, ICS

Keynote Speakers


1245-1400 Lunch (kindly sponsored by Bahamas Maritime Authority/Bahamas Shipowners’ Association)

Afternoon Session

Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, IMO


‘EU Brexit’: Implications for International Shipping Guy Platten, CEO, UK Chamber of Shipping


A ‘Carbon Tax’ for Shipping? Ian Parry, Principal Environmental Fiscal Policy Expert International Monetary Fund


Piracy and Refugees: The NATO Response Jan-Christoph Napierski, Danish Delegation to NATO


Solving the Problems with the Ballast Water Convention Jonathan Spremulli, Technical Director, ICS

1435 Discussion

Kathy Metcalf, President, Chamber of Shipping of America

Questions and Discussion

1030 The Threat to Limitation of Shipowner Liability Mr Viggo Bondi, Executive Director, Norwegian Shipowners’ Association, Chairman, ICS Maritime Law Committee 1050-1120 Coffee


Tackling Corruption Sam Megwa, Chair, Maritime Anti- Corruption Network

1505 Looking Deeper into Seafarer Supply Issues Douglas Lang, Managing Director, Anglo Eastern (UK), Chairman, BIMCO/ICS Manpower Report Steering Committee 1520 Discussion 1530-1600 Coffee

Reducing CO2 Emissions


Closing Discussion: Overcapacity – Assessing the Collective Interest


Overview of Developments Simon Bennett, Director Policy & External Relations, ICS

Guest Speaker: Olaf Merk, OECD International Transport Forum


Panel Discussion:

Panel Discussion

Moderator: John Adams, Managing Director, Teekay (Glasgow), Chairman, Bahamas Shipowners’ Association

Moderator: Julian Bray, Editor-in-Chief, Tradewinds

Arsenio Dominguez, Chairman, IMO MEPC

Anthony Gurnee,