CONFERENCES

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31st JANUARY 2017: The European shipping day

 

 

10:30am - 12:00pm - HOW TO ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF OVERCAPACITY?

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Moderator:
Thibaud TEILLARD, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Philippe LOUIS-DREYFUS, President, Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group
Olaf MERK, Project Manager, Ports and shipping, OECD
Jean-François TALLEC, Institutional Advisor for the maritime policy, CMA CGM
Paul TOURRET, Director, ISEMAR

Low freight rates, dry bulk and container crisis, bankruptcy: these are all obstacles that the international and European shipping industry needs to overcome. How can the current trend be reversed to return to a healthy, dynamic market? What changes are being made by the sector to surmount these obstacles? Can European shipbuilders emerge stronger from this period of obstacles?

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1:00pm - 2:30pm - COMPETITIVENESS: EUROPE STILL STUCK IN THE MIDDLE

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Moderator:
Thibaud TEILLARD, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Arnaud LEROY, MP, Assemblée Nationale
Rémi MAYET, Deputy Head of Unit, Port Policy and Inland Waterways, DG MOVE, European Commission
Jean-Marc ROUÉ, President, Brittany Ferries

2017 will be the European year of shipping: what expectations do the key economic figures have in terms of renewed European competitiveness? How can we build a shipping Europe without distorting competition? Does the future lie in a European pavilion?

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3:00pm - 4:30pm - SHIPPING AND INNOVATION: WHAT ARE THE SOLUTIONS FOR A NEW ECONOMIC MOMENTUM

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Moderator:
Thibaud TEILLARD, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Thomas BURET, Project Manager, Projet PASSION (PASSerelle Intégrée d'Opération et de Navigation)
Jérôme FERRIER, President, Association Française du Gaz
Didier LEANDRI, President, European Barge Union
Carole PAVAUT, General Manager, D2m
Jean-Marc ROUÉ, President, Brittany Ferries

Shipping is one of the most innovative industries, both in terms of achieving successful energy transition and improving navigation security. There are many current and future projects: new propulsion methods (LNG, methanol, hybrid, etc.), from new on-board equipment to improve vessel energy efficiency, to the question of navigation automation. Subjects that, while often synonymous with new competences and new jobs, are responsible for the economic future of the sector.

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THE MAJOR STAKES OF MARITIME SECURITY
4:45pm - 6:30pm

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Moderator:
Gérard VALIN, Responsible for maritime issues and strategies national session, IHEDN (French Institute for high national Defence studies)

Speakers:
Virginie SALIOU, Assistant to maritime safety coordinator, Ministry of Defence
Hugues EUDELINE, Holder of a Ph.D in History & former Marine Officer (CVh)
Thierry DE LA BURGADE, Commissioner in Chief first class, Etat Major de la Marine

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1st FEBRUARY 2017: the European Flow Energies Day

 

9:15 - 10:15 - New ways of financing small and medium-sized enterprises: how to take advantage of it to innovate?​ 

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Moderator:
Jean-Michel ASPRO, Business Development Manager France​, AD Invest International

Speakers:
Rafaël KITTLER, Business Development Manager
, Raizers
Marc DELATTRE, General Manager​, Solutions d'Experts
Jean-François BÉTRÉMA, Lawyer, Bureau Juridique Fiscal

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10:30am - 10:45am - Introduction by Christophe CLERGEAU, Representative, Observatoire des Énergies de la Mer

 

 


10:45am - 12:00pm - FLOW ENERGY IS ALREADY WELL-ESTABLISHED IN EUROPE, BUT TO WHAT EXTENT?

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Moderator:
Loïc FABRÈGUES, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Christophe CLERGEAU, Representative, Observatoire des Energies de la Mer
Marc LAFOSSE, President, Energie de la Lune
Jean-Philippe PAGOT, Maritime Environment Director, EDF Energies nouvelles
Jean-François SIMON, CEO, Hydroquest
Pierre VOGT, Regional councillor, Région Normandie

What is the influence of maritime, river and estuarine flow energy on a continental scale? What is its position in relation to the rest of the world? Does it benefit from sufficient support in terms of national and European policies?

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1:00pm - 2:30pm - MARITIME, RIVER AND ESTUARY: A MULTIFACETED ENERGY WITH MAJOR ECONOMIC STAKES

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Moderator:
Loïc FABRÈGUES, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Cécile COHAS, Project Officer for research and innovation, VNF - Rhône Saône Territorial Department
Germain GOURANTON, Vice-president, Expertise & Innovating Process department, Bertin Technologies
Pierre KARLESKIND, Vice-president, Brittany Region
Lilian LABIT, Project Manager, SEENEOH
Vincent MARIETTE, Director, Guinard Energies

What are the economic issues? What are the financial implications? What are the market solutions?

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3:00pm - 4:30pm - WHAT IS THE ROLE OF FLOW ENERGY IN THE FAMILY OF MARINE RENEWABLE ENERGIES?

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Moderator:
Loïc FABRÈGUES, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Vincent BALÈS, Managing Director, WPD-Offshore France
Xavier GUILLOU, Policy Officer, DG-MARE, European Commission
Thierry KALANQUIN, CEO, DCNS Energies
Gesine MEISSNER, German European MP, President of the Intergroup on Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas, European Parliament
Félix GORINTIN, Market Advisory and Strategy department, INNOSEA
Patrick POUPON, Director, Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique

Can flow energy benefit from the offshore wind power experience?

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SOLIDARITY IN THE HIGH SEAS: WHAT COOPERATIONS?
4:45pm - 5:30pm

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Moderator:
Alexandra TURCAT, Editor in Chief, Le Marin

Speakers:
Eric BANEL, Executive Officer, Armateurs de France
François LAMBERT, Advisor in charge of the sea, overseas territories, ports and waterways, Ministry of Environment, Energy & the Sea
Fabienne LASSALLE, Deputy Director General, SOS MEDITERRANEE France
Gesine MEISSNER, German European MP, President of the Intergroup on Seas, Rivers, Islands and Coastal Areas, European Parliament
Francis VALLAT, President, SOS MEDITERRANEE France

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2nd FEBRUARY 2017: ships and electrical solutions

 

9:15am - 10:15am - European funding, assistance for international development and innovation: How to integrate them into its strategy?

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Moderator:
Pascal ECHARDOUR, Business Development Manager, AD Invest International

Speakers:
Jean-Michel ASPRO, Business Development Manager France​, AD Invest International
Nicolas STOECKEL, Strategy and Organization Consultant, Out of the box
Laurent PELUD, General Manager​, Scassi

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10:30am - 12:00pm - DIESEL-ELECTRIC: FOR WHAT RANGE OF SHIPS?

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Moderator:
Frédérick AUVRAY, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Maurice BUTTET, CEO, BARILLEC Marine
Martial CLAUDEPIERRE, Environment Officer, Bureau Veritas
Jean-François DURAND, Director, Marine Assistance
Vincent RUDELLE, Manager, LMG Marin France

The diesel-electric sector has gradually expanded to cater to a wide range of vessels: large fishing boats, supply vessels, certain military vessels, liners… We can see the solution being applied to smaller size vessels: advantages / disadvantages. What are the consequences in terms of security, onboard competences, managing energy consumption? What are the consequences in terms of options for propulsive devices (blades, pod, propellor…)?

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1:00pm - 2:30pm - COLD IRONING AND SHORESIDE POWER: WHAT SCHEDULE AND WHAT STANDARDS?

Moderator:
Frédérick AUVRAY, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Sophie ROUAN, Head of  Passengers and Energy Department, Grand Port Maritime de Marseille
Marina LABEYLIE, Head of Multimodal Development Business Unit, HAROPA
Lorenzo SOMMAVILLA, Project Engineer, Merchant Ships Business Unit, Fincantieri
Olivier VARIN, Deputy Director-General for Operations, Compagnie Méridionale de Navigation
Hugues BERTHET, Shore Connection Business Development Director, Schneider Electric 

The development of ports requiring the complete shut down of engines during stopovers such as the example of California; the issue of onboard equipment standards; onboard or shoreside power requirements; scale of investment; known examples; latest developments in France…

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3:00pm - 4:30pm - THE ALL-ELECTRIC VESSEL, WHAT ARE THE RECENT DEVELOPMENTS? (room I02)

Moderator:
Frédérick AUVRAY, Journalist, Le Marin

Speakers:
Xavier DE MONTGROS, President, AFBE (Association Française pour le Bateau Electrique)
Xavier FONTENEAU, Dr. Engineer development, ECA Group
Stéphane GONNETAND, Founder and Associate Director, ODC Marine
Armel LAINÉ, ECA Group
Philippe NOVELLI, Director-General, ECA EN
Alain TOGNA, Ports and Marine France Manager, ABB France

The electric option in the face of hydraulics for tackle and control panels; generating and storing energy (fuel cells, super condensors, batteries, photovoltaic-type annex productions); overall energy management in the face of different phases of power demands; energy gain factors (LEDs, low-voltage networks)…

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