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What’s in Your Stack? The rapidly changing ‘airscape’ for ship emissions

January 11, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Co-Hosted by

California State University Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime) and NAMEPA

January 11, 2019     |     1300-1800hrs
200 Maritime Academy Dr, Vallejo, California

Join us at Cal Maritime for an industry forum on the rapidly changing “airscape” for ship emissions. Not since the transference from sail to steam has the marine industry seen such a dramatic requirement to change its operational practices to meet regulatory, and societal, demands.

This seminar will examine:

  • What is the regulatory framework impacting for the next 10 years?
  • What are the challenges facing industry to meet these requirements and those of society?
  • What are the options available now and in the future?

Register today to learn from leading industry experts the way forward.

Developing Agenda

1300 Welcome:California State University Maritime Academy

Overview- Sustainability in Maritime
Carleen Lyden Walker, Executive Director, NAMEPA

Regulatory overview
RADM John Nadeau, Assistant Commandant for Prevention Policy, U.S. Coast Guard

What Shipping is Doing to Meet Expectations
Chris BrownManager Regulatory Affairs & Advocacy, Chevron Shipping

1400 Mid-Afternoon Break
1430 Strategies for Compliance and Beyond

  • Scrubbers
  • Decarbonizing ports- particularly surrounding hydrogen and LNG
    Ryan Storz, Assistant Professor- Engineering Technology, Cal Maritime
  • CARB retrofit for small vessels
    Keir Moorhead, Assistant Professor- Engineering Technology, Cal Maritime
  • Wind Power
    Alistair Johnson, Owner/Designer, Dasivedo Design
1600 Leadership Roundtable
Moderator:  Carleen Lyden Walker, Executive Director, NAMEPA

  • Gordon Loebl, Senior Vice President Maritime & Engineering, Hornblower
1700 Networking Reception









January 11, 2019
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Cal Maritime
200 Maritime Academy Drive
Vallejo, CA United States
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