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The maritime industry faces continual regulatory change as it strives to reduce its impact on the marine environment. NAMEPA members, in particular, are committed to “Save our Seas”, but this approach is not without its hurdles. Complex regulations require support to insure understanding and competence and to devise an appropriate strategy for each company.
Join your industry peers at a program entitled “Pathways to Sustainability”, which is designed to be a guide for navigating through the myriad of regulations leading to compliance.
0730-0800 Arrival on campus
0800-0830 Registration and Continental Breakfast
0830 Welcome: Jack Buono, President and CEO, SeaRiver Maritime
Opening Remarks: Clay Maitland, Founding Chairman, NAMEPA
0845-0930 On the Horizon- Moderator: Clay Maitland, NAMEPA
Global Projections for Shipping: Professor Maria Burns, University of Houston
Regulatory Outlook: Capt. Verne Gifford, USCG
Legal Hot Spots: Keith Letourneau, Blank Rome LLP
0930-1030 Technologies of the Future- Moderator: Tim Curl, Nature Group
1030-1100 Coffee break
1100-1200 Post COP21: Impact on Shipping- Moderator: Carleen Lyden-Kluss, NAMEPA
What happened in Paris?: Captain Kevin Coyne, LISCR
How Industry can Respond- Anuj Chopra, Vice President, Americas, RightShip
Luncheon Keynote- U.S. Energy Outlook : Jim Muschalik, Vice President, Global Marine Commercial and Development, SeaRiver Maritime
1300-1400 Campus Tour
1400-1600 Pathways to Sustainability- Senior Leadership Roundtable
Moderated by Christopher Bastis, CEO, Seagroup, Inc.
- Ole Chr. Schroder, Scorpio Tankers
- Denise McCafferty, Director Environmental Programs, Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd.
- Eric Clarke, Director—Marine Operations, Noble Drilling Services, Inc.
- Nicholas D. Stillman, Managing Director, Clarksons Platou Securities
- RADM James Watson, President, ABS Americas
1600 Closing comments- Jack Buono, President SeaRiver Maritime