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TCS London Marathon 2024

April. 21. 2024-April. 21. 2024London United Kingdom | Other Other

Event description: Join #TeamSailorsSociety today and be part of the world's most famous marathon! We’re looking for dedicated fundraisers with a passion for running to take part in this spectacular day. These much-coveted places are limited, so apply now to secure your space and raise funds for seafarers and their families in need around the world. What we ask from each individual: Registration fee £100 Minimum fundraising amount £2,000 To find out more and register today, click here to email Gemma Clark, our events manager.

2024 IPF

April. 22. 2024-April. 25. 2024New Orleans United States of America | Conference Multi Segment

Event description: The International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum (IPF) is the premier offshore wind energy conference in the Americas. Hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, offers unparalleled networking opportunities, and delivers the most timely and relevant updates on the industry, from technology and policy to safety and siting. In addition to plenary presentations and cutting-edge workshops from public officials and industry leaders, IPF offers registrants a wide array of networking opportunities to grow your business, including the popular WindMatch?Ñ¢ program. With the rapid expansion of offshore wind, IPF attendance helps secure your place as a leader in the industry. Offshore wind in the Gulf of Mexico: Building on its offshore energy past Located in the heart of America?Äôs offshore energy industry, New Orleans will host 2024 IPF just as the Gulf of Mexico begins developing its offshore wind market. Although the region?Äôs first lease areas will be auctioned in late 2023, Gulf companies are already hard at work building America?Äôs next energy industry and moving to integrate new technologies like green hydrogen into offshore wind. Embracing its offshore energy past and embracing the future of offshore wind, New Orleans and the state of Louisiana are emerging as a center of experience, expertise, innovation, and heart of this new industry. Who is the Business Network for Offshore Wind? The Business Network for Offshore Wind is a nonprofit, educational organization with a mission to develop the offshore wind renewable energy industry and its supply chain. The Network partners with industry and government to build an innovative supply chain that will create and sustain jobs, benefiting local economies and ensuring a cost-effective clean energy portfolio. We advance this through collaboration, education, and innovation, bringing together global developers, policymakers, academia, and leading experts to grow this new and vital offshore wind industry that provides a practical solution to climate change and creates well-paying jobs.

34th MYBA Charter Show

April. 22. 2024-April. 25. 2024Genoa Italy | Exhibition Recreational or Leisure

Event description: Looking Forward To 2024! Preparations have already begun for the 2024 MYBA Charter Show which is scheduled to take place from Monday April 22 to Thursday April 25 in Marina Molo Vecchio, Genoa. Marina Molo Vecchio has hosted 16 Shows in the past and we are, once again, working closely together with the Pesto Sea Group to ensure the event's success and offer all our attendees a productive, engaging and memorable experience. The Show team is exploring a new set up, a unique entertainment programme and every possibility of reducing its carbon footprint. See you in Genoa for the 34th MYBA Charter Show!

6th Global LNG Forum

April. 22. 2024-April. 23. 2024Barcelona Spain | Conference LNG and Gas

Event description: We are excited to invite you to the 6th Global LNG Forum, one of the most anticipated gatherings of industry leaders, experts, and stakeholders in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector. Taking place in the vibrant city of Madrid, this two-day event promises to be an enriching experience, offering unparalleled insights into the latest trends, innovations, and opportunities in the global LNG market. The Global LNG Forum serves as a pivotal platform for all aspects of the LNG industry, providing a holistic view of the current landscape and shaping the future of LNG. This year's event will bring together prominent figures, including LNG producers, exporters, importers, traders, technology providers, policymakers, financiers, and more. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to be part of the 6th Global LNG Forum in Madrid! Join us as we delve into the future of LNG, address industry challenges, and collaborate to shape the trajectory of the global LNG market. Save the date on your calendar and stay tuned for updates on the event agenda, speakers, registration details, and more. Let's come together in Madrid to chart the course for a sustainable and prosperous LNG future!

Energizing a Sustainable Industry

April. 22. 2024-April. 26. 2024Hannover Germany | Exhibition

Event description: At the world’s leading industrial trade fair, companies from the mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and digital industries as well as the energy sector will come together to present solutions for a high-performance, but also sustainable industry. More than 4,000 companies will be acting as an interconnected industrial ecosystem and demonstrating how climate neutrality can be achieved through electrification, digitization and automation.

Hannover Messe 2024 Energizing a Sustainable Industry

April. 22. 2024-April. 26. 2024Hanover Germany | Exhibition

Event description: Become an exhibitor As the world's leading industrial trade fair, HANNOVER MESSE is a showcase for international industrial transformation year after year - with groundbreaking innovations and products. From development to production, logistics and energy supply to services: HANNOVER MESSE offers cross-industry solutions and interface technologies for the entire industrial ecosystem.

ICSCC 2024: 18. International Conference on Shipping in Changing Climates

April. 22. 2024-April. 23. 2024Jerusalem Israel | Conference

Event description: The International Research Conference Aims and Objectives The International Research Conference is a federated organization dedicated to bringing together a significant number of diverse scholarly events for presentation within the conference program. Events will run over a span of time during the conference depending on the number and length of the presentations. With its high quality, it provides an exceptional value for students, academics and industry researchers. International Conference on Shipping in Changing Climates aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Shipping in Changing Climates. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Shipping in Changing Climates.

Innovative laser welding for wind turbines

April. 22. 2024-April. 26. 2024Hannover Germany | Other

Event description: A young spin-off from the Wind@BAM competence center is presenting a new laser welding technology for wind turbines at the Hannover Messe 2024. With their innovation, production speed can be increased eightfold. Find out how a smart electromagnet system enables laser hybrid welding of thick steel sheets. By attaching the magnets directly to the welding zone, drip formation on the weld seam is prevented. The result: The welding time of a 120-meter wind tower can be reduced from 96 to just 12 hours, providing potential cost savings of up to 90 percent. This pioneering technology not only has the potential to revolutionize the wind energy industry, but could also find applications in other sectors such as hydrogen pipelines, liquefied petroleum gas storage and heavy industry. Visit us at the BMWK stand in Hall 2 A18 and discover the future of sustainable energy production - more efficient, more cost-effective and more environmentally friendly!

IOGP-SPE-CEDEP Safety Leadership Academy

April. 22. 2024-April. 24. 2024Chateauform France | Other

Event description: Become Part of a New Era of Safety Culture and Leadership The oil and gas industry is experiencing significant changes: leaner work forces, greater demand for operational excellence. Here, together, we will innovate, strengthen leadership and safety culture challenged by ambiguity, complexity and uncertainty. Join world class experts from across the industry and beyond for this disruptive safety leadership academy by SPE, IOGP and CEDEP. Exploring advanced leadership concepts and safety management practices it will build together a different mindset and culture required for putting cutting edge theories and models into practice. Based on SPE, IOGP and ERM key technical reports, industry surveys and the CEDEP leadership education expertise, this programme will address the five obstacles identified to achieving zero harm: Ineffective leadership development Insufficient alignment and application of human factors Misalignment and confusion on the expectation of zero harm Inaccurate identification and management of risk Market pressure Download Flyer Based on SPE, IOGP and ERM key technical reports, industry surveys and the CEDEP leadership education expertise, this programme will address the five obstacles identified to achieving zero harm: Ineffective leadership development Insufficient alignment and application of human factors Misalignment and confusion on the expectation of zero harm Inaccurate identification and management of risk Market pressure A unique and highly differentiating safety leadership training academy for the Oil & Gas industry. Participants will develop leadership capabilities for changing the safety paraadigm and make ZERO a reality within their organisations and beyond. The program is the realisation and activation through leadership of the SPE ‘Getting to Zero and Beyond’ report, ERM 144 Report – Global Safety Survey, IOGP 452 and 453 reports and CEDEP’s extensive expertise on leadership development and learning. The uniqueness is the gathering of participants from across the industry over a 3-phase program to work together on common and emerging safety challenges and opportunities with exposure to world class experts on leadership and safety putting cutting edge theories and models into practice. The program includes individual and group coaching, going beyond traditional safety leadership and preparing managers to lead in a transforming world. Topics Covered: The program is uniquely built around Leading Self, Leading Others and Leading the Organization and includes foundational safety leadership and organization concepts including Safety II, Systems Thinking and Complex Systems Leadership, Transformational, Disruptive and Emergent Leaderships. Course Objectives: Develop leadership capabilities in industry leaders to shift paradigms and make zero a reality within their organizations and beyond. For more information or to register your interest please email: Programdirector@safetyleadershipacademy.org Learning Level Intermediate to Advanced Course Length Three program segments: Part 1: Residential 3-Day Course (April 22-24) Part 2: In-Work Knowledge Use (April 25 – July 1)– In between Parts 1 & 3, participants apply their newly acquired knowledge to in-work organizational and personal strategic challenges with support and knowledge sharing through program community, dedicated webinars and frequent one-on-one coaching. Part 3: Residential 3-Day Course (July 2-4) Why Attend Unique gathering of participants from across the industry (IOC, NOC, independent operating companies, oil field service companies). Exposure to world class experts on leadership and safety on how to put cutting edge theories and models into effective, meaningful practice. A unique 3-phase structure for a proven reinforced learning experience resulting in fundamental change in the individual’s safety and leadership capabilities. Learning and personal development through individual and group coaching. Who Attends Middle and Senior-level Executives, including Operational Managers and Technical (HSE) Managers. CEUs 56 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) are awarded for this course. Additional Resources Course Style Case Studies, Discussion, In-class Exercises, Lecture, Presentation, Field Trip and other unique, practical team-building events with social and community impact. The Academy Includes: Six days of in-person, immersive learning and facilitated workshops from world experts in Safety Leadership and Executive Leadership Development. The six days of immersive learning are divided over 2 three-day residential sessions. SPE-CEDEP-IOGP Safety Leadership certification on successful completion of the training program. Membership of the CEDEP alumni community and associated benefits Instructors will include external faculties and O&G guest speakers. Application Information Participants at this academy are selected by the Academy Committee based on your qualifications. Attendance is limited to maximize each person’s opportunity to learn. Accepted applicants will receive their registration form and other materials within two weeks of the application deadline. For those requiring visas to attend the academy, please ensure that you leave sufficient time for your visa to be processed. Submit your information online. If you are having difficulties applying online, please contact programdirector@safetyleadershipacademy.org to request an application form. Instructor Program Director: Muriel Barnier; Instructors: External Faculties and Oil & Gas Guest Speakers; Program Sponsor: Steve Norton Programme details Ideal participant The SPE IOGP CEDEP Leadership Academy is for middle and senior-level leaders who play a role in the safety management and conditions in which their people work. It includes operational managers, and Health, Safety Environment (HSE) managers in the oil and gas industry and its direct value chain. Format In person, with specific virtual components during Phase 2. Location The Safety Leadership Academy has its home campus at CEDEP in France and is also mobile and will travel to oil and gas hubs around the world. Duration 2 residential sessions of 3 days with a 3-month intersession in between and pre-course community building Language English Dates Phase 1: 22 to 24 April 2024 at CEDEP Campus, Châteauform’ Cély-en-Bière, France Phase 2: 25 April to 1st July 2024 online Phase 3: 2 to 4 July 2024 at CEDEP partner location, Les Pléiades, Barbizon, France Tuition fees 2024 (excl.tax) € 7,000 Board & Accommodation 2024 (excl. tax) Phase 1: € 780 (3 nights) or € 1 040 (4 nights) Phase 3: € TBC

IPF 2024 International Offshore Wind Partnering Forum

April. 22. 2024-April. 25. 2024Maryland United States of America | Conference Multi Segment

Event description: The International Partnering Forum (IPF) is the premier offshore wind energy conference in the Americas. Hosted by the Business Network for Offshore Wind, IPF connects global leaders and businesses in the supply chain, offers unparalleled networking opportunities, and delivers the most timely and relevant updates on the industry, from technology and policy to safety and siting. In addition to plenary presentations and cutting-edge workshops from public officials and industry leaders, IPF offers registrants a wide array of networking opportunities to grow your business, including the popular WindMatch program. With the rapid expansion of offshore wind, IPF attendance helps secure your place as a leader in the industry.

Maritime Cyber Security Webinar Week

April. 22. 2024-April. 22. 2024 Virtual Event | Webinar

Event description: Maritime Cyber Security Webinar Week; be sure to join us. Connectivity. Compliance. Cyber Security Awareness Beginning 22 April, Riviera will be holding a series of webinars focused on secure, high-speed connectivity, compliance and the cyber security awareness gap. Our webinars are designed to strike the right balance between transmission of key information and interaction with the expert panel assembled. Those who register will also receive copies of webinar materials after the event. Our discussions are focused, cover the advertised subjects, and deliver actionable insights to registrants. Registration is free; please sign up below. To guarantee a position on one of the webinar panels, as either a premium partner or sponsored presenter and panellist, please contact Tom Kenny. A number of positions are made available throughout our webinar weeks for our commercial partners on a first-come, first-served basis.

Oman Petroleum & Energy Show (OPES)

April. 22. 2024-April. 24. 2024Muscat Oman | Conference/Exhibition

Event description: The Oman Petroleum & Energy Show (OPES) is the only event in Oman that serves the entire oil, gas, and energy industry. Under the patronage of the Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MoEM), OPES provides an effective business and networking platform, serving as a key meeting point for energy professionals, oil and gas companies, policy and decision makers, and stakeholders. The Conference organised by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) features a well-selected speaking faculty of highly acclaimed experts who convene to exchange ideas, share insights through informative discussions and technical presentations on key topics shaping the current and future of the industry. OPES 2024 BROCHURE OPES 2024 IN NUMBERS 0 + PARTICIPATING COMPANIES 0 + PARTICIPATING COUNTRIES 0 + VISITS 0 + EXPERT SPEAKERS 0 + CONFERENCE DELEGATES OPES Q&A SERIES Get rich insights and valuable perspectives from the wider energy community on the current climate challenge and various initiatives developed by the oil and gas industry to tackle the crisis. VIEW ALL Q&A SERIES SPE CONFERENCE 2022 SPEAKERS VIEW ALL SPEAKERS INDUSTRY SPEAKS TESTIMONIALS INDUSTRY NEWS VIEW ALL NEWS 2024 SUPPORTERS & SPONSORS HOST ORGANISATION PRINCIPAL SPONSOR PRINCIPAL SPONSOR EXCLUSIVE SUSTAINABILITY HOST DIAMOND SPONSOR PLATINUM SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR GOLD SPONSOR WELCOME ARC AND EXHIBITION ENTRANCE SPONSOR SILVER SPONSOR SILVER SPONSOR REGISTRATION SPONSOR BADGE SPONSOR ENI COCKTAIL RECEPTION SPONSOR COFFEE BREAK SPONSOR FLOOR PLAN SPONSOR INDUSTRY PARTNER IN-COUNTRY VALUE PARTNER VENUE PARTNER VIEW ALL SPONSORS Event Opens In 60DAYS15HOURS36MINUTES GET YOUR FREE TICKET

RoomVent 2024

April. 22. 2024-April. 25. 2024Stockholm Sweden | Conference

Event description: Healthy air together - when scientific and industrial advances meet the needs of society RoomVent 2024 gathers policymakers, designers, researchers,engineers, and other professionals. The combination of industry and research, which makes this conference unique, is a conscious choice to create a meeting place for science as well as business and politics. RoomVent2024 is a place where researchers, engineers and consultants, decision makers, property owners and designers, developers and property managers get in touch to meet society's needs and new challenges. The conference is organized by Swedvac (EMTF) as the main organizer, in collaboration with Svensk Ventilation and Nordbygg.

Shipbroking & Chartered Vessel Operations Advanced Diploma

April. 22. 2024-April. 23. 2024 Virtual Event | Webinar

Event description: Shipbroking and chartered vessel operations are integral parts of the maritime industry. Shipbrokers act as intermediaries between shipowners and charterers, facilitating the chartering process. Here are some key aspects of shipbroking and chartered vessel operations: Shipbroking Roles: Shipbrokers can specialize in different areas such as sale and purchase (S&P) brokering, chartering, or tanker brokering. Chartering brokers are responsible for negotiating and arranging charter contracts between shipowners and charterers. Charter Types: Shipbrokers handle various types of charters, including time charters, voyage charters, and bareboat charters. Time charters involve leasing a vessel for a specific period, whereas voyage charters are based on a specific voyage or cargo. Bareboat charters involve leasing a vessel without crew or provisions, where the charterer assumes full control and responsibility. Market Analysis: Shipbrokers analyze market conditions, freight rates, vessel availability, and trade routes. They provide market insights to shipowners and charterers, enabling them to make informed decisions. Market analysis involves monitoring global trade patterns, supply-demand dynamics, and geopolitical factors affecting the shipping industry. Negotiation and Contracting: Shipbrokers negotiate charter terms, rates, and conditions on behalf of their clients. Effective negotiation skills are crucial to securing favorable agreements. Once terms are agreed upon, shipbrokers prepare and finalize charter contracts, ensuring compliance with legal and industry standards. Documentation and Logistics: Shipbrokers handle extensive documentation, including charter party agreements, bills of lading, and other relevant contracts. They coordinate logistics, liaise with port authorities, arrange bunkering services, and facilitate vessel inspections, surveys, and certifications. Vessel Operations: Shipbrokers may also be involved in the operational aspects of chartered vessels. They ensure compliance with charter party terms, monitor vessel performance, coordinate loading and discharging operations, and handle any claims or disputes that may arise during the charter period. Relationship Management: Shipbrokers maintain relationships with shipowners, charterers, port agents, maritime lawyers, and other industry stakeholders. Building and nurturing these relationships is essential for successful shipbroking and chartered vessel operations. Shipbroking and chartered vessel operations require expertise in market analysis, negotiation, documentation, and industry regulations. Effective communication, attention to detail, and a thorough understanding of commercial shipping are key to excelling in this field.

Strengthening the human firewall: Tackling the cybersecurity awareness gap in maritime

April. 22. 2024-April. 22. 2024 Virtual Event | Webinar

Event description: Maritime Cyber Security Webinar Week Maritime Cyber Security Webinar Week; be sure to join us. Connectivity. Compliance. Cyber Security Awareness Beginning 22 April, Riviera will be holding a series of webinars focused on secure, high-speed connectivity, compliance and the cyber security awareness gap. Our webinars are designed to strike the right balance between transmission of key information and interaction with the expert panel assembled. Those who register will also receive copies of webinar materials after the event. Our discussions are focused, cover the advertised subjects, and deliver actionable insights to registrants. Registration is free; please sign up below. To guarantee a position on one of the webinar panels, as either a premium partner or sponsored presenter and panellist, please contact Tom Kenny. A number of positions are made available throughout our webinar weeks for our commercial partners on a first-come, first-served basis. Please join us for any or all of the following: Strengthening the human firewall: Tackling the cybersecurity awareness gap in maritime Date: Monday 22 April - Time: 10:30 - 11:15 BST REGISTER Phishing emails, infected USB drives and a global shortage of cybersecurity talent mean the "human factor" remains a persistent challenge in most industries. This webinar will share innovative approaches to raising cybersecurity awareness across the maritime workforce and building a culture of cyber vigilance from ship to shore. Join us as we discuss Common human errors that lead to maritime cyber incidents Designing engaging and behaviour-changing cybersecurity awareness programmes for seafarers and shore staff Leveraging gamification, micro-learning and social media to reinforce cyber awareness Promoting a culture of cyber risk ownership and open communication about incidents Strategically upskilling IT and OT personnel with maritime cybersecurity competencies Exploring partnerships with academia and industry to build the maritime cyber talent pipeline Panellists include: Martin O Rourke, Fuel and Energy Efficiency Program Manager, P&O Ferries Michalis Michaloliakos, Head of ICT & Cyber Security Services, TMS Group of companies Dr Rory Hopcraft, Lecturer in Cyber Security, University of Plymouth

Sustainable Shipping Conference No.6 2024

April. 22. 2024-April. 23. 2024Bremen Germany | Conference

Event description: Sustainable Shipping Conference 2024 There are still 55 places available April 22, 2024 6:00 p.m. – April 23, 2024 4:30 p.m House of the Bremen Citizenship, Am Markt 20, 28195 Bremen Cooperation events | Meetings and congresses EARLY RECEPTION April 22, 2024 / Fly Deck Bremen, Teerhof 59 6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Reception by the Senate of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen Greetings: Kristina Vogt, Senator for Economics, Ports and Transformation, Bremen Speech: Dr. Heike Deggim, Director of the Marine Environment Department, International Maritime Organization CONFERENCE April 23, 2024 / House of the Bremen Citizenship, Am Markt 20 Registration from 8:45 a.m. Overall moderation: Prof. Dr. Iven Krämer, Senator for Economics, Ports and Transformation, Bremen 9:30 a.m. - Welcome Greetings: Antje Grotheer, President of the Bremen Citizenship Greetings: Prof. Bastian Gruschka, Chairman of the Maritimes Cluster Northern Germany eV 9:50 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Keynotes I Sustainable Shipping – Strategies in the current market environment 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. I Technical discussions and interim conclusions in spontaneous small groups – Round 1 Coffee / tea / cold drinks 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. I Parallel topic-specific workshops Workshop 1: Alternative fuels banquet hall Moderated discussion group Workshop 2: Biofouling meeting room 2 Moderated discussion group 1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. I Technical discussions and conclusions in small groups – Round 2 Lunch buffet / coffee / tea / cold drinks 2:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. I Thematic block I Digitalization as a building block for Net Zero Digitalization as a component of our Net Zero strategy Guido Försterling, SLOMAN NEPTUN Schiffahrts-Aktiengesellschaft Propeller Retrofitting Potentials Dr. Lars Greitsch, MMG Efficient ship routing Till Braun, StormGeo Mission Net Zero - New technologies, risks or opportunities for the marine insurers Louis Ravens, Lampe & Schwartze 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. I Thematic block II Electrify the Ocean – eMobility in changing society and technology 4:15 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. I Workshop results 4:30 p.m. end of the event

XPONENTIAL 2024

April. 22. 2024-April. 25. 2024California United States of America | Conference Multi Segment

Event description: XPONENTIAL is a yearly gathering of global leaders and end users in the uncrewed systems and robotics industry. Founded on the belief that cross-pollination drives innovation, it features opportunities to connect and problem-solve with experts across markets and domains. PREVIOUS EVENTSEE ALL EVENTSNEXT EVENT

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