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Seminar 2: Port Management and sustainability

From April 04, 2016 until April 06, 2016
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SEMINAR 2: SUSTAINABILITY AND BEAUTIFICATION OF PORTS


BUSAN, KOREA | APRIL 4-6, 2016

(VENUE: KOREA MARITIME INSTITUTE, BUSAN)

 

Monday, April 4th

 

 0830 - 0900                  

Registration

 0900 - 0910

Welcome Remarks

  • Sung-Gwi Kim; President, Korea Maritime Institute (KMI)

  • Charles E. Morrison; President, East-West Center, USA / Former Co-Chair PECC

 

 0910 - 0920

Introduction of PECC International Project 2015/2016 - "Managing the Blue Economy"

  • Jean Luc Le Bideau
    Vice-chair, FPTPEC

 

 Session I:

Ports of the Future

Session Chair:

  • Jean Luc Le Bideau; Vice-chair FPTPEC

 

0920 - 0945

Environmental and safety concerns: Ports and shipping

 

0945 - 1010

Port governance, commercialization and investment in China

  • Dong Yang; Assistant Professor, Logistics and Maritime Studies, Hong Kong Polytechnic University / Senior Consultant of APSN
    ( pdf download (2.22 MB) )

 

1010 - 1030

Coffee Break

 

1030 - 1055

Measuring Perceived Impacts of Developing New Deep Sea Port: Pakbara Port in Thailand

  • Pairach Piboonrungroj; Director of Supply Chain Economics Research Centre, Faculty of Economics, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
    ( pdf download (32.26 MB) )

 

1055 - 1120

Open Discussions

 

1200 - 1330

Lunch

 

Session II:

Management of Environmental and Economic Risks

Session Chair: 

  • Charles E. Morrison; President, East-West Center, USA / Former Co-Chair PECC

 

1330 - 1355

Dredging and building new port facilities to accommodate larger vessels with respect to environmental concerns:
Usage of 3D-modeling

 

1355 - 1420

Use of modeling tools for sustainable port development

 

1420 - 1445

The spill-over effects of a port shutdown from the perspective of X-events

 

1445 - 1510

Open Discussions

 

1510 - 1530

Coffee Break

 

Session III:

Mitigation of Pollution at Ports

Session Chair:

  • Charles E. Morrison; President, East-West Center, USA / Former Co-Chair PECC

 

1530 - 1555

Impact of air pollutants from ships on coastal population

 

1555 - 1620

Clean technologies for dismantling old vessels, oil rigs, and other offshore infrastructures

 

1620 - 1645

Mitigation of on-shore and near-shore pollution at ports and from vessels

 

1645 - 1710

Open Discussions

 

1900

Welcome Dinner hosted by KMI

 

Tuesday, April 5th

Session IV:

Regional Cooperation for Stewardship of Ports and Shipping

Session chair:

  • Brian Lynch; NZPECC

 

0930 - 0955

Asia-Pacific regional cooperation on port and shipping issues

  • Charles E. Morrison; President, East-West Center, USA / Former Co-Chair PECC

 

0955 - 1020

Implications of GHG reduction targets and a mandatory IMO CO2 data collection system for international shipping

 

1020 - 1040

Coffee Break

 

1040 - 1105

Green Port Award System Initiative - APEC Port Services Network

  • Dong Yang; Assistant Professor, Hong Kong Polytechnic University / Senior Consultant of APSN
    ( pdf download (2.46 MB) )

 

1105 - 1130

LNG fuel technology

  • Youn Heo; General Manager, Technology Strategy Division, Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering, Korea
    ( pdf download (3.44 MB) )

 

1130 - 1155

Open Discussions

 

Concluding Session

 

1155 - 1215

Summary of recommendations by session chairs

Open discussion

1215 - 1230

Closing Remarks

  • Jean Luc Le Bideau; Vice-chair FPTPEC

  • Brian Lynch; NZPECC

 

1230 - 1330

Lunch

 

1900

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