KNVTS Afdeling Amsterdam
Thursday: 19th December2019
Speaker: Niels de Vries, Lead Naval Architect at C-Job Naval Architects
To achieve significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in shipping and enable ship owners to phase out fossil fuels entirely, renewable fuels, such as ammonia, play a crucial role. Ammonia is considered a balanced solution in terms of volumetric energy density and renewable synthetic production cost compared to other renewable fuels. The research into ammonia as a marine fuel was recently awarded with the Maritime Designer Award 2019. Research results and new outlooks will be presented.
Niels de Vries:
After finishing his Bachelor of Engineering in Naval Architecture in early 2014, Niels de Vries started at C-Job Naval Architects. He’s been working there for more than five years currently as Lead Naval Architect. While working at C-Job, Niels completed his Master of Science, including a Pre-Master, in Marine Technology which concluded with his thesis ‘Safe and effective application of ammonia as a marine fuel’ in June 2019. Niels is a strong supporter of renewable fuels such as hydrogen, ammonia and methanol and believes synthetic fuel production can be a great solution to use the overcapacity of renewable energy effectively.
Location: On board of the Pollux Pacific, NDSM-Pier 2, 1033 RE, Amsterdam (50m on the right side of the jetty. http://polluxpacific.nl/en/
Start dinner: 18:00
Start lecture: 19:15
Start drinks: 20:30
Costs lecture: for free!
Costs diner: Members: € 5,- Non members: €15,-, not registered fort the dinner: €20,-
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