Sulphur Cap 2020
Conference, Awards
and Exhibition 17-18 April 2018, Amsterdam

Sulphur Cap 2020 <br />Conference, Awards<br />and Exhibition

The Marine Propulsion Awards 2018

The Marine Propulsion Awards: 

 

Entries for this year’s Marine Propulsion Awards are now open. These annual accolades will be presented during a gala dinner on the first evening of Riviera Maritime Media’s Sulphur Cap 2020 conference and exhibition, which will take place on 17-18 April in Amsterdam.

These awards recognise innovations made during 2017 across a range of marine engineering sectors and are open to companies and individuals around the world. Entries are made via a simple online entry form and they will be reviewed by a panel of independent experts, co-ordinated by Riviera Maritime Media’s executive editor, Paul Gunton.

They will make a shortlist of three entries for each category and these will be offered for a public online vote whose result will be combined with the judges’ views to select the winners.

 

Deadline for entries is 12 February 2018. 

 

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Nominations are now closed for the Marine Propulsion Awards 2018, voting will open shortly.

You can still submit your nomination for the Graduate Research Award, as this closes on the 23rd February at 16:00.

Efficiency Improvement Award

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Companies or individuals can enter an initiative relating to any aspect of marine engineering, design or operation that has been implemented, brought to market or substantially improved during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate an innovative and original initiative that resulted in a step-change in ship efficiency.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Emissions Reduction Award

Companies or individuals can enter an initiative, product, system or process that has been implemented for the first time, has been substantially improved and relaunched or featured in a shipboard or shore installation during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate actual or potential reductions in emissions from shipping as a result of its implementation.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Graduate Research Award

Nominations can be made either by individual post-graduate students or by training institutions, who can nominate up to two post-graduate students. It recognises original research completed during 2017 that advances marine engineering knowledge relevant to an onboard environment in a way that will improve the overall ship efficiency, machinery performance and reliability, safety or environmental impact of a single ship or across a fleet.

CLICK HERE TO NOMINATE

Nominations for this award will close on the 23rd February at 16:00

Innovation Award

Companies or individuals can enter products, systems, processes or designs that have been brought to market or made public or implemented for the first time, or have been substantially improved during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will demonstrate an original and novel development relevant to any aspect of marine technology that shows an imaginative and effective solution to an engineering requirement.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Marine Intelligence Award

Companies or individuals can enter an initiative, product, system or process that has been implemented for the first time, has been substantially improved and relaunched or featured in a shipboard installation during the previous calendar year that makes use of data, communications or other IT technology. The winning entry will show how their use has significantly improved a ship’s or fleet’s efficiency, economy or operation.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Ship of the Year Award

Companies or individuals can enter ships that have been delivered or substantially upgraded during the previous calendar year. The winning entry will be a vessel of any type that incorporates innovative technical developments that identify it as a landmark vessel. The award will be presented to the ship’s owner.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Technical Support Award

Companies or individuals can enter any technical support service that has been brought to market during the previous calendar year or a project based on an existing support service that demonstrates a new application for that service. The winning entry will demonstrate how the technical support has made possible, or made more effective, a client’s own technical or operational ambitions.

NOMINATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Industry Leader Award

The Industry Leader Award is made by the staff of Riviera Maritime Media to an individual who is an example of leadership and inspiration in the field of marine engineering. 

Winner yet to be announced

 

Marine Propulsion Awards judging panel:

Robert Ashdown
Secretary General
IACS
Prof John Carlton
Professor
City University London
Päivi Haikkola 
Ecosystem lead
DIMECC
 
Karl Wojik
Vice President 
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Paul Gunton
Executive Editor
Riviera Maritime Media
 

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