THREE ONE-DAY SHIPPING & BUNKERING COURSES
These three distinct one-day training courses provide delegates a solid base from which to heighten their understanding of three different, but closely connected, sectors of the shipping industry.
- AN INTRODUCTION TO SHIPPING - Friday 27 April
- This one-day course explains the basics of ships and the business of shipping and is suitable for new entrants to the maritime sector. It aims to educate and inform newcomers to shipping and those whose jobs require a basic grasp of how the industry works.
- AN INTRODUCTION TO BUNKER DISPUTES - Thursday 28 April
- The course examines the types of bunker claims most prevalent in the industry and offers advice on how these claims might be assessed. It looks at bunker quality, bunker quantity and delays, three of the most common sources of disputes, and suggests practical procedures that can be implemented to reduce the chances of disputes arising.
- AN INTRODUCTION TO LNG BUNKERING - Friday 28 April
- This one-day training course is designed to bring delegates up to speed with the technical, operational, practical and safety-related aspects of using LNG as a source of fuel for ships. It also covers the commercial issues, including pricing scenarios.
All three courses are designed for new entrants to the maritime sector but are also well suited to non-specialists in shipping and bunkering.
ABOUT THE LECTURER
Written and delivered by Nigel Draffin, who has been involved in shipping for almost 50 years, spending 13 years at sea with Shell Tankers before coming ashore to work first in their new building department at Shell International Marine, and then in Shell’s R&D unit specialising in control systems, fuel combustion and safety systems. In 1986 he joined Shell’s commercial department becoming Head of Operational Economics responsible for fuel purchasing for the entire Shell fleet, the operation of risk management policy and the speed/performance of the fleet. In 1996 he retired from Shell and joined the bunker department of E.A. Gibson Shipbrokers which in 2006 merged with US-based broking house LQM Petroleum Services, where he was Senior Broker and Technical Manager until his retirement in July 2015.
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