LONDON – September 05, 2014 – Fathom have announced the finalists for the inaugural Ship Efficiency Awards 2014. The award winners will be presented at a ceremony hosted by Lloyd’s Register on the 2nd October 2014 in London, as part of Ship Efficiency: The Event, held in association with Inmarsat.
The Ship Efficiency Awards were launched by Fathom to recognise and celebrate the organisations, individuals and initiatives within the maritime sector that are driving fresh thinking around efficiency, catalysing technological innovation and successfully making waves within the industry through efficient operations.
Fathom received an overwhelming number of nominations for this year’s
inaugural awards, a demonstration in itself of the immense efforts being
undertaken to improve efficiency across the industry.
The awards were independently judged by a panel of high profile industry
experts including Peter Hinchliffe, International Chamber of Shipping; Craig
Eason, Lloyd’s List; Lars Robert Pedersen, BIMCO; Jan de Kat, ABS; Minas
Miliaras, RCL Cruises Ltd and Martin Stopford, Clarksons Research.
Alison Jarabo, Director, Fathom said, “We have been overwhelmed by the number
of high calibre nominations we have received for the inaugural awards. It
highlights the enthusiasm of an industry looking to prove its commitment to
efficient operations and improved corporate social responsibility.”
Finalists will vie for contention across six award categories: the Energy Efficiency
Solution Award; the Environmental Technology Award; the Initiative of the Year;
Sustainable Ship Operator of the Year; The One to Watch and the Outstanding
Contribution to Ship Efficiency award.
The full awards shortlisted nominations are:
Energy Efficiency Solution Award
DeltaMarin – B. DELTA Energy Efficient Cargo Vessel Designs
E-CO – UVC for HVAC
Eniram – Optimum Speed Assistant (OSA)
VAF Instruments BV – PEM3 Efficiency Monitoring Solution
Wärtsilä – 46DF Engine
Environmental Technology Award
GAC – HullWiper ROV
Hempel AS – Hempaguard
International Paint – Intersleek 1100SR
Micanti BV – Thorn-D
Terragon – Micro Auto Gasification System (MAGS)
Initiative of the Year
Corvus & Scandlines – Scandlines Hybrid Ferries
Eco Marine Power – Blue Star Delos Renewable Energy Innovation Project
Green Marine – Environmental Certification Program
Jotun – Hull Performance Solutions
Low Carbon Shipping – Low Carbon Shipping – A Systems Approach
Sustainable Ship Operator of the Year
Shell Shipping & Maritime
The One to Watch
Eco Marine Power – Aquarius MRE System Project
Marstal Navigationsskole & Partners – Green Ferry Vision
Monalisa 2.0 – Sea Traffic Management
Wärtsilä – LNGPac
Outstanding Contribution to Ship Efficiency
Anne-Marie Warris – EcoReflect
Tristan Smith – UCL
Alastair Fischbacher – SSI
Oskar Levander – Rolls Royce
Operational & Environmental Performance Department – ABS
The Outstanding Contribution to Ship Efficiency award will give the industry the
opportunity to vote for the finalists within the category based on the depth of
their achievements and commitment towards an improved maritime industry.
Vote for your winner now at www.fathomshippingevents.com/finalists
For further information about the Ship Efficiency Awards 2014, to vote or register
your attendance please visit
About the Ship Efficiency Awards 2014
The Ship Efficiency Awards, hosted by Lloyd’s Register, will recognise and
celebrate the organisations and individuals within the maritime sector that are
excelling in efficient operations, implementing fresh thinking, offering proven
efficiency benefits and advancing technological innovation.
The winners of each category will be announced at an exclusive afternoon drinks
reception following on from the main Ship Efficiency conference and exhibition
being held at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London on 2 October
For further information about the Ship Efficiency Awards 2014, to vote or register your attendance please visit: https://www.fathomshippingevents.com/ship-efficiency-the-awards.html
About Ship Efficiency: The Event 2014
Ship Efficiency: The Event, in association with Inmarsat, will take place between
1-2 October at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, with speakers
from across the maritime industry providing insight and stimulating discussion
about efficiency solutions, strategies and technologies. Also, an exhibition will run
alongside the event, showcasing innovative solutions from a number of technology
Over 250 attendees from across the maritime industry are expected to attend,
including ship owners & managers, class societies, brokers, charterers, bankers &
insurers, academics, lawyers, regulators and maritime technology providers.
Fathom pride themselves as being the information specialists on maritime efficiency.
Through a unique mix of highly regarded print publications, online data portals,
conferences, bespoke consultancy and more, Fathom creates accessible knowledge on
key challenges facing owners, operators and the wider industry, through identifying
where information voids exist for specialist insight, guidance and decision support
services to assist in and inform decision making.
Fathom has published a range of technical publications to serve the thirst for
knowledge in the industry, including ‘Ship Efficiency: The Guide’ ‘Ballast water
Management: The Guide’ ‘The Step-By-Step SEEMP Manual’ and ‘Emission Control
Areas: The Guide’ amongst many others.