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PROGRAMME


DAY 1 – Tuesday 10 May 2016

TIME

SESSION

TOPIC

SPEAKER

08.00 – 10.40


Registration of participants

10.40 – 11.15

Opening of the Conference

Mr. Darko Domović, OSEC, Matulji, Croatia (Welcome address on behalf of the organizers)

Mr. Ivo Dujmić, Mayor, Opatija, Croatia (Welcome address on behalf of the host town)

Mr. Gabino Gonzalez, Head of Office, REMPEC, Malta (Welcome address on behalf of IMO and REMPEC)

Mr. Kerem Kemerli, Director, MEKE, Turkey and Executive Committee Member, ISCO, U.K (welcome address on behalf of ISCO)

Capt. Goran Šarin, Deputy Minister, MPPI, Zagreb, Croatia (Opening address)

11.15 – 12.30

Session I.1 ARE WE PREPARED? (Moderated by: Darko Domović, OSEC)

11.15

1.1

Developments in the Mediterranean region since the last ADRIASPILLCON (May 2013) and future activities

Gabino Gonzalez, REMPEC, Malta

11.40

1.2

When is oil spill preparedness too expensive?

Richard Johnson, ITOPF, U.K.

12.05

1.3

Further development of the Croatian system for preparedness and response – the perspectives

Lukša Čičovački, MPPI, Croatia

12.30 – 14.00


Opening of the Exhibition / Welcome drinks / Reception

14.00 – 15.15

Session I.2 ARE WE PREPARED? (Moderated by: Gabino Gonzalez, REMPEC)

14.00

1.4

Albania in the framework of OPRC - present state and future actions

Elson Thana, MTI, Albania

14.15

1.5

Development of the B&H national preparedness and response system

Admir Aladžuz, HEIS, BIH

14.30

1.6

The response to marine pollution in the Italian planning

Dr. Gabriele Peschiulli, Lt. Cdr. ITCG/ MATTM, Italy

14.45

1.7

Montenegro VTMIS and Protection of sea from pollution

Žarko Lukšić / Predrag Ratković, MSD, Montenegro

15.00

1.8

Pollution preparedness and response of Slovenia

Jadran Klinec, URSP, Slovenia

15.15 – 15.45


Coffee break

15.45 – 17.00

Session I.3 ARE WE PREPARED? (Moderated by: Malek Smaoui, REMPEC)

15.45

1.9

Recent developments within the international compensation regime

Mark Homan, IOPC Funds, U.K.

16.10

1.10

Overview of EMSA’s pollution response services

Teresa Cunha, EMSA, Portugal

16.35

1.11

It can be done (if we really want to)

Darko Domović, OSEC, Croatia




17.00 – 18.00


Ad hoc meeting of REMPEC national OPRC Focal Points




19.00


Official dinner

 

DAY 2 – Wednesday, 11 May 2016

TIME

SESSION

TOPIC

SPEAKER

09.00 – 10.30

Session II.1 FACING NEW RISKS AND CHALLENGES: OFFSHORE ACTIVITIES IN THE ADRIATIC (Moderated by: Teresa Cunha, EMSA)

09.00

2.1

Mediterranean Offshore Action Plan

Gabino Gonzalez, REMPEC, Malta

09.30

2.2

Directive 2013/30/EU on safety of offshore oil and gas operations – some issues related to transposition and implementation

Prof. Dr. Henning Jessen, ISS/RF/HU, Germany

10.00

2.3

Offshore and shipping spills – what’s the difference?

Richard Johnson, ITOPF, U.K.

10.30 – 11.00


Coffee break

11.00 – 12.30

Session II.2 FACING NEW RISKS AND CHALLENGES: OFFSHORE ACTIVITIES IN THE ADRIATIC (Moderated by: Lukša Čičovački, MPPI)

11.00

2.4

EMSA response tools for responding to spills from offshore installations

Teresa Cunha, EMSA, Portugal

11.20

2.5

Marisa N – Stand-by oil spill response vessel

Stefano Chianese / Stefano Casu, Castalia, Italy

11.30

2.6

Croatian regulations concerning safety in offshore activities

Dr. Mišo Mudrić, PF/SZ, Croatia

11.50

2.7

Integrated Surveillance System for the offshore platforms

Comm. Gabriele Peschiulli, Lt. Cdr. ITCG/ MATTM, Italy

12.10

2.8

Environmental Impact Assesstment in Coastal Area

Prof. Dr. Axel Luttenberger, PFRI, Croatia

12.30 – 14.00


Lunch break

14.00 – 15.00

Session II.3 FACING NEW RISKS AND CHALLENGES: OFFSHORE ACTIVITIES IN THE ADRIATIC (Moderated by: Richard Johnson, ITOPF)

14.00

2.9

Setting up a Tier 3 base

Kerem Kemerli, MEKE, Turkey

14.20

2.10

Overcoming barriers

Andrew Nicoll, OSRL, U.K.

14.40

2.11

Marine environment protection and offshore platforms in Italian seas: an overview

Ezio Amato, Michela Mannozzi, Raffaella Piermarini, ISPRA, Italy

15.00 – 15.30


Coffee break

15.30 – 17.00

Session III.1 PRACTICAL, TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF SPILL RESPONSE (Moderated by: Darko Domović, OSEC)

15.30

3.1

VIREX 2014 – a complex international spill response exercise

Zvonimir Dorkin, Zadar County, Croatia

16.00

3.2

ATRAC –Adriatic Training and Research Centre

Vedran Martinić, ATRAC,Croatia

16.30

3.3

Oil terminal and pipeline – no place for an accident 

Sonja Štiglić, JANAF, Croatia

 

DAY 3 – Thursday, 12 May 2016

TIME

SESSION

TOPIC

SPEAKER

09.00 – 10.30

Session III.2 PRACTICAL, TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF SPILL RESPONSE (Moderated by: Kerem Kemerli, MEKE)

09.00

3.4

Advances in oil spill response equipment

Richard Hill, LAMOR,U.K. / Finland

09.30

3.5

A speedy response to oil spills

Kevin Bond, DESMI Ro-clean, U.K.

10.00

3.6

Elastec BoomVane – boom deployment system

Robert Balawender, RB Consulting/Elastec, Poland / USA

10.30 – 11.00


Coffee break

11.00 – 12.30

Session III.3 PRACTICAL, TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC ASPECTS OF SPILL RESPONSE (Moderated by: Vedran Martinić, ATRAC)

11.00

3.7

Croatian shipowners and environment protection

Maja Markovčić Kostelac, CSA Mare Nostrum, Croatia

11.30

3.8

Backtracking polluters in the Northern Adriatic Sea

Marko Perković, Peter Vidmar, FPP, Slovenia

12.00

3.9

MEDESS and WITOIL tools for oil spill forecasting capabilities

Giovanni Coppini, CMCC, Italy

12.30 – 13.15

Closing Session

NOTE: The authors reserve the right to change the title of the presentation. The organizers reserve the right to make changes in the programme in accordance with the availability of individual speakers.

EMSA European Maritime Safety Agency (Lisabon, Portugal)
FPP Fakulteta za pomorstvo in promet, Univerza v Ljubljani / Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport, University of Ljubljana (Portorož, Slovenia)
IOPC Funds International Oil Pollution Compensation Funds (London, U.K.)
ITOPF International Tanker Owners Pollution Federation Ltd. (London, U.K.)
MATTM Ministero dell’Ambiente e della Tutela del Territorio e del Mare / Ministry of Environment and of the Protection of Land and Sea (Rome, Italy)
MOIG Mediterranean Oil Industry Group (Tunis, Tunisia)
MPPI Ministarstvo pomorstva, prometa i infrastrukture Republike Hrvatske / Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure, Republic of Croatia (Zagreb, Croatia)
MSD Uprava pomorske sigurnosti / Maritime Safety Department (Bar, Montenegro)
MTI Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (Tirana, Albania)
PF/SZ Pravni fakultet, Sveučilište u Zagrebu / Faculty of Law, University of Zagreb (Zagreb, Croatia)
PGŽ Primorsko – goranska županija / Primorje – Gorski Kotar County (Rijeka, Croatia)
REMPEC Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea (Valletta, Malta)
ISS/RF/UH Institut für Seerecht und Seehandelsrecht, Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät, Universität Hamburg / Institute for law of the Sea and Maritime Law, Fakulty of Law, University of Hamburg (Hamburg, Germany)
URSP Slovenian Maritime Administration / Uprava Republike Slovenije za pomorstvo (Koper, Slovenia)
URSZR Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief / Uprava Republike Slovenije za zaščito in reševanje (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

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