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NSML – MCOE participates at the 7th IMarEST Conference

NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML) participated at the recently concluded 7th IMarEST Ballast Water Technology conference which held online from 17th – 18th March 2021. The conference brought together global leaders in ship operations, technology development and regulatory compliance to examine the path ahead for compliance monitoring programmes and next generation practices/technologies arising from adoption of the Ballast Water Management Convention.

NSML, represented by the Maritime Centre of Excellence (MCOE), presented a paper on “The Installation of Ballast Water Management System on LNG ships”. The MCOE team of Dr. Ekanem Effiong-Attah, Messrs Sunday Umele and Sunday Adacha participated at the various sessions over the 2-day programme; and their submissions were well received.

IMarEST (Institute of Marine Engineering & Shipping Technology) is the international membership body and learned society for marine professionals operating in marine engineering, science and technology. It has a worldwide membership of 21,000 individuals and based in 128 countries.

NLNG Ship Management Limited (NSML) participated at the recently concluded 7th IMarEST Ballast Water Technology conference which held online from 17th – 18th March 2021. The conference brought together global leaders in ship operations, technology development and regulatory compliance to examine the path ahead for compliance monitoring programmes and next generation practices/technologies arising from adoption of the Ballast Water Management Convention.

NSML, represented by the Maritime Centre of Excellence (MCOE), presented a paper on “The Installation of Ballast Water Management System on LNG ships”. The MCOE team of Dr. Ekanem Effiong-Attah, Messrs Sunday Umele and Sunday Adacha participated at the various sessions over the 2-day programme; and their submissions were well received.

IMarEST (Institute of Marine Engineering & Shipping Technology) is the international membership body and learned society for marine professionals operating in marine engineering, science and technology. It has a worldwide membership of 21,000 individuals and based in 128 countries.

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