Giovanni Margaria, Director, Technical Regulations
Speakers at this conference
Rolf Willkrans, Director of Environmental Affairs
Axel Friedrich, Former Head of Division, Environment & Transport
Martin Flach, Product Director
Duncan Engeham, Technical Project Leader
Rainer Vogt, Team Leader, Environment & Health
Meinrad Signer, General Manager, Arbon Tech Center
Manlio Mattei, Manager R&D Engines
Susanne Leifheit, Powertrain Development, Authorities and Regulations
Andy Walker, HDD Global Technology Director
Peter Scherm, General Manager
Par Gabrielsson, Program Leader
Michael Himmen, Head of Sales and Marketing
Matt Rushing, Director of Product Management
Martin Wold, Consultant
Michael Aschaber, Engineering Manager
Monica Baker, Research Manager
Nikolas Hill, Knowledge Leader ‐ Transport Technology and Fuels
Stig Arve Jepsen, Sales Manager, Automotive Catalysts
Vedat Akgun, Manager, Business Development and Industrial Relations
Tue Johannessen, Chief Technology Officer
Vincent Lenoir, Product Manager Fluid Quality Sensors
Winfried Doelling, Manager Business Development, Marketing
Yoichi Kamiya, Director of Climate Change Office
Toru Nakao, Product Development Division
Torben Skyum-Jensen, Regional Director, BU-ESA
Markku Honkanen, Technical Advisor
Svante Törnquist, Administrative Officer
Tim Cheyne, Director - Environment & Emissions
Tommy Johnsen, Technical Director
Stefan Larsson, Director Regulatory Projects
Juergen Stein, Manager, Emissions & Regulatory Affairs
Dr Ingo Mikulic, Applications Leader
David Hanngren, Product Planning, Engines
Dr. Timothy Johnson, Director, Emerging Regulations & Technologies
Edmund Hughes, Marine Environment Division
Finn Coyle, Environmental Manager, Transport Emissions
Chris Goodfellow, Analyst
Bennett K.F. Ng, Marine Surveyor
Alistair Walshaw, Team Leader Emissions Co-ordination
Alex Woodrow, Managing Director
Anders Röj, Manager, Fuels and Lubricants
Andy Wright, Consultant - Fuel and Air Pollution Controls
Antti Marttinen, Manager, Product Management – Global Engine Installations
Francisco Ayala Sanchez, Product Manager - AdBlue
Frank Cook, Senior VP Technology
Johannes Ebner, Principal Consultant
Joel Op de Beeck, SCR Project Manager
Joseph McCarney, Chairman
Adrian O'Connell, Manager – Europe & Africa
Kris van Mullem, Chief Executive Officer
Joakim Reimer Thøgersen, VP, Environmental R&D
Jeroen Schoonderbeek, Commercial Manager Air 1
Göran Hellén, Senior Manager
Galen Hon, Consultant
Hanne Lundgreen, Sales Director NOxCare 40
Jakob Seiler, Technical Engineer (SCR infrastructure)
Jason Lower, Executive Vice President
Marco Landis, Agricultural Engineering Systems
Papers now available
If you missed this year’s event, you still have the chance to purchase the presentations and access to the interactive delegate list for a fraction of the delegate ticket price.
You will receive:
- Presentations: Access to all the presentations which featured at the 2012 conference – giving you a comprehensive understanding of current and future developments in Europe’s diesel emissions markets.
- Interactive delegate list: Access to our interactive delegate list, allowing you to contact those who attended the 2012 Europe conference directly.
Diesel Emissions Conference Europe 2012
- CO2 emissions reduction in commercial vehicles – what legislation can be expected and what are the best solutions and technologies?
- NO2 levels in urban areas – possible legislation and solutions
- Addressing the challenge of particulate number counting
- New and innovative emissions reduction technology choices for Euro VI
- Euro VI – early testing and possible amendments to the legislation
- Alternative fuels, lubricants and engine technology
- Stage IIIB – initial results of vehicles testing and use
- Stage IV legislative update and vehicle manufacturers’ initial strategies
- Emissions reduction technology choices for non-road vehicles
- Future plans for non road emissions reduction legislation and harmonisation of vehicle regulations
- IMO Tier III requirements – challenges and solutions for ship owners, engine manufacturers and technology suppliers.
- NOx abatement technology choices – the advantages and disadvantages of an SCR and EGR systems.
- SOx and PM requirements for the marine sector.
AdBlue Forum 2012
- Indentifying new demand for AdBlue from emerging markets – Turkey and Russia
- New opportunities in the marine sector – how can AdBlue stakeholders benefit from the new IMO Tier III legislation?
- AdBlue infrastructure development and use in the non-road sector – what are the remaining challenges?
Many industry experts believe the exact number of particulates should be counted, not just the overall particulate matter emitted from the vehicle. Legislators and engine manufacturers are currently discussing the possible implementation of regulations for particulate number counting and the optimum measurement technology that could be used.
It is widely believed that next stage in emissions legislation will move away from the ‘Euro’ stage framework, and focus on CO2 reduction and NO2 issues in urban areas.
With the truck market reporting a slow rise in truck numbers, many European manufacturers are now focusing on emerging markets – USA, India, Russia and Japan – to benefit from economic potential in these countries.
Alongside new legislation for the on-road market, Stage IIIB for Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) will be implemented in 2013. It is expected that early testing results will be available in mid-2012. However, many stakeholders are already focusing on their strategy for Stage IV, which is due to be implemented in 2014.
Some are also looking ahead to possible CO2 reduction requirements for NRMM, and a similar particulate mass/number counting challenge being looked at in the on-road arena.
Pending a review in 2013, Tier III NOx limits will be implemented in 2016 for all new ships operating in Emissions Control Areas (ECAs). Tier III requires an aftertreatment system in engines, and most have opted for Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems for the similar benefits realized by the rest of the Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) industry. Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) is also still an option, and could prove more useful for a number of applications.
This potentially creates a new revenue stream for providers of diesel emissions technologies, but marine vessels present a number of unique challenges which set them aside from other non-road machines, and require much more than a one size fits all service.
As the AdBlue market in Europe begins to mature, stakeholders are now looking towards new opportunities in emerging markets. Attention turns to Russia – where Euro IV emissions regulations were introduced in January 2012 – and the marine sector.
Early testing of non-road vehicles fitted SCR technology has been positive. The demand for AdBlue in this sector will continue to grow as Stage IIIB requirements are implemented in 2013 and Stage IV follows in 2014. One key issue that is still being discussed at length is the need for a strong and sustainable distribution network for all non-road vehicles using AdBlue.
OFFSETTING CO2 EMISSIONS, SUPPORTED BY WEMA
We are pleased to announce Wema as the environmental sponsor at this year’s conference.
Climate change is the most pressing global issue facing us all, with potential for significant community, biodiversity and environmental consequences across the world. To take responsibility for our impact on the climate, Integer in partnership with Wema are offsetting the carbon emissions from our events through ClimateCare.
ClimateCare is an organisation that reduces global greenhouse gas emissions on behalf of companies and individuals. These reductions are made through a range of projects around the world that not only make real reductions in carbon emissions, but also make a difference to people’s lives.
To find out more about ClimateCare and emission reduction projects, visit www.jpmorganclimatecare.com