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1 LNG FUEL PROPULSION IN RMDC PROJECTS GDAŃSK 2014

2 Why LNG? Reasons: increasingly strict environmental regulations increased pressure to use alternative fuel for transportation (goal of reducing petroleum consumption); natural gas (NG) is a clear leader, offering benefits for the environment and energy security rising bunker oil prices natural gas is cheaper a price prognosis published by US Energy Information Administration (EIA) shows that the disparity of prices between oil and gas fuels will systematically increase in coming 30 years (4,6% annualy); crude oil is predicted to reach a price three times higher than natural gas; it is also easily accessible natural gas technology and infrastructure is proven and available today (numerous new terminals are built or planed increases); the number of producing and importing countries has doubled in the past fifteen years, and industry experts anticipate that this growth will continue

3 Why LNG? Challenges: LNG tanks typically require 2 to 3 times more space than a diesel tank since natural gas must be stored either liquefied or compressed, these storage tanks are also more expensive (the new-build cost of LNG-fulled ships is about 10-20% higher than for equivalent dieselfulled ships)

4 Classification society and Maritime Organizations requirements IMO Resolution MSC.285 (86) Interim Guidelines on Safety for Natural Gas-Fuelled Engine Installations in Ships (adopted on 1 June 2009); IGF Code IMO Draft - International Code of Safety for Ships Using Gases or Other Low Flashpoint Fuels; IGC Code IMO International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk; Classification Society Rules for Propulsion and Auxiliary Systems for Gas Fueled Ships; MARPOL 73/78 (International Convention on the Prevention of Pollution from Ships) Annex VI requirements

5 Our References - LNG fuelled ships Ferries and passenger vessels: Ro-ro ferries Ro-pax ferries Cargo carriers: LNG/Ethylene/LPG Carrier Offshore vessels: Platform supply vessels Wind farm service vessels

6 LNG fuelled ships - LNG fuelled ferries Project name: Vestfjord (LMG) Ship Type: Ro-Pax Ferry Shipowner: Torghatten Nord Flag: NOR, NMD TRADE AREA B Class: DNV +1A1 R0 Car Ferry A GAS FUELED [nor] No of vessels: 4 (Landegode, Vaeroy, Baroy, Lodingen) Builder: Remontowa Shipbuilding

7 Vestfjord Project The design comes in two versions: Inner and Outer. Basic difference is the underwater body shape and the propulsion configuration. The first two ferries (Landegode and Vaeroy) are destined basically for the open sea route between Bodo and Lofoten islands, while the remaining two units (Baroy and Lodingen) are to operate between Tysfjord and Hinnoya island. The ferries are operating in difficult weather conditions beyond the polar circle.

8 Vestfjord characteristics Main dimensions: Length over all (Inner/Outer) 90,0/93,0 m Moulded breadth / Max. breadth 16,8 m / 17,3 m Design draught 4,0 m Depth to main deck 5,5 m Service speed (Inner/Outer) 12/17 knots Max. speed (Inner/Outer) 15/19 knots Capacity: Max. Persons onboard 399 persons Max. Cars (PBE) 4,3 x 1,85 m 120 cars Max. Trucks (VTE) 18,75 x 2,6 m 12 trucks +30 cars (PBE) Deadweight 650 t

9 Vestfjord propulsion system Main (gas) engine (Inner) (Outer) Standby genset (Inner/Outer) Electric motor/ shaft generator (Inner/Outer) Gas pressure to the engine Max. operating pressure Machinery: 1 x 2430 kw Rolls Royce C26:33L9PG; 1000 rpm 1 x 5250 kw Rolls Royce B35:40 V12 PG; 750 rpm Gas System: Diesel driven electric generator 930 kw / 2200 kw mechanical power 800 kw / 1900 kw 4,5-6,5 bar g 7,2 bar g Total gas consumption (Inner/Outer) 510 Nm 3 /h / 1090 Nm 3 /h LNG calorific / LNG density LHV 36,0 MJ/Nm 3 / 450 kg/nm 3 NOx emission 1,3 fe/kwhl Filling ratio 95% No of bunkering stations 1 Emergency generator Emergency system: 150 kw electric power, diesel oil fuelled, Nordhavn

10 Vestfjord Engine

11 Vestfjord LNG tank

12 LNG fuelled ships - LNG fuelled ferries Project Name: SKS 125 (LMG) Ship Type: Ro-Ro Passenger Ferry Shipowner: Fjord 1 Flag: NMD TRADE AREA 2 Class: DNV+1A1 Car Ferry B E0 R4 CLEAN GAS FUELLED No of vessels: 4 (Moldefjord, Fannefjord, Romsdalsfjord, Korsfjord) Builder: Remontowa Shipbuilding

13 SKS 125 characteristics Main dimensions: Length over all 122,2 m Moulded breadth / Max. breadth 16,2 m/16,7 m Design draught 3,5 m Depth to main deck 4,8 m Service speed 11 knots Max. speed 16 knots Capacity: Max. Persons onboard 390 persons Max. Cars (PBE) 4,3 x 1,85 m 130 cars Max. Trucks (VTE) 18,75 x 2,6 m 12 trucks + 55 cars (PBE) Deadweight 850 t

14 SKS 125 propulsion system Machinery: Main (gas) engines 2 x 900 kw Mitsubishi GS16R MPTK, 1500 rpm Diesel generator (standby) 1 x 1110 kw Mitsubishi S12R MPTA, 1500 rpm Gas pressure to the engine 3,2-8,5 bar g Gas System: Max. operating pressure 8,5 bar g Total gas consumption 435 Nm 3 /h LNG calorific LHV 36,0 MJ/Nm 3 LNG density 450 kg/nm 3 Filling ratio 90% No of bunkering stations 1

15 SKS 125 Engine

16 SKS 125 LNG tank

17 LNG fuelled ships - LNG fuelled ferries Project Name: SKS 165 (LMG) Ship Type: Ro-Ro Passenger Ferry Shipowner: Norled / Tide SJO Flag: NMD TRADE AREA 2 Class: DNV +1A1 R4 Car Ferry B E0 GAS Fuelled [nor] No of vessels: 2 Builder: Remontowa Shipbuilding

18 SKS 165 Project Designed ships are the world s first vessels powered only by LNG fuel. These ships belong to the largest ones in their class of green ships operating in Norway. An optional adventage is low operational cost of newbuilts due to reduced number of the crew and fuel consumption.

19 SKS 165 characteristics Main dimensions: Length over all Moulded breadth / Max. breadth Design draught Depth to main deck Service speed Capacity: Max. Persons onboard Max. Cars (PBE) 4,3 x 1,85 m Max. Trucks (VTE) 18,75 x 2,6 m Deadweight 123,7 m 17,7 m / 18,2 m 3,5 m 5,1 m 16 knots 550 persons 165 cars 12 trucks 750 t

20 SKS 165 propulsion system Main (gas) engines Main generators Gas pressure to the engine Machinery: 4 x 960 kw Diesel Power GS16R-PTK 4 x 930 kw 4 7,5 bar g Max. operating pressure Gas System: 8 bar g Total gas consumption 930 Nm 3 /h LNG calorific LHV 36,62 MJ/Nm 3 LNG density 450 kg/nm 3 Filling ratio 95% No of bunkering stations 1 Additional technical requirements Holding Time: 60 days without gas consumption Emergency system: LNG Gensets fuelled in emergency situation by CNG, CNG battery bank bottles V=3,2 m3 (total), pressure: 200 bar g reduced to 8 bar g

21 LNG fuelled ships - LNG fuelled ferries Project Name: Samso Ship Type: Ro-ro Passenger Ferry Shipowner: Samsoe Kommune Flag: Danish Maritime Authority Class: DNV +1A1 ICE-C Car Ferry B R2 E0 BIS GAS FULLED No of vessels: 1 Builder: Remontowa Shipbuilding

22 Samso characteristics Main dimensions: Length over all Moulded breadth / Max. breadth Scantling/Design draught Depth to main deck Speed 99,91 m 18,5 m 3,2 m/3,0 m 5,2 m 15,5 knots Capacity: Max. Persons onboard Max. Cars (PBE) 4,3 x 1,85 m Max. Trucks (VTE) 19,5 x 2,6 m Deadweight 600 persons 160 cars 16 trucks 650 t

23 Samso propulsion system Machinery: Main gensets Emergency generator Gas pressure to the engine Dual fuel (LNG/MDO) 4 x 1056 kw 200 kva, 1800 rpm 4 7,5 bar g Gas System: Max. operating pressure 9 bar g Total gas consumption 1000 Nm 3 /h LNG calorific LHV 35,5 MJ/Nm 3 LNG density 450 kg/nm 3 Filling ratio 90% No of bunkering stations 1 Additional technical requirements Holding Time: 40 days without gas consumption

24 LNG fuelled ships - LNG fuelled cargo carrier Project Name: Coral Methane Ship Type: LNG/LEG/LPG Carrier Shipowner: Anthony Veder Flag: Dutch Class: BV: I *HULL *MACH *AUT-UMS, Liquefied gas carrier type 2G, Unrestricted Navigation, ICE CLASS IB, AVM-DPS, MON- SHAFT, CLEANSHIP SUPER, COLD, INWATERSURVEY No of vessels: 1 Builder: Remontowa Shipbuilding

25 Coral Methane Project Coral Methane s complete gas/diesel-electric propulsion system includes 2 Rolls-Royce gas gensets, 2 diesel gensets, electric system and 2 Azipull 120 thrusters with pulling propellers and a bow tunnel thruster. The gas engine-powered gensets running on Boil-Off Gas (BOG) when the ship is loaded with LNG and diesel gensets are operated while the ship is in ballast or carrying gas cargoes other than LNG. The vessel is graded as a Cleanship Super vessel by the maritime grading authority Bureau Veritas. In 2008 the Coral Methane won the Innovation Award of the Royal Association of Dutch Shipowners

26 Coral Methane characteristics Main dimensions: Length over all 117,8 m Moulded breadth 18,6 m Design draught/scantling draught 6,8 m/7,15 m Depth to main deck 10,6 m Speed 15,5 knots LNG Cargo systems: Cargo tanks 7500 m 3 (2 x 3750 m 3 ) Deck tank 80 m 3 Gas buffer tank 20 m 3 Max. operating pressure 3,0 bar g Max cargo density 650 kg/m 3 Other: Accomodation 19 persons Deadweight 4700 t (at LNG draught)

27 Coral Methane propulsion system HFO diesel gensets LNG fuelled gensets Propulsion motors Bow thruster Machinery: Rolls-Royce 2 x 3840 kw, 720 rpm Rolls-Royce 2 x 2600 kw, 720 rpm Azimuth thrusters 2 x 2500 kw 600 kw / 1200 rpm

28 Coral Methane propulsion system Gas buffer tank Deck tank NG supply line single wall type Nitrogen buffer tank Cargo tank LNG genset Cargo tank

29 LNG fuelled ships - LNG fuelled wind farm supply vessel Project name: RMDC 2799 (concept design) Ship Type: OSV (WFSV) Class: DNV +1A1, SF, E0, DYNPOS-AUTR

30 RMDC 2799 characteristics Main dimensions: Length over all Moulded breadth Design draught Depth to main deck Speed Capacity: Cargo tanks 86,45 m 18,5 m 6,0 m 7,5 m 14,5 knots 600 m 3 (fuel oil) Deck area 530 m 2 LNG tank capacity 2 x 190 m 3 Fuel oil tank capacity 600 m 3 Deadweight Other: Accomodation 2300 t 15 crew 1 person cabins + 45 special crew 1 person cabins

31 RMDC 2799 propulsion system Thruster motor LNG tank Dual fuel genset

32 Conclusions: LNG is an alternative available to Shipowners as they adept propulsion systems to comply with the strict IMO requirements governing ship emissions being introduced over the coming decade. Using LNG ensures that a ship will meet all planed emission restrictions, including the January 2016 Tier III nitrogen oxides (NOx) provisions, without the need any additional exhaust treatment systems. Although there is some resistance from owners due to concerns about fuelling infrastructure, the concept of LNG fuelling has gradually gained acceptance and it is now a question of When? rather than If?.

33 Conclusions: It is anticipated that within 10 years a considerable share at new ships will have natural gas filling, particularly in short-sea shipping It might also be expected that, in the coming years, some ships are retrofitted to run on LNG (converting existing vessels, especially services ships with short sailing distances, from diesel to gas engines). Norwegian owners are leading the implementation of gas-fuelled engines, especially for ferries. Canadian, German and Danish Shipowners also started to be interested in LNG propulsion.

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