Energy Efficiency

Energy Efficiency

International maritime shipping was appraised to have emitted 1046 million tonnes of CO2 in 2007, representing 3.3 per cent of the world global CO2 emission.It is foreseen to increase by factor two to three from 2007 to 2050 in absence of reduction action (Buhaug, et al., 2009). In line with those issue, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) has required implementing energy efficiency instruments included in Chapter 4 of MARPOL Annex VI. Hence, having Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) for all existing ships over 400 GT and attained Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) for new building of several ship types are mandatory from 1st January 2013.In the domestic regulation, based on the Presidential Decree No. 29/2012, Indonesia has formally ratified to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL Convention), Annexes III, IV, V and VI.

EEDI

The EEDI is a performance-based mechanism that allows the choice of technologies that used to achieve a certain energy efficiency level. It addresses to improve the energy efficiency by requiring minimum energy efficiency level for new ships. The purpose of EEDI is to encourage the successive of technical development in all components influencing the energy efficiency of the ship by separating the technical and design based measures from the operational means. Furthermore, it is used as a comparison of the energy efficiency of individual ships to similar ships with the same size which can have the same transport work performance.

The EEDI requirement is applicable for the following ‘new building’ ship types of 400 GT and above:

-        Bulk carrier

-        Gas carrier

-        LNG carrier (contracted on or after 1 September 2015)

-        Cruise passenger ship having non-conventional propulsion (contracted on or after 1 September 2015)

-        Tanker

-        Container ship

-        General cargo ship

-        Ro-ro cargo ship (vehicle carrier) (contracted on or after 1 September 2015)

-        Ro-ro cargo ship (contracted on or after 1 September 2015)

-        Ro-ro passenger ship (contracted on or after 1 September 2015)

-        Refrigerated cargo carrier

-        Combination carrier

 

In line with those energy efficiency regulations, BKI has released the new service namely the “issuance of the Statement of Verification (SoV) for EEDI”.The SoV may ease the effort in obtaining International Energy Efficiency Certificate (IEEC) from the flag administration. This service is supported by the GreenPADMA-EEDI software to help surveyor and engineer to calculate and verify the index of EEDI.

By providing those new services, BKI as a state-owned classification society shows the commitment to continuously assist customers especially the shipping industries, in order to implement new regulations effectively through the development of support tools.

For further inquiries please contact:

BKI Statutory Division

Yos Sudarso 38-40

Jakarta, 14320

Indonesia

Phone   : +62 21 436 1899, 436 1901, 436 1903, 436 1904

Fax       : +62 21 4390 1974

Email    : sta@bki.co.id      

SEEMP & EEOI

The SEEMP is an operational measure that establishes a mechanism to improve the energy efficiency of a ship in a cost effective manner. The SEEMP implementation is basically carried out by monitoring and collecting data during the voyage through engine room log book, on-line energy consumption measurement and other ship’s documentation. The main benefits of SEEMP are improving performance while helping the environment as well as to achieve operational cost saving through optimizing energy utilization. SEEMP was providing a tool for ship-owners to monitor efficiency performance via the Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI). This approach is proposed as the most relevant indicator tool and planned to be enforced by IMO. The EEOI is defined as an efficiency indicator for all ships obtained from the ratio of mass of CO2 emitted per unit transport of work.

SEEMP is required by MARPOL Annex VI Regulation 22 and mandatory for all ships of 400 GT and above.

In line with those energy efficiency regulations, BKI has released the new service namely the “issuance of the Statement of Verification (SoV) for EEOI”. The SoV may ease the effort in obtaining International Energy Efficiency Certificate (IEEC) from the flag administration. This service is supported by the GreenPADMA-EEOI software to help surveyor and engineer to verify the value of EEOI.

By providing those new services, BKI as a state-owned classification society shows the commitment to continuously assist customers especially the shipping industries, in order to implement new regulations effectively through the development of support tools.

For further inquiries please contact:

BKI Statutory Division

Yos Sudarso 38-40

Jakarta, 14320

Indonesia

Phone   : +62 21 436 1899, 436 1901, 436 1903, 436 1904

Fax       : +62 21 4390 1974

Email    : sta@bki.co.id

DCS

In the domestic regulation, based on the Presidential Decree No. 29/2012, Indonesia has formally ratified to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL Convention), Annexes III, IV, V and VI.

The IMO-MEPC 70th session held in London on 24-28 October 2016 has adopted mandatory requirements for ships to record and report their fuel consumption, namely Data Collection System (DCS). These requirements have amended into Regulation 22A of MARPOL Annex VI. The Regulation will be requiring ships of 5,000GT and above to start collecting fuel oil consumption data and report it to the IMO database. These amendments will enter into force on 1st March 2018 and the first reporting period will be commenced for the 2019 calendar year.

Collected data must be reported to a ship’s flag state after the end of each calendar year. The reporting process and provisions will be verified by administration or RO,in accordance with the Annex VI requirements before issuing a Statement of Compliance of the DCS to the ship. Administrations will then submit aggregated data to the IMO Ship Fuel Oil Consumption Database for anonymised publication. The data to be submitted includes ship type and size, power engine, fuel consumption, as well as distance travelled from berth to berth and hours not at berth.

In order to assist the customer for compliance of the regulation, BKI develops GreenPADMA Data Collection System (GP-DCS) App tool for owners and ship operators to document the required data with standardized IMO reporting format. The GP-DCS App has received recommendation from the Directorate of shipping &seafarer to be used in Indonesian flagged ships. In addition, these application can be used by companies, ship owners or ship operators with free of charge.

For further inquiries please contact:

BKI Statutory Division

Yos Sudarso 38-40

Jakarta, 14320

Indonesia

Phone   : +62 21 436 1899, 436 1901, 436 1903, 436 1904

Fax       : +62 21 4390 1974

Email    : sta@bki.co.id

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