DNV GL Danmark

Gas as Ship Fuel

Training course providing an overview about the current developments in the field of gas as ship fuel.

Objectives

To give an overview about the current developments in the field of gas as ship fuel.


Entrance regulations

Basic maritime knowledge

Who should attend:
Shipping Companies: Management: Tech. Director (CTO), Managing Director (CEO); Inspection: Superintendent, Fleet Manager, Chief Operating Officer, CSO;
Quality / ISM: Quality Manager, Designated Person; Commercial Dept.: Commercial Manager, Marketing and Sales Manager
Yard Management: Tech. Director (CTO), Managing Director (CEO), Design: Design Manager, Engineers (Naval Architects)
Supplier (M&C): Management: Tech. Director (CTO), Engineers: Engineers
Industry and Service Provider: Management: Managing Director (CEO), Plant Manager, Production Manager, Design Manager, Head of Department (HoD)

Duration: 1 day


Increasing limitations on the use of conventional fuel and rising fuel prices demand new solutions for marine transport: Gas as fuel may be an alternative for some shipping companies.
This course provides an overview of gas as ship fuel with special focus on the components of a gas fuelled propulsion system.
Drawing on different examples from research and industry the differences between gas-fuelled and other conventionally propelled vessels (HFO/MGO) are examined in an interactive workshop approach.
The economic and environmental advantages of this fuel will be highlighted as well as the current status of rule development.

The course focuses on:

  • Properties of liquefied gases
  • Applicable rules and regulations
  • Tank and pipe systems and ventilation
  • Safety-related aspects of a gas fuelled propulsion system
  • Ship type considerations

Objectives

To give an overview about the current developments in the field of gas as ship fuel.


Entrance regulations

Basic maritime knowledge

Who should attend:
Shipping Companies: Management: Tech. Director (CTO), Managing Director (CEO); Inspection: Superintendent, Fleet Manager, Chief Operating Officer, CSO;
Quality / ISM: Quality Manager, Designated Person; Commercial Dept.: Commercial Manager, Marketing and Sales Manager
Yard Management: Tech. Director (CTO), Managing Director (CEO), Design: Design Manager, Engineers (Naval Architects)
Supplier (M&C): Management: Tech. Director (CTO), Engineers: Engineers
Industry and Service Provider: Management: Managing Director (CEO), Plant Manager, Production Manager, Design Manager, Head of Department (HoD)

Duration: 1 day


Increasing limitations on the use of conventional fuel and rising fuel prices demand new solutions for marine transport: Gas as fuel may be an alternative for some shipping companies.
This course provides an overview of gas as ship fuel with special focus on the components of a gas fuelled propulsion system.
Drawing on different examples from research and industry the differences between gas-fuelled and other conventionally propelled vessels (HFO/MGO) are examined in an interactive workshop approach.
The economic and environmental advantages of this fuel will be highlighted as well as the current status of rule development.

The course focuses on:

  • Properties of liquefied gases
  • Applicable rules and regulations
  • Tank and pipe systems and ventilation
  • Safety-related aspects of a gas fuelled propulsion system
  • Ship type considerations

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