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Cofinanced by The project MAGALOG Marine Gas Fuel Logistics Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) as a fuel for ships Establishment of LNG supply chains in the Baltic Sea Region The Core Problem in Port Cities Welcome to The Port of Xxxxxxxxx Air pollution from ships

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The project MAGALOGMarine Gas Fuel Logistics

Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) as a fuel for ships

Establishment of LNG supply chains

in the Baltic Sea Region

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The Core Problem in Port Cities

Welcome to

The Port

of Xxxxxxxxx

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Air pollution from ships

in Cities of the Baltic Sea Region

(and others)

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SO2-Emissions 80-95% from ships

Total 417 t/a

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NOx-Emissions up to 80% from ships

Total 694 t/a

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Growing ships´ emissions in the EUSource: European Commission

  • land-based sources of air emissions are largely abated

  • but ship emissions are growing

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Project Objectives

  • A pan-Baltic Sea European project

  • To overcome the air pollution problem

  • To develop supply chains for alternative fuels

  • To secure fuel supply

  • To further the image of environmentally engaged cities, ports, ship owners

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1 LNG ferry in service in Norway Norwayfrom late 2006

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4 more LNG powered ferries Norway

in operation in Norway in 2007

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Win-win situation Norway

  • Economic benefits

  • Ecologic benefits

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Economic benefits of LNG Norway

  • Lower prices for LNG than for MDO

  • Harbour dues reduction in Sweden because of good environmental performance

  • Selling of NOx at a Norwegian exchange

  • Compliance with Marpol Annex VI

  • Compliance with the European sulphur fuel directive

  • Supply security (Gas from Norway)

  • No investments for particle filters required

  • No investments for catalizers or washing technology required

  • Future participation in CO2 sales (Kyoto mechanism)

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ecologic benefits of LNG Norway

  • 100% less of sulphur dioxides

  • 100% less particles

  • 80% less carbon hydroxides

  • 70% less nitrogen oxides

  • 50% less carbon monoxides

  • 25% less carbon dioxides

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The benefits of project participation Norway

  • Exploration of a new fuel at an early stage

  • Environmental marketing

  • Taking part in the definition of European policies

  • Prestigious collaboration in a European project

  • International and national PR

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Activities under the IEE programme Norway

  • Supply chain and market structures for alternative fuels requiring separate supply chains

  • Market demand for alternatively propelled vehicles

  • Accompanying measures

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LNG Norway

LNG

LNG Fuel Supply Chain

Importer

Gas Reserve

Exporter

Gas Production

& Liquefaction

Facilities

LNG Import &

Reception

Terminals

LNG-Feeder

Ro-Ro-Ship

(Exploration)

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Participants Norway

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Project Logic Norway

Strategic

Objectives

DetailedObjectives

expected

Results

expected

Outcomes

Workpackages

Reduction of ship borne Green-house gases and other Emissions

Good Management

Documentation

4 Reports

Reduction of ships emissions in cities and on fairways

WP 1

Project Management

2 Conferences

4 Partnership Meetings

WP 2

Communication&Dissemination

Public Relations,

Presswork,

Newsletters

Internet-Site

Electronic Infos

Invention of LNG as fuel for ships

Economic and techncial proof of viability of

LNG supply chains

WP 3

Common (IEEA) Communic. & Dissemination

© 5/02 STRÄUSSLER Europa & Strategy Consultants, Lübeck, europrojects@t-online.de

Strategic

Objective

WP 4

Market demand study for LNG powered ships

1 study on possible demand for LNG ships

Establishment of LNG supply chains

  • Establish supply chains for alternative fuels (in this project Liquid Natural Gas)

WP 5

LNG supply chain feasibility studies

Economic &

sustainable operation of LNG powered regularly commuting ships

1 overall + 6 individual LNG supply chain studies in ports and port cities

WP 6

Pilot feasibility study in Lübeck

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Deliverables Norway

  • Overall supply chain study in the Baltic Sea Region

  • Individual supply chain studies in 6 ports

  • Market demand study for LNG-powered ships

  • Preparation for pilot investments in Lübeck

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Impacts Norway

  • Contribution to MARPOL Annex VI

  • Contribution to the European fuel directive

  • Contribution to the European clean air directive

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Target Groups Norway

  • Port Cities

  • Inhabitants and tourists in Port Cities

  • Ship owners and ship operators

  • Energy suppliers and distributors

  • Ship builders and classification bodies

  • European and national bodies

  • The public

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Coordinator Norway

Steering Group

Assistant coordinator

Gasnor A/S

Aksel Skjervheim

Baltic Energy Forum

Aksel Skjervheim

Jörg Sträussler

Jörg Sträussler

Ralf Giercke

Project Management

Gasnor A/S

TechnicalExpertise

Marinek

Scientific Expertise

Baltic Energy Forum

Energy Management

Hordaland Fylkes-

Kommune

Stakeholder

Port Authority Szczecin

Stakeholder

Power Utlity Lübeck

Power Distributor

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Duration Norway

  • From January 1, 2007

  • Until December 31, 2008

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Contact Norway

Capt. Jörg Sträussler

Baltic Energy Forum e.V.

europrojects@t-online.de

+49-(0)38824-81013

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