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Experiences with Gas and Fuel Cells in ship machinery Incentra – rådsmøte , Haugesund 30.08 – 2011. Eidesvik Offshore ASA - Kjell M Sandaker. Eidesvik Offshore ASA.

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Experiences with Gas and Fuel Cells

in ship machinery

Incentra – rådsmøte, Haugesund 30.08 – 2011

Eidesvik Offshore ASA - KjellM Sandaker

eidesvik offshore asa
Eidesvik Offshore ASA

Shipping company with Head Office at Bømlo, in western Norway. About 600 employees, and MNOK 1054 revenue in 2010.

Supply, standby and anchor handling

11 vessels + 3 new

Seismic survey and cable laying

8vessels + 1 newbuilding

Subsea support

4 vessels + 1 new

sustainable sea transportation
SustainableSeaTransportation
  • What is notsustainablewiththeuseofenergy in todaysSea transport ?
    • Main Answer:
      • Useof fossile oil as fuel
      • Harmfulemissions to theatmosphere
  • Whatarethenrealistic

alternatives to oil ?

  • Whatcan be possible

steps over to realistic

alternatives?

eidesvik offshore asa1
Eidesvik Offshore ASA

Our experience with gas power in ships

Viking Energy

From April 2003

Viking Energy

From April 2003

Viking Queen

From January 2008

Viking Lady

From May 2009

2 x TBN

Delivery 2012

engine system arrangement
Engine system arrangement
  • First generation gas power arrangement
  • Second generation engines and arrangement

Cold Box

LNG storage tank

Power plant, engines with alternators

Viking Energy 94,9 m

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Environmentalaccount for producing

1 MWhE, incl. LCA-data

Kg

Kg

SOx-emission

NOx-emission

MJ

Kg

Energy consumption

CO2-emission

maintenance
Maintenance

LNG and natural gas system proven very reliable. We have more than 12 ship years of operation without technical off-hire due to the gas installations.

  • Scavenging air canal after 14 000 hours. Maintenance interval is now set to 23 000 hours.
fuel cells third generation maritime gas power technology
FuelCells –Thirdgeneration maritime gas powertechnology
  • Better fuelefficiency
  • Loweremisssions to theatmosphere
  • Conceptwith Molten CarbonateFuelCells, MCFC, from MTU
class and authorities
Class and authorities
  • Application for ”approval in principle” wasfiled by Eidesvik to DNV 19.02.2007 to installfuelcell plant onboard Viking Lady.
  • DNV prepared draft regulation: FUEL CELL INSTALLATIONS, Pt 6, Ch X - dated 15.12.2007.
  • Classnotations FC SAFETY og FC POWER
  • Ourconceptwith analyses, drawings and plans wascheckedagainstthisregulation, FC SAFETY.
  • Applicationwasfiledwith Sjøfartsdirektoratet, NMD, after all documentationhadbeencheckedout by DNV.
  • Accept for installationwasrecieved from Sjøfartsdirektoratet 02.09.2009.
  • Plant installedonboard Viking Lady 08.09.2009.
  • Concent to connect to switchboardwas given by DNV 03.12.2009.
  • Viking Lady has nowclassnotationFuelCell Safety
fellowship project participants
FellowSHIPprojectparticipants

Veritas – Vik-Sandvik/WSD – Eidesvik – Wärtsilä - MTU

fuel consumption fuel cell power plant
Fuelconsumption -FuelCell Power Plant
  • A test plant of MCFC from MTU is installedonpsv Viking Lady
  • Max el-powerproduced: 330 kW
  • Max heat for recovery: 200 Kw
  • Consumptionofnatural gas:
    • Cons. of LNG – onlyel-power: 159 g LNG/kWh
    • Cons. of LNG – withmax heat recovery: 100 g LNG/kWh
    • (Compared to a diesel generator: 187 g diesel/kWh)
emissions fuel cell power plant
Emissions - FuelCell Power plant
  • EmissionofNOx: 0
  • EmissionofSOx: 0
  • Emissionof CH4: 0
  • Emissionofparticles: 0
  • Emissionof CO2, withoutrecovery: 377 g/kWh
                  • (Diesel – 36 %)
  • Emissionof CO2, withrecovery: 235 g/kWh
                  • (Diesel – 60%)
operation profile and experiences
Operationprofile and experiences
  • FC hadweeklyloadvariationsapprox. 45 – 100%
  • During the first 180 dayssheproduced 1233 MWhwhereof 782 MWhwasel-power. That is 181 kW in average.
  • FC has so far more than 14000 hoursofoperation, butwithseveralmonths in so-calledPre-mode, due to adjustments in thepowerelectronics.
  • So far therearenoindicationsofwear or degradingofthe FC. Shewasinspectedafter 8000 hours.
application alternatives
Application alternatives
  • As a base load aggregat, (Ready for application )
  • El-connection to an AC-switchboard.
  • With or without heat recovery.
  • Electric Power SupplyShip. Beingdeveloped as fullyintegrated hybrid system for flexibility and optimum energyutilization.
  • As mainpowersupply for the shipping market, withfullyintegrated hybrid system with heat recovery and steamturbines.
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Thankyou for theattention

www.vikinglady.no