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In the Shipyard

Latest Deliveries, Contracts and Designs




AIP for Containerized LNG Solution

Photo: Newport Shipping arine Service GmbH and Newport less-steel double-walled tank is also vacuum


Shipping announced an Approval in insulated and has up to 80 days holding time.

A new partnership between


Principle from Bureau Veritas (BV) The concept consists of container stowage on climate action solution for a jointly developed containerized LNG free deck in safe area. LNG piping and vent- provider Shift Clean Energy solution. The 40-ft. ISO LNG Fuel Tank Con- ing system as well as ? re? ghting systems are (Shift), SeaTech and Vitol will tainer System is suitable for LNG-fueled new- integrated in the container cell guides structure. provide Vitol’s bunker opera- buildings and retro? ts of container vessels. The gas handling room is arranged adjacent to tions company, V-Bunkers,

The LNG fuel tank container is a class ap- the container storage and separated from the with Singapore’s ? rst hybrid proved Type C LNG fuel tank in accordance containers by a cofferdam and ? re protection bunker tankers. They will be with the IGF-code and is based on German means, allowing to feed low pressure and high designed by SeaTech Solu-

TÜV certi? ed IMDG Container. The capacity pressure fuel gas systems for all known 4-stroke tions, using Shift’s energy of the tank is 31 gross tons and about 33 cu. and 2-stroke dual fuel engines. A full redundant storage systems (ESS).

m. of LNG. The containers have a fail-safe dry control, alarm & monitoring system for remote

This marine electri? cation quick coupling connection and are approved for system operation, gas and ? re alarm with inter- project will see up to four hy- loading in up to 7 layers high stacks. The stain- face to ships’ automation is part of the system.

brid bunker tankers provided to V-Bunkers, all ? tted with

Shift’s 480-Kwh liquid cooled

ESS and battery manage- ment systems. This will result will have a fully integrated service package in improved fuel ef? ciency

Battery Hybrid SOV for that includes a dynamic positioning system, a and reduce greenhouse gas

Offshore Wind motion compensated gangway and crane, an (GHG) emissions by approxi- elevator tower as well as a daughter craft with mately 10 percent a year.

step-less boat landing. Ample space will be

Shift’s ESS will be primarily available for warehousing, workshops, of? ce used for peak shaving (stor- spaces to cater to operations, and relaxation ing energy during low power areas for passengers.

consumption for use during peak usage periods, allowing

Under the terms of the MOU, the SOV will main generators to operate be constructed at PT. United Sindo Perkasa, with a more stable load). This esigned by Royal IHC to meet the evolv- the Group’s wholly owned subsidiary that op- solution helps to optimize en-

Ding needs of offshore windfarms, the bat- erates a shipyard in Batam, Indonesia. ergy use, signi? cantly reduce tery hybrid SOV is designed to be ready for To facilitate the building and future opera- fuel and maintenance costs, true zero emission operations by using full tions of the SOV, the Group has also inked improve responsiveness and battery offshore charging system and alterna- a memorandum of understanding with Bern- reliability of power manage- tive fuels for propulsion without sacri? cing hard Schulte Shipmanagement (Deutschland) ment and in turn enhances operational functionality. GmbH & Co. which will provide ship man- safety of operations.

To ensure effective operations, the SOV agement services for the SOV. 54 Maritime Reporter & Engineering News • May 2022

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