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Jensen Maritime Consultants

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  2. 2. Safety moment… proper use of PPE<br />At Crowley EVERY meeting begins with a brief safety moment<br />
  3. 3. How did I end up here today?<br />Recently hired at Jensen – July 2011<br /> Manager of Business Development<br /> Intent <br />Open doors and grow Jensen business<br /> Experience<br />Product management, project management, and marketing, combined with solid technical marine background <br /> History <br /> General Electric <br />Product manager<br /> Service Engineer (Tugs, OSVs, Locomotives)<br /> Boeing<br /> Project manager<br />
  4. 4. Brief Company History<br />OCEAN CLASS TUG<br />119 years operating workboats <br />Combined Talents<br />Crowley - Vessel Operator<br />Jensen – Vessel Designer<br />51 years designing vessels<br />Crowley purchased Jensen in 2008<br />Combine the companies to get real synergies<br /> - Credibility for Crowley of having an engineering firm <br /> - Resources for Jensen to explore new opportunities<br />
  5. 5. ProductPortfolio<br />Patrol<br /><ul><li>Fire
  6. 6. Police
  7. 7. Harbor Patrol
  8. 8. Fisheries Patrol</li></ul>20 – 110 feet<br />Offshore<br /><ul><li>Platform supply
  9. 9. Offshore supply
  10. 10. Crew boats
  11. 11. Anchor Handling Tug</li></ul>200 – 300 feet<br />Engineering Services<br /><ul><li>Sealift
  12. 12. Repower
  13. 13. Refurbish
  14. 14. Stability
  15. 15. Structural Analysis
  16. 16. Regulatory Liaison
  17. 17. Salvage support
  18. 18. Emergency response planning
  19. 19. Simulations
  20. 20. CFD
  21. 21. Transportation Systems</li></ul>Fishing<br /><ul><li>Seiner
  22. 22. Longliner
  23. 23. Trawler
  24. 24. Crabber
  25. 25. Factory Processor
  26. 26. Multi-purpose</li></ul>50 – 600 feet<br />Workboats<br /><ul><li>Escort Tug
  27. 27. Harbor Tug
  28. 28. Ocean Tug
  29. 29. Ferry
  30. 30. Articulated tug/barge (ATB)
  31. 31. Research Vessel
  32. 32. Deck barge
  33. 33. Oil cargo barge
  34. 34. Crane barge
  35. 35. Dredge</li></ul>40 – 450 feet<br />
  36. 36. Port emissions reductions… A holistic plan<br />Summary:<br />Operators need to think about more than engines in reducing emissions impact<br />Now is the time to provide input to new technologies<br />
  37. 37. Regulation continues to drive our behavior<br />Baltic Sea SECA1,5%<br />Global Sulphur limit 4,5%<br />Sulphur limit 3,5 % globally<br />MARPOL annex VI ratification<br />Sulphur limit 1,0% in SECA<br />Sulphur limit 0,1% in SECA<br />Review MARPOL Annex VI<br />North Sea SECA1,5%<br />2012<br />2013<br />2014<br />2004<br />2011<br />2007<br />2008<br />2009<br />2010<br />2005<br />2006<br />IEC / ISO / IEEE shore connection standard published?<br />Port of Los Angeles and Long Beach, requirement to connect to shore power.<br />Sulphur limit 0,1% on all ships when more than 2 hours in port (directive 2005/32/EC)<br />Final Regulation Order approved (California Code of Regulations)<br />EU recommendation 2006/339/ECto promote shoreside electrical facilities<br />EU member states enact 1,5% Sulphur in North Sea and Channel <br />Sulphur directive 1999/32/EC<br />Need creativity to solve regulatory requirements<br />
  38. 38. Operational improvements to reduce emissions<br />Manage the chaos with software/information solutions<br />Operations improvements<br />Route planning (software)<br />Better Asset Utilization<br />Reduce transit speed<br /> Reduce transit distance<br /> Think bigger than just your operation or fleet – Harbor-wide<br />Savings<br />Labor<br />Fuel<br />Emissions <br />Time<br />
  39. 39. Shore side advancements<br />Quick connect for shore connections<br />Automatically connect/disconnect power<br />Advanced Mooring systems<br />Use Vacuum pads, instead of ropes<br />High Voltage cart for Port of LA<br />Allows safe handing of 6600 volts<br />Grid power is HALFthe cost of diesel generated electricity<br />Automated mooring + shore power connection = <br />A GRID CONNECTION SOLUTION<br />High Voltage Cart<br />
  40. 40. Alternative energy source… LNG<br />Advantages<br />One-stop emissions solution (caution – methane slip)<br />Economic energy source<br />Obstacles<br />Installation cost <br /> Fuel storage on-board (safety and space)<br />Fuel supply (CA Ports adding LNG)<br /> Class regulations (US defaulting to DNV today)<br />
  41. 41. Alternative propulsion solutions… hybrid<br />New advancements in 2011<br />Battery<br /><ul><li>Class approval for Lithium Battery, August 2011
  42. 42. Finally get high power/safety/reliability
  43. 43. Shore power is CRITICAL for economics in marine hybrid </li></ul>Power system architecture <br /><ul><li>DC bus – old system, new life
  44. 44. Advantages over traditional approach (space/weight/$)</li></ul>Other Idea<br /><ul><li>Install buoys with electric grid connections</li></ul>Grid power is HALFthe cost of diesel generated electricity<br />
  45. 45. Summary… Emissions reduction extends beyond engines<br />Operators must focus on multiple opportunities to make an significant impact<br />
  46. 46. Questions??<br />

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