Seca seminar 2013 norges rederiforbund - tor christian sletner

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Seca seminar 2013 norges rederiforbund - tor christian sletner

  1. 1. (SECA)SULPHUR EMISSION CONTROL AREAKRAV FRA 2015Tor Christian SletnerNorges rederiforbundOslo , 20.juni 2013
  2. 2. SECASulphur Emission Control Areas (SECAs)are sea areas where there are stricterrequirements for used bunker fuelcompared to other sea areas.SECA is defined in MARPOL Annex VI.The area includes North Sea, Baltic Sea,and within 24 miles of California coast.[1]Also other areas may be added via protocoldefined in Annex VI.2
  3. 3. UTSLIPP TIL LUFTNO COMPLACENCY
  4. 4. USA and Canada – Emission Control Areas 2012/2014
  5. 5. Baltic and North Sea – Emission Control Areas
  6. 6. OVERVIEW SCRUBBER SYSTEMS6
  7. 7. SOX EMISSION LIMITSMARPOL ANNEX VI1.02.03.04.02010/0720152020202520052018 revisionAverage sulphur contentRevision in 2018 might conclude that0.5 limit defers until 20252025?FuelSulphurlimit[%]1.0 % S0.1 % S ( MGO)SECA CAP: 1.5 % SGLOBAL CAP : 4.5 % S3.5 % S0.5 % S ( MDO)2012EU Directive
  8. 8. GOVERNING EAGERNESS......
  9. 9. EU SULPHUR DIRECTIVE• In line with the Annex VI of the MARPOL Convention, thelimits for the sulphur content of marine fuels used indesignated SO2 Emission Control Areas (SECAs) will be 1%until 31 December 2014 and 0.1% as from 1 January 2015.• The IMO standard of 0,5 % for sulphur limits outside SECAswill be mandatory in EU waters by 2020. This will also be validfor passenger ships operating outside SECAs to which thecurrent regime of 1,5 % applies until that date.• A general cap does not allow the use of marine fuels with asulphur content of more than 3,5 % by mass within memberstates territory, with the exception of fuels used by vesselswith alternative exhaust gas cleaning systems, the so-calledscrubbers, operating in closed mode. According to thecompromise, member states should endeavour to ensure theavailability of the required marine fuels.9
  10. 10. INSTALLATION IMPACTS10
  11. 11. Thanks for your kind attention..

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