Guidelines

Contractual Guidelines - Quantity and Quality

Contractual Guidelines - Quantity and Quality

  • ISBN: 978-0-9933164-1-8

This publication provides an overview of the custody transfer process of LNG to marine vessels. This guide describes the variables required to be measured for the main marine engine types. The later sections of this guide describe the proven techniques available for measuring both LNG quantity and quality. . It describes several methods, all of which provide sufficient accuracy and auditability to support the custody transfer process. Its aim is to educate and inform and not to be prescriptive.

Safety Guidelines - Bunkering Version 2.0

Safety Guidelines - Bunkering Version 2.0

  • ISBN: 978-0-9933164-4-9

Produced with full co-operation from IACS with their Re 142 work. This publication provides guidance to all the parties directly involved in the bunkering of ships with liquefied natural gas (LNG). It aims to ensure that ships are re-fuelled with high levels of safety integrity and reliability. These guidelines represent a commitment by industry partners globally to develop a common guideline that will foster and promote safe and responsible operations for gas fueled vessels while providing invaluable data regarding LNG hazards, safety systems, bunkering guidelines.

Bunkering of Ships with LNG - Competency and Assessment Guidelines version 2.0

Bunkering of Ships with LNG - Competency and Assessment Guidelines version 2.0

  • ISBN: 978-0-9933164-5-6

The aim is that the suggested guidelines can be used by any individual, organisation or authority, on either side of the transfer process to identify what tasks will be conducted by themselves, their personnel, or within their scope and hence be able to identify the knowledge, understanding and competencies that they require.

Gas as a Marine Fuel - An introductory Guide version 2.1

Gas as a Marine Fuel - An introductory Guide version 2.1

  • ISBN: 978-0-9933164-6-3

This publication provides an introduction into the use of gas as a marine fuel. The use of natural gas as a fuel is one way of complying with the increasingly strict regime governing emissions of harmful atmospheric pollutants, such as nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulphur oxides (SOx) and reduces the carbon footprint of ship operations. This high-level document links to more technically and commercially rigorous guidelines aimed at assisting the emerging gas- as-fuel industry to develop, with safety as the paramount concern.

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