• LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project –initiative developed by BPO
• LNG in BSP II – sequel project activities and partners in...
• Focus on pre-investment studies
such as environmental impact
assessments, feasibility analyses
for LNG terminals or bunk...
LNG in Baltic Sea Ports – Final Conference
•Closing Conference held on 3rd
Dec 2014 on MS
Viking Grace
•LNG in BSP” Projec...
• Project has been developed as a result of the co-operation among the Baltic Region Ports and the action
addresses one of...
Project activities :
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LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
Project activities:
Activity 2. LNG in Helsingborg:
•Develop a design for a multi-purpose LNG bunker
ship in the area
• Th...
Project activities :
Activity 3. LNG in Trelleborg
•Sub-act 1 – Basic design of berth no.13
• Technical description, drawi...
Project activities:
Activity 4. LNG in Sundsvall
•Technical design of berth due to new location
• Detailed location study ...
Project activities :
Activity 5. LNG in Rostock
•Obtaining all related LNG bunkering permits.
• Technical and safety analy...
Project activities :
Activity 6. LNG in Klaipeda / KN
• Technological design study
• Detailed analysis of current infrastr...
Project activities :
Activity 7: Harmonisation, LNG know-how transfer & training
LNG in Baltic Sea Ports
EUSBSR Flagship P...
• Adding the partners of the ongoing BPO
initiative to the seven ports of the
concluded TEN-T project, results in the
esta...
Potential LNG initiatives in BSR
•Key Baltic Sea regions identified as areas
for a possible development of a common
bunker...
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HEKLA – Helsingborg & Klaipėda LNG Infrastructure Facility Deployment
The LNG infrastructure action has been proposed b...
19
• A vital part of this activity is HEKLA on-the-road campaigns proposed with visits,
promotions, presentations within t...
Per Olof Jansson
po.jansson@telia.com
+46 422 15 013
LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Projects, Port of Helsingborg
Thank you!
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Natural gas and bio methane as fuel for transport p.o. jansson
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  • 1. • LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project –initiative developed by BPO • LNG in BSP II – sequel project activities and partners involved • Global Project - Further LNG initiatives aiming the development of LNG bunkering network in the Baltic Region 1 Presentation topics
  • 2. • Focus on pre-investment studies such as environmental impact assessments, feasibility analyses for LNG terminals or bunkering vessels, project designs, regional market studies, safety manuals, etc. • Activities include a ‘stakeholder platform’ that facilitated discussions among port authorities, shipowners, gas infrastructure providers, energy traders and bunkering companies. • Project Budget – apr. € 3.5 mln. Jan. 2012 – Dec. 2014 3 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project Baltic Ports Organization has initiated the development of LNG bunkering infrastructure in 7 ports within the Baltic Sea Region LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project
  • 3. LNG in Baltic Sea Ports – Final Conference •Closing Conference held on 3rd Dec 2014 on MS Viking Grace •LNG in BSP” Project concluded with the publication of “LNG Handbook” that highlights Baltic Sea Region as a benchmark for implementation of LNG infrastructure. •The Handbook is based on the experiences gained from the participating ports in the project, as well as other ports in the area with experience from establishing LNG terminals and LNG as ship fuel. •Representatives from the seven ports have signed declaration stating their aim to “continue the development of LNG small scale bunkering infrastructure facilities at their Ports and will aim to offer LNG as a fuel for vessels by 2025 in line with Clean Fuel Directive”. 5 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Project
  • 4. • Project has been developed as a result of the co-operation among the Baltic Region Ports and the action addresses one of the main challenges to maritime transport – air emission from shipping • The Global Project is focused on the harmonised pre-investment works and development of facilities for LNG bunkering infrastructure in Baltic Sea ports. MotorwaysoftheBalticSea Baltic LNG bunkering networkBaltic LNG bunkering network ADDED VALUE: Coordination & Harmonisation Best practice identification Stakeholder Platform LNG Handbook LNG training scheme Baltic Ports LNG Forum ADDED VALUE: Coordination & Harmonisation Best practice identification Stakeholder Platform LNG Handbook LNG training scheme Baltic Ports LNG Forum LNG in Baltic Sea Ports LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Construction of infrastructure Equipment and facilities LNG bunkering fleet Construction of infrastructure Equipment and facilities LNG bunkering fleet GLOBAL PROJECT: Development of an LNG bunkering network in the seaports of the Baltic Sea region as an element of the Baltic Motorways of the Sea ProgrammeGLOBAL PROJECT: Development of an LNG bunkering network in the seaports of the Baltic Sea region as an element of the Baltic Motorways of the Sea Programme PHASE I: Pre-investments studies & analysisPHASE I: Pre-investments studies & analysis PHASE II: Real investmentsPHASE II: Real investments Future projects (new LNG ports) PHASE III: LNG market availabilityPHASE III: LNG market availability 6 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II The sequel initiative has been developed by the BPO and it is a continuation and extension of a well-established ‘LNG in the Baltic Sea Ports’ - TEN-T Motorways of the Sea Project LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 5. Project activities : 7 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 6. Project activities: Activity 2. LNG in Helsingborg: •Develop a design for a multi-purpose LNG bunker ship in the area • The objective of this activity is to design a multifunctional bunker ship solution in south of Sweden • The multi-function ship will be able to provide – LNG bunkering; MGO bunkering & Other ship supply services • LNG bunker ship study will describe the following: size, number fuel tanks, type of bunker fuel that the ship shall carry (the ship shall be running on LNG), type of other services that should be performed by the ship and crew, etc. 8 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 7. Project activities : Activity 3. LNG in Trelleborg •Sub-act 1 – Basic design of berth no.13 • Technical description, drawings, and context analysis. •Sub-act 2– Complete technical design of LNG storage and bunkering facility at Berth no.13 • Storage possibilities investigation, tank design & potential adjustment of berth • Assessment of risk & safety and other regulations for LNG delivering. • LNG in Trelleborg activity aims to deliver technical documentation that will allow the investment in a new berth and LNG bunker facilities in the port. 9 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 8. Project activities: Activity 4. LNG in Sundsvall •Technical design of berth due to new location • Detailed location study of and technical solutions at the berth •Detailed LNG infrastructure planning • Design of the LNG bunkering infrastructure facility and storage tank type. • LNG transhipment and transport; Risk assessment and related safety aspects and the permit process. • The final outcome of the activity is a complete technical design of a bunkering facility in the Port of Sundsvall. The Port of Sundsvall with its new logistics park, including an LNG terminal 10 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 9. Project activities : Activity 5. LNG in Rostock •Obtaining all related LNG bunkering permits. • Technical and safety analysis of the safety situation at each berth •Technical Design of LNG bunker station • Complete technical design of the LNG-import berth, LNG-bunker berth, LNG storage and road-/rail-loading facilities and risk & safety analysis. • The activity will result in design for a small scale LNG bunkering facility and in a medium term perspective will lead to establishing a LNG storage facility that can provide a fuel for vessels and land transport. The Port of Rostock 11 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 10. Project activities : Activity 6. LNG in Klaipeda / KN • Technological design study • Detailed analysis of current infrastructure and superstructure within Klaipėdos Nafta premises. • Front end engineering design (FEED) and QRA • Development of FEED documentation for any demolitions and construction of LNG distribution centre • Environmental procedures and permits • Complete environmental study; risk assessment and safety requirements determination allowing to proceed to project; selection of proper location. • The outcome of this activity is a set of technical documentation required for construction of bunkering facility in Klaipeda Port together with approved development permits obtained from the competent authorities. FSRU area in Klaipėda port 12 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 11. Project activities : Activity 7: Harmonisation, LNG know-how transfer & training LNG in Baltic Sea Ports EUSBSR Flagship Project LNG in Baltic Sea Ports EUSBSR Flagship Project LNG in Baltic Sea Ports IILNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Steering Committees co-operation & experience Coordinated & common policy for communication Sharing of the best practice between project partners Spatial complexity and coordination in the BSR Common standards implementation Baltic Ports LNG ForumBaltic Ports LNG Forum Stakeholder Platform Know-how meetings LNG Handbook Part IILNG Handbook Part II LNG bunkering report LNG training scheme LNG Handbook Joint meetings effectiveness & cost savings Best practice & knowledge dissemination: Baltic & EU Project Coordination Port of Helsingborg Project Coordination Port of Helsingborg Activity 1-7. LNG pre-investment studies Port of Aarhus Port of Helsingborg Port of Helsinki Copenhagen Malmö Port Port of Tallinn Port of Turku Port of Stockholm Activity 1-7. LNG pre-investment studies Port of Aarhus Port of Helsingborg Port of Helsinki Copenhagen Malmö Port Port of Tallinn Port of Turku Port of Stockholm Activity 8. Harmonisation & Stakeholder Platform Activity 8. Harmonisation & Stakeholder Platform Activity 1. Project Coordination Port of Helsingborg Activity 1. Project Coordination Port of Helsingborg Activity 2-6. LNG pre-investment studies Port of Helsingborg Port of Trelleborg Port of Sundsvall Port of Rostock Port of Klaipėda Activity 2-6. LNG pre-investment studies Port of Helsingborg Port of Trelleborg Port of Sundsvall Port of Rostock Port of Klaipėda Activity 7. Harmonisation, LNG know-how transfer & training Activity 7. Harmonisation, LNG know-how transfer & training • The objective of this action is to ensure a harmonised development of LNG bunkering facilitates among all beneficiaries of the project. • The succeeding initiative will further develop the know-how transfer between various stakeholders involved in LNG facility development and bunkering. • The LNG training scheme will be developed and available as a common standard for further use by port communities members. • The LNG Handbook Part II – to be issued on conclusion of the project. 13 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports II Project- a sequel Project
  • 12. • Adding the partners of the ongoing BPO initiative to the seven ports of the concluded TEN-T project, results in the establishment of an extensive network of ports with planned facilities for LNG bunkering in the BSR. (in total 9 of 22 Baltic Core ports and 2 comprehensive ports). • This on its own it will be a significant achievement in meeting the future clean shipping strategy in the Baltic Sea Region and in EU. LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Projects 14 Global Project – Development of LNG bunker Network
  • 13. Potential LNG initiatives in BSR •Key Baltic Sea regions identified as areas for a possible development of a common bunkering barge projects: • Turku, Naantali, Pori, Rauma (FI); • Gulf of Finland (FI & EE); • Gulf of Riga and Ventspils (LV); • Gdansk Bay & Klaipeda (PL& LT); • Szczecin/Świnoujście (PL) • Rostock & Lübeck (DE); • Aarhus, Helsingborg, Trelleborg & Copenhagen-Malmö, (SE& DK); • Gothenburg 15 Global Project – Development of LNG bunker Network
  • 14. 18 HEKLA – Helsingborg & Klaipėda LNG Infrastructure Facility Deployment The LNG infrastructure action has been proposed by the BPO and it is a continuation of a well-established ‘LNG in the Baltic Sea Ports I & II’ – TEN-T, MoS Projects • HEKLA action – second phase of the Global Project’s implementation • Real investment; • Helsingborg – Construction of LNG liquefaction plant • Klaipeda – Construction of on-shore LNG reloading station • An important step forward towards creating the LNG bunkering infrastructure network in the BSR. GLOBAL PROJECT: Development of an LNG bunkering network in the seaports of the Baltic Sea region as an element of the Baltic Motorways of the Sea Programme GLOBAL PROJECT: Development of an LNG bunkering network in the seaports of the Baltic Sea region as an element of the Baltic Motorways of the Sea Programme PHASE I: Pre- investment studies & analyses PHASE I: Pre- investment studies & analyses PHASE III: LNG market development PHASE III: LNG market development LNG in Baltic Sea Ports I & II LNG in Baltic Sea Ports I & II Future projectsFuture projects HEKLA Helsingborg & Klaipėda LNG Infrastructure Facility Deployment HEKLA Helsingborg & Klaipėda LNG Infrastructure Facility Deployment PHASE II: Real investments PHASE II: Real investments Global Project – Development of LNG bunker Network
  • 15. 19 • A vital part of this activity is HEKLA on-the-road campaigns proposed with visits, promotions, presentations within the neighbouring ports • The LNG campaign will be provided by permanent distribution of relevant information to all stakeholders having an interest in utilising LNG technology of Helsingborg and Klaipėda. West Baltic HEKLA on-the-road campaign: Rostock/Lübeck → Aarhus → Trelleborg/Ystad → Copenhagen/Malmö → Helsingborg East South Baltic HEKLA on-the-road campaign: Gdańsk → Gdynia → Riga → Ventspils → Klaipeda HEKLA – LNG campaign and LNG Baltic market development Global Project – Development of LNG bunker Network
  • 16. Per Olof Jansson po.jansson@telia.com +46 422 15 013 LNG in Baltic Sea Ports Projects, Port of Helsingborg Thank you!

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