International Association of Ports and Harbors

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International Association of Ports and Harbors
World Ports Climate Initiative
International Association of Ports and Harbors
• 200 Regular Members (Ports) in 90 countries
• Handling 7 billion tons of cargo
• 60 % of world sea-borne trade
• 90% of world container traffic
• 150 Associate Members
Some Facts
• Houston May 2007
IAPH Resolution: Clean Air Program
• Dunkirk April 2008
IAPH Resolution: Support for Climate Challenges
• Rotterdam July 2008
World Ports Climate Conference: World Ports Climate Declaration
• Los Angeles November 2008
IAPH Port Environment Committee Symposium:
World Ports Climate Initiative (WPCI)
WPCI Mission Statement
The mission of the World Ports Climate Initiative is to
• raise awareness in the port community of need for action
• initiate studies, strategies and actions to reduce GHG emissions and
improve air quality
• provide a platform for the maritime port sector for the exchange of
information thereon
• make available information on the effects of climate change on the
maritime port environment and measures for its mitigation
WPCI Organization And Cooperation
WPCI
IAPH
- 55 supporting ports
- supporting organizations
Chair Geraldine Knatz
C-40
CEO Port of Los Angeles
WPCI bureau
Director Fer van de Laar
LNG
Antwerp
SLA
OPS
ESI
LEE
CFP
IMT
New York /
New Jersey
Gothenburg
Rotterdam
PEMA
Los Angeles
Amsterdam
Regional port branch organizations
AAPA
ESPO
PAPC
Current Projects
• Carbon Foot Print
• On-shore Power Supply
• Environmental Ship Index
• Intermodal Transport
• Low Emission Yard Equipment
• Sustainability in Lease Agreements
• LNG as a fuel
Environmental Ship Index ESI
What is it ?
• International clean ship indexing program
• Web-based tool
• Assigns scores to vessels performing better than IMO rules
• Before regulations
• Beyond regulations
• Focus on priority pollutants
• GHG reductions in the future
• Standard for ports to reward clean ships
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Why participate ?
•
Promote internationally-accepted indexing system
•
Contribute to Port’s Clean Air Strategy goals
•
Reward early action readiness for upcoming regulations
•
Incentives from multiple ports increases industry participation
•
Achieve recognition & reward for operating “clean ship” fleet
•
Green operations marketable to customers
•
Incorporates sustainability into logistics operations
•
Provides “license to operate and grow”
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Who is participating
• 741 vessels enrolled
200% year-over-year increase
• 97 shipping lines are participating
140% year-over-year increase
• 16 ports offering incentives
350% year-over-year increase
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Incentive Providers
Auctorial Portuale di Civitavecchia
Brunsbüttel Ports GmbH
Green Award Foundation
Groningen-Seaports
Hamburg Port Authority
Port of Amsterdam
Port of Antwerp
Port of Ashdod
Ports of Bremen/Bremerhaven
Port of Le Havre
Port of Los Angeles
Port of Oslo
Port of Rotterdam
Port of Zeebrugge
SEEHAFEN KIEL GmbH & Co. KG
Tata Steel IJmuiden Terminals
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Clean Ship Profile
Vessel Particulars
ESI
25-29
ESI
30-34
ESI
35-39
Engine certification better than IMO Tier
I standard
Bunker cleaner than regulation
Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO)
Bunker cleaner than regulation
Marine Gas Oil/Diesel Oil (MGO/MDO)
Bunker cleanest available MGO/MDO
Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan
Shore power technology
on-board
and/or
ESI
40+
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Scores & Incentives
•
Vessel data can be entered in any quarter
•
No registration fees / free of charge
•
Vessel score calculated by ESI system every six months
•
Port uses score to determine incentives earned
•
Incentives paid at port’s discretion
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Score Accumulation
•
200 NOx points
•
100 SOx points
•
10
CO2 points (SEEMP)
•
35
On-Shore Power Supply (OPS)
•
Sum of points divided by 3.1
•
Maximum 100 points assigned to vessel
Environmental Ship Index ESI
NOx Points
• Provide valid IAPP certificate data
• Provide basic engine data
17.0 = 0 NOx pts.
Main and Auxiliary Engines
200 NOx Points Possible
• Engine
Certification
better than
IMO Standard
Provide Engine
Data
• kW rating of
engines
• Max RPM
• NOx engine
rating
Accrue NOx
Points
• < IMO Tier I
Standard of
17.0 g
NOx/kW.hr
g-NOx/kW-hr
EIAPP
14.5 ~ 15 NOx pts.
8.5 ~ 50 NOx pts.
0 = 100 NOx pts.
*Result multiplied by 2 for
200 pts. maximum
Environmental Ship Index ESI
SOx Points
100 SOx Points Possible
30 pts.
HFO
<3.5% Sulfur
35 pts.
MGO/MDO
0.5% - 1.0% Sulfur
3.5% S HFO = 0 SOx pts.
35 pts.
MGO/MDO
<0.5% Sulfur
1.0% S MGO/MDO = 0 SOx pts.
0.49% S MGO/MDO = 0 SOx pts.
0.7% S MGO/MDO ~ 10 SOx pts.
% Sulfur
2.7% S HFO ~ 7 SOx pts.
% Sulfur
•
Provide bunker delivery note data for heavy fuel oil (HFO) and marine gas
oil/marine diesel oil (MGO/MDO) to accumulate SOx points – semi-annually
Quantity and sulfur content required
% Sulfur
•
0.1% S MGO/MDO ~ 28 SOx pts.
0% S HFO = 30 SOx pts.
0.5% S MGO/MDO = 35 SOx pts.
0% S MGO/MDO = 35 SOx pts.
Environmental Ship Index ESI
CO2 Points
If the vessel has a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) then vessel
accumulates 10 CO2 points
10 CO2 Points Possible
SEEMP?
Yes
• 10 pts.
Environmental Ship Index ESI
OPS Points
If vessel has shore-power plug-in capability (aka. OPS) on-board vessel, vessel
receives 35 bonus points
35 Bonus Points Possible
OPS?
Yes
• 35 pts.
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Incentive Provider Sample Program
Port of Los Angeles
Environmental Ship Index Program
$1,250
•• ESI
ESIScore
Score
40+40+
$1,000
••ESIESI
Score
Score
35-39 35-39
$750
••ESIESI
Score
Score
30-34 30-34
$250
per
percall
call
perper
callcall
perper
callcall
••ESIESI
Score
Score
25-29 25-29
(7/1/12-12/31/12)
(7/1/12-12/31/12)
perper
callcall
Environmental Ship
Index Incentive
Environmental Ship Index ESI
Thank you
Fer van de Laar
International Association of Ports & Harbors

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