Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan ( word form )



















Name of Vessel:

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SI No
Energy Efficiency Measures
Scope of Implementation
Target
Record Monitoring
Responsible Persons
1
Speed/Itinerary optimization
Master to liaise with vessel’s operator to  avoid unnecessary speeding the engine /burning more fuel and waiting drifting or  in anchorage. Virtual arrival by good planning from all parties involved – charterer, agent, Master,Managers,
Optimum speed to be reviewed voyage by voyage in order obtain best result

Passage Plan
To be reviewed
Voyage by voyage
Master
2
Weather Routing
Obtain updated weather reports prior sailing review weather routing charts  and passage plan for voyage daily weather reports
Undertake optimal route. Estimated 0.25% fuel reduction
Weather reports passage plan
Daily review
Master
3
Optimizing Autopilot function
Monitor autopilot function in excess three degree deviation change to manual steering
Maintain best course with least rudder movements
Deck log book
Review by watch keeper
Watch Keepers
4
Trim Optimization
Vessel to sail at optimum trim for draft
Reference made to auto load loading manual
Sail at optimum trim
Estimated 0.20% fuel reduction
Stability manual
Daily calculation by C/O
Chief Officer
5
Ballast Optimization
Ballast operations to be restricted to maintaining optimum trim throughout voyage
Sail with optimum Ballast condition. estimated 0.10% fuel reduction 
Deck Log Book
Reviewed daily
Chief Officer
6
Lighting, Galley Equipments, Laundry and other equipment which can be switched off when not in use
Saving bulbs were used in the mentioned areas where applicable, all lights, galley and dick machineries not in use are switched off.
Reduce power observed by D/G for at least 30-50 kw.
D/G running hours and power consumed record in Engine log book
Ch. Officer and 2nd eng.
7
Minimizing  energy loss from Leakages
Minimizing air leaks, steam leaks, fresh water, maintain accommodation doors locked to minimize the running time of the A/C compressor and maintain them according to plan maintenance.

Reduce power consumed by D/G for 15-20 kw
Maintain record for boiler feed tank consumption and air compressor + A/C compressor running hours .
2nd eng.
8
Minimizing energy loss due to damaged insulation
All refrigeration rooms are well insulated , doors seals are in good condition , defrosting operation well controlled , minimize doors open.
Any insulation or seals damaged to be repaired immediately. rooms to be inspected twice a day at least
E/R log book
2nd eng.
9
Hull resistance management
Master and chief engineer to maintain vessel coat and hull cleaning by ensure of proper coat used at dry dock and minimize vessel stoppage in cooperation with owners .and ensure that propeller is fully submerged under water .

These will be monitored by master and chief engineer in which will save and minimize power loses  .

Dry dock paint system , deck log book

Master & Ch.Engineer
10
Advanced hull coatings systems
Master to ensure to apply improved quality hull coating to increase hull smoothness & decrease drag during dry dock in cooperation with managers.
Apply improved quality hull coating. Estimated
0.2% fuel reduction, depends on quote condition.

Dry dock paint system record.

Technical superintendent & Master
11
Propeller maintenance and propeller coating .
Master to ensure of  proper cleaning/polishing of propeller and ensure is well maintained and well coated , has no defects and, balanced  during dry dock in cooperation with managers .
Clean /polish , coat and maintained propeller. In good condition can  save estimated 0.1% fuel reduction
Dry dock , propeller maintenance record
Technical superintendent & Master
12
Main Engine maintenance and  Performance.
Ch.eng. to maintain main engine as per makers instruction manual and running hours , ensure of ideal performance by taking power indicator cards at least once every voyage or one month , do all necessary maintenance to keep the performance as per makers instruction.
Keep M/E parameters and performance
within optimum range.
Estimated 0.3% fuel
reduction.
Power indicator cards and M/E running hours records.
Ch.engineer
13
Improved M/E thermal efficiency by maintaining optimum cooling water & scavenge air temperature
Avoid under cooling of jacket water (maintain above 68 Deg C) and scavenge air (maintain 40-45Deg.C)
This will improve the thermal efficiency and thermal stresses on main engine and leads to about 0.1% fuel save.
E/R  log book.
Ch.engineer
14
Improved Usage of Engine cooling water (as heat recovery
Use the M/E jacket water for Generate maximum quantity of distilled water by Fresh Water Generator. Also use D.G jacket water system to preheat M/E at cool weather.
This will improve the M/E  thermal efficiency and safe fuel .
E/R log book
Ch.Engineer
15
M/E cylinder oil and lubrication control
Ch.engineer to adjust cylinder oil feed rate by taking the fuel quality as well as the engine maker’s recommendation into account, to control and minimize the lub oil consumption of cylinder oil .
Reduction of burning cylinder oil will minimize CO2 pollution.
E/R log book
Chief Engineer
16
Electric power generator load optimization.
Run Generators at optimum load and avoid running more than needed  alternator at low load by proper planning of ballasting/ deballasting
and cargo handling gear/pumps operation, adjusting sea load , minimize vessel st.by time and use of bow thrusters , mooring winches , Air condition ,  cargo gears and cargo fans .
Minimize no. Of generators running by controlling the loads and reduce it as much as possible.
E/R log book
Chief Engineer
17
Improve thermal efficiency of boilers / waste heat recovery
arrangement (exhaust gas economizer) / feed water temperature
Eliminate steam leaks, maintain optimum boiler burner performance , maintain optimum feed  water temperature water and fire tube well maintained by controlled boiler water treatment and regular maintenance and cleaning , boiler , pipes and heaters are well insulated , control heating and steam pressure and minimize unnecessary loss of heat.
Maintain boiler in good performance and minimize blow down operation .
E/R log book , close eyes by watch keeper
C/E  and 2/E
18
Pumps, Fans, air compressors and electrical equipment
Eliminate leaks and maintain machinery in good working order. Minimize running hours for auxiliary machineries as much as possible.
Ensure to have the optimum efficiency by ensuring of optimum plan maintenance.
E/R log book, plan maintenance  and maintenance reports .
C/E and 2/E
19
Shaft generator.
To run shaft generator as maximum as possible (depending on engine rpm, sea condition, ship
Maintain shaft generator in good condition
E/R log book
C/E
20
Efficient use of Incinerator
Remove water from sludge as far as practicable and minimize Incinerator running hours , maintain the Incinerator in good working condition.
Minimize running hours of the incinerator as far as possible.
E/R log book
C/E
21
Optimum use of Purifiers
The frequency of de-slugging of purifiers to be adjusted to the most optimum performance. Select correct gravity disc to ensure that minimum fuel is lost during de-slugging
The frequency of de-slugging of purifiers to be adjusted to the most optimum performance. Select correct gravity disc to ensure that minimum fuel is lost during de-slugging and ensure of proper controlled heating and flow rate.
Minimize auto or manual sludge operation as much as possible based on the condition of the fuel and lub oil in order to minimize losses .
C/E and 2/E
22
Cargo heating efficiency
Implement a cargo heating plan, raising the temperature only when required for discharge. Ensure that the heating coil water/condensate return line, steam, thermal oil and hot water
lines on deck area have proper pipeline lagging. maintain cargo fuel tanks heating temp. Within minimum acceptable level just enough for fuel handling and transfer.
Minimize fuel losses and heat losses as much as applicable.
E/R log book and fuel log book
C/E and 2/E
23
Fuel quality
Owners / managers to ensure of supply good quality of bunker , C/E to ensure to have copy of the fuel specs and compare it with makers requirements  before bunkering , ensure to take samples as per  LR FOBAS procedures and requirements , sample to be sent for FOBAS for analyses when is needed or at least once every 6 months .
Ensure of good bunkering quality to minimize sludge and losses .
Oil record book and Sulphur record book .
Technical superintendent and C/E
24
Fuel oil Additives
Fuel treatment to be used to improve the combustion and overall engine performance.  Ch.Engineer to ensure of Fuel tanks chemical treatment as required.
Improve fuel composition and reduce fuel losses .
Fuel treatment records
C/E and 4/E
25
Use of Fuel Homogenizers
Ch.Eng. to avoid mixing different fuel in one tank as far as possible and applicable as use fuel homogenizers will reduce sludge formation and reduce the fuel consumption or wastage .
This will improve fuel quality and composition . improve fuel efficiency and reduce losses .
E/R log and fuel record.
C/E and 2/E
26
Energy Conservation Awareness training
Office to update vessel with new issued or requirement which lead to improve SEEMP implementation onboard vessel. Master and ch.engineer to arrange training lectures on board for energy efficient operation
All ship-board staff to
act proactively to
implement energy
efficiency measures and keep the system a live and improve  implementation .
Training Record
Book. Review
actions of crew by
C/E, Master.
Master, CE,
Office Tech





















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