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SmartShipping Survey Results 2012
Transcript of SmartShipping Survey Results 2012
This survey was conducted to help us find out more about the challenges the shipping industry faces and how we believe we can address those challenges.
Congratulations to Sabine Utech from Norddeutsche Reederei H.Schuldt
What's the most significant issue that will shape deep sea merchant shipping in the coming 3 – 5 year period?
The majority of people had some not surprising issues in the ‘Black Swan’ question, as demonstrated in the tag cloud below. However, we had a number of fascinating responses...
all of the above
multihulls and wind/solar power
fuel additives, oil additives, it is possible to save up to 15%fuel costs, 75% emissions at the same time AND extend the lifetimecycle of oil by factor 2 to 4!
retrofit clean technology
Design of complete power supply
subsea hull treatment
hull coatings, air lubrication, scrubbers
ballast treatments systems
improved propulsion, scrubbers
engine technology upgrades
propeller and rudder modifications
Implementation of energy saving measures
frequency converters for motors
scrubbers, trim optimisation solutions, hull resistance minimisation
So what next?
The majority of respondents were from the shipowning and shipmanaging communities.
Most of our respondents thought fuel prices will be the most significant issue that will shape deep sea merchant shipping in the coming 3 – 5 year period.
Most people were not aware of any cost-effective retrofit solutions for existing ships...
66% of respondents said that most deep sea ships launched in 2020 will be designed to use a mixture of fuel oil and gas...
84.7% of people thought LNG as fuel could potentially be suitable for deep sea ships...
Most respondents were from the following countries...
The majority of people thought that engine design would be critical to saving fuel in the future...