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With daily fuel costs taking in a huge portion of the daily operational costs of a vessel, and new SEEMP (Ship Energy Efficient Management Plan) regulations within the shipping industry, having an insight in
fuel consumption KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) becomes increasingly important for shipping companies.
The SEEMP guideline, which is set-up by the IMO in 2009 and became mandatory in 2013, seeks to improve a ship’s energy efficiency through four steps: planning, implementation, monitoring and self-evaluation & improvement. ABB has developed an effective integral approach to tackle these four steps of the SEEMP, making the implementation of the SEEMP very cost effective and simple to execute. The OCTOPUS SEEMP compliant fuel monitoring set-up consists of easy to install mixed sensors and a software solution that is capable of measuring and displaying important vessel fuel consumption KPI’s and making this data available as well on the vessel as to the onshore operations department.
By using ABB’s Coriolis Master high performance fuel flow measuring instruments and Torductor system (for torque measurement), important fuel consumption and performance KPI’s can be shown onboard the vessel on the SEEMP reporting fuel advisory monitor.
By using the OCTOPUS Fleet portal, fuel consumption trends of the whole fleet can be viewed at and analyzed by the onshore operations department. Comparison of individual vessels leads to better and more profound understanding of monitored fuel consumption and the way the vessels are operated by the crew. As a result, the operations or fleet department can implement new criteria within the whole fleet with regards to maximum power consumption and efficient RPM distribution.
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