This course is designed for those who require a deeper understanding of using LNG as a marine fuel, the associated bunkering
operation and the management of LNG bunker tanks. The course will firstly provide the introduction to LNG and its use as a marine
fuel, and then focus on the safety and stages of the bunkering operation, gas fuelled engines, the management of the LNG bunker
tanks while in service and emergency response actions. It will also cover the safety-related aspects of using LNG as a source of fuel
for ships, it covers in detail the technical aspects of the various different solutions and what needs to be considered for the bunker
transfer, storage and handling of the LNG using the various systems.
Benefits of Attending this Workshop
By attending this course, participants will be able to:
BE WELL INFORMED of the properties and hazards of LNG and how to manage the hazards through the planning of bunkering operations;
UNDERSTAND the different types of bunkering operations that can be performed and the safety implications for the different operations, for the
different types of tank containment systems;
OUTLINE the Quantity and Quality measurement systems in use for bunker transfer;
RECOGNISE potential emergency situations and response to these for LNG operations and bunkering.
Who Should Attend
Anyone who wants to learn more about LNG as a fuel, it’s properties, transfer management, regulations and operational
procedures, as well as safe handling and tank management.
Ship owners and operators considering LNG as a fuel, ports and terminal staff new to the LNG bunkering operations, Classification
societies and Flag State inspectors wanting to understand more about LNG handing operations. Trucking and logistics companies
and bunker suppliers considering expanding to the LNG bunkering industry. Small scale energy suppliers or receivers, looking for
LNG as the energy source.