Smart Propulsion_webinar

Shaping a bulker and tanker industry

The efficient and future proof solutions for Bulkers and tankers, achieving optimum performance and minimized emission levels through advanced technologies

Owners and managers of bulkers and tankers are under increasing pressure to maximise lifetime value and minimise operational costs for tanker and bulker vessels – whether new builds or existing vessels. At the same time, stricter environmental regulations are being adopted, including such the International Maritime Organization (IMO) 2050 target of reducing greenhouse gases (GHG) from shipping by 50% compared to 2008 levels.

Wärtsilä’s integrated solutions help you to reduce fuel costs and optimise maintenance processes, increasing the profitability of your vessel as an owned asset and enhancing its resale value at the same time. Rather than contacting shipyards and receiving offers for standard, off-the-shelf designs, Wärtsilä encourage you to reach out to us first. Based on your actual needs, we can look at different technologies and see what alternatives would provide the best ROI.

New Smart Propulsion Machinery

The most environmentally friendly shuttle tanker

Key features

Future proof

  • EEDI compliance (-41%) ; clear roadmap to meet IMO 2050 targets
  • Machinery future fuel ready for ammonia/hydrogen
  • Option to equip with OXICAT, excellent GHG performance

Improved efficiency at actual ship speeds

  • Only one main engine in operation at normal ship speeds at a high engine load and higher efficiency level
  • Propulsion EcoControl for achieving maximum propulsion efficiency, and for achieving full advantage with shaft generator, wind-assistance and air lubrication

Smart power generation

  • Compact, and cost-effective shaft generators connected to the main engines
  • The number of aux gensets can be reduced as the shaft generators also can be used in port. Minimizing operating hours on the aux gensets
  • Small footprint, short engine room, increased cargo capacity

Improved redundancy, improved safety, with a twin-engine configuration

  • Much higher redundancy
  • Remote monitoring and control to maximize uptime and performance

Benefits from Wärtsilä solutions

Recommended solutions

Downloads & Links

Articles

Tanker in Tornio
Article / 31 OCT 2019 8 MIN READ

Who is afraid of the sulphur cap?

As the IMO’s Global Sulphur Cap 2020 approaches, time is running out for marine industry players to make changes....
  • Technology
  • Sustainability
  • Exhaust treatment
Arriving just in time
Article / 2 JAN 2020 4 MIN READ

Arriving just in time for the future

Late arrival of ships is a costly problem. But Wärtsilä’s Smart Marine technologies and port automation can...
  • Sustainability
  • Port and Traffic Management
Oshima
Article / 16 OCT 2019 8 MIN READ

Ultramax 2030: Next generation shipping

Ship owners can now have vessels that that are affordable, compliant with the IMO’s 2030 emission targets...
  • Sustainability
  • Gas solutions
  • Engine systems
The green energy of the future could come from tankers
Article / 30 DEC 2019 5 MIN READ

The green energy of the future could come from tankers

There are currently 10,240 tankers hauling 3.8 billion gallons of crude oil around the world....
  • Sustainability
  • Technology
Optimising costs while reducing pollution Three options for 2020 Compliance
Article / 28 AUG 2019 6 MIN READ

Optimising costs while reducing pollution: Three options for 2020 Compliance

Shipping remains the most cost-effective, energy efficient, and...
  • Sustainability
  • Technology
Creating future-proof bulkers and tankers
Article / 7 MAY 2020 6 MIN READ

Creating future-proof bulkers and tankers

For owners and managers of bulkers and tankers, finding new ways to minimise operational costs and...
  • Technology
  • Sustainability
  • Digitalisation

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Customer references

  • Teekay-reference
    Eco-friendly shuttle tanker

    A broad range of solutions for a new tanker class that reduces not only the environmental impact from the vessel itself but from the cargo too.

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  • Marfin HY Bulker reference
    Paolo Topic

    The integrated solution delivers a drastic reduction in fuel consumption and maintenance costs.

    Read more
  • Knutsen OAS banner
    Two new shuttle tankers for the KNOT Group

    will feature Wärtsilä’s VOC Recovery and LNG fuel systems to lower their emissions of CO2

    Read more
  • Aurora Spirit

    Spotting problems before they occur with Wärtsilä Expert Insight

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  • Gaslog reference slide picture
    GasLog Ltd.

    Maintenance agreement for the fleet of 15 LNG vessels

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