Workshop - CO2 Emissions from Inland Navigation
How to measure them? How to reduce them?
         
April 12th, 2011, CCNR, Strasbourg
         

  Announcement  
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Questions for workshop participants and the interested public about the CO2 emissions of inland navigation
  Information provided by workshop participants
  Presentations
  Conclusions and further work  
  Studies  
  Emissions calculator  
  Measures to reduce CO2 emissions  
  Links to relevant Websites  
  Pictures  
  Amendments to the website  
       
Announcement
           
Press release
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Programme
           
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Programme of Parallel Workshops
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Questions for workshop participants and the interested public about the CO2 emissions of inland navigation
           
Questions about the CO2 emissions of inland navigation
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Information provided by workshop participants
           
R. Bevelander, Utiliq        
Shore-to-ship plug-in technologies
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C. Christophel, Torque Marine        
Torque Marine Spezification EcoFlow Main propulsion and power plant
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C. N. Mueller, Siemens        
SISHIPCIS ECO PROP, The ECO - friendly PROPulsion for compact ships
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M. Werkmann, Voith Turbo        
SteamTrac System - Waste Heat Recovery System Using a Steam Cycle
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Presentations
           
INTRODUCTION        
Towards the decarbonisation of the EU's Transport Sector by 2050        
Ian Hodgson, European Commission
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WORKSHOP 1 : Methods to determine the CO2 emissions from inland navigation
Chair: Karin de Schepper, Secretary-General, INE – Inland Navigation Europe, Brussels
Standardization of a common methodology for the calculation, declaration and reporting on energy consumption and GHG emissions of transport services
       
Marc Cottignies, ADEME, Valbonne
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Measuring and managing CO2 emissions of European chemical transport
       
Jos Verlinden, CEFIC, Brussels
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Monitoring and assessment tool for CO2 emissions in inland transport
       
Romain Hubert, UNECE, Geneva
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Environmental performance of inland navigation in comparison with other modes
       
Eelco den Boer, CE Delft
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Calculation of CO2 emissions for a comparison of transport modes
       
Frank Trosky, PLANCO Consulting, Essen
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WORKSHOP 2 : Hydrodynamic measures to reduce the CO2 emissions from inland navigation
Chair: Juha Schweighofer, via donau - Österreichische Wasserstraßen- Gesellschaft, Vienna
CO2 reduction by fleet modernisation and improvement of transport efficiency, considering effects of shallow water
       
Thomas Guesnet, DST- Entwicklungszentrum für Schiffstechnik und Transportsysteme, Duisburg
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CO2 emission reduction by hull form optimisation using CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics)
       
Karola van der Meij, MARIN - Maritime Research Institute Netherlands, Wageningen
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Air lubrication as a means to reduce cost and CO2 emissions of inland shipping
       
Peter van Terwisga, Damen Shipyards Group, Gorinchem
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CO2 emission reduction by diesel-electric propulsion with contra rotating propellers
       
Hideki Shuto, IHI Marine United, Capelle aan den IJssel
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WORKSHOP 3 : Propulsion-related measures to reduce the CO2 emissions from inland navigation
Chair: Henk Croo, Commissioner of the Belgian Delegation to the CCNR, Berchem
Options for the minimizing CO2 emissions from inland navigation engines by reducing fuel consumption and using alternative fuels
       
Peter Scherm, EUROMOT - The European Association of Internal Combustion Engine Manufacturers. Frankfurt
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LNG as a fuel for inland navigation – challenges and solutions
       
Bert de Vries, Holland Shipbuilding Association, Zoetermeer
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Reduction of CO2 emissions by diesel-electric propulsion system for an existing cargo vessel
       
Claus-D. Christophel, Torque Marine IPS, Hamburg
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Reduction of CO2 emissions by diesel-electric propulsion system for a new built cabin vessel
       
Peter Andersen, e-powered marine solutions, Hamburg
 
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Reduction of CO2 emissions by heat recovery from inland navigation engines
       
Marcel Flipse, Voith Turbo, Heidenheim
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WORKSHOP 4 : Operational measures to reduce the CO2 emissions from inland navigation
Chair: Ivo ten Broeke, Commissioner of the Dutch Delegation to the CCNR, Rotterdam
The Energy Efficiency Indices of the IMO (design/operation) - useful tools also for inland navigation?
       
Torsten Mundt, Germanischer Lloyd, Hamburg
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CO2-reduction of inland navigation in the Netherlands
       
Martin Koopmans, Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, The Hague
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Reduction of fuel consumption by using automatic navigation systems
       
Alexander Lutz, University Stuttgart
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Operational measures to reduce fuel consumption in inland navigation
       
Desire Savelkoul, Autena Marine, Nijmegen
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CO2 reduction due to "topography orientated" voyage-planning and navigation - Prerequisites of ship handling simulators as training tool
       
Olaf Kammertöns, DST- Entwicklungszentrum für Schiffstechnik und Transportsysteme, Duisburg
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Summary
Workshop 1        
Karin de Schepper, Secretary-General, INE, Inland Navigation Europe
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Workshop 2        
Juha Schweighofer, via donau, Österreichische Wasserstraßen-Gesellschaft
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Workshop 3        
Henk Croo, Commissioner of the Belgian Delegation to the CCNR
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Workshop 4        
Ivo ten Broeke, Commissioner of the Dutch Delegation to the CCNR
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Information exchange
Information exchange on the CO2 emissions from inland navigation between national and international institutions        
Gernot Pauli, Chief Engineer of the CCNR
 
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Conclusions and further work
           
The CCNR prepares the way for the use of LNG for inland navigation - Safety takes top priority
 
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CCNR Workshop “How can CO2 emissions be measured and how can they be reduced?” 12 April 2011
 
Clarification of the emission reduction targets by the European Commission
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Extremely successful CCNR workshop on CO2 emissions by inland navigation
 
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Studies
           
Study in Flanders on the "operational and infrastructural emissions of inland navigation"
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Future Transport Fuels 2011
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Overview of studies for the CO2-intensity of inland navigation
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PIANC: Climate Change and Navigation
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Emissions calculator
           
EcoTransIT        
EVE Eco-calculateur        
           
         
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Measures to reduce CO2 emissions
           
Template for description of a measure
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P. Andersen / e-powered marine solutions
       
Neuartiges dieselelektrisches Bordnetz- und Schiffsantriebskonzept     
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R. Hubert / UNECE
       
ForFITS - assessment and monitoring tool for inland transport CO2 emissions
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C. Christophel / Torque Marine        
Innovative Propulsion Systeme
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C. van der Meij / Marin        
CO2 emission reduction by hull form optimisation using CFD
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R. Bevelander / Utiliq        
Shore-based electricity for inland navigation
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W.van Gemeren / Bureau Veritas Rotterdam
       
Engines / systems for the use of LNG / Dual fuel systems
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Peter P.A. Snijders / Shipyard Trico B.V.
       
Cooling and heating by means of excess engine heat
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L Korvink / IVW Scheepvaart
       
LNG as fuel for inland navigating vessels
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B Bürgi / CH Federal Office for Transport        
Support of replacement of older engines by those with modern technology
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P. Van Terwisga / DAMEN SHIPYARDS Group        
Air Chamber Concept Energy Saving System      
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H. Shuto / IHI Marine United Inc
       
Line-Shaft type Contra Rotating Propeller (“CRP”) - An innovative Propeller
configuration of better propulsion efficiency
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J. Zöllner DST
       
Removable filling
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Adjustable tunnel
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B. de Vries / Holland Shipbuilding Association        
LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) as fuel for inland navigation
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M. Werkmann / Voith Turbo        
Waste heat recovery
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C.N. Mueller / Siemens        
Hybrid diesel electric Propulsion
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Links to relevant Websites
           
EU Transport GHG: Routes to 2050
CCNR Congress "Navigation on the Rhine and climate change - a challenge and an opportunity"
Shore based electricity
UN Project on the development and implementation of a monitoring and assessment tool for CO2 emissions in inland transport to facilitate climate change mitigation
PLATINA Innovation Database
           
         
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Amendments to the website
           
The Secretariat of the CCNR would like to encourage you to forward appropriate items to amend this site, including descriptions of measures to reduce CO2 emissions from inland navigation, or studies to determine the CO2 emissions. Please send your suggestions, as well as any questions to the Secretariat of the CCNR: co2-iwt@ccr-zkr.org
           
         
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