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Project Presentation. What is BPO? Maritime Stakeholder Event (Brussels, 1 June 2011): “ Clean Air at sea: promoting solutions for sustainable and competitive.

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1 Project Presentation

2 What is BPO?

3 Maritime Stakeholder Event (Brussels, 1 June 2011): “ Clean Air at sea: promoting solutions for sustainable and competitive shipping” By Mr Siim Kallas, Vice-President of the European Commission “LNG in particular has the potential to be an environmentally friendly and viable alternative to marine fuel oil and marine gas oil, particularly at the beginning for short sea shipping”

4 Baltic ports see the LNG as a fuel of the future Therefore, BPO has initiated development of LNG bunkering infrastructure in the Baltic ports and on 23 of September 2011 the project LNG in the Baltic Sea Ports was delivered to TEN-T EA for co-financing by EC within TEN-T/MoS Program 2011

5 A positive decision at the TEN-T Financial Assistance Committee (30 January 2012) “The proposal is very relevant, mature and of very good quality. The proposed action is expected to have a positive impact on the environmental performance of maritime shipping in the Baltic region, and possibly other European regions through dissemination of best practice. Therefore, the project is expected to produce considerable EU added value. The joint development of a port network of LNG infrastructure will be innovative and conducive to meeting the SECA emission requirements.”

6 Project: LNG in the Baltic Sea Ports: 7 ports around the Baltic Sea plus supporting ports supported by many industry organizations (ship-owners, national ports organizations, ESPO) - Focus on real investment - Co-ordinated approach - First phase:preinvestment studies - Around 4 mln. Euro

7 The main aim of ‘LNG in Baltic Sea Ports’, co-financed by the EU TEN-T Multi- Annual Programme, is to foster a harmonised approach towards LNG bunker filling infrastructure in the Baltic Sea area. Seven ports are involved in the project – Aarhus, Copenhagen-Malmö, Helsingborg, Helsinki, Stockholm, Tallinn and Turku. Each of the project partners is planning the development of port infrastructure to offer LNG bunker stations to ship-owners in the future. The works in the ports focus on pre-investment studies such as environmental impact assessments, feasibility analyses for LNG terminals or bunkering vessels, project designs, regional market studies, safety manuals, etc.

8 The results of the studies will allow to start the physical investments in infrastructure for LNG tanking. Moreover, project works include a so-called ‘stakeholder platform’ which will facilitate a discussion among various actors, such as port authorities, shipowners, gas infrastructure providers, energy traders and bunkering companies. The platform will also welcome representatives from the North Sea who will share their knowledge and views on LNG.

9 The project’s idea is meant to deliver both credible know- how on LNG as a marine fuel and an answer to the IMO’s sulphur directive. This will also contribute to the realization of TEN-T Priority Area 21 (Motorways of the Sea) in compliance with the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region – a model area for clean shipping. The initiative’s efforts will be centred in the ’LNG Guidebook’ containing best practices, recommendations and standards on how to develop effective gas infrastructure in ports. The project will end on December 31st, 2014, just one day before ECA becomes the daily bread in the region for us all.

10 Objectives: Development of the infrastructure in the ports for LNG bunkering, thus making possible to use LNG as fuel for the shipping industry in the future. This will decrease the emission to the atmosphere and make sea transport more environmental friendly. The project will result in jointly developed operational ships bunkering installations in ports that can serve as objects of reference to other ports in the Baltic Sea region and to other regions in EU.

11 The wider benefits of the project are to: Foster innovation and deployment of necessary infrastructure for LNG bunkering facilities and to increase faster implementation of new technical developments in the maritime sector of the Baltic Sea Region; Contribute to the promotion of efficient, safe and environmentally sound maritime transport in the Baltic Sea by creating a harmonised infrastructure for bunkering LNG in the Baltic Sea region (based on on- going LNG feasibility study led by the Danish Maritime Administration)

12 The following activities are planned: - Activity 1 – 7: LNG pre-investment studies in participating ports - Activity 8: Harmonization and Stakeholders Platform

13 Activity 4 LNG in port of Helsinki Activity 5 LNG in port of Stockholm Activity 6 LNG in port of Tallinn Subactivity 4.1 Feasibility study Subactivity 5.1 Feasibility study Subactivity 5.2 Bunkering arrangements of LNG in Stadsgården area Subactivity 5.3 Safety manual bunkering and use of LNG Subactivity 5.4 Project study for all port sections (excluding Stadsgården) Subactivity 5.5 Project- and investments plan Activity 7 LNG in port of Turku Subactivity 6.1 Feasibility study with CBA Subactivity 6.2 General plan for LNG facilities in Muuga Harbour Subactivity 6.3 Environmental Impact Assessment reports Subactivity 6.4 Layout options and basic projects report Subactivity 6.5 Tender documents for constructions phase Activity 7.1 Bunkering arr. of LNG in passenger harbor for Viking Line Activity 7.2 Area arrangements caused by LNG terminal in Pansio harbor Activity 7.3 Safety manual for bunkering and use of LNG at port areas Activity 2 LNG in ports of Copenhagen- Malmö Subactivity 2.1 Mapping of shipping activities and volume estimations Subactivity 2.2 Localisation study Subactivity 2.3 Cost and market analysis study Activity 3 LNG in port of Helsingborg Subactivity 3.1 Market, sourcing, location and stakeholder analysis Subactivity 3.2 Risk assessment project and check of process for permits Subactivity 3.3 Risk assessment project and check of process for permits Subactivity 3.4 Design of terminal and quay including ship simulations Subactivity 3.5 Preparation of permits and tender documents Activity 1 LNG in port of Aarhus Subactivity 1.1 Feasibility study Subactivity 1.2 Approval from the authorities Subactivity 1.3 Design Phase Activity 8 Harmonisation and Stakeholder Platform

14 Activity 8: Harmonization and Stakeholders Platform Harmonization will be secured among the pre-investment studies in the different ports and the Stakeholder platform will be initiated to gather the key actors around the same table from the Baltic but also form out-side the Baltic regions securing the dialogue process and dissemination of the project results. LNG Guidebook (how to develop LNG infrastructure in the sea port). The LNG Guidebook would be used by other ports (that are not project partners) in the Baltic Sea region but also in other EU regions after project is completed.

15 Vision av ett energigascenter i Helsingborg 15 LNG-fartyg Sydhamnen Små Feeder-båtar tankar fartyg under gång ute i sundet Förgasnings- anläggning på IPOS LBG- tillverkning på NSR Båt som tex skall bunkra LNG/LBG innan den går in i sydhamnen och lastar. Transport till industri, mackar mm som ej har gas LNG/LBG- tankande båtar från hub Tankstation för lastbilar och personbilar Biogasstation för stadens alla bussar

16 Nätverket för flytande natur- och biogas i Helsingborg

17 Organisation för HELGA 17 Representant IPOS Representant Öresundskraft Representant Helsingborgs Hamn VD-gruppen Fattar beslut om uppdrag, finansiering samt övergripande samarbetsfrågor Kim Olsson NSR Jo Kristian Okstad Helsingborgs Hamn Föredragande PO Jansson Föredragande resurs Projektledare Anders Östlund Öresundskraft Representant NSR Representant IPOS Representant Sveriges Hamnar Representant Energigas Sverige Ordförande PO Jansson Lennart Albertsson Kemira Representant Helsingborgs Hamn Rapporterande Projektledare Informerar VD-gruppen Beslutar om projektsframdrift utifrån uppdragsbeskrivning Levererar till Styrgrupp Bidrar med utförande och expertkunskap inom resp omr. VD -GRUPPEN STYRGRUPPEN PROJEKTGRUPPEN Representant Öresundskraft Representant NSR

18 Varför Helsingborg? Strategiskt läge - Trafiktätheten är hög - Platsen optimal utifrån samtliga transportslag - Industrier LBG-tillverkning i relativt stor skala Helsingborgs miljöprofil Luftkvaliteten i staden ett problem

19 Knutpunkt sjöfart och vägtransporter

20 Ca 100 000 fartyg/år in eller ut ur Östersjön Ca 50 000 fartyg passerar årligen Öresund En av världens mest trafikerade farleder Helsingborg lämpar sig bra för bunkring av fartyg Knutpunkt vägtransporter Ca 70 % av godstransporterna i Skåne passerar Helsingborg Ca 3 miljoner lastbilar på motorvägen utanför Helsingborg varje år Knutpunkt sjöfart

21 Synergieffekter – förutom miljövinster på transportsidan För industrier placerade utanför naturgasnätet För tankstationer för fordonsgas som inte är placerade vid naturgasnätet Stärker försörjningstryggheten till naturgasnätet Förbättrar konkurrensen på den befintliga svenska naturgasmarknaden

22 Vad kan LNG/LBG innebära för Helsingborg? Hållbara transporter Förbättrad luftkvalitet Hållbar industriutveckling i regionen

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