Course Update: Key issues on the 2020 fuels such as the types of fuels and quality that will be available in 2020 as well as the new potential for quality claims will be covered. The course will also examine charterparty clauses, use on board ship, key points for sellers, buyers and end users, and planning for 2020 in relation to supply chain and preparation of ships to comply by 2020.
Bunkers represent more than 50% of the operating costs of a ship, and marine fuel buyers often seek to obtain the lowest possible price, and this puts pressure on quality.
Not only do engines suffer damage due to low quality or off spec marine fuel, ships are delayed on voyages to effect emergency repairs and further time and costs are usually involved with unscheduled port visits for de-bunkering and additional repairs. Occasionally, waste products are found in bunker fuel and these are not immediately detected by routine analysis. Obtaining technical evidence to support damage claims resulting from such incidents is complex and costly and if this process is not handled carefully, all parties in the supply chain can be stranded with high costs and little chance of recovery.
This course is designed to address all the aspects of bunker fuel production, markets, supply chain logistics, delivery procedures, measurement, specifications, sampling, fuel treatment on board, routine and advanced analysis and claims management.
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27 May 2019Oil & GasOil and GaspetroedgePetroEDGE Training ProvidertrainingCourses
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