The scope of work is to implement an electronic fuel management system – design, build and install -across the NLNG marine fleets – including NLNG tankers and other marine crafts. Such

eFMS system will be able to accomplish the following:

  • Increased Fuel Accountability – instant validation of fuel quantity received or assurance of fuel deliverance, with onboard alarms for fuel transfers out of specification where immediate action can be taken by crew and costly errors are avoided.
  • On-site and Remote Bunker Surveyor Validations – Bunker Ticket reporting via FUELNET available via onboard printer included in the system will be validated against any Bunkering Surveyor Results by the crew. Ticket information is reported back daily to FUELNET for management and shore personnel for further validation and reporting
  • 100% Data Availability – all data collected by the onboard FUELTRAX system is transferred live every 15-minutes to a secure data center and stored in perpetuity for historical access any time via FUELNET web-based platform.
  • Accurate Fuel Consumption Reporting – detailed reports on fuel consumption per engine, comparable historically overtime with pre-built dashboards, charts, and plots available for immediate access in FUELNET
  • More Efficient Operations – Real-time algorithms consider the impact of external forces against the hull to deliver additional efficiency recommendations based on real-time fuel consumption, adding an additional layer of fuel efficiency to vessel operations
  • Advanced Voyage Planning – real-time considerations of multiple data points (including weather) to deliver route planning and efficient voyage planning to ensure delivery warranty, cargo temperature, boil-off rates remain per voyage requirements, with reports and historical reviews of this information available in FUELNET. Vessel performance reporting – dedicated, proven fleet-wide vessel performance tracking and reporting system.

The project is expected to last for one year and will be implemented in phases during vessel dry docks.