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Fuel Gas Storage and Supply System

PURIGAS

What is PURIGAS (Fuel Gas Storage & Supply System)

PURIGAS™ is the package solution for Fuel Gas Storage and Supply System(FGSS).
It means PURe and Intelligent GAS storage and supply system.

Although FGSS is the most effective solution for IMO’s SOx,
NOx and GHG emissions restriction, CAPEX and installation space are heavy obstacles
to adapt FGSS solution.

To solve this obstacles, PURIGAS™ has been developed from the accumulated
technology for LNG related equipment and engineering capability of S&SYS and
Samsung Heavy Industries(SHI). As accumulated know-how, PURIGAS ™
will provide the most economical and the most reliable package system to customer.

Optimum DESIGN
Scope of supply
Background of Environmental Issue ( SOx )

Reinforcement of regulations for the conservation of the marine atmosphere by IMO, under the UN

1997 MARPOL Protocol : SECAs ( ECAs)

Baltic Sea Adopted 1997/ into force 2005
North Sea Adopted 2005/ into force 2006
North American coasts Adopted 2010 / Into force 2012
US Caribbean Area Adopted 2011 /Into force 2011
Outside an ECA Inside an ECA
4.5%prior to 1.Jan. 2012 1.5%prior to 1.July. 2010
3.5%on & after 1.Jan. 2012 1.0%on & after 1.Jul. 2010
0.5%on & after 1.Jan. 2020 0.1%on & after 1.Jan. 2015
Existing ECA zones and possible future ECAs

Existing ECA zones and possible future ECAs

Background of Environmental Issue (NOx & GHG)

NOx Emission Control Areas (NECA)

NOx Emission Control Areas

Initial IMO strategy on Reduction of GHG emissions from ships

Level of ambition Timeline

Carbon intensity of ships to decline

  • Strengthening of EEDI requirements for new ships

Short-term measures: 2018–2023

  • EEDI improvement (Energy Efficiency Design Index)
  • SEEMP improvement (Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan)
  • Speed regulation
  • Methane slip regulation
  • VOC regulation (Volatile Organic Compounds)

Carbon intensity of shipping to decline

  • to decrease 40% CI (carbon Intensity ) by 2030.
  • to decrease 70% CI (carbon Intensity ) by 2050 to decarbonize
    as soon as possible within this century.

GHG emission from shipping to decline

  • 50% reduction of GHG emissions by 2050 relative to 2008

Mid-term measures: 2023–2030

  • Low-carbon/zero carbon fuels introduction
  • Operational energy efficiency requirements
  • Market-based measures

Long-term measures: > 2050

  • Zero carbon/fossil-free fuels for 2050 and late
Reduction ratio of harmful gas by using FGSS

By using Natural Gas Instead of MDO, CO2 is reduced about 23% and SOx, NOx and PM are reduced more than 92%.

* Source: Marintek Report from Rolls-Royce DF Engine

  • NOx

    NOx
  • SOx

    SOx
  • CO2

    CO2
  • Particulates

    Particulates
Why PURIGAS™
  • Total Package Service for Engineering & Supply

    - Full package for Engineering FGSS and FGSS equipment
    - Turn key delivery of FGSS including S&SYS’s own control system (AMS, ICMS, IAS)

  • Engineering Support with Proven Technology and Operating Experience for various vessels

    - Reliable Engineering based on Reference and site experience in various of FGSS project.
    - Post docking operation with N2 , Bunkering operation, Pre-docking operation, Gas trial.

  • Engineering Data for Ship Design Relevant to FGSS

    HAZID, HAZOP / FMEA / Cause & Effect / FAT procedure / SAT procedure/ Gas trial procedure FDS(Functional Design Specification) /
    Tank preservation procedure/ Operation & Maintenance manual/ Double pipe drawing, etc.

  • Particular FGSS Control System for High Performance

    - Strong & Reliable Hardware
    - Providing Diagnostic Mimic of Automation System
    - Providing Logic Programming Tool for Function & Sequential Flow, Real Time Monitoring
    - Easy Maintenance with Search function, Change alarm set value

Flow Diagram
Flow Diagram for ME-GI engine
Flow Diagram for ME-GI engine
Flow Diagram for X-DF engine
Flow Diagram for X-DF engine
Flow Diagram for DFDE small vessel
Flow Diagram for DFDE small vessel
Major Equipment
Consisting Facilities
  • LNG Storage tank

    LNG Storage tank

  • Bunkering  Station

    Bunkering Station

  • Control & Monitoring system

    Control & Monitoring system

  • H.P. Pump Skid

    H.P. Pump Skid

  • Vaporizer Skid

    Vaporizer Skid

  • Engine

    Engine

Bunkering station
  • 1. Quantity: 2 sets ( Port & Starboard shipside)
  • 2. Liquid Line: 4 ~ 8” Pipe

    Vapor Line: 4 ~ 6” Pipe

  • 3. Dimension ( In accordance with SGMF guidance )
    1. Distance of manifold flanges inboard from ship’s side. : 1,100mm
    2. Horizontal distance between flange centers : 1,250 mm
    3. Vertical distance between flange center & working platform : * mm
      ( * depend on ship’s specification )
The Society  for Gas as  a Marine Fuel
The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel
Storage Tank
IMO Classification of LNG Carriers( IGC Code)
Independent Tanks (separated from hull structure) Integrated Tanks (part of hull structure)
Type A Type B Type C Membrane Tank
* Simple Design
* Pο ≤ 0.7 bar
* Full secondary barrier
* Flat Design
* Pο ≤ 0.7 bar
* Partial secondary barrier
* Simple Design
* Pο ≥ 2 bar
* No secondary barrier
* Simple Design
* Pο ≤ 0.7 bar
* Full secondary barrier
Type A
Type B
Type C
Membrane Tank
Type C Tank
  • Double shell with Vacuum

    Double shell with Vacuum

  • ISO container (20ft, 40ft)

    ISO container (20ft, 40ft)

  • Single shell with PU

    Single shell with PU

  • Bi-lobe Tank

    Bi-lobe Tank

  • Tri-lobe Tank

    Tri-lobe Tank

LNG Fuel Pump(Submergible Pump)
LNG Vaporizer
High Pressure Vaporizer Low Pressure Vaporizer
PCHE Type
  • Proper for high pressure
  • Compact size : 25% of Shell
    & Tube Type’s size

    (Small size and high heat
    transfer efficiency)
Hair Pin Type
  • Proper for high pressure
  • Lower cost than PCHE type
    but bigger foot print
Shell & Tube Type
  • High reliability
  • Easy maintenance
  • Self anti-fouling effect
    by Laminar flow
Shell & Plate Type
  • 100 bar + temperatures
    up to 400°C
  • Compact size : 25% of Shell
    & Tube Type’s size (Smaller foot print but higher
    cost than S&T type)
  • Self cleaning effect due
    to turbulent Flow
Control System
Control System
Reference
A-Max COT FGSS
Control system
A-Max COT FGSS
Control system
MAN ME-GI
Engine Test Bed
- Control system
MAN ME-GI
Engine Test Bed
Storage Tank
PMR(Pre-cooling
Mixed Refrigerant)
Tank
Storage Tank
PMR(Pre-cooling
Mixed Refrigerant)
Tank
EcoNuri
Automation
System
EcoNuri
Bunkering
of EcoNuri
EcoNuri
General
Arrangement
EcoNuri
1st LNG fueled
ship in ASIA Ship Particular 1.GT : about 200Ton
2.LOA : about 38m
3.LBP : about 34m
4.Breadth : 8.0m
5.Draft : 2.1m
6.Speed : abt. 15 knot
7.Passenger : abt. 57 persons
A-Max COT FGSS Control system A-Max COT FGSS Control system MAN ME-GI Engine Test Bed - Control system MAN ME-GI Engine Test Bed Storage Tank PMR(Pre-cooling Mixed Refrigerant) Tank Storage Tank PMR(Pre-cooling  Mixed Refrigerant) Tank EcoNuri Automation System EcoNuri Bunkering of EcoNuri EcoNuri General Arrangement EcoNuri 1st LNG fueled ship in ASIA