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1 CNSS related environmental issues for the Port of Antwerp. G. F. Van Meel Adviser Environmental department

2 Introduction Environmental performance of shipping Air emissions from shipping Environmental Ship Index

3 INTRODUCTION - AIR QUALITY & FINE DUST INFLUENCES THE HEALTH OF PEOPLE -CLIMATE CHANGE IS GLOBAL PROBLEM -EU COMMISSION HAS WORKED OUT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS -IN PORT DEVELOPMENT PLANS AIR QUALITY CAN PLAY A ROLE -PORTS ARE OPERATING IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD= GLOBAL SOLUTIONS AND INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

4 HOUSTON MAY 2007 IAPH RESOLUTION: CLEAN AIR PROGRAM DUNKIRK April 2008 IAPH RESOLUTION: SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHALLENGES ROTTERDAM JULY 2008 WORLD PORT CLIMATE CONFERENCE: WPC DECLARATION LOS ANGELES NOVEMBER 2008 IAPH PORT ENVIRINMENT COMMITTEE SYMPOSIUM: WORLD PORTS CLIMATE INITIATIVE (WPCI) INTRODUCTION

5 Introduction Environmental performance of shipping Air emissions from shipping Environmental Ship Index

6 Comparative exhaust gas emissions

7 Comparison of CO2 emissions by different transport modes

8 Introduction Environmental performance of shipping Air emissions from shipping Environmental Ship Index Organization en verification

9 EMISSIONS FROM VESSELS CALLING ANTWERP

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11 Ship emissions, current options for ports Port clean air and climate strategies Improving port efficiency Modal shift Environmental zoning On-shore power supply Vessel speed reduction Implementation through Port by-laws Lease requirements Capital funding Financial incentives Voluntary agreements

12 Current port projects Carbon Foot Print On-shore Power Supply= IMT Environmental Ship Index Intermodal Transport Low Emission Yard Equipment Sustainability in Lease Agreements Low emission zones in the port Ultra low sulphur for inland navigation

13 MODAL SHIFT

14 Modal split: containers Seagoing vessel train 11% road 56% barge 33%

15 Rail transport –Antwerp is located on a junction of international lines –1055 km of railway tracks in the port –Each terminal is connected to the railway network –250 loaded cargo trains daily

16 Barge transport –Connected to the European waterway network by Scheldt-Rhine canal and Albert canal –Main inland terminals within easy reach: Brussels, Liège, Duisburg, Ludwigshafen, Basel, etc.

17 Modal split: containers Seagoing vessel train 20% road 40% barge 40%

18 ON SHORE POWER

19 19 What is new since May 2009 IMT concession at quay 242 Quay length: 453 m m Surface:ca m² Consumption of electricity/ship: kwh (60h/call – 52 calls/year) Investments done: SSE – system on shore € Studies € Previous investments ,84 € Total ,84 € Subsidies 45% = €

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21 ON SHORE POWER INLAND NAVIGATION

22 Introduction Environmental performance of shipping Air emissions from shipping Environmental Ship Index

23 Global mechanisms have the largest potential to have a meaningful impact on shipping’s environmental performance

24 ESI: what it is [1] The ESI is a measure for the environmental performance of seagoing ships (air emissions) relative to IMO rules It provides a tool that will assist ports and other parties to promote clean shipping Use is on a voluntary base Maximum responsibility with the ship owner

25 ESI: what it is [2] ESI is composed of credits (0 – 100) for above-baseline environmental performance regarding NO x, SO x (indirect PM) and CO 2 NO x : depending on performance of main- and auxiliary engines SO x : depending of the sulphur content of the fuels used CO 2 : bonus for monitoring and reporting of CO 2 emissions SEEMP

26 ESI: what it is [3] Simple and transparent ESI value is easy to determine, use and verify World wide recognition Suitable for all sizes and types of ships

27 ESI: how will it work [1] Ports develop their own incentive scheme based on ESI points and inform the ESI administration The ESI administration will enter this into its database ESI points Incentive Port A > 40 rebate on port tariff Port B > 30 rebate on port service charges ….. …..

28 ESI: how will it work [2] Ships may obtain an ESI by reporting on verified engine certificates, bunker fuel information and CO 2 reporting, via a secured web-based application The ESI administration will confirm the ESI and enter this into the central database

29 ESI: how will it work [3] On entering an ESI-Port, the ship may inform that port of its participation in ESI The port may then apply incentives for clean shipping Whenever a port wishes It can verify the ESI and may check the data on board the ship and report the results to the ESI administration

30 ESI: the way ahead Stakeholder presentations were done in 2009 Launch of the web-based application Sept 2010 Set-up of a ESI ships data base and data base for promotional schemes in 2010 ESI in use in 2011

31 Cooperation with stakeholders

32 50 ships tested, all categories Approach feasible and data available on board hours needed for data gathering Scores for NO x and SO x show significant differences ESI: test in project group ports

33 ESI test results overall ESI scores (max. 100) ESI: test results

34 NEW IMO / EU SOX VALUES  Globally 4.5 % till 1 January % from 1 January % from 1 January 2020  In Emission Control Areas 1.5 % till 1 July % from 1 July % from 1 January 2015  At berth Max 0.1% in EU from 1 January 2010

35 PM is linked to SOX-content

36 DEVELOPMENT OF ESI-SOX INDEX

37 NEW NOX STANDARDS OF IMO rp m = rotations per minute

38 THANK YOU


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