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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN

MARITIME
ENERGY
Develop key knowledge and critical
understanding to drive a more efficient and
responsible shipping industry
DELIVERED BY TUTORED PART-TIME DISTANCE LEARNING OVER 12 MONTHS

Course Programme
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I ntroduction to Energy Management and the International


Response in Shipping

Energy Efficiency and Ship Design

Energy Efficient Ship Operations

Energy Management On-board Ship

Alternative Fuels and Marine Renewable Energy

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Application Deadline Date: 31st August 2016


Course Start Date: 26th September 2016

The modules are written from both a


theoretical and practical point of view
which is an excellent mix. The topics
handled are useful in professional life
(Student, 2015)

n Shipping

company operations personnel and commercial managers, plus managers from related industries
including maritime trade, transport, logistics and offshore energy
n Naval architects, equipment providers, ship owners, operators
n Seafarers, superintendents and surveyors
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 rofessionals in government, maritime administration, regulatory bodies and international organisations
involved in protecting the marine environment
n Analysts, researchers and those seeking specialised study of maritime energy management

Supported by:
Scholarships as well as interest-free
loans may be offered to UK seafarers
(officers and ratings domiciled in the
UK) to undertake this course.

This is a World Maritime University programme and qualification. The course is taught, assessed, quality assured and awarded by the World Maritime University.
Enrolment and delivery is managed by Lloyds Maritime Academy.

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POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN MARITIME ENERGY

Dear Colleague,
With the shipping industry under increasing pressure to
meet more stringent environmental rules and regulations
while remaining competitive, the Postgraduate Diploma in
Maritime Energy, offered by the World Maritime University
in partnership with Lloyds Maritime Academy, delivers
the key knowledge and critical understanding needed to
drive a more efficient and responsible shipping industry which at the same time can enhance profitability.
In a sector where varying trade volumes, overcapacity,
freight rates and bunker costs regularly force industry leaders
to pursue all cost-saving possibilities to survive, this is an
important strategic and operational course. From naval
architects and surveyors, to shipping company operations
personnel and commercial managers, through to regulators
and government marine administration personnel, this
course is ideal for anyone with a role to shape the current
and future maritime industry.
This Postgraduate Diploma equips current and future
managers by delivering the knowledge and critical
understanding they need to shape a more efficient and
responsible maritime industry.
Covering a wide range of technical, operational and
commercial issues the programme delivers the knowledge
and critical evaluation skills needed to make informed
decisions and develop strategic management plans. Issues
from ship design and operation through to regulations
and alternative fuels are considered in the course. Some
approaches come from technology and innovation whereas
others can be attributed to compliance with environmental
and operational regulations and good business and
operational practices.
In order to make this course globally available, it is studied
by tutored distance education using the Lloyds Maritime
Academy virtual classroom. It provides an immersive learning
opportunity and enables shipping professionals to gain a
much respected postgraduate qualification from the
World Maritime University wherever you are based in the
world and while you continue to work.
I encourage you to read more, and I look forward to
welcoming you onto this world-leading programme and
meeting you at the World Maritime Universitys exceptional
graduation ceremony at the end of the course.

Dr Aykut I ler MRINA MIMarEST


Programme Director
Professor, World Maritime University,
Malm, Sweden

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COURSE PROGRAMME
Introduction

to Energy
Management and the
International Response
in Shipping
Introducing key notions of energy sources and security,
the impact of air emissions and the international
response particularly in shipping. The aim of this module
is to build a common vocabulary and understanding,
starting by exploring notions such as externality,
management and governance. The focus will then
shift to energy and its use, particularly relating to
social contexts, societal evolutions and our continued
dependence on fossil fuels. Thereafter, air pollution and
associated international responses will be examined,
along with the rise of the concept of energy efficiency
and the importance of energy management. The last part
of the module focuses on the response to air pollution
and greenhouse gas emissions in the shipping industry,
including MARPOL Annex VI and its chapter on energy
efficiency.
Important notions relating to energy
Energy sources and focus on fossil fuels
Energy security
Energy type: a social choice
Energy management principals, policies and their
rationale
Impacts of air emissions: local pollution to global
climate change
The international response to air pollution (IPCC,
UNFCCC, the Kyoto Protocol etc.)
Shipping community response to air emissions control
Promotion of energy efficiency in shipping
Energy efficiency policy and the International Maritime
Organization (IMO)
MARPOL Annex VI

Energy

Efficiency and
Ship Design
Fuel consumption in ship design and operation has
been widely studied over the years by ship owners and
operators, and a complete ship energy system design
is presented in this module including pertinent IMO
regulations.
Both ship resistance and propulsion are reviewed to
establish principles of ship powering in the context
of energy efficiency improvement methodologies.
Design approaches and technologies are assessed
for applicability to different vessel types. Ship main
and auxiliary engines, energy consumers and their
interactions including renewable energy devices are also
reviewed.
Ship energy efficiency is considered not only for the
sea voyage but also for the port approach and port
operations in addition to special conditions such as
shallow water and river transport. A probabilistic ship
life-cycle approach is employed to measure the effects of
ship design and energy efficiency improvements.
Guidelines and interpretations of IMOs work on ship
energy efficiency through the Energy Efficiency Design
Index (EEDI) are appraised, and the issue of shipboard
emissions is examined from the ship design perspective.
Ship design and energy efficiency
Frictional and viscous resistance reduction
Paints, roughness reduction methods, air lubrication
Hull form optimisation for wave resistance reduction
Ship propulsion improvement designs
Pre-swirl, propeller and post-swirl
Ship construction and shipboard equipment
Energy efficient ship design for life-cycle
considerations
Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)
Energy efficiency and shipboard emissions
Retrofitting

Energy

Efficient
Ship Operations
Optimal ship operation provides by far the greatest
opportunities for energy-saving and CO2 reduction.
Achieving this depends on a number of stakeholders,
from charterers and port operators to ship owners and
managers. Also, there are binding legal contracts that
need to be observed. All these impose constraints and
create barriers to the most efficient operation of ships.
This module considers key topics; from management to
legal and commercial issues; from just-in-time and virtual
arrival to slow steaming and relevant technical and legal
constraints; from weather routing to e-navigation and
advanced communication systems; and from ballast
water to trim optimisation and the all important port
operation.
Ship management, legal aspects and energy efficiency
Shipping contracts
Contractual, legal and regulatory frameworks
Commercial requirements
Role of industry stakeholders
Key drivers and barriers
Fleet optimisation
Economics of ship operation
Ship capacity utilisation
Ship speed reductions
Reduced ballast and non-productive voyages
Bunker procurement and ship logistics for optimum
operation
Dry docking aspects
Ship loading management
Just-in-time (JIT) operation and virtual arrival (VA)
Ship operation profile, analysis and impact of waiting
times
Port exhaust emissions
VA concept, practices and requirements
Slow steaming
Analysis of ship speed, power and fuel consumption
Economic and contractual aspects
Technical issues and best industry practices
Weather routing and e-navigation
Historical background to weather routing, relevant
tools and major service providers
Use of modern digital and communication systems for
optimal ship handling and routing
Trim optimisation
Science and physics of trim and ship fuel
consumption
Model tests, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
analysis, trim guidance matrices, relevant tools and
importance of masters experience and practices
Ballast water management
Ship ballast requirements
IMO guidelines
Ship loading to ensure stability and safety
Optimal ballast and best practice
Port operation and green ports
Loading and unloading practices
Impacts on ship fuel consumption and port emissions
Cargo and ballast planning
Green ports initiatives
Onshore power supply (cold ironing)
Relevant regulations, standards and current practices

Energy

Management
On-board Ship
The proper management and maintenance of various
ship-board systems and technical assets represents an
important opportunity for greater energy efficiency
and reduced costs. Most of these measures are under
the control of the ship owner and/or operator and can
therefore be relatively easy to implement.
This module deals with ship-board activities and their
impact on fuel consumption, with particular focus on
the optimal performance of technical systems and
machinery.

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Overview of ship-board activities


Ships staff organisation, roles and responsibilities
Activities that impact fuel consumption
The link between ship-board and shore-based
activities
Energy audit and review
IMO and ISO 50001 requirements
How to conduct an energy audit/review including
data gathering, analysis and benchmarking
Methods for techno-economic analysis of energy
efficiency measures and development of Marginal
Abatement Cost Curves (MACCs)
Ship performance monitoring
Manual and automated systems
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) and their reference
lines
Data collection, quality checks, transmission, analysis
and presentation
Identification of service providers and relevant
commercial tools
Future aspects including integrated systems with
seamless link between office and ship
Engine load management
Engine performance characteristics
Impact of engine load on efficiency
Current industry practices for engine load
management
Opportunities for engine upgrades
System planning for energy efficiency
Analysis of the ship en-route operation
Operation planning for reduced electrical and steam
requirements
Reduced utilisation factor for auxiliary engines,
boilers and machinery while en-route
Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP)
Energy Efficiency Operational Indicator (EEOI)
IMO guidelines
SEEMP development, EEOI calculation, effective
implementation
Importance of human factor and roles and
responsibility
Sample SEEMP and EEOI estimate issues and best
practices
Maintenance for energy efficiency
Link between maintenance and energy efficiency
Condition monitoring of hull, engines, boilers,
economisers, etc.
Steam system insulation, steam traps, and reducing
steam loss
Compressed air system monitoring, identifying
fouling of various systems
Technology upgrade opportunities such as lighting,
electric motors, etc.
IMO data collection and EU MRV
Introduction
EU MRV
IMO data collection system
Data collection / MRV and likely future use

Alternative

Fuels and
Marine Renewable Energy
The maritime community has been looking for fuel
alternatives due to its volatile prices and stringent
regulations on emissions. A few Emissions Control
Areas (ECAs) have already been introduced by the
IMO and numerous mandatory regulations have come
into force for air pollutants and energy efficiency. This
module will explore how new fuelling options and
renewable energy could be promising for the future of
the shipping industry.
MARPOL Annex VI, in particular Chapters 3 and 4, are
thoroughly explained as well as ECAs. (Retrofitting)
options such as LNG or emissions abatement
technologies, for the ships spending their trading lives
in ECAs, will also be covered. The principal alternative
fuels will be examined in detail.
Alternative fuels will be discussed in a holistic and
comparative way where Maritime State-of-the-Art is
presented. Key discussion areas are as follows:

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General: properties of the fuel, including technical


properties, comparisons, benefits and disadvantages
Economics: life-cycle costs, market overview, supply
and demand issue, and price

Logistics: production of fuel, infrastructure, and
storage
Technical: on-board systems, risk and safety issues
Maritime Applications: State-of-the-Art for maritime
use, recent developments, and Research and
Technology development activities.
Direct and indirect solar renewable energy will be
introduced with the focus being on marine renewable
energy and the applications of solar and wind energy
on board ships, analysing the associated benefits and
disadvantages. Case studies are provided to enhance
understanding throughout the document.
Motivation, MARPOL Annex VI Chapter 3, air
pollutants
Alternative fuels:
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and Liquefied Petroleum
Gas (LPG)
Distillate fuels
Marine Gas Oil (MGO) and Marine Diesel Oil (MDO)
Low sulphur diesel fuel
Biofuel and biodiesel
Methanol.
Renewable energy:
Marine renewable energy including ocean energy
Solar and wind energy and their applications to ships

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The Modules
This 12 month programme comprises
five modules. All five modules are
compulsory elements of the course
and are assessed by five assignments
and the final examination. You should
aim to complete the study of one
module every two months by:
Thoroughly studying the written
material provided
Testing your understanding of
the material by responding to the
directed learning questions in the
text
Completing and submitting your
assignments for assessment.
Assessment
The five modules are each assessed
by an assignment, each carrying 6 EC,
plus a final examination, which carries
12 EC.
The final examination is provisionally
expected to be held on Friday 8th
September 2017 and consists of one
four-hour paper, covering all five
modules. The examination will be
open book.
Further details will be sent to you
nearer the time. Information about
the assignment, the examination
and guidance for all your studies is
included in the course handbook
which will be sent to you at the start of
the course. All participants are strongly
advised to read it thoroughly.
Award Progression
The programme consists of 42
ECTS (European Credit Transfer and
Accumulation System) credits in total.
These credits can be counted towards
a MSc degree when a graduate of this
programme decides to continue their
studies with WMU.

PROGRAMME FACULTY
Dr Selim Alkaner MRINA, CEng, PMP,
APMP
Visiting Professor, World Maritime University,
Sweden
Dr Raphael Baumler
Associate Professor, World Maritime
University, Sweden
Dr Zabi Bazari
Managing Director, Energy and Emissions
Solutions, UK
Prof Dr Mustafa Insel MRINA
Visiting Professor, World Maritime University,
Sweden
Dr Aykut I ler MRINA MIMarEST
Professor, World Maritime University,
Sweden
Captain Colin Thomas
Marine Surveyor and Examiner of Master and
Mates

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Dr Aykut I ler MRINA
MIMarEST
Dr. Aykut I. ler is a naval architect and marine
engineer, who is a Professor at the World Maritime
University (WMU), Malm, Sweden. Prior to joining WMU,
he worked at Newcastle University (England), University
of Strathclyde (Scotland) and Istanbul Technical University
(Turkey) within the fields of Naval Architecture and Marine
Engineering.
In September 2016, he will be starting as the head of
Maritime Energy management specialization in WMU.
Dr ler has extensive experience in developing research
objectives and proposals and in managing grants
through life-cycle management of research projects.
Dr ler was involved in numerous FP5, FP6 and FP7
funded EU projects. He is presently leading the Maritime
Energy (MarEner) Research Group in WMU, which secured
funding from EU and IAMU to date.
His recent areas of research are:

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Maritime energy management and energy efficiency


Renewable energy (wind assisted ship propulsion in
particular) and alternative fuels (LNG in particular)
Real-time decision support systems for energy efficient
ship operations
Climate change impact on port infrastructure and its
adaptation
Lean, energy efficient and green ports
Life-cycle cost/environment impact models of green
solutions for ships, ports and shipyards
Decision making for trade-off situations of cleaner
seaborne transportation
Dr ler has been publishing results of his research
in internationally leading peer-reviewed journals with
high impact factors such as Applied Soft Computing,
European Journal of Operational Research,
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and
Environment, Computers and Operations Research, and
Ocean Engineering.

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the first day of the Course. LMA regrets that no refunds can
be given for any cancellation notice it receives on or after the

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COURSE CODE
FLR2696
Postgraduate Diploma in
Maritime Energy 2016-2017

5450 / US$8450 (VAT exempt)

ABOUT THE COURSE


APPLICATION PROCESS:
Apply online at www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/em.

COURSE DURATION:
STARTS: 26th September 2016 with the release of the first module.
Modules are released onto the website once every two months.

There is an application fee of 400/US$620 which is due as part of the


application process. If your application is successful, this fee will be deducted
from the full tuition fee. Should your application for admission to the course be
unsuccessful, your application fee will be refunded.

ENDS: 8th September 2017 with the examination and the final date for access
to the materials.

Your application will be reviewed by the course team before being forwarded
to the Programme Director / academic partner for approval. Participants will be
notified by email if they have been successful or not in their enrolment. This process
can take two to four weeks to complete. An invoice will also be sent if you are
accepted onto the course. Please ensure that you enrol in sufficient time for your
application to be processed and approved as well as your invoice paid prior to the
start date. Enrolments after the application deadline will be accepted but payment
is due with your application and will be refunded if your enrolment is declined.

 EACHING METHOD:
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The course is delivered by online distance learning, with access to online
tutorial discussion forums. Electronic versions of the materials in PDF
format are available to download, save to your computer, and print from
the course learning management system.
PLEASE NOTE: Every effort will be made by the organisers to distribute the
materials in the order and on the date specified. However, occasionally, certain
unforeseen circumstances may delay the delivery of a module.

COURSE FEES:
ONLINE POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA FEE: Fees for the programme
cover course study materials, access to WMU video lectures, and the
examination in Malm or London, as well as tutorial support and
feedback.

EXTRA MATERIALS REQUIRED:


The modules are designed to be self-contained; however, a
supplementary reading list may be included in the course handbook
and modules. As with any postgraduate course, it is recommended you budget
for some expenditure on additional books/ebooks.

The fees do not include the costs of personal travel and accommodation for any
examination or graduation. Participants are responsible for the costs of any special
arrangements they may request, such as an alternative examination location.
I NSTALMENTS: The course fee can be paid in instalments as per the dates set
out in the instalment plan. If required, please indicate your requirement for this
on your enrolment form.
 AYMENT: If you have not received an invoice within one month of applying for
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the course, please call us on +44 (0)20 7017 5510.
ENTRY REQUIREMENT:
The basic entry requirement is a Bachelors degree. Non-graduates with
approved professional qualifications or who have sufficient professional
experience may also be considered. Competence in English is required, as
evidenced by a standard, internationally acceptable examination of English,
in order to meet the demands of the course, and applicants may be asked to
provide evidence of this. Students who do not have a suitable test of English
may be admitted on a probationary basis, and allowed to proceed if their first
piece of assessed work demonstrates that their language skills are sufficient.
The normal definition of sufficient professional experience for all WMU PGDip
programmes is defined as responsible, managerial experience over a period of at
least five years duration.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE ABILITY:
The course is conducted entirely in English. Applicants must have good
command of English both written and spoken in order to meet the demands
of the course (skills at the level of a TOEFL score of 80 / 550, or an IELTS score of
band 6.0, Cambridge examinations, GCE/GCSE/O Level, is deemed necessary).

COURSE WEBSITE:
The course website has been developed in order to offer participants
convenient and flexible access to course modules and support
materials. The website also provides access to a course discussion forum
allowing you to enhance your learning experience through interaction with your
fellow participants.
WEBSITE ACCESS:
Your username and password will be supplied by the course start date.
It is essential that you provide a current personal email address on your
application form to enable us to send you access details without delay.
ASSESSMENT STRUCTURE:
ASSIGNMENTS: Students are evaluated on the basis of assignments and
a final examination. Each assignment has an individual deadline which
must be met as they are a compulsory element of the course. Assignments
include a variety of formats designed to test understanding of all the modules.
Collectively the assignments count towards 50% of a participants total mark.
Further information is provided in the course handbook.
EXAMINATION: The examination is worth 50% of an exam candidates total
mark.
EXAM DATE: 22nd September 2017
EXAM LENGTH: Four hour open-book.
EXAM LOCATION: The examination is held in Malm. However, subject to
available support facilities, arrangements can be made for candidates to sit the
exam in the location at which they are based at the time. To take advantage of
this option, contact the course organiser three months before the exam so we
may make the necessary arrangements. Additional fees may apply.

STUDY TIME:
The amount of time spent studying will depend on your knowledge,
experience and whether English is your mother tongue. As a guide
you should aim to spend 100 - 150 hours of private study completing each
module. The nature of a distance learning programme requires students to
adopt a disciplined and independent approach to their studies. In order to
study independently you will require good time management skills and self
motivation.
TUTOR SUPPORT:
PROGRAMME DIRECTOR:
To support you during your studies, the Programme Director is available
to help with any subject and assessment issues via the online forum or by email.
ADMINISTRATION:
For matters relating to enrolment, module delivery, and technical queries,
contact Danielle Knight, Senior Course Manager at Lloyds Maritime Academy
on tel: +44 (0)20 7017 4552, fax: +44 (0)20 7017 7854 or email: LMAadmin@
informa.com.
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA:
POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA: Satisfactorily passing all of the assessments
and examination will result in the award of a Postgraduate Diploma,
subject to assessment board confirmation.
 ote: This information provided is a broad outline of what students can expect
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from the course. Accepted applicants should refer to their course handbook for a
more comprehensive overview of the course.
T his is a World Maritime University programme and qualification, with enrolment
and delivery administered by Lloyds Maritime Academy. The course is taught,
assessed, quality assured and awarded by the World Maritime University.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information contained within
this brochure is correct. However, Lloyds Maritime Academy and the World
Maritime University do not accept any liability for any errors that it may contain,
or for any subsequent changes to the Programme, University or Government
policy that may affect the information given. Lloyds Maritime Academy and the
World Maritime University expressly exclude any representations or warranties
(whether expressed or implied) and all liability including direct, indirect, special,
incidental or consequential damages arising out of the use of the information on
these pages, to the fullest extent possible under law.
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incorporated by the Lloyds Act 1871 by the name of Lloyds
ENHANCED LEARNING CREDITS:

Lloyds Maritime Academy is an approved learning
provider on the Enhanced Learning Credits scheme,
provider number 2035.

Apply online at www.lloydsmaritimeacademy.com/em