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Gas Engines

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Bergen Engines AS
Over 7000 engines sold world wide, and
more than 4000 engines still in operation
In-house R&D, production and test
Docking facility for sea transportation
RRM Foundry nearby

Established in 1943
First diesel engine delivered 1946
First HFO engine delivered in 1963
First lean-burn gas engine delivered in 1991
First marine gas engines for gas electric
propulsion delivered 2006
First 2nd generation marine gas engine
delivered primo Dec. 2010

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Bergen Engines AS

Bergen Engines supplies medium-speed engines for marine and power generation
applications, and for the oil and gas industry. Marine engines are marketed through the
Rolls-Royce Marine sales organization; engines for the power and for the oil and gas
industry via the Rolls-Royce Power Systems sales organization.

Marine | Diesel Marine | Gas Energy | Diesel Energy | Gas

Our vision
Complete LNG systems and propulsion packages with a strong focus on the full
system throughout the design, build and service stages
The lean burn gas engine
Clean exhaust

Exhaust From the Exhaust From the

MDO Main Engine Gas Main Engine

40 hrs in operation 4000 hrs in operation

Invisible smoke due

to natural gas engine
Macro Environment Drivers - Regulations 6

Lower sulphur fuel requirements in emission control areas from 1 January 2015
Ships trading in designated emission control areas will have to use on board fuel oil with a sulphur content of no more than 0.10% from
1 January 2015, against the limit of 1.00% in effect up until 31 December 2014.

Outside the emission control areas, the current limit for sulphur content of fuel oil is 3.50%, falling to 0.50% and after 1 January 2020.

UN Climate Conference 2015 - COP 21

EU’s Vision: Binding Agreement of GHG Reduction of at least 40% by 2030 (from 1990 level)
Methane slip more and more important!

IMO ECA World Map

ECA areas established under MARPOL Annex VI for SOx
• the Baltic Sea area;
• the North Sea area;
• the North American area (covering designated coastal
areas off the United States and Canada);
• the United States Caribbean Sea area (around Puerto
Rico and the United States Virgin Islands)
• China – Pearl River Delta, Yangtze River Delta
Possible future ECA areas:
• UAE - Dubai & Abu Dhabi - Expo 2020
• Indonesia – 2020
• Australia
• Singapore

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Bergen gas engines emissions versus diesels
Sox emission based
on MDO fuel with
0,1% sulphur

Diesel Engines

Gas Engines

Nox CO2 SOx Particulates Greenhouse gas

92% lower 30% lower 99% lower 99% lower 20% lower

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Key advantages of Pure Gas Engine
1. Simple installation with LNG tank only
(no need of HFO module + Heating + Purifier + Filter + SCR + Scrubber)

2. Higher load responses

3. No low load limitation

4. Methane no.70 >

5. Lower Methane Slip


The Bergen Gas Engines

Operational benefit:
Meets IMO Tier III
Single fuel = single bunkering
No purification system needed
Cleaner engine room
No oil spill during bunkering
No “switch over” problems - ref ECA or port
Long-term compliance with local port
regulations and potential benefits from
taxation/green port dues
Clean operation:
MS Bergensfjord
KV Gas 42000 hour of operation
Engine portfolio – natural gas

C26:33L (1,4 – 2,4 MW)

Bore 260mm Stroke 330mm
Speed 900 &1000rpm
Fuel: Natural Gas
6-8-9 cylinders
Propulsion and Gen sets

B35:40L/V (3,3– 9,4 MW)

Bore 350mm Stroke 400mm
Speed 720 &750rpm
Fuel: Natural Gas
8-9-12-20 cylinders
Propulsion and Gen sets

B36:45 (3,6 – 12 MW)

Bore 360mm Stroke 450mm
Speed 720 & 750 rpm
Fuel: Natural Gas
Propulsion and Gen sets

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Numbers of Vessel with Bergen Gas engines 12


5 5
3 3
2 2
1 1

2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total
Marine Gas Engines Produced 2006 -17 13


16 15
4 3 3
2 2 1

2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Total
Marine Gas Engine references
First marine gas engine passed 52.000 running hours
More then 1,5 mill running hours for marine gas

Boknafjord Island Crusader Hai Yang Shu You Abel Matutes

Fiskerstrand BRLT 9 VARD Brevik 765 Zhenjiang Shipyard, VZJ6297-1401 Retrofit
Engines: 3x C26:33L9AGas + Engines: 2x C26:33L9AGas Engines: 2x C26:33L6PGas (2014) Engines: 1x C26:33L9PG (2015)
1x C25:33L9A (MDO) (2011) 2x C25:33L6ACD (MDO) (2011)

Høydal Kvitbjørn Eidsvaag Pioner Bergensfjord

Tersan Shipyard 1011 Tsuji Heavy Industries 32 STX OSV Brattvaag 768 Bergen Group Fosen 88
Engines: 1x C26:33L6PGas (2011) Engines: 1x B35:40L9PG (2012) Engines: 1x C26:33L9PG (2012) Engines: 4x B35:40V12PG (2012)

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LNG bunkering process – truck to ship

LNG bunkering process – ship to ship

Bunkering of “Stavangerfjord”
by “Pioneer Knutsen”


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Bunkering Cochin - India

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The world’s longest journey by LNG at sea
powered by LNG Bunker Station


Graphic shows the 13,000-nautical-mile route of

Nor Lines’ “Kvitbjørn” from Tsuji Heavy Industries,
China to Norway – 100% LNG-fueled

Power Generation Combined Heat & Power Oil & Gas

Base load District heating Power generation

Grid support Greenhouse Compressor drives
Distributed power Captive power Pump drives
Stand-by Tri-generation
Peak shaving

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
Rolls-Royce gas engines

Delivered more than Reached beyond El. efficiency in

excess of
700 30
Medium speed gas
Running hours
Total. efficiency in
excess of

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
Gas engines for locomotives?

• Why use gas engines in locomotives

Lower fuel cost compared to diesel
Lower emissions
• Do BEAS have suitable products?
C26:33 range of gas engines could fit inside
Load response similar to diesel engines
Medium speed engines – long life
expectancy, low operating cost

Bergen Diesel LT-6

- NSB Di2
- Powered by Bergen diesel LT-6, 600 hp
- 50 locomotives were built 1961-73, last loco in operation until 2005
122 MWe base load plant - Mozambique

Customer TSK Electronica y Electricidad

Place Mozambique
Delivery 13 x B35:40V20AG2
Total output 122 MWe
Fuel GAS

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
60 MWe base load power plant - Tanzania

Customer Tanesco
Place Tanzania
Delivery 10 x B32:40V16
Total output 60 MWe
Fuel HFO

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
28 MWe Power plant at Yangon - Myanmar

Customer Zeya & Associates

Place Yangon, Myanmar
Delivery 3 x B35:40V20AG2
Total output 28 MWe
Fuel GAS

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
28 MWe small grid connected plant - Bangladesh

Customer United Power

Place Sylhet, Bangladesh
Delivery 3 x B35:40V20AG2
Total output 28 MWe
Fuel GAS

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
Base load, grid support, heat – Czech Rep.

Customer C-Energy
Place Czech Republic
Delivery 4 x B35:40V20
Total output 37 MWe
Fuel GAS

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
Electricity, heating and cooling - Italy

Customer Fiumicino Energia

Place Italy
Delivery 3 x B35:40V20AG
Total output 25 MWe
Fuel GAS

Bergen Engines AS
A Rolls-Royce Power Systems Company
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