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GAS EFFICIENCY SERVICES ENVIRONMENTAL SOLUTIONS 2012 MARINE SOLUTIONS

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tfOUR SHORTER At Wàrtsilà, we're passionate about optimising lifecycle value by offering precisely what each of our customers need. We can deliver on this promise because we provide the only total offering of marine products, Integrated solutions and services in the Industry-worldwide. We help our customers find the shorter route to bigger profits by focusing on operational efficiency, environmental excellence, fuel flexibility and services. This brochure can only begin to Illustrate why Wàrtsilà currently powers one in every three ships worldwide. But It can begin to show how our comprehensive...

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Wàrtsilà Oily Water Separator (OWS) 24 Wàrtsilà Bilge Water Guard (BWG) 25 Wàrtsilà Fresh Water Scrubber 28 Wàrtsilà Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) 29 High efficiency waste heat recovery 30 Wàrtsilà Power Electric Systems 100 Wàrtsilà Seals & Bearings 110 Wàrtsilà Auxiliary Systems 118 Wàrtsilà Generating Sets 122 Wàrtsilà Propulsion Packages 132

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Wàrtsilà's dual-fuel engines have exceeded 3 million running hours In both land-based and marine applications. This milestone represents a dual- fuel technology track record that cannot be matched by any other engine Wàrtsllà, a global leader in complete llfecycle power solutions for the marine and energy markets, Is the recognised frontrunner In dual-fuel engine technology. The Wàrtsllà DF engine series Is increasingly the power solution choice for utilities and energy companies, as well as for all segments of the marine industry, worldwide.

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Dual-fuel engine technology provides the flexibility to switch between the use of natural gas and heavy fuel oil (HFO), light fuel oil (LFO) and various other liquid fuels. This flexibility In fuel choice offers numerous tangible benefits, both economic and environmental. With oil prices fluctuating and environmental regulations becoming increasingly stringent, the operator has the freedom to select the most cost-effective and readily available fuel, whilst also having the ability to utilise natural gas In order to comply with emission

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CRUISE & FERRY Viking Grace Viking Lines new ferry Viking Grace will be built at the STX Turku shipyard, In Finland, and Is scheduled to enter service in 2013. Thanks to Wàrtsllà's dual-fuel technology, the vessel can operate without restrictions in the SECA Wàrtsllà's scope of supply for this contract Includes four Wàrtsllà 8L50DF main engines, the transverse bow and stern tunnel thrusters, and two stainless steel fixed pitch, built-up main propellers with complete propeller shaft lines and environmentally sound shaft line seal systems. The propellers are designed with the lowest possible pressure...

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In 2016, less than five years from now, the IMO Tier III rules will enter Into force, Imposing a severe reduction In NOx emissions. An alternative answer is to simply change the fuel from diesel to LNG. Flncantierl Yachts decided to explore these points, and to get real know-how and feedback on LNG and dual-fuel Installations from Wàrtsllà. For the subsequent project, Flncantierl Yachts developed the naval architecture while Wàrtsllà was fully responsible for the propulsion system . Pastrovlch Studio developed a new concept for the general arrangement, which is based on an extraordinary Integration...

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When taken into service in 2006, the 154,000 m3 LNG carrier 'Provalys' was the largest LNG carrier In existence. The vessel is propelled by dual-fuel engines and electric propulsion. The solution offers LNG carriers a number of significant advantages, including lower overall fuel consumption, fuel flexibility, The heart of the system Is four dual-fuel engines; three 12-cylinder and one 6-cylinder Wàrtsllà 50DF, giving a combined output of 39.9 MW. The vessel is employed to carry liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Norway or Egypt. The propulsion solution for the 'Provalys' uses dual-fuel engines for...

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The 25,000 dwt product tanker 'Bit Viking' was the first vessel ever to undergo a conversion by Wàrtsilà from heavy fuel oil to liquefied natural gas (LNG) operation. In October 2011, the vessel was handed over to the customer, Tarbit Shipping. The scope of the conversion package from Wàrtsilà Included deck- mounted gas fuel systems, piping, two six-cylinder Wàrtsilà 46 engines converted to Wàrtsilà 50DF units with related control systems and all adjustments to the ship's systems necessitated by the conversion. The 'Bit Viking' utilises Wàrtsllà's new LNGPac system, which enables the safe and...

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Viking Lady Delivered in 2009, the 'Viking Lady' was potentially the world's most environmentally friendly ship. The Wàrtsilà VS 493 Avant LNG design of the 92 m platform supply vessel embodies a number of groundbreaking, energy efficient, and emissions reducing technologies. The 'Viking Lady' is the first commercial ship ever built that Incorporates a fuel cell specially adapted for marine use. The fuel cell enables the 'Viking Lady' to generate energy more efficiently while, at the same time, reducing airborne emissions. The ship combines four Wàrtsilà 32DF dual-fuel engines with advanced vessel...

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Viking Prince The 'Viking Prince' entered service in March 2012. The environmental friendly LNG dual-fuel engines ensure low emissions of NOx and the reduction of C02. The vessel Is a Wàrtsilà VS 489 Gas PSV design and features outstanding energy efficiency, a unique hull form, fuel flexibility, and outstanding vessel performance In areas such as fuel economy and cargo capacity. The Eidesvlk orders Include a unique configuration of the gas electric propulsion system. This is based on a combination comprising the Wàrtsilà Low Loss Concept for Electric Propulsion, the Wàrtsilà 34DF main engines, Wàrtsilà...

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In 2001, Wàrtsilà supplied the Petrojarl I' with two 18-cylinder Wàrtsilà 32DF dual fuel engines In V-conflguration to meet the power production requirements of low emissions and high efficiency. This also resulted In lower operational costs. PGS Production, an oilfield service company based In Norway, owns and operates a highly advanced fleet of Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessels working in the North Sea. The choice of engines for the 'Petrojarl I' was Influenced by the fact that the vessel was to operate under Norwegian jurisdiction, where a carbon dioxide tax is levied...

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