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Course Overview

LNG fleet and transportation management includes all aspects involved in LNG supply to places as per demand. Given the growing need for LNG worldwide, its transportation and all related aspects form an integral part of determining a nation’s success.

Successful fleet and transportation management requires looking into many details, such as fleet quality, safety guidelines, timelines and schedule management, carrier designs, legislations and policies, etc. LNG is one of the most preferred sources of energy as it is the safest and most environment-friendly energy source. In turn, its carriers need to be efficient, safe, of a particular design and following relevant standards.

This LNG Fleet and Transportation Management training by Zoe talent solutions will empower you with a comprehensive understanding of all critical aspects of LNG fleet and transportation management.

The LNG Fleet and Transportation Management course also covers some important facts related to specific carriers, tankers and bunkering facilities, which play a significant role in overall LNG transport.

This LNG Fleet Management training will equip you with the skill and capabilities to assume very complex responsibilities concerning the transport of LNG to places as per demand, thus enhancing your potential and professional portfolio for faster growth.

Course Objectives

The primary objective of this training course is to empower professionals with—

  • a comprehensive understanding of LNG fleet and transportation management
  • the required knowledge and skills to manage end-to-end transportation requirements for LNG supply to places of demand
  • the necessary information and understanding of legislation, policies, etc. involved in LNG transport from one place to another, especially across borders
  • the knowledge of different carriers and designs of each required as per different criteria and specific requirements during LNG transport
  • awareness and consciousness to take all precautionary measures and follow all standard safety practices for overall transportation management
  • the confidence and knowledge to train other aspiring professionals on critical aspects of LNG fleet and transportation management
  • the confidence and ability to protect organisational interests through all procedures and formalities involved in LNG transportation as well as during emergency situations
  • the skill and capability to partake in any critical decision making with regard to LNG fleet and transportation management, thus demonstrating talent and potential and inviting growth and progression opportunities within and outside the organisation

Training Methodology

Training at Zoe Talent Solutions is extremely flexible in that the course content can be customised to suit the professional backgrounds and experiences of a particular audience. Thus, the content is thoroughly reviewed before each training session, and changes are made, if necessary.

The content is relayed through detailed and helpful audio-visual presentations by an experienced professional from the relevant domain. Trainee participation is promised through group projects, role-plays, case study discussions, etc. Situational analysis and experiential learning form an integral part of the training program.

This innovative, successful approach to training is adopted by Zoe Talent Solutions for all its courses and is called the Do–Review–Learn–Apply Model.

Organisation Benefit

By professionals undertaking this training course, their organisations will benefit in the following ways:

  • Seamless end-to-end LNG fleet and transportation management by trained and experienced professionals
  • Appropriate choices on the type of carriers and their respective designs to support successful storage and transport of LNG
  • Accurate assessment of possible risks and challenges and definition of corrective actions and next steps to address these and prevent damage
  • Compliance with all legal requirements and procedures outlined for transport and supply within and across borders
  • Protection of the organisation against risks of loss due to hazards or accidents or legal implications from safety and other serious violations
  • Organisational growth because of seamless transport and good efficiency, thus helping the organisation cope with increasing demands for LNG supply, in turn growing in revenue and client base
  • Regular training of employees involved in all aspects of fleet and transportation management, at no additional cost
  • Increased safety of employees, the environment and property despite high chances and scope for accidents to occur

Personal Benefit

Professionals enrolling for this training course will derive the following benefits:

  • Detailed understanding and knowledge of LNG fleet and transportation management
  • Greater information and experience regarding LNG carriers and their specific design requirements
  • Increased potential and confidence to handle emergency situations for one’s organisation, minimising damages or losses
  • Enhanced understanding and knowledge of legislation and other formalities required for within or across boundary transport of LNG, thereby increasing one’s prospects for better opportunities and roles in the LNG industry
  • Better experience and exposure to train other professionals on aspects related to fleet and transportation management
  • Enhanced skill set and capabilities to undertake senior roles in one’s organisation or any other organisation, thus expediting one’s career growth
  • Greater ability and experience to contribute to organisational growth through better risk management as well as increased credibility resulting in increased investments
  • A sense of satisfaction and pride contributing to employee safety, organisational growth as well as consumer demand

Who Should Attend

  • Senior members of an organisation involved in strategic decision making regarding critical aspects of fleet and transportation management
  • All engineers and staff involved in operations to ensure safe and timely LNG transportation
  • Managers and supervisors overseeing all operations in end-to-end fleet and transportation management
  • Vendors and suppliers involved at various stages during LNG transportation
  • Legal advisors and compliance officers playing a key role with regard to standard adherence and legislative compliance
  • Potential investors who need to understand LNG fleet and transportation management to assess prospect and credibility of an organisation before making investment decisions
  • Any other professional interested in knowing more about LNG fleet and transportation management

Course Outline

The course covers the following topics to help you understand the LNG fleet and transportation management:

Module 1 – Components of an LNG Tanker

  • Boiler room
  • Pump room
  • Double hull
  • Bow thrusters
  • LNG storage tanks

Module 2 – Types of LNG Cargo Tanks

  • Membrane
  • Moss
  • Prismatic

Module 3 – Nature of Possible Hazards During LNG Transportation

  • Toxicity
  • Flammability
  • Frostbite
  • Asphyxia

Module 4 – Brief Overview of LNG Carrier Characteristics

  • Size
  • Trade mode changes
  • Boil-off gas problem
  • Evolution on the containment system
  • Regulatory framework

Module 5 – Propulsion Options for LNG Carriers

  • Steam turbines
  • Dual fuel diesel-electric plants
  • Two-stroke, slow-speed diesel engine (with re-liquefaction plant)
  • Slow-speed, dual-fuel engine
  • COGES propulsion
  • STaGE propulsion

Module 6 – Characteristics of LNG

  • Composition
  • Physicochemical properties
  • Hazardous properties

Module 7 – LNG Bunkering Methods

  • Truck-to-ship
  • Ship-to-ship
  • Terminal (Port)-to-Ship
  • ISO container-to-ship

Module 8 – LNG Bunkering Equipment and Infrastructure

  • LNG feeder vessels
  • LNG bunker vessels
  • LNG bunker barge
  • LNG IMO tanks/containment systems
  • LNG trucks
  • ISO LNG tanks
  • LNG bunkering stations
  • Liquefaction units
  • LNG pipelines
  • LNG hoses
  • Dry quick connect/disconnect coupling
  • Isolation flange
  • Drip trays

Module 9 – Different Emergency Systems During Bunkering

  • Emergency release system (ERS)
  • Emergency release coupling (ERC)
  • Emergency shut-down (ESD)

Module 10 – Reasons for Activation of Emergency Shut-Down (ESD)

  • Gas/fire detection
  • Manual activation
  • Excessive ship movement
  • Power failure
  • High level in receiving tank
  • Abnormal pressure in the transfer system
  • High tank pressure
  • Excessive stress in LNG bunker arm
Note
Customized Schedule is available for all courses irrespective of dates on the Calendar. Please get in touch with us for details.
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