11 2014.

Korea monthly shipbuilding magazine
Shipbuilding Offshore Oil & Gas Offshore wind
2014. 11
Kormarine
Official Magazine
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50 (국문) SapuraKencana, 모듈러 공법에 SMARTPLANT®
Deepwater sector lifts the gloom over offshore plant
- A blue-chip sector for shipbuilding industry, growing at an
annual average rate of 6%
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- 인터그래프 코퍼레이션
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- Rockwell Automation
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Metering Stations Monitor Product Flows at World’s
Largest Refinery
- Emerson Process Management
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Issue
DSME successfully installed the first topside module on
the world’s first FLNG
HHI presses ahead with intensive reorganization in the
wake of the largest-ever deficit
Shale gas production in full swing with a surge in
shipbuilding contracts looming
Leaner orderbook for offshore plants, shrinking 78%
year-on-year to USD 3.4 billion
Technology
A turbo boost for LNG
- ABB
Volstad makes them green
- Enwa Group
SapuraKencana Leverages SMARTPLANT
Construction for Modular Construction
- Intergraph Corporation
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New Order
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The Shipbuilding Marketshare
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Offshore Plant Orders
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Siemens NX 10 delivers enhanced design flexibility and
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New Product
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On Land and at sea with high-performance plastics
- igus® Inc.
Smaller and Tougher 802.11n WLAN Solution
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New filter option gives Alfa Laval PureBallast 3.0
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BUSINESS
NEWS
ABB Korea named Choi Min-Kyu as President
ABB announced on September 29 that it
named Choi Min-Kyu as President. Choi
Min-Kyu, who came aboard as President of
ABB, is a former engineer and an expert
with more than 3-decade experience in
power and automation industry.
He obtained bachelor’s degree in electrical
engineering from Seoul National University
and worked at Hankook Heavy Industry
(currently, Doosan Heavy Industries). He
joined ABB in 1989, and since then, has
supervised various divisions, including the
drive, instrumentation, process automation,
industrial robots, etc., spearheading the
growth of ABB Korea.
In 2010, he helped fuel the breakneck
growth of ABB Korea while serving as
Senior Vice-President supervising the
Industrial Automation Division. Particularly,
he played a pivotal role in attaining 45%
year-on-year growth in new orders in the first
year after he took office as President of ABB
Philippines in January, 2013.
Choi Min-Kyu, President of ABB Korea, said,
“ABB Group recently announced the Next
Level strategy and objectives for 2015-2020
in an endeavor to take another giant leap
forward and better cope with the energy
paradigm change for sustainable future. We
will put primary focus on the growth of mainstay business and at the same time maintain
stronger cooperative relationship with
domestic customers to amplify the momentum of new growth for ABB.” He added,
“Human resources are at the heart of corporations. We take human resources development as top priority and create a businessoriented organization rooted in mutual
respect and communication.”
The incoming President Choi Min-Kyu was
sworn into office on October 1, 2014, succeeding the outgoing President Han Yoonseok who retired under the age limit.
ABB코리아 신임대표로 최민규 사장 선임
아 ABB코리아의 성장을 주도해왔다. 2010년 산업
자동화 사업본부 수석부사장을 역임하면서 ABB코
리아의 폭발적인 성장을 이끌어 냈다. 특히 2013년
1월 ABB 필리핀 사장으로 부임해 첫 해에 전년 대
비 45% 수주 성장이라는 놀라운 실적을 남겼다.
최민규 신임사장은 지속 가능한 미래를 위한 에너
지 패러다임이 변화함에 따라, ABB 그룹은 최근 새
로운 도약을 위한 Next Level 전략과 2015-2020
목표를 발표했다. 새로운 성장 모멘텀에 있는 ABB
의 도약을 위해 국내 고객과의 긴밀한 협력관계를
강화하는 동시에, 주력 사업 성장에 집중할 것이라
며 기업핵심은 인재다. 인재 육성을 최우선 과제로
존중과 소통을 기반으로 비즈니스가 중심되는 조직
을 만들겠다고 포부를 밝혔다.
한편 최민규 신임사장은 정년퇴임을 맞는 한윤석
대표 후임으로 2014년 10월 1일부로 취임했다.
ABB는 ABB코리아 대표로 최민규 사장을 선임했다고
지난 9월 29일 밝혔다. 최민규 신임사장은 엔지니어
출신이면서 전력 및 자동화 업계에서 30년 이상 경험
을 쌓아온 베테랑으로 알려져 있다.
서울대 전기공학과를 졸업하고 한국중공업(현 두산
중공업)을 거쳐 1989년 ABB에 입사해 드라이브, 계
장, 공정자동화, 산업용 로봇 등 다양한 사업부를 맡
Korea-Greece Shipbuilding Cooperation Council was held
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy
held the 2nd session of ‘Korea-Greece
Shipbuilding Cooperation Council’ jointly
with Greek government at Changwon on
September 29 and discussed the measures to promote cooperation between
both countries in shipbuilding, shipping,
and equipment industries.
The session was attended by officials of
major shipyards, including Park Cheongwon, industrial policy chief, Yoo Byeong-se,
Managing Director of Korea offshore &
Shipbuilding Association (KOSHIPA),
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Panagiotis Michalos, Assistant secretary of
the Greek Foreign Ministry, Dionisios
Sourvanos, Greek Ambassador to Korea,
and about 30 representatives from Greek
Marine Equipment Association, etc.
Greece is the world’s largest shipping
country, taking the top spot worldwide in
terms of major shipping indicators such as
the number of vessels owned, deadweight
tonnage, total transport volumes, value of
fleet, etc. New orders placed by Greece at
domestic shipyards last year stand at a
combined 3.8 million CGT which accounts
for 20% of the nation’s aggregate new
order intake.
The Korea-Greece Shipbuilding Cooperation
Council was organized as a follow-up measure of the summit held at the end of last
year between the two countries, and has
been held regularly under the MOU
(Memorandum of Understanding) on shipbuilding technical cooperation which was
signed during the visit of Yoon Sang-jik,
Minister of Trade, Industry and Energy, to
Greece in June this year.
한국-그리스 조선협력회의 개최
산업통상자원부는 그리스 정부와 공동으로 지난 9월
29일 창원에서 제2회 한국-그리스 조선협력회의를
개최하고 양국의 조선, 해운, 기자재 산업간 협력방
안을 논의했다.
이번 회의에는 박청원 산업정책실장, 유병세 조선해
양플랜트협회 전무 등 주요 조선사 대표들과 미할
로스(Panagiotis Michalos) 그리스 외교부 차관보, 수
르바노스(Dionisios Sourvanos) 주한 그리스대사, 그
리스 조선기자재협회 대표 등 30여명의 대표들이
참석했다.
그리스는 선박보유량, 재화중량톤수, 총 수송량, 선
단가치 등 주요 해운지표에서 모두 세계 1위를 기
록한 해운강국이며, 지난해 그리스가 우리나라에 발
주한 선박량은 380만 CGT로 총수주량의 20%에 달
하는 주요 발주국이다.
한-그리스 조선협력회의는 작년 말 개최된 양국 정
상회담 후속조치로 금년 6월 윤상직 산업부 장관의
그리스 방문 계기에 체결한 조선기술협력 양해각서
에 따라 정례적으로 개최되었다.
Dassault Systems Korea unveiled the ‘business experience platform’ strategy
Dassault Systems Korea held ‘2014 Press
Conference on 3D Experience with invited
CEOs’ at Millennium Seoul Hilton hotel on
October 14 and announce even more rigorous ‘business experience platform’ strategy.
Bernard Charlès, CEO of Dassault Systems,
stressed in his keynote speech that the ‘3D
Experience Platform’, the business experience platform of Dassault Systems, continued to growth fast both qualitatively and
quantitatively. Dassault Systems completed
the 3D Experience Platform evolving from
3D design, digital mock-up, and product lifecycle management, which is the integrated
business experience platform with 12 applications usable for all industries. Based on
this achievement, Dassault Systems has
secured more than 19,000 new customers
and is providing its 3D Experience Platform
to customers worldwide.
Bernard Charlès, CEO of Dassault
Systems, said that Dassault Systems
actively adopted the cloud, standing at the
forefront of effort to
introduce the cloud to
the traditional onpremise enterprise
product lifecycle
management market.
The 3D Experience
Platform applicable to
both on-premise and
cloud environments
can be reasonably
introduced, regardless of the scale of
enterprise.
Cho Young-bin, President of Dassault Systems Korea, said,
“Dassault Systems’ 3D Experience
Platform has been instrumental very much
for enterprises to create user experience
and spearhead the economy of experience. For that, we are pushing forward
customized strategies in 3 areas such as
Social, Industry, and Experience.”
다쏘시스템코리아, 비즈니스 경험 플랫폼
전략 발표
플랫폼으로 모든 산업에서 사용 가능한 12개의 애플
리케이션을 갖춘 통합적인 비즈니스 경험 플랫폼을
완성했다. 이런 성과를 바탕으로 다쏘시스템은
19,000개 이상의 신규 고객을 확보하며, 현재 전세계
고객에게 3D익스피리언스 플랫폼을 제공하고 있다.
버나드 샬레 CEO는 다쏘시스템이 클라우드를 적극
도입하며 기존 온-프레미스 중심이던 기업용 제품
수명주기관리 솔루션 시장에 클라우드 도입을 선도
해 나가고 있다고 말했다. 온-프레미스와 클라우드
환경에서 모두 이용 가능한 3D익스피리언스 플랫
폼은 기업 규모에 상관없이 합리적으로 도입이 가
능하다.
다쏘시스템코리아는 지난 10월 14일 밀레니엄 서
울힐튼호텔에서 2014 3D익스피리언스 CEO 초청
기자간담회를 개최하고, 더욱 강화된 비즈니스 경
험 플랫폼 전략을 발표했다.
버나드 샬레(Bernard Charlès) 다쏘시스템 CEO는 기
조 연설을 통해 다쏘시스템의 비즈니스 경험 플랫
폼인 3D익스피리언스 플랫폼이 질적 및 양적 모두
빠른 속도로 성장해 나가고 있음을 강조했다.
다쏘시스템은 기존의 3D설계, 디지털 목업, 제품수명
관리주기관리에서 한 단계 진화한 3D익스피리언스
Along with that, Dassault Systems unveiled
the ‘industry strategy’ which converts
industrial value to user value through
ISE(Industry Solution Experiences), the
optimal business solutions tailored to the
needs of 12 industries such as automotive,
shipbuilding, life science, high-tech, consumer goods, and energy industries.
조영빈 다쏘시스템코리아 대표이사는 다쏘시스템은
3D익스피리언스 플랫폼을 통해 기업들이 새로운 사
용자 경험을 창출하고 경험의 경제를 선도해 갈 수
있도록 돕고 있다며, 이를 위해 각각 소셜, 인더스트
리, 익스피리언스 등 3가지 영역에서 맞춤형 전략을
선보이고 있다고 말했다.
이와 함께 자동차, 조선, 생명과학, 하이테크, 소비
재, 에너지 등 12개의 산업 분야에 맞는 최적의 비
즈니스 솔루션인 ISE(Industry Solution Experiences)
를 통해 산업의 가치를 사용자의 가치로 이끌어내
는 인더스트리 전략을 발표했다.
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BUSINESS
NEWS
Emerson enhances SCADA system to streamline oil and gas operations
Emerson Process Management has
released the OpenEnterprise v3 SCADA
platform for the upstream production and
distribution market. The new OpenEnterprise
release offers ease-of-use and expanded
device connectivity for communication protocols. User-friendly tools in OpenEnterprise
v3 alleviate the pain of operating and managing large installations of RTUs and flow
computers.
The latest OpenEnterprise v3 release introduces a new paradigm to the SCADA
automation market with its “Action Engine”
technology. OpenEnterprise v3 offers an
intelligent automation engine that does not
require programming or scripting to manage complex sequential control. This
enables users to gain competitive advantage and increases operator productivity.
The Action Engine’s rapid application
development and change management
tools enable users to get their new system
commissioned quickly and empowers
them to make automation changes
required to meet changing business
needs. OpenEnterprise v3 is a source for
real-time data for both operational and
business users and as such is an integral
part of business processes, providing a
unified platform for better decision-making
across the enterprise.
OpenEnterprise v3 ease-of-use also
applies to the deployment of flexible system architectures needed for geographically remote locations. It supports a distributed communication middleware that
allows clustering of remote radio towers
into a single consolidated centralized
server.
Unlike traditional SCADA software,
에머슨, 오일 및 가스 작업의 운영 간소화
를 위해 SCADA 시스템 강화
다. OpenEnterprise v3는 복잡한 순차 제어를 관리
하기 위한 프로그래밍이나 스크립팅을 필요로 하지
않는 지능형 자동화 엔진을 제공하는데, 사용자는
이를 기반으로 경쟁 우위 확보와 운영자 생산성 증
가가 가능할 수 있다.
더불어, Action Engine의 신속한 애플리케이션 개발
및 변화 관리 도구는, 사용자가 신규 시스템의 빠른
시운전을 할 수 있고 변화하는 비즈니스 요구 충족하
기 위한 자동화 변경 역시 가능하다. OpenEnterprise
v3는 운영 및 비즈니스 사용자 모두에게 실시간 데이
터의 소스가 되며, 기업 전반에서 향상된 의사 결정
을 이끄는 통합 플랫폼을 제공하여 비즈니스 프로세
에머슨 프로세스 매니지먼트가 업스트림 생산 및
유통 시장을 대상으로 OpenEnterprise v3 SCADA
플랫폼을 출시했다. 이번에 선보인 새로운
OpenEnterprise는 사용 편이성이 강화되고, 통신 프
로토콜에 대한 장치 연결성이 확장됐다. 특히
OpenEnterprise v3의 사용자 친화적인 툴로 RTU 및
플로우 컴퓨터의 대규모 설치 및 운영 관리의 어려
움을 해소할 수 있게 됐다.
OpenEnterprise v3는 Action Engine 기술을 통해
SCADA 자동화 시장에 새로운 패러다임을 제시했
OpenEnterprise v3 is not licensed by tag
count and consists of scalable software
tiers that are fit for applications from local
metering to mega intelligent oilfield automation projects that require automation of
thousands of wells
스에 중요한 부분을 담당할 수 있다.
OpenEnterprise v3의 사용 편이성은 지리적으로 먼
거리에 떨어진 원격 현장에 요구되는 시스템 아키
텍처의 배치 유연성에도 적용된다. 이는 군집되어
있는 여러 원격 무전탑을 단일한 중앙 서버로 통합
될 수 있도록 허용하는 분산 통신 미들웨어를 지원
하기 때문이다.
기존의 SCADA 소프트웨어와는 달리, OpenEnterprise
v3의 라이선스는 태그 수를 근거로 하지 않으며, 국
지적 측정에서 수 천 개의 유정 자동화가 필요한 메
가 지능형 유전 자동화 프로젝트까지 다양한 분야에
적합한 확장형 소프트웨어 계층으로 구성되어 있다.
Marin Financial Center was officially launched
Export-Import Bank of Korea (Korea
Eximbank), Korea Trade Insurance
Corporation, and Korea Development
Bank launched the ‘Marin Financial Center’
at Busan International Finance Center
(BIFC) on September 29 and embarked
upon full-fledged marine financial services.
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Marin Financial Center was officially
launched through a series of consultations
with National Assembly, Busan Metropolitan
City and related industries after the government unveiled the plan to establish the
Center on August 27. This Center brings
together marine financial organizations and
experts of Korea Eximbank, Korea Trade
Insurance Corporation, Korea Development
Bank and will handle overall marine financial services for domestic/overseas shipyards, offshore plants, shipping, marine
equipment sectors.
Marin Financial Center will set up ‘Marin
Financial Council’, a consultative body for
the troika organizations, to promote effective cooperation measures such as joint
financial support. Particularly, Marin
Financial Center will operate counseling
center to improve convenience of customers, maximizing synergistic effects. In addition, Marin Financial Center will pursue co-
growth with related organizations through
domestic/overseas offshore seminar, business agreement, social contribution activities, etc., while making effort to add vitality
to local economy.
Korea Eximbank Vice-President Choi
Song-yeong, who serves as the first
Chairman of the Marin Financial Center,
said, “We will drastically expand marine
financial services by tapping into the extensive offshore financial service experience
and creative challenging spirit of the troika
organizations, and serve as a stepping
stone for Busan Metropolitan city to take a
leap forward to become the hub of marine
finance.”
해양금융종합센터 공식 출범
금융 조직과 전문 인력이 총 집결해 출범하는 만큼
향후 국내 조선 및 해양플랜트, 해운, 해양기자재 등
종합적인 해양금융을 담당할 예정이다.
해양금융종합센터는 해양금융협의회라는 3개 참여
기관간 협의기구를 설치해 공동금융지원 등 실효성
있는 협력 방안을 추진한다. 특히 상담센터 운영을
통해 고객에 대한 편의성을 제고하는 등 시너지 효
과를 극대화할 계획이다. 또한, 해양금융 지원과 함
께 국내외 해양 세미나 개최, 업무협약 체결, 사회공
헌 활동 등을 통해 관련 기관들과 동반성장을 꾀하
고 지역사회 발전에도 기여할 방침이다.
초대 센터장을 맡게 된 한국수출입은행 최성영 부
행장은 3개 기관의 풍부한 해양금융 경험과 창의적
인 도전정신을 바탕으로 해양금융을 대폭 확대하는
것은 물론, 부산이 해양금융 허브로 도약해 나가는
데 디딤돌 역할을 하겠다고 말했다.
한국수출입은행, 한국무역보험공사, 한국산업은행
은 지난 9월 29일 부산국제금융센터(BIFC)에서 해
양금융종합센터를 출범하고 본격적인 해양금융 업
무를 시작했다고 밝혔다.
해양금융종합센터는 지난해 8월 27일 정부가 설립
계획을 발표한 후 국회, 부산시, 업계 등과 수차례
협의를 거쳐 이날 공식 발족됐다. 이 센터는 한국수
출입은행, 한국무역보험공사, 한국산업은행의 해양
HSHI obtained ‘ISO 50001 certification’, the international standard energy management system
Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI)
was awarded ‘ISO 50001 certification’, the
international standard energy management
system, from DNV GL on October 6. ‘ISO
50001’ was launched by International
Standardization Organization (ISO) in June
2011 and specifies the procedures for corporate energy savings and management
efficiency improvement, etc.
HSHI has actively proceeded with activities
to obtain certifications, including the preparation of energy management standards,
management policy establishment, energy
review/target management, etc., since it set
up the task force last January to effectively
slash energy costs and greenhouse gas
emissions.
HSHI has annual construction capacity of
about 50 vessels, including the ships and
offshore facilities, at its yard covering an
area of 3.3 million square meters and is
operating ultra-large facilities such as
onshore dry field, 2 docks, 6 goliath
cranes, etc.
Shipbuilding task consists of cutting, connecting, welding, mounting, and commis-
sioning processes which involve extensive
use of gas, electricity, and oil. Currently, the
annual energy costs of HSHI stand at KRW
100 billion. Savings worth more than KRW
5 billion can be achieved if energy consumption is reduced by only 5%.
An official from HSH said, “Having
obtained this certification, we will effectively
cope with environmental regulations that
have become more rigorous ever, while
moving ahead with enterprise-wide energy
efficiency plans to sharpen company’s
competitive edge.”
현대삼호중공업, 국제 표준 에너지경영시
스템 ISO 50001 인증 취득
스 배출량을 효과적으로 개선하기 위한 추진조직을
구성한 이래, 에너지 경영 표준서 제정, 경영방침 확
정, 에너지 검토 및 목표 관리 등 인증서 취득을 위
한 적극적인 활동을 벌여왔다.
현대삼호중공업은 330만 평방미터의 야드에서 선
박과 해양설비 등 연간 50여 척의 건조 능력을 갖추
고 있으며, 6기의 골리앗 크레인을 비롯해 도크 2기
와 육상건조장 등 초대형 설비를 운영하고 있다.
선박건조와 관련된 대부분의 작업들도 가스와 전
기, 유류 사용이 많은 절단, 취부, 용접, 탑재, 시운
전 등으로 구성되어 있다. 현대삼호중공업이 사용
하는 전기와 가스, 유류 등 에너지비용은 연간
1000억 원으로 이중 5%만 줄여도 50억원 이상을
절감할 수 있다.
현대삼호중공업 관계자는 이번 인증 취득을 계기로
날로 강화되고 있는 환경규제에 효과적으로 대응하
고 전 사업장의 에너지 효율을 높여 회사의 경쟁력
을 강화해 나가겠다고 밝혔다.
현대삼호중공업은 지난 10월 6일 DNV GL로부터
국제 표준 에너지경영시스템인 ISO 50001 인증서
를 수여 받았다. ISO 50001은 국제표준화기구(ISO)
에 의해 2011년 6월 발효됐으며, 기업의 에너지 사
용 절감 및 관리 효율성 향상 절차 등을 규정하고
있다.
현대삼호중공업은 지난 1월 에너지 비용과 온실가
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Daehan Shipbuilding held a naming ceremony for a product carrier
Daehan Shipbuilding held a naming ceremony for a product carrier on September
25 for the first time since its establishment.
This product carrier, ordered from Scorpio
in April last year, measures 256 m in length
and 42 m in width with a weight of 115,000
tons. After completing the 10-month long
construction, this product carrier was delivered to the ship owner following the naming ceremony.
This vessel, christened ‘STI ORCHARD’, is
the first product carrier built by Daehan
Shipbuilding. Daehan Shipbuilding which
previously focused on bulk carriers successfully built this product carrier and gained recognition for its technological prowess.
Immediately after the naming ceremony,
Scorpio expressed gratitude to Daehan
Shipbuilding for building high quality vessel
and donated KRW
2.5 million to each of
3 children’s centers in
the vicinity of Daehan
Shipbuilding’s headquarters to promote
even stronger partnership and regional
cooperation.
Meanwhile, Daehan
Shipbuilding currently
under court receivership has streamlined
corporate reorganization process based
on fast track system and is exerting the
best effort to obtain approval of its reorganization plan and put an early end to the
reorganization process within this year.
Particularly, Daehan Shipbuilding plans to
move ahead with the specialization of
product carriers and bulk carriers in tandem with financial structure improvement
through corporate reorganization process
with an aim to maximize productivity and
build stable production base.
대한조선, 석유제품운반선 명명식 거행
립이래 처음으로 건조한 석유제품운반선으로 그 의
미하는 바가 크다. 대한조선은 그 동안 벌크선에 주
력해왔지만, 이번 석유제품운반선의 성공적인 건조
를 통해 높은 기술력을 인정받게 됐다.
명명식 직후 스코프리오사는 고품질의 선박을 건조
한 대한조선에 감사의 뜻을 전하며, 더욱 긴밀한 파
트너십과 지역협력을 위해 대한조선 인근의 아동센
터 3곳에 각 250만원의 후원금을 전달했니다.
한편, 법정관리를 진행중인 대한조선은 법원의 패스
트트랙(Fast track) 제도를 적용해 기업회생절차를
간소화하고, 올해 안에 회생계획을 인가 받아 조기
에 종결할 수 있도록 최선을 다하고 있다. 특히 기
업회생절차를 통해 재무구조를 개선하는 동시에 석
유제품운반선과 벌크선 건조를 특화해 생산성 극대
화를 도모하고 안정적인 생산기반을 구축한다는 계
획이다.
대한조선은 지난 9월 25일 창립이래 처음으로 석유
제품운반선(Product Carrier)의 명명식을 가졌다. 이
선박은 지난해 4월 스콜피오(Scorpio)사로부터 수주
한 길이 256m, 폭 42m의 115,000톤급 석유제품운
반선으로 10개월만에 건조를 완료하고, 이날 명명
식을 거쳐 선주사에 인도했다.
STI ORCHARD라는 선명의 이 선박은 대한조선 창
Intergraph® Ranked No. 1 Worldwide Provider of Process, Power and Marine Engineering Solutions
ARC Advisory Group (ARC), the leading
research and advisory firm for industry and
infrastructure, ranks Intergraph® as the No.
1 overall engineering design solution provider for plant design based on revenues.
This marks the eighth consecutive year
Intergraph has been named the global
leader in ARC’s global market research
study “Engineering Design Tools for Plants
and Infrastructure Worldwide Outlook,”
which was first released in 2006.
The study finds Intergraph has a clear lead
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over its competitors in terms of overall global market share. Within the plant design
category (which encompasses technology
used in the design, construction and operation of process, power and marine facilities), Intergraph also leads the rankings in
primary industries including: chemical, oil
and gas, and mining and metals.
“Intergraph continues to be the market
leader in the plant design industry,” said
Dick Slansky, ARC Advisory Group senior
analyst and co-author of the study. “In
addition to having a broad product portfolio
that provides users with an excellent value
proposition, Intergraph continues its market-leading R&D investment to develop
new and innovative products.”
Gerhard Sallinger, Intergraph Process,
Power & Marine president, said “The ARC
Advisory Group’s research and analysis
validates that Intergraph provides the best
and broadest solution portfolio for the process, power and marine industries. We
strive to offer best-in-class solutions and
exceptional customer service, and these
results reflect that. We have had another
year of hard work, and continuous growth,
and we are very proud to again be recognised as the market leader in this important
study.”
ARC’s Engineering Design Tools study is a
comprehensive forecast that offers an analysis of the worldwide engineering design
tools market. The scope of the study
encompasses two design solution market
domains: engineering design for projects in
the process, power and marine industries,
and engineering design for projects for
infrastructure.
SHI developed the underwater hull cleaning robot
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) announced
on October 21 that it developed the underwater hull cleaning robot capable of cleaning the immersed bottom part of hull submerged in water.
This robot can replace the re-docking
operation performed to wash the hull
before the delivery of vessels, thus bringing
the benefits of cost-savings and productivity improvement. Re-docking refers to process of re-attaching the vessel again to the
dock for repair and hull cleaning, etc.
During the construction of LNG carrier, the
hull is launched from dock, followed by the
process of manufacturing cargo holds
while the vessel is moored alongside quay
wall. Including the manufacture of cargo
holds, it usually takes about 7 to 8 months
from the launch to final delivery.
Meanwhile, organisms are attached to the
hull of LNG carrier submerged in seawater,
resulting in slower speed of vessel. For that
reason, shipyards performed re-docking to
remove organisms from the hull bottom
prior to the delivery
of LNG carriers.
The underwater hull
cleaning robot,
developed by SHI,
can remove organisms from the vessel anchored at the
dock, thus obviating the need for redocking process.
As the re-docking
of each LNG carrier usually takes about 1 week, the saved
time can be diverted to other processes in
the construction of vessels.
An official from SHI said, “The cost-savings
and productivity improvement brought by
this underwater hull cleaning robot are
expected to place us better positioned in
winning new orders for LNG carriers.”
Meanwhile, this underwater hull cleaning
robot was designed to maintain constant
depth and direction in water and elude
삼성중공업, 수중 선체 청소로봇 개발
인도까지는 통상 7~8개월이 소요된다. 이 때 바닷
물과 접하는 LNG선 선체에 유기물이 달라 붙는데,
이는 선박 속도를 떨어뜨리는 원인이 된다. 이 때문
에 조선소에서는 LNG선을 고객에게 인도하기 전에
리도킹 작업을 통해 선체 하부에 붙은 유기물을 제
거해 왔다.
삼성중공업이 개발한 수중 선체청소로봇은 선박이
정박한 상태에서 유기물을 제거할 수 있기 때문에
리도킹이 불필요하다. LNG선 1척의 리도킹에 소요
되는 시간은 대략 1주일 안팎이다. 앞으로는 이 기
간을 다른 선박 건조에 활용할 수 있게 된 것이다.
삼성중공업 관계자는 로봇 개발을 통한 원가절감과
삼성중공업은 물에 잠기는 선박의 선체 하부를 청
소할 수 있는 수중 선체청소로봇을 개발했다고 지
난 10월 21일 밝혔다. 이 로봇은 선박을 고객에게
인도하기 전에 선체를 청소하기 위해 실시하던 리
도킹(Re-docking) 작업을 대체할 수 있어 원가절감
과 생산성 향상이 기대된다. 리도킹은 선박의 수리
와 선체 청소 등을 위해 선박을 도크에 다시 거치하
는 작업을 말한다.
LNG선은 도크에서 선체를 진수한 뒤, 안벽에 계류
한 상태에서 화물창을 제작하는 순서로 건조공정이
진행된다. 화물창 제작을 포함해 진수로부터 최종
obstacles such as external hull attachments. Organic matters peeled off with a
brush are perfectly recovered through the
filter, ensuring minimal impact on aquatic
environment.
SHI already completed performance test of
this underwater hull cleaning robot and
plans to put the robot into hull cleaning
operation for LNG carriers slated for imminent delivery from November.
생산성 향상효과가 LNG선 시장에서의 수주 경쟁력
을 높이는 데 기여할 수 있을 것이라고 말했다.
한편 이 로봇은 수중 센서를 통해 수중에서 일정한
깊이와 방향을 유지할 수 있으며, 선체 외판 부착물
과 같은 장애물도 피해갈 수 있도록 개발됐다. 브러
쉬로 떼어 낸 유기물은 필터를 통해 완벽하게 회수
함으로써 수중 환경에 미치는 영향을 최소화한 것
도 중요한 특징이다.
삼성중공업은 수중 선체청소로봇의 성능 테스트를
이미 마쳤으며, 오는 11월부터는 인도를 앞 둔 LNG
선의 선체 청소작업에 실제로 투입한다는 계획이다.
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DSME became the first shipyard to obtain the global CTS
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
(DSME) obtained the CTS (Carbon Trust
Standard) for the first time in shipbuilding
industry during the CTS (Carbon Trust
Standard) award ceremony held in Ara Art
Center, Insa-dong, Seoul on October 15.
CTS is the global certification awarded by
the Carbon Trust under the umbrella of the
U.K. government and Korea Productivity
Center to companies that stands at the forefront of efforts to cope with climate change,
like building energy management systems
and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
This CTS certification has the world’s best
authority and reliability in the field related to
international carbon reduction.
DSME has endeavored in multiple ways,
including the development of compressed
air reduction technology, trial operation oilsaving technology, energy management
system, etc., to reduce greenhouse gas
emissions. As a result, DSME slashed
greenhouse gas
emissions by more
than 5% compared
to 2011-2012, thus
meeting the requirements of Carbon
Trust Standards
(CTS).
Ahn Byeong-gyu,
General Manger,
Ahn Byeong-gyu (left), General Manger, Environmental
Environmental ManaManagement Group of DSME, and Morgan Jones (right),
gement Group of
Director of Carbon Trust, are posing for photo in the global
DSME, said, “This
Carbon Trust Standard (CTS) award ceremony.
Carbon Trust Stanglobal green management and environdard certification heralds transformation of
ment-friendly competitiveness since its
DSME into the world’s unrivalled shipbuilding and offshore company and attests to
announcement of ‘Environment-friendly
our leading role in reducing greenhouse
Global Leader DSME’ envisioned for
gas emissions and making effective
HSE(Health, Safety and Environment) management in 2012.
response to climate change.”
DSME has been steadfastly committed to
promoting contamination-free workplace,
대우조선해양, 조선업계 최초 글로벌 탄소
경영 인증 취득
는 글로벌 인증제다. 이 CTS는 국제 탄소 감축 관련
분야에서 세계 최고 권위와 신뢰도를 갖고 있다.
온실가스 발생량을 줄이기 위해 대우조선해양은 압
축공기 저감기술 개발, 시운전유 저감기술 개발, 에
너지관리시스템 구축 등 다양한 노력을 해왔다. 그
결과 지난 2011년~2012년 대비 2013년 온실가스
배출량을 5% 이상 개선해 카본 트러스트 인증 기준
인 탄소경영 평가를 통과했다.
대우조선해양 환경관리그룹 안병규 부장은 이번 인
대우조선해양이 지난 10월 15일 서울 인사동 아라
아트센터에서 열린 글로벌 탄소경영 인증
CTS(Carbon Trust Standard)식에서 조선 업계 최초
로 인증서를 취득했다.
CTS는 영국 정부 산하 카본 크러스트사와 한국생산
성본부가 에너지경영시스템 구축과 온실가스 감축
활동 등 기후변화 대응에 힘쓰는 기업에게 수여하
증을 계기로 세계 최고 조선해양 기업으로 도약함
은 물론, 온실가스 감축 및 기후변화 대응분야에서
도 선구적인 역할을 수행하고 있음이 증명됐다고
말했다.
한편, 대우조선해양은 2012년 친환경 글로벌 리더
DSME를 HSE경영 비전으로 선포해 무오염 사업장,
글로벌 녹색경영, 친환경 경쟁력 확보 실현을 위해
지속적인 노력을 기울이고 있다.
The 4th Houston Shipping and Offshore Conference was held
The Korean Consulate-General in Houston
held the ‘Houston Shipping and Offshore
Conference’ on October 10 jointly with
Consulate-General of Norway and Brazil in
Houston. The event was attended by experts
and corporate delegations from Korea,
Europe, South America, in the United States.
This conference is an annual international
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event that marks the 4th anniversary this
year after it was launched by Korean
Consulate-General in collaboration with the
Consulate-General of Norway in 2011.
Since 2012, the Consulate-General of
Brazil participated in this conference as coorganizer. In addition, other ConsulateGenerals of Denmark and Russia, etc.,
have also actively joined. The Houston Shipping and Offshore
Conference touched on in-depth issues related to the development of shipbuilding and
shipping industries, such as Filling the
Funding Gap in the Shipping & Offshore
Industry; Cases of Success in Different
Business Cultures; Challenges of the Labor
Market; and New Technologies and Designs
in the Shipping and Offshore Business.
Presentations were also delivered by the
experts in related fields from the United
States and 3 countries organizing the
event. Particularly, Mississippi governor Phil
Bryant delivered keynote speech at lun-
cheon. In addition, Dilek Ayhan, Norwegian
Deputy Minister of Trade, Fisheries and
Industry, and Paul Hobby, Chairman of
GHP (Greater Houston Partnership), delivered keynote address.
Among the Korean speakers making presentations at the conference were included
Cho Gyu-yeol, Director of General Director,
Ship Finance Department, Korea Eximbank, Ahn Yeong-gyu, General Manager of
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), and
Moon Hae-am, Director of Sales Design,
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
(DSME).
제4회 휴스턴 해운 해양산업 컨퍼런스 개최
러시아 등 여타 공관에서도 적극 참여하고 있다.
휴스턴 해운 해양산업 컨퍼런스에서는 해운 및 해
양산업의 새로운 재원조달 방안 강구(Filling the
Funding Gap in the Shipping & Offshore Industry), 해
운 및 해양산업의 국가별 성공사례(Cases of Success
in Different Business Cultures), 젊고 유능한 인력의
확보문제(The Challenges of the Labor Market) 및 해
운 및 해양산업의 새로운 기술과 디자인(New
Technologies and Designs in the Shipping and
Offshore Business) 등을 주제로 발전방안에 대해 심
층적인 논의가 이뤄졌다.
동 행사를 주관하는 3개 국가 및 미국의 각 분야 전
문가들이 발제자(speaker)로 참여했으며, 특히, 필
브라이언트(Phil Bryant) 미시시피 주지사가 오찬기
조연설자로, 딜렉 아이한(Dilek Ayhan) 노르웨이 통
상산업수산부 차관과 폴 하비(Paul Hobby) GHP
(Greater Houston Partnership, 휴스턴상공회의소) 회
장이 각각 기조연설자로 참여했다.
국내에서는 한국수출입은행의 조규열 조선해양금융
부 부장, 삼성중공업의 안영규 부장, 대우조선해양의
문해암 영업설계이사가 주제별로 각각 발표했다.
주 휴스턴 총영사관은 노르웨이 및 브라질 휴스턴
총영사관과 공동으로 국내를 비롯한 유럽 및 남미,
미국의 기업 및 전문가들이 참여한 가운데, 향후 세
계 해운 및 해양 산업의 도전과 기회에 관한 국제
컨퍼런스(Houston Shipping and Offshore
Conference)를 10월 10일 휴스턴에서 개최했다.
이번 컨퍼런스는 우리 총영사관이 2011년 노르웨
이 총영사관과 공동으로 처음 개최한 이래 네 번째
를 맞이하는 연례 국제행사로 2012년도부터는 브
라질도 공동주관기관으로 참여하고 있다. 덴마크 및
China Merchant boosts efficiency of new VLCCs with Jotun Hull Performance Solutions
China Merchant Energy Shipping (CMES)
has decided to upgrade the antifouling
solution on their VLCCs New Builds at
Dalian Shipbuilding Industry (DSIC) and
new subsequent contracts to Jotun Hull
Performance Solution (HPS) including
SeaQuantum X200.
“We actively respond to the call of energysaving and emission reduction. According
to the characteristics of our fleet, we closely
track and adopt international advanced
new energy saving and emission reduction
technology, continue to promote the technological transformation of energy-saving
and emission reduction,” said CMES
Assistant President Tan Youquan. “It is
known that Hull Performance Solution
(HPS) is a strategic and innovative antifouling solution towards our increasing
demand on bunker savings and environmental performance, in addition to a clean
hull against marine growth.”
“Our company always aims for conserving
resources, improving energy efficiency, emission control
and protecting environment. This target
is also what management team led
by managing director Captain Xie
Chunlin is supporting and pursuing,”
CMES’s Deputy
General Manager
Huang Yongquan added. “Advanced antifouling technology is central to optimizing
hull performance and our fleet’s energy
consumption. HPS demonstrates its effectiveness, helping us to quantify efficiency
gains and contributing to something we all
want - a more sustainable, environmentallyfriendly, and profitable shipping environment.”
According to Jotun COSCO Marine
Coatings’ President and General Manager,
Dong Zhaoming, “Jotun’s Hull Performance
Solutions is consistent with requirement of
sustainable development, part of which
involves taking active steps to reduce
greenhouse gas emissions. We are quite
convinced that HPS can play a very significant role in further reducing fuel cost and
greenhouse gas emissions for customers
and shipping industry.”
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SHI joined forces with domestic manufacturer, successfully developing core equipment of LNG-FSRU
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) successfully developed the re-gasification vaporizer
for LNG-FSRU (Floating Storage Re- gasification Unit) jointly with domestic equipment
manufacturer, breaking the long-standing
heavy reliance on import. The re-gasification
vaporizer fitted to LNG-FSRU is a core
device converting the LNG to natural gas,
and the nation has been dependent on
imported re-gasification vaporizers.
SHI has developed the re-gasification
vaporizer for LNG-FSRU in collaboration
with domestic equipment manufacturer
since 2012. SHI was responsible for system technology development and design
while Sewon Cellontech undertook prototype production and product supply.
Upon completion of prototype production
last May, SHI successfully completed performance test of the prototype in the presence of invited officials of major ship owners in LNG-FSRU sector in July this year.
This re-gasification vaporizer, developed
jointly, is 20-30% cheaper than imported
products. In addition, this re-gasification
vaporizer resolved the problem of nose that
occurred in equipment and drastically
improved the design and size of equipment. Particularly, this re-gasification vaporizer to be produced domestically has the
advantage in terms of transport, delivery,
and quality control.
Having successfully demonstrated the performance of the prototype in the presence
of major ship owners, SHI plans to apply
domestic equipments to LNG-FSRU that it
will build in the period ahead.
An official from SHI said, “With independent development of this re-gasification
vaporizer, we can secure more stable supply of equipment and price competitiveness. We will do more to team up with
domestic partners to develop technologies
and replace the imported devices with
indigenous ones.”
삼성중공업, 국내 기자재업체와 LNGFSRU 핵심장비 공동개발
발해왔다. 삼성중공업이 시스템 기술개발과 설계를
맡고, 세원셀론텍이 시제품 제작과 향후 제품을 공
급하게 된다.
삼성중공업은 지난 5월 시제품 제작을 성공적인 마
치고, 지난 7월에 LNG-FSRU 분야 주요 선주사 관
계자들을 초청한 가운데 시제품 성능 테스트도 마
쳤다. 이번에 공동 개발에 성공한 재기화기는 기존
수입산 장비보다 제작비가 20~30% 저렴하다. 또
한, 기존 장비에서 발생하던 소음 문제도 해결했으
며, 디자인과 장비의 크기도 개선했다. 국내에서 직
접 생산하기 때문에 장비 운송과 납기일 준수, 품질
관리 측면에서도 유리하다는 평가다.
삼성중공업은 주요 선주사 앞에서 시제품의 성능을
입증한 만큼 앞으로 수주하는 LNG-FSRU에 국산
장비를 적용해 나갈 계획이다.
삼성중공업 관계자는 재기화기 자체 개발을 통해
안정적인 장비 공급이 가능해 졌으며, 가격 경쟁력
도 확보할 수 있게 됐다면서 수입 장치를 대체할
수 있는 국내 기자재 발굴과 공동 기술개발에 더욱
힘쓰겠다고 말했다.
삼성중공업이 그 동안 수입에 의존해 오던 LNGFSRU의 재기화기(Re-gasification vaporizer)를 국내
기자재업체와 공동으로 개발하는데 성공했다.
LNG-FSRU에 장착하는 재기화기는 LNG를 천연가
스로 변환시켜주는 핵심장치로 지금까지는 수입에
의존해왔다.
삼성중공업은 지난 2012년부터 국내 기자재업체인
세원셀론텍과 공동으로 LNG-FSRU 재기화기를 개
Schneider Electric Sets the Standard for Asia Pacific with Innovative UPS and Data Centre Offerings
Schneider Electric was awarded the 2014
Southeast Asia ‘UPS Vendor of the Year’
and ‘UPS Service Provider of the Year’
awards for the third consecutive year at last
night’s annual Frost & Sullivan Best
Practices Awards ceremony. The energy
specialist was also presented with the prestigious ‘Data Centre Integrated Power
Infrastructure Company of the Year’ award
for 2014.
Philippe Arsonneau, Senior Vice President
of ITB Global Sales; Paul Tyrer, Vice President for Channels, Alliances, Strategy
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and Strategic Marketing, ITB Global Sales;
and Keith Murray, Vice President for IT in
Singapore and Brunei, accepted the
awards and shared their insights on the
Asia Pacific market and current trends
affecting the UPS and data centre markets.
“With the dynamic IT industry facing challenges including the ever growing variety,
volume and velocity of digital data, power
tensions, and resource shortages, there is
a drive in demand for more meaningful,
holistic IT solutions that attend to every
stage of a data centre’s lifecycle,” said
Philippe Arsonneau.
He added, “Schneider Electric understands and anticipates these challenges,
consequently delivering innovative answers
for customers from an SMB to enterprise
level. Among these include our services
bureau, involving a team of experts that
closely monitor critical systems using Data
Centre Infrastructure Management software; products such as our prefabricated
data centre ‘building blocks’ and services
like our end-to-end Data Centre Lifecycle
Services monitoring solution.”
슈나이더 일렉트릭, 프로스트&설리번 베스
트 프랙티스 어워드 3년 연속 수상
슈나이더 일렉트릭이 세계적인 시장조사기관 프로스
트&설리번(Frost & Sullivan)의 베스트 프랙티스 어워
드(Best Practice Awards)에서 3년 연속으로 동남아시
아 지역 올해의 UPS(Uninterruptible Power Supply) 벤
더상, 올해의 UPS 서비스 업체상을 수상했다. 특히
이번에는 올해의 데이터센터 통합 전력 인프라스트
럭처 기업상을 함께 수상해 데이터센터 제품과 서비
스의 우수성 및 전문성을 함께 인정 받았다.
프로스트&설리번이 매년 선정해 발표하는 베스트
프랙티스 어워드는 관련 산업에서 세계 정상급의
탁월한 성과를 거둔 기업에게 수여하는 상이다. 수
상자는 제품과 서비스 혁신뿐 아니라 시장 진입 능
력, 고객 가치 부분 리더십, 성장 전략 및 실행을 평
가해 결정된다. 슈나이더 일렉트릭은 아시아 태평양
지역에서 고객의 요구 사항을 잘 이해하고, 고객 맞
춤 지원과 혁신적인 제품 및 서비스를 제공해 온 성
과를 인정받아 수상자로 선정되었다.
프로스트&설리번의 아시아 태평양 지역 에너지 및
환경 업무 부문 연구원인 아밋 쿠마르 싱(Amit Kumar
Singh)은 슈나이더 일렉트릭은 동남아시아 지역의
UPS 서비스 시장에서 뛰어난 제품 및 서비스를 제공
하여 업계 전반에 긍정적인 영향을 미치고 있으며,
고객에 다양한 혜택을 제공하고 있다며, 슈나이더
일렉트릭은 끊김 없는 DCIM(datacenter infrastructure
management) 서비스와 원격 및 현장 자산 관리 솔루
션을 통해, 고객의 요구에 부응하고 치열한 시장 경
쟁에서 선두를 지키고 있다고 말했다.
슈나이더 일렉트릭 필립 아르소노(Philippe
Arsonneau) IT 사업부 글로벌 세일즈 부문 수석 부사
장은 수상소감을 통해 급변하고 있는 IT 업계는 빠르
게 늘어나고 있는 디지털 데이터, 전력 및 자원 부족
등으로 인해 다양한 어려움을 겪고 있으며, 데이터센
터 라이프사이클 전체를 관리할 수 있는 더 의미있고
총체적인 IT 솔루션에 대한 수요가 높아지고 있다며,
슈나이더 일렉트릭은 이러한 당면과제를 잘 이해하
고 중소기업부터 대기업까지의 다양한 고객들에게
혁신적인 해답을 제공할 준비가 되어 있다고 밝혔다.
Intellian FB500 approved for Inmarsat XpressLink
Inmarsat announced that Intellian, a leading global provider of stabilised satellite
antenna systems on 30 September, has
been selected to deliver XpressLink services across its FB500 antenna.
XpressLink is the world’s leading, fullyintegrated Ku-band and L-band solution
used with VSAT and FleetBroadband terminals. It is proving highly popular with
ship owners across the world with its offer
of unlimited data for a fixed monthly fee,
while also delivering a fully-redundant and
resilient service. XpressLink also offers an
easy upgrade path to Global Xpress.
Previously approved to deliver XpressLink
services over its V100GX VSAT antennas,
the inclusion of FB500 within the XpressLink terminal offerings further strengthens
Intellian’s position as an important partner
supporting Inmarsat’s future Maritime
portfolio. An Inmarsat partner since 2011,
Intellian provides services primarily to the
maritime sector, as well as to luxury yachting, offshore energy, and defense and
intelligence.
Inmarsat Maritime President, Frank Coles
said; “Intellian is an innovative and reliable
manufacturing partner for Inmarsat and
their technology is featured across all
three of our major maritime platforms with
antennas type-approved for Ka, Ku and
L-band services. As we continue to innovate our services, it’s imperative that our
partners are able to help us realise our
vision of the future of maritime communications.”
The FB500 antenna has demonstrated its
effectiveness in supporting XpressLink
services, having been deployed on ves-
sels of a number of Inmarsat’s commercial
maritime customers.
“We are proud to continue to develop our
relationship with Inmarsat and to extend
the number of antennas deployed across
their service portfolio. Delivering reliable
and robust services is our priority. The
future of Inmarsat’s portfolio is exciting
and we are looking forward to working
with them on new innovations in the
future,” said Eric Sung, CEO, Intellian.
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Deepwater sector
lifts the gloom over
offshore
- A blue-chip sector for shipbuilding industry,
growing at an annual average rate of 6%
Offshore energy development industry is digging deeper for oil &
gas and minerals under the seabed. Scores of offshore development projects are underway worldwide and related market research
organizations publish very high growth forecasts. However, the reality is harsh, contrary to rosy prospects. The 3 domestic shipbuilding
heavyweights, the leaders in offshore plant sector, have seen their
new order intake sliding to 40% of the previous year’s level. For the
remaining 2 month until the end of current year, there is no largescale project looming.
With new order placement for offshore plants diminishing, competition has become even fiercer as China, Singapore, Brazil, etc., are
jumping into the cutthroat competition to snatch new orders for offshore plants. Deepwater sector, a future growth engine, combines
various technologies and extensive experience that domestic shipyards have accumulated, including the technologies for offshore oil
& gas plant mining equipment, cable, production and transportation,
etc. Thus, the 3 domestic shipbuilding heavyweights with extensive
experience in offshore facility sector have significant advantage in
deepwater sector which requires even more advanced technologies
than those of domestic shipbuilding industry.
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The world has entered the era of offshore industry. Deepwater
plant industry has emerged as new growth engine industry amid
vigorous deep seabed resource explorations worldwide.
Currently, more than 100 countries are producing oil and natural
gas. However, 65% of current oil producing countries have
reached production peak, and the remaining oil producing countries are expected to hit a peak within the next 2 decades. In addition, 65% of world oil production occurs in onshore oil fields while
the remaining 35% have been made in offshore oilfields. There has
been a gradual decline in production from onshore oil fields.
Particularly, the production from offshore oil and gas fields with a
water depth of less than 300 m has also reached a peak since
showing an upward trend since early 2000s. Meanwhile, deepwater production has been steadily increasing and its proportion has
climbed to 8% of world’s production volume. Current technological
advancement has turned exploration and development to a water
depth of over 3000 m into a reality.
In offshore oil fields, there has been a steady rise in new oil field
development and deepwater oil field developments particularly in
West Africa, Latin America, and Gulf of Mexico region. In offshore
gas fields, multiple projects have been underway mainly in
Australia, Russia, and Southeast Asia. Especially, deepwater
development has been gathering speed, spurred by technological
innovation of production equipment. In fact, deepwater development has been obscured by oil production from onshore and shallow water oil fields in the era of ‘easy oil’ which spanned between
1980s and 1990s. Since the dawn of new millennium, deepwater
development has emerged as new market which international
major oil companies has been actively tapping into and has witnessed rapid expansion.
About 60 floating facilities to be ordered over the
next 5 years
In global offshore plant market, ordinary commercial vessel segment has stagnated this year amid excessive cargo traffic due to
persistent vessel oversupply and world economic slowdown,
although new orders seemed to have increased since the second
half of last year. The offshore plant sector has seen even more difficulty as international major oil companies are reducing investment
in offshore sector.
The industry pundits explain that the difficulty in offshore sector is
deepened by the delay in investment cost recovery from exploration and drilling activities and the rising costs of investment in offshore oil and gas fields.
According to the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE),
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cumulative value of overseas plant orders decreased 7%
year-on-year to USD 43 billion up to the third quarter of this
year, out of which new orders for offshore plants fell 78%
compared to the previous year. New orders for offshore facilities are expected to recover fast from the second half of this
year, although the weak energy demand is putting a downward pressure on new orders for offshore facilities.
Particularly, the shift towards the floating production system is
unavoidable in deepwater facility sector, considering the
existing fixed platform or jacket does not have competitive
edge in terms of technology and production. Deepwater
development will be thrust into even brighter limelight amid
gradual depletion of shallow water resources such as oil,
gas, minerals on land. Deepwater seabed resources comprise approximately 73% of natural resources buried in
ocean. The investment in deepwater production is also
expected to expand every year as the deepwater oil production doubled the volume recorded in the period between
2006 and 2015.
The global offshore plant is expected to be worth about USD
500 billion by 2030, growing at an annual average rate of
more than 6%. Specifically, shipbuilding industry predicts
that about 60 floating offshore facilities will be ordered for
deepwater development over the next 5 years.
Crisis overshadowing Korean shipbuilding
industry
There has been unending dark outlook for domestic shipbuilding industry. The rate of increase in new orders has
slowed down due to diminishing new order placement for
vessels in the aftermath of economic downturn since the outbreak of global financial crisis.
According to Clarkson, global new orders for vessels have
decreased continuously worldwide. This year, 234 units of
vessel were ordered in January around the globe, but the
number fell to 205 units in February. New orders slid to 145
units in March, 121 units in Aril, and took a nosedive to 95
units in May. It is the first time that the newbuilding orders
recorded double-digit figure since November, 2011 when
newbuilding order plummeted to 73 units.
In addition, domestic shipbuilding industry was dethroned by
Chinese rivals that are already armed with price competitiveness and have drastically expanded technological capabilities. Even worse, domestic shipbuilding industry is having a
tough time in fending off challenge from Japanese shipyards
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Oil FPSO
LNG FPSO
Subsea
(Unit: USD 100 million)
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
600
400
200
0
2010
2012
2014
2016
2018
2020
2022
2024
Figure 1. Subsea and FPSO market size outlook
(Source: Clarkson)
that have significantly reduced the ship price on the back of
weak yen.
The 3 domestic shipbuilding heavyweights are concentrating
their capabilities in winning new orders for offshore plants,
shifting their focus from commercial vessels that have shown
weaker demand over the last 3 to 4 years. However, the result
was dismal. The reckless low-price order-taking has eroded
profitability, and tremendous loss has resulted from inadequate experience and technology. Offshore plants often
require design alternation during construction process, unlike
commercial vessels that have standardized design and construction processes. Nevertheless, consideration was not
given to such aspects. Rather, they unavoidably resorted to
low-price order-taking to secure the works for shipyards.
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) recorded a deficit of more
than KRW 1 trillion due to poor performance in offshore plant
sector. The best example is the world's largest FPSO
ordered by Norway. HHI projected the construction cost to
be USD 1.2 billion when the contract was entered into in
2010. However, the estimated cost is likely to exceed USD 2
billion, according to foreign media. Following the design
alteration that occurred twice, the delivery time was rescheduled from July to the second half of this year. Samsung
Heavy Industries (SHI) also recorded huge operating loss in
offshore plant sector in the second quarter. The floating central processing facility (CPF) for Ichthys Field in Australia is
the first project that SHI builds. However, the project was
delayed from initial design process and the specification revision led to the cost overrun and more works in the follow-up
process.
Deepwater holds the key to the future
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Expenditure ($ billions)
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15
Africa
Asia
Australasia
Eastern Europe & FSU
Latin America
Middle East
North America
Western Europe
10
5
0
handle entire value chain that encompasses engineering
and installation technology, etc, compared to the offshore
facilities associated closely with vessels.
That is clear in light of the 3 domestic shipbuilding heavyweights’ track records in offshore plant construction and
market share. Moreover, deepwater sector is an untapped
market to be unlocked and has witnessed that a handful of
overseas companies have oligopolistic share in the market.
Additionally, the link with major oil & gas companies plays a
significant part.
Therefore, deepwater sector can be a relatively lucrative market if the high technology entry barrier is overcome based on
the leading technology accumulated through many years of
work and extensive track records. Domestic equipment manufacturers can also make successful entry into this sector.
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TLP
Spar
20
Expenditure ($ billions)
Industry pundits agree that investment needs to be constantly made for offshore and deepwater facilities despite sluggish performance of the 3 domestic shipbuilding heavyweights. Chinese shipyards are trailing very closely behind
domestic shipyards that have the leading technology and
dominated the market for high value-added vessels, such as
environment-friendly eco-ship, LNG carriers, ultra-large containerships, etc., among ordinary commercial vessels.
Chinese shipyards are expected to have the capability to
build these value-added vessels within the next few years.
The offshore plant sector is the same case. Chinese shipyards, Singaporean shipyard, etc., swept new orders for offshore facilities this year, excluding the 2 drillships ordered to
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME)
Therefore, domestic shipbuilding industry needs to establish
an unrivalled leading position in deepwater sector that has
emerged as new growth locomotive. The deepwater represents a high value-added sector and has far-reaching ripple
effect. Furthermore, offshore energy development to dig oil &
gas and minerals from the seabed has gained momentum.
The investment in deepwater development is very likely to
bounce back anytime, although international major oil companies have curtailed investment. This outlook would compel
domestic shipbuilding industry to increase the investment in
the deepwater sector. According to the related industry,
deepwater market is two to three times larger than the market for offshore facilities such as FPSO.
Deepwater facility sector requires Total Solution capability to
FPSS
FPSO
15
10
5
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
0
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Figure 2. FPS market outlook (Source: Douglas-Westwood, Korea Maritime Institute)
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Investment for the future
The 3 domestic shipbuilding heavyweights have extensive
know-how in the construction and installation of floating offshore production facilities such as FPSO, drillship, etc. Thus,
they would need to focus more on deepwater production
facility segment, rather than the subsea processing segment
that requires extensive experience, track record, and engineering technology.
Unrivalled leadership position in deepwater offshore plant
sector requires development of technologies for localizing
the equipment used in offshore plants. Technological prowess and capability to satisfy quality standards even in
extreme conditions will make domestic shipbuilding shipyards set apart from overseas companies. In addition, infrastructure needs to be built up for securing core equipment/
installation technology and developing talented human
resources in FEED (Front End Engineering Design) field, thus
strengthening the capability in existing offshore plant sector.
Deepwater offshore plant requires enormous initial investment and therefore poses significant challenge for privatesector companies carrying out the project single-handedly.
In that regard, it is very important to team up with overseas
leading companies through consortium when making entry
into the market.
Currently, Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has made foray into
deepwater market most aggressively. SHI is moving to make
inroads into the market by leveraging the M&A with overseas
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companies specializing in deepwater sector. According to foreign media and industry, SHI is looking for European and Asian
companies specializing in deepwater sector.
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has
been actively showing interest in deepwater sector for several years to date, but has yet to make certain move.
Meanwhile, DSME is concentrating the research workforce in
the field of production-related equipment such as submarine
pipe, production riser for undersea oil transportation, etc.
Meanwhile, Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) is installing the 3
offshore platforms for Barzan offshore natural gas project
awarded from Qatar-based Ras Gas, along with submarine
pipeline for the transportation of gas, using its experience
with submarine pipeline works. HHI is the only domestic
shipyard that has the submarine pipeline fleet. HHI plans to
carve out large share of the subsea market based on indigenous technology and equipment while spearheading the
localization of subsea technology. Currently, HHI is proceeding with development of offshore plant used in the production of deepwater resources production in a government-initiated project and focusing on the localization of core equipment/installation technologies, seabed/offshore integrated
engineering technology for eco-friendly deepwater offshore
plants capable of operating at depths of up to 3000 m.
According to Douglas-Westwood, the market for maintenance/repair, remodeling, and operation of about 9,000 offshore plants worldwide is projected to be worth about USD
5 to 7 years and increasing
Exploration
Seismic
Sampling
Drilling
xploration
E
Drilling
Field
Development
Engineering
Fabrication/
Construction
Production
Drilling
Offshore
Installation
ub-sea
S
Construction
Production
Production
Operation
Maintenance
Modification
Abandonment
Decommission
Figure 3. Offshore oil exploration/development value chain
(Source: Energy Maritime Associates, Korea Maritime Institute)
100 billion. This robust growth of the market has been
spurred by the combination of various factors, such as sustained high oil prices, broader development of offshore oil
fields, rising demand for remodeling based on the service life
of offshore plant, equipment and service price hikes, etc.
By region, Asian market is expected to comprise 30% over the
next 5 years, surpassing the North American market that will
account for 27%. The growth of demand in Asia is expected
to be further fuelled by large-scale infrastructure installation/
operation and increase in offshore oil development.
Deepwater development enthusiasm still not
waned
According to the research data of Korea Maritime Institute
(KMI), there will be a heightened interest in deepwater sector
although global new orders for offshore plants have dried up.
The U.S.-based Lockheed Martin Corporation has secured
new exploration rights on the basin of the central Pacific
Ocean that has deposits of metal minerals worth multibillion
dollars on its seafloor. Moreover, ISA has approved all the
deepwater mineral exploration rights which were filed in 7
countries this world. Among the countries which received
approval this time are included the United States, Russia,
India, Brazil, Singapore, etc. Besides, deepwater development projects are being carried out by Ireland and Russia in
the Pacific Ocean, by Singapore in the Indian Ocean, and
Brazil in the Atlantic Ocean. The enthusiasm for deepwater
development is not likely to start cooling down quickly as the
deepwater sector is witnessing constant evolution of mining,
transportation and processing technologies which have
been considered technology bottlenecks thus far.
The International Seabed Authority (ISA), an international
organization that manages deepwater resources in international waters, has 166 member states. Korea gained membership to ISA as one of Group E states (regional arrangements associated with geographical distribution) in January
1996 and was elevated to the Group B in 2009.
Korea has been actively involved in ISA Council and legal
technical committee as a leader of deepwater mining industry since 1996. Specifically, Korea secured the exclusive
exploration block (112,000 km2) in the open waters of Indian
Ocean, Pacific Ocean and exclusive economic zone (EEZ)
of Pacific Ocean island countries.
The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries recently
secured the right to independently probe the hydrothermal
deposit exploration block covering an area of 10,000 km2
which is 3,000 times larger than Yeouido, and entered into
the related exploration contract with International Seabed
Authority (ISA) supervising the deepwater resource management activities in international waters of Jamaica.
The government has signed an agreement with ISA for exclusive exploration of Mid-Indian Ridge. Under this agreement,
Korea has the right to independently probe the hydrothermal
deposit exploration block occupying 10,000 km2 which is
about 3,000 times larger than Yeouido. Besides, Korea is
exploring 3 deepwater blocks in the Pacific Ocean region.
Sea is still a place of fierce competition among many countries. The enthusiasm for deepwater sector will be heated up
to secure new marine and coastal biological resources, as
well as the offshore resources such as oil, gas, minerals, etc.,
which are gradually being depleted. Many countries will
compete fiercely to carve out bigger slice of this market.
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Special Focus
Metering Stations Monitor Product
Flows at World’s Largest Refinery
The Reliance refinery in Jamnagar, India employs 76 flow metering stations from Daniel Measurement
and Control to monitor oil and gas products valued at US $ 20 billion annually.
Emerson Process Management
Figure 1. Reliance Industries, India's largest private company, built the world's largest oil refinery
in Jamnagar. Jamnagar has consequently been nicknamed the “Oil City of India.”
Reliance Industries Ltd., ranked 99th on the Fortune 500 list
of the world’s biggest corporations, operates the world’s largest refinery and petrochemical complex. Located in
Jamnagar, Gujarat, India (Figure 1), the refinery processes
1.24 million barrels per day (MBPD) of crude oil. Largely due
to this facility, Jamnagar has emerged as one of the world’s
refining hubs.
The refinery (Figure 2) also contains the world’s largest crude
distillation unit, fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU), delayed
coker unit and paraxylene unit. Its more than 50 processing
units produce paraxylene, ethylene, polyethylene, polypropylene, and many other products, including diesel, gasoline
and aviation fuel.
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Moving and Measuring Crude Oil
Crude oil arrives at the refinery’s all-weather deep sea port,
which is capable of receiving all types of oil tankers and vessels. Two 48-inch sub-sea pipelines carry the crude to the
refinery.
Because of various taxes and economic incentives, and the
placement of the new refinery in a Special Economic Zone
(SEZ), the flow of crude oil and refined products must be
closely measured at various points (Figure 3), both in the
new SEZ refinery, and in the old refinery.
The value of the products produced at the refinery is about
US $ 20 billion annually, so fiscal (custody) transfer and allocation measurements are critical. Fiscal transfer flow mea-
surement errors of only 0.2% could cost the refinery US $ 50
million per year.
For this and other reasons, 76 flow metering systems from
Daniel Measurement and Control, a business unit of
Emerson Process Management, are installed in various locations around the refinery to monitor the flow of incoming
crude, oil and products within the refinery, and of outgoing
products.
Building Measurement Skids in advance
The refinery complex consists of an existing refinery and a
new, connected refinery. Construction of the new US $ 6 billion refinery began in 2005, with 75,000 construction workers
on the site and 7,500 engineers working at eight global locations. Engineers at Daniel Measurement and Control’s offices
in Singapore and Houston, Texas, designed metering systems for the facility. Construction took only three years, a new
benchmark for building a grass-roots refinery of this size and
complexity.
As details of the refinery processes were being finalized,
Daniel was contracted to deliver 76 metering systems in 12
months. Daniel employed an integrated engineering system
process, designing the metering systems in an automated
3-D scale model based on the approved P&IDs (Figure 4).
The 3-D models helped Reliance review the desired mea-
Figure 2. The Reliance refinery in Jamnagar, India, takes up
1,700 acres and processes 1.24 MBPD of crude oil. The
economic value of the crude and products being measured
at this site is more than US $ 20 billion annually.
surement solution ahead of time at various stages of the project, and thus allowed them to implement changes to the system design with ease. The models also helped Reliance and
Bechtel engineers review the complete bill of materials for
manufacturing, and perform engineering reviews on the general arrangement, stress analysis, center-of-gravity calculations and compliance to the API MPMS standards.
Daniel Model 3804 liquid ultrasonic flow meters are used on
Figure 3. Because of tax regulations, flow of crude oil and refined products must
be monitored at several places in the refinery complex.
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the custody transfer skids that determine the fiscal transfers
of all petroleum products, ranging from heavy crude to light
hydrocarbons processed for the export market. Each skid
has a Daniel S600 flow computer, Fisher control valves with
FIELDVUE digital valve controllers, Micro Motion Vibrating
type density meters, ASCO solenoid valves, and Rosemount
pressure and temperature transmitters.
The flow computers allow for fully automated systems. All the
flow computer measurement data is accessible over the
Ethernet network, which provides uplinked system redundancy at multiple levels. Multiple meter runs provide flow
measurement hardware redundancy.
Daniel also supplied systems to measure allocation transfers
between the export refining complex and the existing plant
for taxation purposes. These allocation skids measure refinery intermediates, ranging from low lubricity hydrocarbons to
heavy intermediates. The allocation skids have the same
basic equipment as the fiscal transfer skids.
Both the custody transfer and allocation metering systems
were assembled at Daniel’s triple ISO-certified skid-building
facility in Singapore (Figure 5) and shipped to the refinery
jetty at Jamnagar by bulk marine cargo ship.
Figure 5. This fiscal metering skid was assembled in
Daniel’s skid-building facility in Singapore and shipped to
the refinery by boat.
The complexity of any refinery is defined by its Nelson
Complexity Index. The index is a measure of secondary conversion capacity in comparison to the primary distillation
capacity. It is also an indicator of not only the investment
intensity or cost index of the refinery, but also the value-added potential of a refinery. Adding up the complexity values
assigned to each piece of equipment, including crude distillation, determines a refinery’s complexity on the Nelson
Complexity Index.
The Nelson Complexity Index averages 9.5 for U.S. refiners,
and 6.5 for European refineries. The Jamnagar facility has an
index of 14, one of the highest in the world. One of the reasons for the high index is the refinery’s ability to process 20
different crudes, plus intermediates and end products.
Reliance’s Jamnagar refinery uses 76
flowmetering stations to monitor oil and gas
products that are valued at $ 20 billion
Figure 4. Daniel used its 3D modeling system to
concurrently design and build 76 flow metering skids.
Proving Ultrasonic Meters
Ultrasonic flow meters were chosen as the accounting
meters because they can handle a wide variety of process
fluids including white oil, black oil, 20 types of crude oil, refinery intermediates, and end products. These fluids vary in viscosity from 1 to 360 cP, and they vary in temperature.
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Because of the wide variety of incoming crude and outgoing
products, ultrasonic flowmeters were chosen for the metering
stations. To ensure transaction repeatability of 0.05%, master
meters and provers were installed on each metering skid,
and were provided with mobile or fixed Compact Provers
(Figure 6). Currently, there are a total of five Compact Provers
at the facility.
Proving is done in accordance with API MPMS 4.2, 4.5, 4.8
and 5.8 recommendations. Field proving of master meters is
done “in-situ,” meaning the prover is
placed in series with the accounting metering system.
Because the master meter is used to prove
the fiscal metering or allocation metering
flow meters, the master meter has to be
proved itself prior to, during or after a
transfer, under similar operating conditions. This is called “proving the prover,”
and it is done with a Compact Prover.
According to API MPMS, the master meter
factor shall be based on at least two consecutive proof runs that agree within ±0.01%. When
used to prove the accounting flow meters,
repeatability must be ±0.05% over five consecutive proving runs.
The primary advantages of the Compact Prover are
its small size and wide flow rate rangeability of 1000:1. The
small size helps with faster temperature stabilization before
proving, and helps reduce the time required for the prover
displacer to traverse the smaller prover volume during proving operations.
The old refinery uses ball provers, but Compact Provers
were chosen for the new SEZ refinery. The Compact Prover
is essentially the same as a ball prover except it has a smaller volume - about 20 to 30 times smaller - so its pre-run
times can be as short at 0.1 seconds. Because the prover
volume is small, a series of consecutive prover passes are
typically performed to constitute a proving run that is equivalent to a ball prover.
Another benefit of a Compact Prover is the smaller test measure used for water draw than required for a conventional
ball prover. This creates significant savings in operating
expenses and time because water draw witness is required
during a routine or regulatory test.
The Compact Provers are portable, which means they can
be moved easily from skid to skid, reducing the number of
provers needed, and lowering the cost. The Compact Prover
can also be used to prove the old ball provers.
In some custody transfer or allocation measurement skids
where mass measurements are needed, a double-walled
vacuum-sphere pycnometer is used for density proving of
the vibrating type density meters. For example, in a propane
or butane measurement skid, volume is measured by an
ultrasonic flowmeter and density is measured by a densitom-
Figure 6. This fiscal metering skid was assembled in Daniel’s
skid-building facility in Singapore and shipped to the refinery
by boat.
eter. The pycnometer obtains the density meter factor for the
densitometer in situ, and serves as the density prover.
Density proving is done in accordance with API MPMS, and
is particularly critical because it is one half of the mass proving equation.
Results
Today, all key processing units are operating close to or at
their respective design capacities. All the support units and
utilities are fully operational, and the refinery has been operating at near 100% capacity with minimal downtime since it
began operation in December 2008.
Given the refinery’s unprecedented size and scope, high
level of complexity as evidenced by the Nelson Complexity
Index of 14, the various system design permutations and
combinations, and the requirement to equate each option
according to cost and value - this was a particularly difficult
application for flow metering.
More than a hundred ultrasonic flowmeters have proven their
ability to measure a wide range of fluids across the refinery,
and the fiscal and allocation measuring skids have met all
regulatory requirements.
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Issue
DSME successfully installed the first
topside module on the world’s first FLNG
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) successfully installed the first topside module
for the full-fledged FLNG quay wall works after it launched the world’s first FLNG on April 5 which
can produce, store, and unload the liquefied natural gas at sea.
The quay wall work began with the
installation of topside modules for
Malaysia Petronas FLNG, the world's
first FLNG. DSME held a ceremony to
mark the installation of the first topside
on FLNG (Floating LNG) ordered in
March 2012 at the G-Quay of Okpo
shipyard on September 22. This
ceremony was attended by officials of
both companies, including Dr. Colin
Wong Hee Huing of Petronas.
The modules named Electric & Instrument
Building were successfully installed on
the same day and will supply power to
topside modules and control the
electrical system to refine natural gas
produced from the seabed. The
module with a weight of about 2000
tons was mounted safely on the hull
using the 3,600-ton offshore crane of
DSME.
Petronas FLNG completed the
launching ceremony in April this year.
The topside modules weigh approximately 40,000 tons. About 20 topsides
will be mounted in a timely manner as
scheduled, followed by the commissioning and naming ceremony. The
newbuild FLNG will depart from the
port for local installation around in
September 2015.
After delivery, this FLNG will be put
into operation at Kanowit gas field
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The first topside module is being mounted on FLNG under construction at Okpo
shipyard of DSME, using the offshore crane
located off the northwest coast of
Sarawak, Malaysia from the first quarter
of 2016 for full-fledged production of
natural gas. If it successfully produces
the first gas, it will be the world’s first
operational FLNG.
This FLNG currently being built by
DSME is an ultra-large gas production
offshore facility which measures 365
m in length, 60 m in width, and 33 m
in height (164 m high up to the flare
tower) with a weight of about 120,000
tons. Specifically, this FLNG has an
annual production capacity of up to
1.2 million tons of liquefied natural gas
(LNG) and can store up to 180,000 m3
of LNG and 20,000 m3 of condensate
(volatile liquid hydrocarbon) in the tank
inside the hull.
An official from DSME said, “DSME
successfully installed the topsides in
just 13 months after the start of
production based on the leading
technology and thorough preparation.
The ceremony today is meaningful
very much as it signifies that we are
close to completing the construction
and delivery of the world’s first FLNG.”
The subsea natural gas development
using the FLNG has been in full swing,
drawing the attention of major international oil companies, amid the rising
demand for LNG worldwide.
HHI presses ahead with intensive reorganization
in the wake of the largest-ever deficit
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) is pushing ahead with rigorous reorganization, such as resignation
of all officers, drastic reduction of managerial positions, process innovation, system reform, etc., to
tide over management crisis.
HHI, which recorded the largest-ever
deficit in the second quarter, is pressing
ahead with intensive reorganization in
which all officers tendered resignation to
take responsibility for current crisis and
make room for new blood.
In an executive meeting held on
October 12, HHI called for reorganization
to normalize the company. Under the
reorganization, executives who are
deemed vital for new organization would
be retained through reappointment. The
reshuffle will be conducted early to
infuse new blood to rejuvenate the
organization. Specifically, competent
general managers will be selected to
lead the organization.
This reshuffle is also effective in Hyundai
Mipo Dockyard (HMD) and Hyundai
Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI), the
affiliates of HHI.
Kwon Oh-gap, President of HHI, said,
“We need to face up to our reality and
have no choice but to push forward
intensive reform and transform ourselves.
I urge all of you to work responsibly with
clear blueprint for reform and meet the
expectations of the public, domestic
and overseas customers towards our
company.”
HHI has directed all its energy to
finalize collective wage agreement
since Kwon Oh-gap, President of HHI,
came aboard. However,
labor union indefinitely
postponed the vote on the
strike and did not come
into collective bargaining.
Under those circumstances,
the management of HHI
has pushed ahead with
reorganization to preempt
potentially serious disruption
to operations of company
which may arise from the
delay.
HHI is on track to drastically reduce the
support organization and place the
primary focus of reorganization on
production and sales. Moreover, HHI
plans to assign talented personnel to
production and sales positions, thus
concentrating the capabilities in the
normalization of company. In addition,
HHI will review and adjust operations of
its overseas representative offices and
business that has reached limit.
Particularly, HHI will move ahead with
deep cost-cutting plan that will slash
even the essential costs.
Meanwhile, HHI is also striving to
promote earnest communication to
infuse life into organization and boost
confidence of young employees. To
convey the message of hope to
employees who envision bright future,
the President of HHI will be seated with
them for serious discussion. In particular,
employees leaving for the rest of the day
will be greeted at the company
entryway by officers saying thanks to
their hard work at the end of month. This
aims to come closer to employees and
set an example, thus adding vitality to
the organization.
The effort to reshape the way of thinking
will also be made at the production site.
HHI will organize the process innovation
team to review the process efficiency of
entire divisions and reduce costs
through automation of processes. To
create safer and more comfortable
workplace, the environmental improvement
will begin with the production site where
union members and employees of
subcontractors are working.
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Issue
Shale gas production in full swing with a
surge in shipbuilding contracts looming
The U.S. shale gas development is gathering speed, raising the prospects for surge in new orders
for LNG carriers needed to transport the shale gas. This will help bring much-needed respite to the
3 major domestic shipbuilding heavyweights which have seen new orders dried up.
The U.S. shale gas revolution has led to
a burgeoning demand for LNG carriers.
The U.S. government has traditionally
taken sensitive approach to energy
exports. However, the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission (FERC) gave
the green light to the 4 shale gas
projects such as Sabine Pass, Freeport,
Cove Point, and Cameron as the shale
gas boom has resulted in oversupply
and weak prices.
The annual production of LNG at these
4 locations is estimated at 60 million
tons. To accommodate the transport,
about 90 LNG carriers are expected to
be required. So far, only about 30 LNG
carriers have been ordered. Therefore,
newbuilding orders for the remaining 60
LNG carriers are expected to be placed
before 2019, the year when those
projects will start LNG exports.
The greatest beneficiaries of those LNG
carrier orders will be the 3 domestic
shipbuilding heavyweights, such as
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI),
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), and
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine
Engineering (DSME), which dominate
the global market for LNG carriers.
Particularly, Japanese shipyards, the
only rival of Korean shipyards in LNG
carrier market, do not have sufficient
docks even for building the LNG carriers
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needed to transport
the shale gas for
domestic use.
Shale gas development
still remains in inchoate
stage. About 10 shale
gas development
projects are underway
in Canada, as well as
the United States, for
shale gas exports.
Europe has also Eco-friendly LNG carrier built by DSME
shown heightened
the first half of next year at the earliest.
interest in shale gas, including China
Although the contract amount is still
which holds the world’s largest shale
unknown, the U.S.-based Excelerate
gas reserves. In this regard, the shale
which carries out this project is mulling
gas market has very bright outlook.
over the idea of awarding the contracts
Meanwhile, the full-fledged shale gas
for 2 FLSOs in phase, raising the
exports has led to a growing interest in
prospects for additional order for
FLSO (Floating Liquefaction, Storage
second vessel subsequent to initial
and Offloading unit). FLSO liquefies
contract.
and stores the gas produced onshore
and exports the gas via sea, unlike the
This FLSO will be deployed into Lavaca
Bay LNG project. Excelerate plans 2
FSO which stores and unloads the oil at
FLSOs stepwise. This facility which
the sea or LNG-FRSU that supplies
measures 340 m in length will be fitted
LNG from sea to land-based locations.
According to the Upstream, a magawith 10 membrane cargo holds with the
storage capacity of 250,000 m3 of liqzine specializing in offshore sector,
uefied natural gas and will have an
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) is curannual production capacity of 4.4
rently negotiating with the U.S. energy
million tons of liquefied natural gas.
company Excelerate to win the contract
for the world’s first FLSO and the contract is expected to be entered into in
Leaner orderbook for offshore plants,
shrinking 78% year-on-year to USD 3.4 billion
Domestic shipyards showed robust performance in the beginning of the year winning overseas
orders for large-scale plants, but has witnessed a 7% year-on-year decrease in cumulative
overseas plant orders to USD 43 billion up to the third quarter of this year.
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and
Energy announced that cumulative
overseas orders for plants decreased
7.0% year-on-year to USD 43 billion up
to September this year.
Based on the type of facilities, new
orders for onshore plants such as power
generation and gas plants, etc.,
increased 30.4% year-on-year to USD
39.5 billion. Particularly, new orders for oil
& gas facilities accounted for 60%, an
all-time high level, as major domestic
construction companies, such as
Hyundai, GS, etc., won new orders for
large-scale refinery plant projects in a
row. New orders for other facilities,
including the offshore plants, remain
below the level seen in the same period
of previous year, leading to downward
slide in overall new order intake.
Meanwhile, new orders for offshore
plants decreased by 78% to USD 3.45
billion as international major oil companies reduced investment in offshore
sector. In particular, no new orders for
offshore plants were placed at domestic shipyards this year, excluding 1 unit
of LNG FPSO ordered to Samsung
Heavy Industries (SHI) and 2 drillships
ordered to Daewoo Shipbuilding &
Marine Engineering (DSME).
The cumulative order intake in the third
quarter this year increased by USD 2 bil-
Category
Total
Power generation/
desalination
Offshore
Oil&Gas (Onshore)
Petrochemical
Industrial facility
Equipment/materials
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014.9
44,903
64,480
64,984
64,759
63,676
42,956
7,557
35,914
18,876
19,367
17,504
8,824
5,242
26,568
2,615
2,234
687
8,860
11,964
6,066
1,498
178
17,597
9,362
8,741
9,923
485
21,785
10,196
8,161
4,932
318
18,166
18,263
5,191
4,184
368
3,448
25,607
1,995
2,942
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Table 1. Order intake by facility (Unit: USD 1 million)
lion (5%) compared to the average order
intake over the last 5 year, and represents
the second all-time high level except for
2010 which witnessed many contracts for
ultra-large-scale projects such as the
United Arab Emirates (UAE) nuclear
power plants. This robust performance
reflects the hard work of shipyards to
reverse the downwards trend in new
orders from Middle East or Europe for offshore plants. Noticeably, new orders from
Africa recorded the all time high, totaling
USD 6.92 billion, as a result of the efforts
to advance into emerging markets.
Based on region, new orders from
Middle East, Africa, and Americas
increased sharply compared to the
same period of previous year, spurred
by the strong growth in new orders
from large-scale oil & gas and power
generation projects. By contrast, new
orders from Europe and Asia fell as
new orders for offshore plants, petrochemical plant, and industrial facilities
continued to decline in the third quarter.
This year, annual new order intake is
expected to remain at the previous
year’s level amid unclear prospects for
the recovery in new orders for major
facilities, such as offshore plants, due to
global economic slowdown and weak
oil prices despite the increase in plant
orders into the first half of this year.
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and
Energy is directing all its energy towards
the offshore plant projects in emerging
markets in the fourth quarter this year to
help domestic shipyards increase new
order intake for overseas plants.
Particularly, the Ministry will strengthen
industrial cooperative relationship with
emerging countries such as Africa and
central/Latin America, etc., to spur diversification into various regional markets.
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Technology
A turbo boost for LNG
1,700 TPL and TPS
turbochargers run on over 1,100
engines powered with LNG
Demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is on the increase – in the power generation industry as
well as, more recently, the marine sector. ABB Turbocharging is strongly committed to continuously developing technologies and maintenance solutions that support this market.
ABB
Natural gas, cooled to –162°C and, liquefied, is arguably the most
discussed fossil fuel today, and it is likely to remain so in the com­
ing years. Industry in general continues to favor it as an environ­
mentally attractive alternative to other hydrocarbon fuels. In fact,
ABB Turbocharging has delivered over 1,700 TPL and TPS turbo­
chargers on over 1,100 engines powered with LNG so far.
Natural gas is the preferred choice for electric power genera­
tion and industrial sectors because of its low greenhouse
emissions – a result of its lower carbon intensity in compari­
son with coal and oil. And for new power generation plants it
is especially attractive because of the relatively low capital
investment needed. Also, abundant natural gas resources
and stable production contribute to the strong competitive
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position of natural gas among all the available energy sourc­
es. This trend is clearly visible in the medium and large bore
power generation market, where the volume of newly pro­
duced diesel fueled engines has dropped significantly since
the introduction of the new spark ignited lean burn gas
engines and multi-fuel engines.
Another clear trend in the global energy market, and especial­
ly in electricity generation, is the need for high flexibility, reliabili­
ty and fuel efficiency to be available over a wide load range.
These requirements can no longer be met by traditional “inflex­
ible” gas turbines, and it is here that the highly efficient gas
engines have a key advantage. A multiple engine setup easily
outperforms the traditional gas turbines by enabling an exist­
ing power system to operate at maximum efficiency. It does
this by effectively absorbing system load variations, allowing a
significant saving at the system level, and therefore for con­
sumers. A 2012 study of the California power system by the
energy consultancy DNV KEMA showed that adding highly
efficient gas engines, instead of traditional, high-start-cost,
inflexible gas turbines, enables up to twelve percent of the
annual system costs to be saved.
ABB Turbocharging actively supports the
gas and dual-fuel engine development
trends through the introduction of high
pressure, high efficiency two-stage turbo­
charging Power2® and Valve Control
Management (VCM®).
Environmentally relevant
This increasing importance of natural gas is not only evident
in the power generation industry; the marine sector, too, has
taken note of its environmentally and commercially attractive
benefits compared with other fossil fuel solutions. With natu­
ral gas as fuel, NOx emissions are reduced by 85% and
SOx and particulates are practically non-existent compared
with traditional diesel engines. The key commercial benefit is
that no additional expensive aftertreatment systems are
required to meet the new regulations coming into force.
Looking at the total cost of ownership, natural gas is poten­
tially a more attractive solution for meeting new emission reg­
ulations than any kind of diesel configuration.
While dual-fuel engines are already widely used in the LNG
carrier market, pure spark ignited gas engines still tend to be
rare in the marine sector. Although operators of ferries, cruise
vessels, offshore support vessels and others are showing a
growing interest in this technology, the LNG boom in the
marine sector for non-LNG carriers is progressing more
slowly than was anticipated. This is mainly due to the IMO
Marine Environment Protection Committee’s decision to
enforce new regulations for ships’ NOx emissions in 2016 for
already designated NOx Emission Control Areas (NECA)
only. Another reason is the lack of a global LNG infrastruc­
ture, which is currently limited to specific regions.
Increased engine output
ABB Turbocharging actively supports the gas and dual-fuel
engine development trends through the introduction of tech­
nologies that include high pressure, high efficiency twostage turbocharging (Power2) as well as Valve Control
Management (VCM) – see page 16. These technologies
offer the possibility of in­creasing engine output and opera­
tional flexibility, enable fixed pitch propeller (FPP) operation
and allow an increase in engine efficiency.
ABB turbochargers are used right across the medium-speed
gas and dual-fuel engine market, and cover a broad range of
marine and power plant appli-cations. ABB Turbocharging
also has well-established maintenance management agree­
ment packages, such as the Operation Performance Package
(OPAC), that fully support these markets. OPAC enables cus­
tomers to maintain highest plant efficiency, flexibility and
uptime, through monitoring, planning and completion of turbo­
charger maintenance at a fixed price per running hour – a key
factor in today’s market environment.
About the author
Marco Burgwal graduated in 1995 in Naval Architecture and Marine
Engineering in Haarlem, The Netherlands. He worked as a technical
superintendent at a Dutch shipping company before joining ABB
Turbocharging in 2002. After a 6 year spell in Japan, which included
heading the West Japan turbocharger service business, he returned in
2008 to join the global medium-speed sales and application engineering
department, which he has headed since 2011.
LNG promises a greener marine
environment (Source: Viking Line)
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Technology
Volstad Maritime’s “Grand
Canyon” is already using the
EnwaMatic® technology.
Volstad makes them green
Volstad has selected chemical free water treatment for all its engines and will save large volumes
of chemical waste. It has always been on our mind to look after the environment. That we save
money at the same time is of course a bonus to us, says Volstad Maritime.
Enwa Group
Volstad Maritime, one of the majors in offshore shipping, is a
real front runner in using new environmentally proven tech­
nology and they have recently decided to change their
engine and HVAC water treatment regime. In order to have
functional systems, it is very important to treat the water cool­
ing in the engines and in the HVAC systems.
The old fashion way to do this is to use a chemical mixture to
avoid corrosion, scaling and biofilm (bacteria). Volstad has
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“When we ordered our two new vessels
at Bergen Group Fosen the central
requirement to reduce emission to air and
sea as much as possible was quite clear
to us,” says Volstad Maritime.
discovered the Norwegian patented EnwaMatic ®
Technology when ordering the first ships in their latest series
of new ships.
The protection of HVAC and engine cooling systems is a
proactive step towards safeguarding the environment. As an
alternative to chemical dosing, continuous treatment and fil­
tration will prolong the system and component lifespan with­
out risking the environment.
The instant that water enters the system it causes flash corro­
sion, and during operation it will form scaling, bacterial con­
tamination and fouling. This has a significant impact on ener­
gy consumption, motor components and overall Life Cycle
Cost (LCC). No more than 2 mm of rust can reduce heat
transfer by 5% across component surfaces. Scale has an
even more significant effect on the transfer efficiency with a
small 0.5 mm layer generating as much as 4% in increased
fuel consumption.
When specifying a water treatment regime consideration
must be given to its efficiency, its whole life cycle cost, how
Enwa Matic Maritme
easily it can be implemented and managed, and what
potential risk it presents to personnel and the environment. A
major worry for ship owners has been the fact that whenever
an engine cooling system or an HVAC system is drained, the
water has to be treated as special waste since chemicals are
being used to avoid corrosion, scaling and bacteria.
Traditionally, water treatment for HVAC and engine water is
done by adding different types of chemicals to balance the
water quality and in order to avoid corrosion damages.
Doing so, however, can cause localised pitting and acceler­
ate corrosion. Contrary to this the EnwaMatic® technology is
based on filtering and treating the water with minerals bal­
ancing, removing oxygen and neutralizing the water. The unit
is fully automatic while it protects the engine or the HVAC
system internals.
The EnwaMatic® Maritime water treatment unit combines
reproducible principles of water chemistry with standard
water treatment technologies. The unit provides effective dirt
and air separation with environmentally sound water condi­
tioning. It creates changes in key water parameters, such as
pH, alkalinity and hardness, to elicit corrosion inhibition, con­
trol of scale formation and a biocidal effect.
Volstad tells us that they are also using the EnwaMatic® tech­
nology on board their newly delivered offshore construction
vessel; Grand Canyon. They are so far very satisfied and
have great faith in the technology. Therefore they have now
decided to install 11 EnwaMatic® Maritime water treatment
units in each of the two new buildings at Bergen Group
Fosen.
Svenn Lorentzen, Sales Manager at Enwa, says “The
EnwaMatic® technology, treating heating and cooling water
in closed loops, is already in use in more than 5000 build­
ings in Europe alone. The recent move in to the maritime
segment has already resulted in the delivery to more than
50 ships.”
He add “We see that the market demand for our EnwaMatic®
and EnwaMatic® Maritime units is quite strong and promis­
ing, as more and more of both our existing and new cus­
tomers order these environmentally friendly and energy
effective water treatment systems. This technology is com­
pletely in line with the market trends and the future of both
maritime and offshore related business, in addition to the
land based market. We are very optimistic about the further
development.”
47
Application
SapuraKencana Leverages SMARTPLANT®
Construction for Modular Construction
Malaysian fabrication yard integrates innovative construction solution with other Intergraph ®
enterprise tools to achieve maximum construction readiness
Intergraph Corporation
FACTS AT A GLANCE
Company: SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad
Website: www.sapurakencana.com
Description: SapuraKencana is one of the world’s largest integrated
oil and gas services and solutions provider. The Group's principal
business include providing end-to-end solutions and services to the
upstream petroleum industry, and covers activities such as installation
of offshore pipelines and structures, fabrication of offshore structures,
hook-up and commissioning, topside maintenance services, project
management, offshore support services, specialised steel fabrication
works, and many others. The Group’s global presence can be seen
in over 20 countries, ranging from Malaysia and China to Australia,
Middle East, America, Brazil, and beyond.
Employees: Over 10,000 Industry: Oil & Gas Country: Malaysia
PRODUCTS USED
SmartPlant® Construction
Smart 3D
SmartPlant Review
SmartPlant Foundation
SmartPlant Materials
KEY BENEFITS
Enhanced integration between disciplines for improved collaboration
More efficient resources planning for increased labor productivity
Accurate and high-quality data to prevent planning errors
Significant time and cost savings
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Identifying Goals
SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad (Sapura
Kencana) is Malaysia's premier integrated oil
and gas services and solutions provider, and is
one of the largest in the world. Its global footprint allows the company to deploy assets and
execute projects successfully anywhere, serving as a one-stop, strategic partner for oil and
gas project needs worldwide.
To support its continued expansion into the
international market, SapuraKencana was keen
to increase its capability to manage mega-projects and enhance global competitiveness in
the engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) industry. This meant that the company needed to revamp its systems and processes so that it is better equipped to adapt to frequent engineering design changes, while still
ensuring on-time project delivery and seamless document turnover.
SapuraKencana also sought to establish an
integrated engineering environment so that different departments can work cohesively and
collaborate more effectively using a single platform. As part of this technology upgrade, the
company wanted to implement a solution that
would enable modular construction for increased efficiency and productivity.
Overcoming Challenges
inimise human error from manual data handling and duplication of
M
efforts
Improve flow of data and information within SapuraKencana and project teams
Reduce idle time of resources during construction and enhance labor
efficiency
Realizing Results
After a comprehensive evaluation, SapuraKencana selected Intergraph®
SmartPlant® Construction and other SmartPlant Enterprise applications,
including Intergraph Smart™ 3D, SmartPlant Review, SmartPlant
Foundation, and SmartPlant Materials. The company decided to implement Intergraph technology because the suite of SmartPlant Enterprise
solutions allows for full integration across the EPC processes, ensuring
accurate production information for maximum construction readiness.
“Intergraph is a reputable vendor with the quality and integrity of its solutions proven in the industry, and implemented by several major oil and
gas companies,” said Rachel Yee, assistant manager for process control
at SapuraKencana. “We were also very impressed by the commitment of
the Intergraph team, and we have full confidence in the provided support
and services for a successful implementation.”
Interoperability was another key factor in SapuraKencana’s decision to
adopt Intergraph technology. SmartPlant Construction and the
SmartPlant Enterprise tools support interoperability, allowing the company to easily integrate with third-party tools and systems (such as
Tekla, SAP’s timesheet management system, Primavera, and many others) for effective change management and reduced rework.
SmartPlant Construction is the integrated Intergraph solution that offers
dynamic work package planning, construction sequencing, and reporting to streamline and integrate engineering for improved CAPEX efficiency and maximum construction readiness. This is critical as construction readiness can make the difference between a 60 percent loss
or a 10 percent profit. SmartPlant Construction ensures that even the
most complex construction budgets stay on budget and schedule.
This technology upgrade project was launched as part of
SapuraKencana’s Yard Modernization Project, and the Intergraph solutions were implemented at the company’s Lumut yard. SmartPlant
Construction has open interfaces with the SmartPlant Enterprise applications: with SmartPlant Materials, it checks materials availability and
locations based on drawings attached to a work package; with
SmartPlant Foundation, the latest documents and drawings are auto-
matically attached to work packages; with
Smart 3D, it enables 4D visualization based on
the 3D model to visualize complex schedule
information; and with SmartPlant Review, 3D
models from PDS®, CADWorx® or third-party
tools like PDMS and MicroStation can be
imported for detailed engineering work.
SmartPlant Construction can also be integrated
with SapuraKencana’s existing applications,
such as Primavera for the integration of the
schedule with the work packages, and SAP’s
time management system that captures actual
man-hours spent on a work package basis.
Using SmartPlant Construction, SapuraKencana
can automate progress tracking and updates
based on pre-set rules of progress. It also delivers various types of reports, both before and
after the work packages have been issued.
An integrated engineering environment has
improved data collaboration at SapuraKencana
because it enables multi-discipline engineers
to work in a single common platform. This is
across the project life cycle, from the design
concept and basic engineering, through to
detailed design, fabrication, EPC activities, and
pre-commissioning. SmartPlant Construction
and the suite of SmartPlant Enterprise solutions
have helped to automate engineering, improving the transparency of process workflows and
preventing planning errors. By promoting lean
principles, SmartPlant Construction has enabled
SapuraKencana to visualize constructability
and improve productivity.
Moving Forward
SapuraKencana will continue to refine the
SmartPlant Enterprise system and enhance
integration for multi-discipline projects, so as to
further reduce errors and inefficiencies during
construction.
Yee said, “The implementation of an integrated
system has been very beneficial, enabling
incremental discipline integration as a start, but
also scalable for us to grow in harmony as we
expand the use of Intergraph solutions.”
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Application (국문)
SapuraKencana, 모듈러 공법에
SMARTPLANT® Construction 적용
SapuraKencana는 제조 현장(yard)의 완벽한 시공 준비를 위해서 인터그래프 엔터프라이즈 툴들과 혁신적인 건조
솔루션을 통합했다.
인터그래프 코퍼레이션
FACTS AT A GLANCE
목표 설정
Company: SapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad
Website: www.sapurakencana.com
Description: SapuraKencana는 세계 최대의 석유 및 가스 서비스 및 솔루션
기업이다. 주요 사업은 석유 업스트림 산업의 E2E(End-to-End) 솔루션과 서
비스, 그리고 해양 구조물 및 파이프 라인 설치/제조, 연결, 시운전, 해양 구
조물의 탑-사이드 유지보수 서비스, 프로젝트 관리, 해양 서비스 지원, 전문
철강 제조 산업 등을 포함하고 있다. SapuraKencana는 말레이시아와 중국
을 포함해 호주, 중동, 미국, 브라질 등 20개 이상의 국가에서 다양한 프로젝
트를 수행하고 있다.
Employees: 10,000명 이상
Industry: 석유 및 가스
Country: 말레이시아
KapuraKencana Petroleum Berhad는 말레이시아에서
PRODUCTS USED
에 잦은 엔지니어링 설계 변화에 적절히 대처할 수 있
SmartPlant® Construction
Smart 3D
SmartPlant Review
SmartPlant Foundation
SmartPlant Materials
KEY BENEFITS
향상된 협업을 위한 부서 간의 통합 기능 강화
노동 생산성 증대를 위한 보다 효율적인 자원 일정
일정 오류를 방지하는 정확한 고품질의 데이터
상당한 시간과 비용 절감
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석유 및 가스 서비스와 솔루션을 제공하는 세계 최대
규모의 기업이다. 이 회사는 전세계 석유 및 가스 프로
젝트에 있어 최고의 전략 파트너로써 세계 곳곳에서
성공적으로 프로젝트를 수행해왔으며, 기업이 자산을
축적할 수 있도록 돕고 있다.
SapuraKencana는 글로벌 시장에서 지속적인 확장을
위해 초대형 프로젝트 관리 능력을 증대화하고
EPC(Engineering, Procurement, Construction) 산업의 글
로벌 경쟁력을 강화하고 있다. 따라서 기한 내 프로젝
트 납품과 동시에 원활한 작업 흐름을 보장하고, 동시
도록 자사의 시스템 및 프로세스 보완이 필요했다.
또한 SapuraKencana는 타 부서간의 작업이 효율적으
로 이뤄지도록 단일 플랫폼을 사용하여 협업이 가능한
통합 엔지니어링 환경을 구축하기 위해 노력했다. 이러
한 기술 업그레이드의 일환으로, 효율성과 생산성에 대
한 모듈러 공법이 가능한 솔루션을 구현하려고 했다.
난제 극복
매뉴얼 데이터 처리와 중복되는 일에 대한 인적 오
류 최소화
SapuraKencana와 프로젝트팀 내 데이터 및 정보 흐름 개선
시공 중 자재 유휴 시간(idle time)을 줄이고 노동 효율성 향상
었다. SmartPlant Construction은 다음의 SmartPlant
Enterprise 응용 프로그램과 연결되어 있다. SmartPlant
Materials은 자재 사용 가능여부와 워크 패키지에 첨
성공적인 결과물
종합적인 평가를 거쳐 SapuraKencana는 인터그래프의 SmartPlant ®
Construction과 Smart 3D, SmartPlant Review, SmartPlant Foundation, 그리고
SmartPlant Materials을 포함한 기타 SmartPlant Enterprise 어플리케이션을 선택
했다. SmartPlant Enterprise 솔루션을 통해 정확한 생산 정보를 확보하면서도,
EPC 프로세스 전반에 걸친 전체 통합이 가능했기 때문에 인터그래프의 기술을
적용시키기로 결정한 것이다.
인터그래프는 주요 석유 및 가스 기업에서 사용중인 품질과 무결성이 보장된
업계에서 평판이 좋은 솔루션 업체이다 라고 SapuraKencana의 프로세스 컨트
롤 부 매니저인 레이첼 리(Rachel Yee)는 설명했다. 우리 또한 인터그래프의 공
헌에 깊은 감명을 받았다. 그리고 성공적인 구현을 위해 제공되는 서비스 및 지
원에도 확신을 갖게 됐다.
SapuraKencana가 인터그래프를 채택한 또 다른 이유는 상호 운용성이다.
SmartPlant Construction 및 SmartPlant Enterprise는 사용자가 효과적으로 작업
할 수 있도록 타사 제품 및 시스템 - Tekla, SAP의 Timesheet 관리 시스템,
Primavera 등 - 과 손쉬운 통합이 가능한 상호 운용성을 지원한다.
SmartPlant Construction은 다이나믹 워크 패키지 일정, 시공 시퀀스와 개선된
CAPEX 효율성을 포함한 완벽한 시공 준비를 위한 엔지니어링을 간소화하고 통
합하는 리포팅을 제공한다. 시공 준비 상황에 따라, 60% 손실부터 10% 이익까
지 차이가 크기 때문에 매우 중요하다. SmartPlant Construction은 아무리 복잡
한 시공 예산에 대해서도 예산과 일정 안에 유지될 수 있도록 한다.
이러한 기술 업그레이드는 SapuraKencana의 Yard Modernization Project의 일
환으로 시작되었으며, 인터그래프 솔루션은 이 기업의 Lumut yard에서 시행되
부된 도면에 따라 위치를 확인하고, SmartPlant
Foundation은 최신 문서 및 도면이 자동으로 워크 패
키지에 첨부한다. Smart 3D는 복잡한 일정 정보를 시
각화하는 3D 모델에 기반한 4D 시각화(Visualization)
하며, SmartPlant Review는 정밀한 엔지니어링 작업
을 위해 PDS®나 CADWorx® 뿐 아니라 PDMS나
MicroStation 같은 타사 제품으로부터 3D 모델을 불
러올 수 있도록 한다.
또한 SmartPlant Construction은 워크 패키지 단위의
실제 소요 시간을 파악하는 SAP의 시간 관리 시스
템이나 워크 패키지와의 일정 통합을 위한 Primavera
같은 SapuraKencana의 기존 응용 프로그램과도 통합
이 가능하다. SapuraKencana는 SmartPlant Construction
을 사용함으로써 사전에 설정된 규칙에 따라 진행 사
항 추적 및 업데이트를 자동화할 수 있게 됐다. 또한,
워크 패키지가 발행된 전이나 후에도 다양한 방식의
보고서를 전달할 수 있다.
통합된 엔지니어링 환경을 통해 다양한 분야의 엔지
니어가 하나의 공통된 플랫폼에서 작업할 수 있기 때
문에 SapuraKencana에서의 데이터 협업을 향상시킬
수 있었다. 이것은 설계 개념과 기본 설계에서부터 상세
설계, 제조, EPC 작업 및 시운전에 이르기까지 프로젝
트 라이프 사이클 전반에 걸쳐 해당된다. SmartPlant
Construction과 SmartPlant Enterprise 솔루션 제품군
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서 설계 자동화를 가능하게 했다.
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위해 지속적으로 SmartPlant Enterprise 시스템을 조
정하고, 여러 분야의 프로젝트 통합을 강화하고 있다.
리 매니저는 통합 시스템 구현은 지속적으로 증가하
는 다양한 분야 간의 통합을 가능하게 했을 뿐 아니
라, 인터그래프 솔루션의 사용을 확대함으로써 우리
가 조화를 이루며 성장할 수 있게 만든다는 점에서
매우 유익했다 라고 말했다.
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Application
Moving Oil and Gas Production
to the Seabed
Despite challenges, subsea production has the potential to help increase oil and gas
exploration and production as well as reduce the need for a topside production platform.
Rockwell Automation
World demand for oil and gas shows no signs of diminishing. In fact, the U.S. Energy Information Administration
reports that world-marketed energy consumption is projected to increase by 49 percent from 2007 to 2035.
Production of crude oil, however, may have a difficult time
keeping up with the pace of demand. According to the
International Energy Agency’s 2009 World Energy Outlook,
crude oil production from existing fields will drop by almost
two-thirds by the year 2030. In addition, it is anticipated that oil
and gas companies will need an additional 2,700 billion cubic
metres (BCM) of natural gas capacity just to keep up with the
ever-increasing demand for this type of energy resource.
The exhaustion of onshore and shallow water reserves has
pushed exploration and production further and further out
to sea. However, production platforms in deep water are
vulnerable to potentially catastrophic events ranging from
explosions to ship collisions - and are capital-intensive.
What’s more, there are environmental and safety risks associated with operating rigs in deep sea.
Subsea production could provide a solution.
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Moving Production to the Seabed
As operations move further offshore, not only do the potential risks compound but also the potential gain. Due to the
loss of pressure caused by the extraction process, some
hydrocarbons are simply non-recoverable – there is not
enough natural pressure to push oil and gas to the surface.
It is estimated that by moving production to the seabed and
thus decreasing the amount of pressure needed to extract
resources from the earth, oil and gas companies could
recover up to 20 percent more resources from producing
fields.
In addition, subsea production facilities can cost up to 50
percent less to operate than surface platforms due to the
decrease in topside staff and supplies.
The implications for the boost in recovery, combined with
the reduction in capital investment, are huge. Companies
could explore smaller, deeper fields that might not have
been economically viable previously and mine reserves
located in arctic environments not conducive to a topside
production platform.
Technology Challenges
While companies have long anticipated the potential benefits of subsea production, reality has prevented it from happening. While many could see the opportunity, the technology was not available to produce in an unmanned, complex environment 3,000 metres below the surface.
However, over the last 10 years, oil and gas producers
around the globe have started developing pilot subsea
compression stations. If these pilot projects prove successful, the reality of subsea compression has the potential to
change the landscape of future offshore production,
increase exploration and production efforts, and eliminate
the need for - and risks associated with - a topside production platform.
In order to communicate with a variety of
devices, it is critical that the control
system leverage a standard
programming environment.
Companies participating in various pilot projects understand the potentially vast economic, safety and environmental benefits that subsea production represents. At the
same time, cutting-edge compression technology has
matured to the point that it is ready to be “marinised,” miniaturised and ruggedised for the pressure constraints, corrosive environment and frigid temperatures that exist subsea.
The complexities of the system also require some of the
most technologically advanced equipment available.
Equipment on the systems include multiple compressor
trains, variable speed motors, separate vessels and coolers, pump and level controls, transformers, electronics, and
liquid slug and MEG handling - each tested and designed
specifically for the harsh subsea environment.
Underwater Control
To help control giant subsea platforms, oil and gas companies need closed-loop controllers to help protect against
dangerous pressure surges that could cause failures in the
expensive compressors. This type of system also requires
a controller that matches the Eurocard circuit board format
that fits in existing subsea-qualified enclosures (to save the
time and expense associated with designing and testing an
To help control subsea platforms, oil and gas companies
need closed-loop controllers to help protect against
dangerous pressure surges that could cause failures.
entirely new enclosure usable at extreme depths).
These platforms typically use machinery and components
from a number of vendors in order to test as many potential
components as possible. This helps the company using the
platform to produce oil to identify best-in-class solutions
most likely to hold up in intense conditions prior to installing
the system subsea.
In order to communicate with a variety of devices, it is critical that the control system leverage a standard programming environment. The end user also requires that the control solution feature simplex, redundant or triple modular
redundancy levels to meet each supplier’s needs.
As companies look toward executing this cutting-edge
approach, it’s important to look for a control architecture
that offers dual, closed-loop, independent subsea electronics modules (SEMs), each with a redundant central processing unit (CPU) for improved availability to help boost
throughput. This also provides physical separation to mini-
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Application
mise loss of contact during safety events, along with multiple Ethernet channels to onshore operations.
The control system should support online reconfiguration,
such as adjustment of input thresholds, without necessitating a process shutdown. In addition, it should be built for
IEC-61131 compliance with integral support for all five programming languages.
The AADvance™ controller from Rockwell Automation has
been implemented in several subsea compressor control
applications to provide the multiple redundancy levels
required. Its scalable design allows oil and gas producers to
add up to 48 I/O modules, if necessary, and is based on
commercially available, off-the-shelf technology. This allows
the end user - and the many companies involved in a project
- the ability to focus on cutting-edge design rather than timeconsuming customized programming and engineering.
Subsea Success
Oil and gas companies involved in the development of subsea technology estimate that in addition to increasing over-
all field recovery by up to 20 percent, subsea production
solutions like the pilot compressor platforms offer the potential to reduce capital expenditures by up to 40 percent and
overall operating costs by up to 50 percent.
Because subsea platforms are designed to pump gas
directly to onshore production facilities, oil and gas producers will not require a topside structure. As a result, they will
improve safety by reducing the number of personnel needed to operate the platform production facilities and reduce
any negative impact from weather. They also will be able to
expand exploration and production into even less hospitable arctic regions.
While the pilot projects currently under way focus primarily
on compressor control, many leading oil and gas companies see potential for similar control systems to be used for
a range of future subsea applications. These include gas
separation, high integrity pressure protection system
(HIPPS) control and water disposal. This new breed of bestin-class technology is allowing companies to explore and
produce in areas never thought possible.
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Low Pressure Tap
Hi Pressure Tap
Hi Pressure Tap
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Fixed Bolts
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Centering Ring
Flow
⇒
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Cone
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Manifold Valve
IVCM (Integral Valve Cone Meter)
DP HiCone Meter
DP HiCone Meter는 일반적인 차압유량계의 일종이며 차압유량계와 같은 물리적
원리에 따라 유량을 측정합니다. 조임부 역할을 하는 Cone은 Meter body 중앙에
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검출 Tap은 High 와 Low pressure를 DP 전송기로 보내 유량을 지시합니다.
70 %
전단 3D 후단 1D의 짧은 직관부를 가짐에 따라 플랜트 건설에 최대 70 %까지 원가
를 절감하는 효과를 가집니다. (미국 CEESI에서 API 22.2 TESTING)
±8 %
Cone Meter는 제조공정상의 사소하게 보이는 차이에도 교정하지 않으면 최대
±8 % 의 오차가 발생할 수 있습니다. 정확도 ±0.5~1 % 수준의 정밀한 유량측
정을 위해서는 반드시 교정을 해야 합니다. (미국 CEESI에서 발표한 내용중)
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의 정확도를 가집니다.
HFV-WM
IVCM
IVCM은 차압식 유량계의 필연적 구성품인Manifold
Valve를 Meter body와 일체형으로 제작하여 공정
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Product Review
HBC-radio Controls for
Maritime applications
HBC-radiomatic Korea has 30 years of experience with HBC-radiomatic and Reliable Clients in Korea
and worldwide. We provide qualified industrial radio controlled-applications and after-service. As in
Industrial, Constructions Cranes, Mobile hydraulics, Maritime, Forestry applications and more, we can
meet your expectation of need.
HBC-radiomatic® Korea
HBC-radiomatic, the Experts in Maritime
applications
For many years, HBC-radiomatic has been one of the worldwide leading specialized suppliers of wireless controls for
Maritime equipment. Our products are proven time and time
again and are used in a great variety of applications. The
scope ranges from jip cranes at yacht harbors to straddle carriers at container ports, from rope winches on research ships
to industrial cranes on oil platforms.
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Ideal Application fields
- Deck cranes
- Mobile harbor cranes
- Reach stackers
- Rope winches
- Industrial cranes
- Firefighting equipment
- Straddle carriers
- and much more.
with a good overview of the situation. At the same time, the
STOP switch is always at hand allowing for a quick stop of
machine functions in emergencies without any loss of time.
Furthermore, accident risks are prevented since there is no
cable that could pose a tripping hazard.
Efficient and Time-saving
HBC radio controls are carried directly by the operator and are
always at hand, but never in the way. From their location, the
operators can activate all machine functions and perform
other duties when they are not operating the radio control.
Figure 1. HBC-radiomatic’s product wide-range
Crucial Advantages in the field
From mobile harbor cranes to reach stackers, from deck
cranes to water guns on firefighting boats: state-of-the-art
equipment is used by virtually all areas of Maritime technology
today. The efficient coordination of this equipment as well as
the safe, fast and easy operations of the respective machinery
is of maximum importance.
The working environment is often extreme: permanent contact
with salt water and the daily operation under the harshest
weather conditions present personnel and machinery with
enormous challenges. It is exactly in situations like these that
HBC radio controls offer crucial advantages.
Mobility and safety without distracting cables
Thanks to our wireless control devices, operators are completely mobile at all times. They can freely move within the
working area and operate the equipment from a safe location
Figure 2. Guarantee of Mobility and Safety
All functions from a single source
Thanks to high-performance transmission technology and
sophisticated electronics, most machine functions can now be
controlled from a single, convenient control device. The operator always has access to critical controls and data at their fingertips. This facilitates coordination and can save valuable
seconds in the event of an emergency.
COMPETENCE
Safety comes First
In many Maritime applications, technical equipment has to meet stringent legal requirements.
In addition, numerous
machines in harbors or
used offshore are temporarily or permanently
being operated in hazardous areas. For this
reason, it is key to work
with reliable and competent partners.
HBC-radiomatic offers
Figure 3. Approval Logos
a wide range of radio
controls with GL DNV approval. This proven independent seal
attests that our products meet extremely strict test requirements. As a result, our customers can rely on maximum transparency and safety.
This also applies to Explosion-proof radio controls by HBCradiomatic. For more than 40 years, we have developed and
produced wireless controls for hazardous areas and are,
therefore, real EX-perts. Today, we offer a wide choice of radio
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Product Review
controls with approvals of EX-zones 1, 2, 21 and 22 according
to ATEX, IECEx and also with KOSHA. In addition, HBC products are available with NEC 500 / 505 approvals. Therefore,
we perfectly meet the global needs of our customers.
VERSATILITY
Unlimited possibilities
While HBC-radiomatic does also provide off-shelf solutions,
they specialize in the design of customized, engineered wireless control solutions that are tailored to the customer’s needs.
A wide range of base models, operating elements and additional features offer additional safety and efficiency in Maritime
applications.
Figure 5. radiomatic® iLOG for the quick activation of a spare
their backup transmitter in a matter of seconds. Once again,
the radio system is immediately ready for use and work
resumes without any downtime.
In addition, a wide range of helpful features such as the front
panel lighting for safe work in bad light conditions, or the
orthogonal drive for precise machine movements in confined
areas, are part of our product range. HBC radio systems are
also available with many common interfaces such as
CANopen Safety and as special versions for potentially explosive environments.
Last but not the least, the transmitter spectrum E, one of our
radio transmitters, is highly recommended as the Maritime
application. Highlights of spectrum E as follows;
Figure 4. Camera assistance with radiomatic® photon
A good example is the Live Camera assistance with radiomatic photon. This valuable feature enables the clear display of
live camera images on the radio control. The operator always
has a good view of the machine and the working environment
and can control the machine with optimum safety.
Another clever feature is radiomatic report. This innovative
concept allows for the easy and efficient management of
access rights to your machinery, as well as for the collection of
valuable operational data of your radio control systems.
As as standard, virtually all HBC radio transmitters come with
radiomatic iLOG. With this feature, an operator can re-activate
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Figure 6. spectrum E
- Extra-large equipment
The new housing design is comfortable to carry and offers
space for numerous operation elements and features. The
transmitter thus offers almost unlimited possibilities.
Figure 7. The 3.5” color TFT offers an overview of operational data.
- Live video transmission (optional)
With the Live video transmission via video camera, the operator can work safely and precisely in demanding situations. Up
to 8 video cameras can be installed in the working area.
- User identification (optional)
The HBC Smart Card (Merlin) protects the control from unauthorized use. It enables the blocking of safety-relevant functions for non-authorized users as well as the collecting of valuable operational data.
- Li-ion exchange battery
Spectrum E comes with an extremely powerful rechargeable
Li-ion exchange battery, providing an excellent continuous
operating time of approx. 18 hours.
- radiomatic CPS(optional)
With radiomatic CPS (Continuous Power Supply), the operator
can change the battery without interrupting power. This makes
this transmitter and ideal choice for long, uninterrupted operations.
QUALITY
First-class quality “made by HBC”
Since the company’s foundation in 1947, the name HBCradiomatic has been synonymous with the term “Quality”.
While German engineered, the radio control specialists from
Crailsheim also produce over 90% of their components at the
own facilities.
As a result, the customer can always completely rely on their
HBC radio control system. The exceptional robustness of our
housings, reliable electronics, and operating elements proven
for decades ensure a long lifecycle, even in the harshest of
environments.
The high standards for our premium products allow for the most
rugged, reliable controls on the market. For Maritime applications, our products can be equipped with additional features
ensuring optimum protection against salt water and harsh out-
Figure 8. HBC joystic: proven for decades & Reliable
electronics
side conditions. Good examples are salt-water resistant bellows
and roll-over bars constructed from stainless steel.
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Customer service - FAST and PERSONAL
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Product Review
Siemens NX 10 delivers enhanced design
flexibility and up to 3X higher productivity
2D conceptual design solution helps speed up design time and touch-enabled interface provides
anytime, anywhere access to NX
Siemens PLM Software
The latest version of Siemens’ NX™ software (NX 10) includes
new capabilities that deliver enhanced product development
flexibility and up to three times higher productivity. New tools
like the 2D concept development solution make it easier and
faster to create designs, while enhancements to NX Realize
Shape™ software, a fully integrated sub-division modelling
environment, give designers more flexibility to produce unique
shapes. A new optional touch-enabled interface provides
expanded access to the full design capabilities of NX. And
tighter integration to product lifecycle management (PLM) software, through Siemens’ Active Workspace environment,
reduces the amount of time spent searching for product information. NX 10 also includes multiple enhancements throughout the integrated computer-aided design, manufacturing and
engineering (CAD/CAM/CAE) solution.
“NX 10 continues to improve on the robust functionality and
user-friendly features that customers need to manage the
ever-increasing complexity of product designs,” said Jim
Rusk, senior vice president, Product Engineering Software,
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Siemens PLM Software. “The new and enhanced capabilities make the early concept phase - which is one of the most
important phases of the design - easier and faster. The new
touch-enabled interface and tighter integration with Active
Workspace gives NX 10 unprecedented versatility, providing
anytime, anywhere access to product data. This enhanced
access helps our customers make smarter decisions that
result in better products.”
Speed up design time
Increasing product complexity makes 3D modeling the preferred method of product design throughout the world.
However, in some industries including machinery and complex electronics it is easier and faster to create initial design
layouts in 2D. The new 2D concept development solution
enables designers to explore concepts in 2D making it up to
three times faster to create new designs. Once the design is
finalized it can easily be migrated to 3D to complete the
model.
Enhancements to the NX Realize Shape solution give
designers even more control over geometry modelling to
produce products with highly stylized shapes or complex
surfaces. NX Realize Shape is based on sub-division modelling, a mathematical approach to creating 3D geometry with
smooth flowing shapes, pioneered by the entertainment
industry.
The tool is seamlessly integrated with NX which helps shorten product development time by eliminating the multiple
steps associated with using separate tools for freeform
design and engineering development.
The new optional touch-enabled interface in NX 10 adds the
flexibility of accessing NX on tablets running Microsoft’s
Windows® operating systems. This makes it easier to use NX
when and where needed to enhance collaboration and productivity. Combining improved access to NX with tighter
PLM integration through Active Workspace, the innovative
interface to Siemens’ Teamcenter® software, enables users
to quickly find relevant information, even from multiple external data sources. Active Workspace can be accessed via
the web on any device from any location.
Multiphysics environment
NX 10 has a number of additional CAD/CAM/CAE enhancements, including the new NX CAE multiphysics environment
which significantly enhances simulation integration by connecting two or more solvers to streamline the process of performing complex simulations. The multiphysics environment
delivers a consistent look and feel for performing multiphysics simulations so engineers can easily build coupled solutions on the same mesh using common element types,
properties, boundary conditions, and solver controls and
options.
The new industry-specific capabilities in NX CAM help engineers program faster and machine higher quality parts. New
dynamically-adjusted roughing strategies automatically
adapt to part geometry to enable better mold and die
machining. New automated inspection programming capabilities in NX CMM (coordinate-measuring machines) enable
the use of PMI (Product Manufacturing Information) to create
inspection scanning paths. This helps significantly speed up
the inspection process compared to the currently available
touch point method.
NX 10 also includes new production line design capabilities
for automotive assembly manufacturing. The new line designer application enables engineers to design and visualize layouts of production lines in NX, and use Teamcenter and
Siemens’ Tecnomatix® software to manage the designs, and
validate and optimize manufacturing processes.
NX 10 will be available in December.
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Guest Article (국문)
지역을 넘어 세계로!
클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획수립 및
데이터 교환 서비스 개발
부산IT융합부품연구소는 미래창조과학부와 정보통신산업진흥원에
업으로 성장할 수 있는 가능성이 높다.
서 추진하고, 부산광역시가 지원하는 2014년 지역 SW 융합제품 상
또한 부산은 세계 5위의 물동량 처리 및 국제적 항만시설을 보유하
용화 지원사업을 통해 클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획수립 및 데이터
고 있으며 2012~17년 간 전 세계 컨테이너 물동량이 연 평균 6.1%
교환 서비스 개발 및 구축사업을 수행하고 있다. 이 사업은 부산의
증가하는 추세를 보이고 있다.
㈜토탈소프트뱅크가 주관하고, ㈜유엔진클라우드와 부산의 아이티
엠에이(ITMA)가 참여해 추진하고 있다.
이 사업은 하역작업 계획수립과 데이터 교환 서비스를 포함하는 클
라우드 서비스의 제공함으로써, 현재 서비스되고 있는 시스템을 합
법적이지 못한 방법으로 이용하는 사용자들을 유료로 전환시켜 수
익을 창출하고, 해외 해운 항만 물류 고객사들을 대상으로 매출을
확대한다는 것이 목표다. 이를 통해 고급 인력들을 재활용함으로써
부산 해운 항만 물류 산업의 경쟁력의 확보와 세계 1위의 해운 항
만 물류 소프트웨어 공급기업의 탄생이라는 비전을 제시하고 있다.
부산은 지능형 물류와 더불어 IT 및 SW 산업 발전 가능성이 높은
지역으로써, 글로벌 클라우드 지원센터 사업을 통한 새로운 동력산
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매출액 규모
인력 규모
총 종사자 수: 20,168명
총 매출액: 3조 9,960 (업체평균: 16.5명)
억 9,600만원
총 R&D 인력: 2,348명
(업체평균: 6.1명)
지적재산권 현황
국내 특허: 1,002
해외 특허: 69
국내 인증: 58
프로그램 건 수: 513
자본금 및 R&D 투자 규모
수출액 규모
총 수출액: 2,627억
7,600만원
사업 현황
IT/SW 분야 전업기업:
84.4%
총 자본금: 4,274억 7,100만
주력사업
원 (평균: 4억 710만원)
정보통신 서비스:
총 R&D 투자액: 1,246억
39.8%
2100만원 (평균: 4억 9,260만원)
소프트웨어: 31.3%
정보통신기기: 29.0%
Table 1. 부산지역 IT 및 SW 사업 현황
(자료: 2012년 부산 IT/SW 산업 통계 조사 보고서)
미래창조과학부
부산광역시
정보통신산업진흥원
클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획 수립 및 데이터 교환 서비스 개발 및 구축
상용화 적용기관
B
TS 사
고객
동남권 품질역량 센터
SW 품질 테스트
GS 인증 연계 지원
업총괄운영
사
SW 품질 관리
클라우드 서비스 플랫폼 기술 개발
상용화 서비스 대상기관
P3 네트워크
SW 관리 전문가
(Mission Provider)
전략사업 전문가
(Mission Provider)
라우드 기반 데이터 교환(EDI) 서비
클
스 개발 및 구측
클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획 수립
서비스 개발 및 구축
공개 SW 기반 클라우드 해운 항만
물류 서비스 플랫폼 개발
오픈스택(오픈소스) 기반의 클라우드
인프라스트럭쳐 기술 개발
라우드 기반 중소형 선사/대리점/
클
검수 회사용 ERP 서비스 개발
Figure 1. 사업 추진 체계
연도 2009
구분
계
2010
2011
2012
전국대비
(%)
전년대비
(%)
합하며, 현 정부 140대 국정과제 중 IT 및 SW 융합을 통한 주력산
업 구조의 고도화와 해운 선진화의 해외진출 지원에 부합하는 사업
16,341 19,369
21,551 22,497
100
104
부산항
11,980
14,194
16,175
17,023
75.6
105
광양항
1,810
2,037
2,064
2,148
9.5
104
이 사업은 총 5개 세부 기술개발로 분류되며 주관기관 및 주관기업
인천항
1,578
1,903
1,986
1,972
8.3
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과 참여기업이 각자 역할에 따라 기술 개발을 수행하고 있다. 주관
기업인 ㈜토탈소프트뱅크는 클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획수립 서
울산항
319
336
323
372
1.7
115
평택/당진항
377
446
522
509
2.3
98
기타 항
277
412
481
471
2.1
98
Table 2. 국내 주요 항만 컨테이너 처리 현황
(자료: 부산항의 현황 및 장단점에 대한 논의)
이다.
비스 개발과 데이터 교환(EDI) 서비스 기술을 개발하고 있으며 참여
기업인 아이티엠에이(ITMA)는 중/소형 선사 및 대리점과 검수 회사
(단위: 1,000 TEU)
연도
지역
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
2016
2017
극동
210,788 229,882 243,374 259,600 279,456 301,242 324,120 348,696
전세계
549,102 591,738 616,234 646,789 686,596 730,817 778,431 829,377
Table 3. 연도별 컨테이너 물동량 전망
(자료: 부산항의 현황 및 장단점에 대한 논의)
전문적인
수익창출을 위한
해외 해운 항만 물류
현재 부산은 해양, 융합부품소재, 창조문화, 바이오 헬스, 지식인프
클라우드(Cloud)
유료 사용자로의
고객대상
라 서비스의 5대 전략 산업을 발표하고 산업 성장에 대한 지속적인
서비스의 제공
전환
매출의 확대
지원을 계획하고 있다. 현재 수행중인 클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획
수립 및 데이터 교환 서비스 개발사업은 21세기 첨단 해양 거점 도
시라는 비전을 가지는 부산시의 부산발전 2020 비전과 전략에 부
Figure 2. 사업의 비전과 목표
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클라우드 기반 하역작업 계획 수립 및 데이터 교환 서비스 개발 및 구축
선사 및
터미널 운영사
PaaS
Shipping Agent.
Shipping Line
데이터(EDI)
교환 서비스
하역작업계획
수립 서비스
SaaS
중소형 ERP
서비스
정부 관계 부처
공개 SW 기반 클라우드 해운항만물류 서비스 플랫폼
Port Authority
오픈스택(오픈소스) 기반의 클라우드 인프
라스트럭쳐 개발
IaaS
자체 서버, 스토리지, 네트워크 환경
구축
Terminal Operator
구분
Public Cloud
하역 작업계획
수립 서비스
Immigration
Private Cloud
데이터 교환(EDI) 서비스
컨테이너 터미널 내부
암벽 크레인
Quaranting
officer
야드 트럭
운송 회사
컨테이너 트럭
컨테이너 터미널 외부
게이트
보세창고
Figure 3. 기술 개발 사업 내용
용 ERP 서비스를 개발하고 있다. 또한 참여기업 ㈜유엔진클라우드
이 사업을 통해 새로운 비즈니스 모델 발굴과 일자리 창출 및 매출
는 해운 항만 물류 운영 서비스 플랫폼 기술을 개발하며, 이 과제
증대, 해운 항만 물류 기업과 기업간 글로벌 서비스 연결을 통한
는 부산IT융합부품연구소가 관리기관의 역할을 수행하고 있다.
신규 비즈니스 모델 창출, 그리고 글로벌 경쟁력을 확보할 수 있다.
또한 클라우드 공개 SW 발전에 기여할 수 있을 거라 판단되며 부산
내 클라우드 SW 커뮤니티를 통한 클라우드 서비스 산업 활성화에
해양산업
큰 몫을 할 것으로 기대된다.
현재 이 사업은 1차년도 개발을 2개월 정도 남겨두고 있으며, 활발
자식 인프라
서비스
융합부품
소재 산업
히 개발이 진행 중에 있다. 총 2년 동안 진행되며 2015년 하반기부
터 시범 서비스를 시작으로 상용화할 계획이다. 기술개발과 함께 수
요처 확보에도 많은 노력을 기울이고 있으며, 이 사업을 통한 기술
5대 전략 사업
및 서비스가 지역을 넘어 세계로 도약할 수 있길 기대하고 있다.
부산IT융합부품연구소는 IT/SW 융합지역 거점 연구기관으로서 수송
바이오 헬스
산업
창조문화
산업
기계 분야(자동차, 조선 등)의 기업과 공동연구를 통해 다수의 상용화
기술 개발을 수행했다. 더불어 연구소에서는 동남권 SW품질역량센터
를 통해 SW 테스트 및 컨설팅, 인증연계지원, SW 품질 관련 전문가
Figure 4. 부산시 5대 전략산업(자료: 부산시 선도기업 홈페이지)
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Nexans boosts fire safety for Fincantieri’s new cruise ships
Four new Viking Ocean Cruises ships being constructed by
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Nexans and Fincantieri enters into Agrement for the supply of Halogen
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In 2010, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) introduced the
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ceramic layer to assure circuit integrity under voltages up to 1 kV.
“Fincantieri is a major player in the cruise ship market. So the successful development of the SRtP cables and securing this order for the
Viking Ocean Cruises ships is a very significant achievement for
Nexans. It demonstrates our strong technical expertise in the shipping
industry as well as our capability to collaborate with ship builders to
design and engineer innovative cable solutions,” said Yannick Goutille,
Nexans Ship Cable Product Manager.
The cables are manufactured at Nexans’ German facilities for delivery
to Fincantieri over the next two years.
Fincantieri’s new Viking Ocean Cruises ships
하는 차세대 케이블 개발을 위해 핀칸티에리사와 긴밀한 협
력관계를 유지해왔다. 4,000km의 전력 및 데이터 케이블은
현재 핀칸티에리사 조선소에서 건조중인 크루즈선에 설치
될 예정이다. 각각 473개의 캐빈이 있는 크루즈선의 총 무게
는 48,000톤이다.
지난 2010년 국제해양기구(IMO)는 MSC.1.Circ. 1368으로 알려
진 강령에 따라 여객수송선을 위한 국제안전협약(SRtP) 개
념을 도입했다. 강령에서는 안전 엔지니어링 설계를 권장하
고, 여객수송선에서는 핵심 시스템과 서비스가 최소 3시간(
승객들이 안전하게 항구로 돌아오고, 심각한 사고 발생 시
탈출할 수 있는 충분한 시간) 동안 작동될 수 있도록 권고하
고 있다.
선박용 케이블은 송전, 제어 및 데이터 서비스를 제공하는
국제안전협약을 준수하는데 핵심적인 역할을 한다. 매우 까
다롭게 요구되는 내화성뿐 아니라 뜨거운 케이블에 뿌려지
는 물 스프레이로 인한 물리적 충격 부하와 열 충격을 반드
시 견딜 수 있어야 한다. 새로운 국제안전협약(SRtP) 케이블
설계는 넥상스의 나노기술을 기반으로 한다. 이 기술은 불에
노출되었을 때 유연하고 플라스틱 커버에서 거친 절연 세라
믹 층으로 절연체가 변하면서 1kV이하 전압의 회로 완전성
을 보장한다.
넥상스 선박 케이블 제품 매니저인 야닉 고틸(Yannick
Goutille)은 핀칸티에리사는 크루즈선 시장의 주요 업체이다.
그렇기 때문에 국제안전협약(SRtP) 조건을 만족하는 케이블
의 성공적인 개발과 바이킹 오션 크루즈선의 수주 확보는
넥상스에게 매우 중대한 성과이다. 이는 우리의 중요한 기술
넥상스, 핀칸티에리사의 새로운 크루즈선 화재 안전 케이블 공급
적 전문지식뿐만 아니라 혁신적인 케이블 솔루션을 설계하
넥상스는 세계 최대 선박 그룹인 핀칸티에리사가 건조하는 4척의 새로운 바이킹
고, 제작하기 위해 조선소들과 협력할 수 있는 우리의 능력
오션 크루즈 선에 자사의 국제안전협약 케이블 기술로 강화된 화재 안전 케이블을
을 증명하는 것 이라고 말했다.
공급한다고 발표했다. 이번 계약 규모는 약 1200만 유로이다.
이 케이블은 넥상스 독일 공장에서 제조되며, 2년간 핀칸티
넥상스는 최첨단 나노 기반의 첨단기술로 내화성을 띈 국제안전협약(SEtP)을 준수
에리사에 납품될 예정이다.
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SSME signed contract to build 4 eco-friendly tankers
Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (SSME) announced on
October 6 that it signed a contract with a Greek ship owner to build 4 units of
115,000-ton tankers (including 2 optional vessels). These vessels are the
Aframax tankers which have the most ideal and economical size in terms of
freight rates, ship price, etc. This contract is valued at KRW 240 billion.
SSME has vigorously proceeded with R&D for eco-ship, including the
design of ship model and propeller optimized for greater fuel efficiency
and development of energy-saving devices with a focus on medium
and large-sized tankers and bulkers.
These vessels will adopt the design optimized for operations and ecofriendly G-type (Green Ultra long stroke) engine that can reduce fuel
consumption by more than 10%.
SSME has won orders worth USD 1.6 billion for 32 vessels so far this
year, establishing a leading position in the market for medium and
large-sized commercial vessels.
(AFRAMAX) 탱커라고도 불리는 선종이며, 총 수주 규모는
한화로 약 2,400억원이다.
성동조선해양은 중대형 탱커와 벌커를 중심으로 연료효율
을 높이기 위한 선형 및 추진기 최적화 설계와 에너지 절감
장치를 개발하는 등 에코십의 개발을 지속적으로 연구개발
하고 있다. 이 선박 또한 운항 목적에 최적화된 선형 설계와
성동조선해양, 친환경 탱커 4척 수주
친환경 G타입(Green Ultra long stroke) 엔진을 적용하여 10%
성동조선해양이 그리스의 선사로부터 115,000톤급 유조선 4척(옵션 2척 포함)의 건
이상의 연비 절감 효과를 갖추고 있다.
조계약을 체결했다고 지난 10월 6일 밝혔다. 이번에 수주한 선박은 운임, 선가 등
성동조선해양은 현재까지 32척, 16억 달러에 달하는 수주 계약
을 고려했을 때 가장 이상적이고 경제적인 사이즈라는 의미에서 아프라막스
을 체결하며 중대형 상선 시장에서 경쟁 우위를 확보하고 있다.
Rolls-Royce secures offshore service vessel design and
integrated systems package
Rolls-Royce has won a £ 7 million order to provide design, integrated
power and propulsion systems and equipment for an offshore service
vessel for Norwegian ship owner Island Offshore. The offshore service
vessel will be built at VARD shipyard in Brevik, Norway and is due for
delivery in January 2016.
In March this year Island Offshore placed an order for two Rolls-Royce
designed vessels, due for delivery in 2015 from the same shipyard.
The latest Rolls-Royce designed offshore support vessel will encompass an integrated power and propulsion system incorporating main
engines, reduction gears, controllable pitch propellers, bow and stern
thrusters, steering gears, deck machinery, dry bulk system and an
automation and control system.
“We are honoured and delighted to announce this contract, the fifth this
year with Island Offshore, and look forward to the continuation of a long
lasting relationship with both Island Offshore and the
VARD Group.” said, Jørn Heltne, Rolls-Royce, Senior
Vice President - Sales, Ship Design & Systems.
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SHI clinched orders for 3 units of 42,000 DWT
icebreaking oil tankers
clears the path for the oil tanker to follow in. The icebreaking oil tanker, a new-concept vessel, combines
the functions of oil tanker and icebreaking vessel,
drastically improving transportation efficiency.
An official from SHI said, “We are close to finalizing
negotiation on the contract for LNG carriers, ultralarge containership, offshore platforms, and anticipate additional order in October.”
The latest contract brings total value of order
placed at SHI to approximately USD 5.9 billion.
삼성중공업, 42,000 DWT급 쇄빙유조선 3
척 수주
삼성중공업은 유럽 선주사로부터 쇄빙유조선 3척을 4억
4000만 달러에 수주했다고 지난 10월 7일 밝혔다. 삼성중공
업은 지난 7월에도 다른 유럽 선사로부터 쇄빙유조선 3척을
VASILY DINKOV, the world’s first bi-directional icebreaking oil tanker
built by SHI in 2007
수주한 바 있다.
이번에 수주한 선박은 길이 249m, 폭 34m의 42,000 DWT급
쇄빙유조선으로, 러시아 야말 반도 인근의 노비포트(Novy
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) announced on October 7 that it won
an order worth USD 440 million from European ship owner for 3 icebreaking oil tankers. This is the second order which comes after SHI
booked 3 icebreaking oil tankers from different European ship owner
in July.
These vessels are the 42,000 DWT icebreaking oil tankers that measure 249m in length and 34m in width. After delivery, they will be
deployed on the route transporting the crude oil produced from Novy
Port oil field, adjacent to Yamal Peninsular in Russia, to Murmansk.
These icebreaking oil tankers are designed to navigate their ways
through the Arctic ice which is up to 1.4m thick at a speed of 3.5 knots
and withstand exposure to freezing temperatures of 45 degrees below
zero. In addition, these vessels are the Arc-7, highest specification of
ice class among the icebreaking commercial vessels ever ordered to
domestic shipyards to date.
SHI won orders for 3 units of the world’s first bi-directional icebreaking oil tankers from Sovcomflot of Russia in 2005 and delivered all
those 3 vessels in 2009, thus becoming the first domestic shipyard
that successfully carved out a spot in the icebreaking commercial
vessel market.
Usually, icebreaking vessel breaks its way through Arctic ice and
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Port) 유전에서 생산된 원유를 무르만스크(Murmansk)까지
운송하는 항로에 투입될 예정이다.
이 쇄빙유조선은 최대 두께 1.4m의 얼음을 깨고 시속 3.5노
트(knot)의 속도로 항해할 수 있으며, 영하 45도의 혹한에서
도 견딜 수 있도록 설계됐다. 또한 현재까지 국내 조선소가
수주한 쇄빙상선 가운데 최고 사양인 빙등급 'Arc(아크)-7'이
적용된다.
삼성중공업은 지난 2005년 러시아 소브콤플로트사로부터
세계 최초의 양방향 쇄빙유조선 3척을 수주해 2009년 3척
모두를 성공적으로 인도하며, 국내 조선업계 최초로 쇄빙상
선 시장을 개척했다.
통상, 극지방에서의 원유 운송은 쇄빙선이 앞에서 얼음을 깨
고 뱃길을 만들면 유조선이 뒤따라 가는 방식으로 이뤄져
왔는데, 쇄빙유조선은 두 종류의 선박을 하나로 결합함으로
써 운송 효율을 획기적으로 향상시킨 신개념 선박이다.
삼성중공업 관계자는 현재 LNG선과 초대형 컨테이너선, 해
양플랫폼 등의 수주 협상이 마무리 단계에 있다 면서 10월
중 추가 선박 수주가 기대된다 고 말했다.
한편 삼성중공업은 이번 수주를 포함해 현재까지 약 59억
달러의 수주실적을 기록하고 있다.
Wärtsilä’s industry leading gas handling systems
chosen for world’s largest ethane carriers
Six new 87,000 cubic metres capacity very large ethane carriers
(VLECs), being built at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) in South
Korea, will feature Wärtsilä gas handling systems. Wärtsilä is the market leader in cargo handling technology for gas carriers and has an
extensive reference base. The contract was signed in September.
There is an option for additional vessels within this series. Deliveries of
the Wärtsilä solutions will commence in 2016.
These vessels will be the biggest ethane carriers ever built, and represent a new generation of such vessels mainly transporting ethane as
feed stock to the petrochemical industry. The transportation of ethane
is a rapidly growing segment of the marine gas carrying business and
it is anticipated that the global VLEC fleet will increase significantly during the coming years. Wärtsilä’s leading position in gas handling systems is notably enhanced by this trend.
The VLECs are being built for the Reliance Group, India’s largest private sector enterprise. The group has businesses in the energy and
materials value chain, including petrochemicals. The new vessels will
carry ethane from American shale gas to India to be processed for
making plastic. Delivery of the ships will commence at the end of 2016
and is scheduled to be completed in early 2017.
Wärtsilä’s scope of supply represents a complete cargo handling
package for each ship. This includes the process and arrangement
engineering; the deck tank; all equipment related to
the cargo handling; and a purpose-built reliquefaction plant to handle the C-ethane from the
American shale gas.
“This is a valuable order and one that again
emphasises Wärtsilä’s competences and experience in gas handling systems. These state-of-theart ethane carriers require state-of-the-art gas handling systems. Our technology and know-how in
this field uniquely positions us to offer the most
appropriate solutions for VLEC’s, which is an application that is rapidly expanding,” said Timo
Koponen, Vice President, Flow and Gas Solutions,
Wärtsilä Ship Power.
Doosan Engine received an order for low-speed marine
engines fitted with SCR
Doosan Engine announced on October 6 that it inked a contract to
supply 8 low-speed engines fitted with low-temperature selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems for the 8 very large ethane carriers.
These engines were ordered by the India-based energy company
Reliance and will be installed in vessels to be built by Samsung Heavy
Industries (SHI). Thus, Doosan Engine has become the first company
to commercialize the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system.
The selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system that comes with main
engine is the world’s first eco-friendly facility developed by Doosan
Engine last year, eliminating more than 90% of nitrogen oxides from
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the exhaust gas discharged from engine.
SCR is an eco-friendly system that decomposes nitrogen oxides
(NOx) back to harmless water (H2O) and nitrogen (N2) through chemical reaction with the reducing agent in catalyst layer. The industry
expects that there will be a soaring demand – projected to be worth
billions of KRW – for nitrogen oxide reduction system retrofitted to
marine engine as the ‘Tier III (Air Pollution Control)’ of the International
Maritime Organization IMO) will take effect in 2016.
An official from Doosan Engine said, “It is encouraging that we
became the first company that has developed and commercialized
the world’s first selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system. Having
secured this order, we will be in an advantageous position in the market for eco-friendly marine engines.”
다. 이번에 수주한 엔진은 인도 에너지 기업인 릴라이언스가
발주하고 삼성중공업이 건조하는 선박으로, 두산엔진은 저
온 탈질설비의 첫 상용화라는 쾌거를 거뒀다.
메인 엔진과 함께 공급하는 저온 탈질설비는 지난 해 두산
엔진이 세계 최초로 개발한 친환경 설비로, 엔진에서 배출하
는 배기가스 내 질소산화물을 90% 이상 제거한다. SCR은
배기가스 내 질소산화물(NOx)을 촉매층에서 환원제와의 화
학적 반응을 통해 인체에 무해한 물(H2O)과 질소(N2)로 분해
한 후 배출시키는 친환경 장치이다.
2016년으로 예정된 국제해사기구(IMO)의 Tier III(대기오염방지
3차 규제) 발효에 따라 선박 엔진의 질소산화물 저감설비 수
요는 수조 원대로 성장할 것으로 업계는 예상하고 있다.
두산엔진 관계자는 우리가 세계 최초로 저온 탈질설비를 개
발한 데 이어 상용화에서도 최초로 결실을 봤다는 사실이
두산엔진, 저온 탈질 설비(SCR) 장착 선박용 저속엔진 수주
고무적이다. 이번 수주 실적을 통해 향후 친환경 선박엔진
두산엔진은 저온 탈질설비(SCR, Selective Catalytic Reduction)를 장착한 저속엔진 8
시장에서 유리한 고지를 선점하게 됐다 고 말했다.
기를 초대형 에탄운반선 8척에 공급하는 계약을 체결했다고 지난 10월 6일 밝혔
MAN Diesel & Turbo wins four two-stroke ME-GI
engines for two LNGCs
MAN Diesel & Turbo has received an order for four MAN B&W
5G70ME-GI engines in connection with Daewoo Shipbuilding &
Marine Engineering (DSME) agreeing a deal with the BW Group to
build two LNG carriers.
The technical engine specification complies with IMO Tier II, with
options to include remedies for Tier III compliance at a later stage. The
173,400 m3 vessels are scheduled for delivery in late 2017/early 2018
and will be built at DSME’s Okpo shipyard in Geoje, Korea. The deal
represents the second LNG ME-GI contract for DSME after a previous
order signed in 2012.
MAN Diesel & Turbo has successfully developed two main approaches to comply with these challenges: Selective Catalytic Reduction
(SCR), which involves the catalytically accelerated reaction of nitrogen
oxides with ammonia to form water and nitrogen, and Exhaust Gas
Recirculation (EGR), which works by recirculating a portion of an
engine's exhaust gas back to the engine cylinders.
The ME-GI engine represents the culmination of many years’ work and
gives shipowners and operators the option of utilising fuel or gas
depending on relative price and availability, as well as environmental
considerations. The ME-GI uses high-pressure gas injection that
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allows it to maintain the numerous positive attributes of MAN B&W low-speed engines that have
made them the default choice of the maritime community.
MAN Diesel & Turbo sees significant opportunities arising for gasfuelled tonnage as fuel prices rise and modern exhaust-emission limits
tighten. Indeed, research indicates that the ME-GI engine delivers significant reductions in CO2, NOx and SOx emissions. Furthermore, the
ME-GI engine’s negligible fuel slip makes it the
most environmentally friendly technology available.
As such, the ME-GI engine represents a highly efficient, flexible, propulsion-plant solution.
Kobel signed contract with Excelerate Energy to supply
cryogenic valves
Kobel recently received an order from the U.S.-based Excelerate
Energy for 170 sets of cryogenic control valves and cryogenic safety
valves necessary for regasfication vessel project. These valves will be
applied to the facility that Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
(DSME) is using to upgrade the 5 LNG carriers into LNG RVs.
Kobel has supplied cryogenic control valves to Greece-based Maran
Gas, cryogenic safety valves to U.S.-based Teekay, and high pressure
cryogenic safety valve (135 bar) for FSRU to Excelerate Energy. Kobel
has been acclaimed for its excellent manufacturing technology and
experiment using its cryogenic testing equipment. As a result, Kobel
was awarded a contract from Excelerate Energy to supply cryogenic
valve package: 900LBS 16” Double Ball Valve, Cryogenic Ball Valve,
Butterfly Valve, Safety Valve, Control Valve, etc.
Particularly, Kobel successfully localized 16 sets of cryogenic safety
valve (pilot type) for cargo tank of LNG carrier among the products covered by this contract. These valves are an important product for ensuring safety for cargo tanks of LNG carriers, and the market for these
valves has been dominated by overseas equipment manufacturers.
Kobel specializes in the production of control valves and safety valves
and has focused on localizing the equipment through relentless R&D
on high-priced special valves. Specifically, Kobel has successfully
localized the valves essential for marine and large-scale engines, thus
helping mitigate the cost burden of domestic engine manufacturers. In
addition, Kobel is speeding up development of valves necessary for
nuclear industry and oil field development through certifications such
as KEPIC, API 6D/6A, and CE.
티케이(Teekay)사에 초저온 안전밸브, 엑셀레이트 에너지사
에 FSRU에 필요한 고압용 초저온 안전밸브(135 bar)를 각각
공급했으며, 여기서 자체 보유한 초저온 테스트 장비를 통한
실험 및 제조기술에 대해 우수한 평가를 받아왔다.
그 결과로 코밸은 이번에 엑셀러레이트 에너지사로부터 초
저온 밸브 패키지 - 900LBS 16 Double Ball Valve, Cryogenic
Ball Valve, Butterfly Valve, Safety Valve, Control Valve 등 - 공
급계약을 체결하게 됐다.
특히 코밸은 이번 계약에 포함된 제품 중 LNG선 카고 탱크
용 초저온 안전밸브(pilot 타입) 16세트를 국산화하는 데 성
공했다. 이 밸브는 LNG선 카고 탱크의 최종 안전을 책임지
는 중요 제품으로 그 동안 해외기자재업체가 독점해왔던
분야이다.
코밸은 컨트롤 밸브 및 안전밸브를 전문 생산하는 업체로
코밸, 엑셀러레이트 에너지사와 초저온 밸브 수주 계약
서 고가의 특수 밸브 연구개발을 통해 기자재 국산화에 앞
코밸이 최근 미국에 본사를 둔 엑셀러레이트 에너지(Excelerate Energy)사로부터
장서고 있다. 현재 선박용 및 대형 엔진에 필요한 밸브들의
재기화 선박(Regasfication Vessel) 프로젝트에 필요한 초저온 컨트롤 밸브 및 초저
국산화에 성공함으로써 국내 엔진업체의 원가절감에 기여
온 안전밸브 170 세트를 수주하는데 성공했다. 이들 밸브는 대우조선해양에서 건
하고 있다. 또한 KEPIC, API 6D/6A, CE 등 인증을 통하여
조 중인 LNG선 5척을 LNG RV로 업그레이드하는 설비에 적용된다.
원자력 산업 및 유전개발에 필요한 밸브 개발에도 박차를
코밸은 그 동안 그리스의 마란 가스(Maran Gas)사에 초저온 컨트롤 밸브, 미국의
가하고 있다.
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New Orders
Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering received orders for
3 units of eco-friendly 1,800 TEU containerships
Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering announced on October 10 that it
won an order from DONG-A Tanker for 2 units of eco-friendly 1,800
TEU containerships and another order from HEUNG-A Shipping for 1
vessel of the same kind.
Importantly, Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering clinched this order in
collaboration with Export-Import Bank of Korea (Korea Eximbank) in
the sluggish newbuilding market. Korea Eximbank plans to provide
ship financing to the 3 vessels that were contracted this time. These
vessels, dubbed ‘Bangkok Max’, has a shape optimized for maneuvering into Bangkok Port and excellent fuel efficiency, which can maximize efficiency of ship owners’ operations on the Far East Asian and
South East Asian shipping routes.
Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering has accumulated the experience
and technological capabilities while building 100 feeder containerships thus far. Using the recent contracts as springboard, Daesun
Shipbuilding & Engineering plans to advance into the markets for vessel with a capacity of 1,000 TEU or higher.
Once the vessels recently added to its orderbook are successfully delivered
and prove high quality and efficiency, Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering
will have even greater chance to obtain more newbuilding orders.
Meanwhile, Daesun Shipbuilding & Engineering has won orders for 17
vessels so far this year.
대선조선의 이번 수주는 침체된 신조선 시장에서 수출입은
행과의 협업을 통해 이뤄낸 성과라는 점에서 의미가 크다.
수출입은행은 계약된 선박 3척에 대해 선박금융을 제공할
예정이다.
방콕막스로도 불리고 있는 이들 선박은 방콕항 입항을 위해
최적화된 선형으로 뛰어난 연료효율을 바탕으로 극동 및 동
남아시아 지역을 운항하는 선주사의 효율 극대화에 기여할
수 있을 것으로 전망된다.
대선조선은 그 동안 100척이 넘는 피더컨테이너선을 인도하
며 경험과 기술력을 축적해왔다. 이번 수주를 계기로 기존
주력 선종인 1,000 TEU급 뿐 아니라 이보다 더 큰 선형의 시
장 진출에 박차를 가할 계획이다.
대선조선, 친환경 1,800 TEU급 컨테이너선 3척 수주
대선조선은 이번에 수주한 선박의 성공적인 인도로 품질과
대선조선은 동아탱커로부터 1,800 TEU급 친환경 컨테이너선 2척과 흥아해운으로
효율성이 입증되면 더 많은 수주기회를 확보할 수 있을 것
부터 1척을 각각 수주했다고 지난 10월 10일 밝혔다. 이들 선박의 인도 시기는 2016
으로 기대하고 있다.
년이다.
한편 대선조선은 올해 들어 총 17척의 선박을 수주했다.
SHI secured an order for 3 LNG carriers transporting
the shale gas
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) announced on October 13 that it
secured an order worth approximately USD 620 million from an Asian
ship owner for 3 LNG carriers.
These vessels, the high-performance and high-efficiency eco-ship
model featuring dual fuel engine, increased operating efficiency and
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reduced exhaust gas emissions compared to existing LNG carriers. These LNG carriers are 174,000
m3 class and scheduled for delivery by 2018. After
delivery, these vessels will be deployed on the
route transporting the U.S. shale gas to Asia.
Currently, the U.S. shale gas export projects, such as Sabine Pass,
Cameron, Freeport, and Cove Point projects, were given the green
light by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). About 90
vessels will be needed to accommodate transportation of LNG from
those projects, out of which 60 vessels have yet to be ordered, thus
making room for additional orders for LNG carriers for the time being.
In addition to the 4 projects that received the approval of exports, 14
shale gas projects are awaiting the green light from FERC. The LNG
development projects are also underway in Australia and East African
countries such as Mozambique and Tanzania.
An official from SHI said, “More than 30 LNG carriers are expected to
be ordered each year, given the steady increase in LNG exports from
the United States, Australia, and East African countries. As we have
captured the world’s largest share in LNG carrier market, we will be
better positioned to win new orders.”
The latest contract brings the value of orders placed at SHI to approximately USD 6.5 billion.
프리포트(Freeport), 코브 포인트(Cove Point) 프로젝트 등이
미국연방에너지규제위원회(FERC)의 수출 승인을 얻은 상태
이다. 이 프로젝트들의 LNG 운송에 필요한 선박은 90여척.
이 중 60여척은 아직 발주가 이뤄지지 않았다. 따라서 당분
간 LNG선 발주가 이어질 전망이다.
또한, 수출 승인을 받은 4개의 프로젝트 외에도 14개 셰일가
스 프로젝트가 FERC의 인가를 기다리고 있는 상황이다. 호
주와 모잠비크, 탄자니아 등 동아프리가 지역의 LNG 개발도
삼성중공업, 셰일가스 운반용 LNG선 3척 수주
진행되고 있다.
삼성중공업은 아시아 지역 선주로부터 LNG선 3척을 약 6억 2000만 달러에 수주
삼성중공업 관계자는 미국과 호주, 동아프리카 등지의 LNG
했다고 지난 10월 13일 밝혔다. 이 LNG선은 이중연료(Dual Fuel) 엔진을 탑재한 최
수출이 확대되면서 연간 30척 이상의 LNG선이 꾸준히 발주
신 에코(Eco) 사양으로 기존의 LNG선 보다 운항 효율이 높고, 배기가스 배출량 저
될 것으로 전망된다 면서 LNG선 시장에서 세계 1위의 점유
감도 가능한 고성능/고효율 친환경 LNG선이다.
율을 기록하고 있는 만큼 앞으로 전개될 수주전에서 앞서
이번에 수주한 LNG선은 17만 4000㎥급으로 2018년에 인도되어, 미국의 셰일가스
나갈 수 있을 것 이라고 말했다.
수출 물량을 아시아로 운송하는 노선에 투입될 예정이다.
한편, 삼성중공업은 이번 수주를 포함해 현재까지 약 65억
현재 미국의 셰일가스 수출 프로젝트는 사빈패스(Sabine Pass), 카메론(Cameron),
달러의 수주 실적을 기록하고 있다.
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The Shipbuilding Marketshare
Domestic shipyards outperformed
Chinese rivals in terms of new orders for
two consecutive months of July and
August. It comes about one year after
Korea surpassed China for two months in
a row in March and April in terms of
monthly new orders.
According to the data published by
Clarkson, new orders at domestic
shipyards stood at 509,051 CGT with 20
vessels in August alone while new orders
at Chinese shipyards and Japanese
shipyards stood at 314,059 CGT and
90,599 CGT, respectively, in the same
period. Meanwhile, domestic shipyards
carved out 44.5% share in global
shipbuilding market last month, a 1.5%
point increase from the previous month.
By contrast, Chinese shipyards’ share in
world new orders slid to 20% in 16 months
CGT (1,000) OCT.2014 standards, (furnish data : Clarkson)
and Japanese shipyards garnered only
single-digit share for two consecutive
months. New orders at domestic shipyards fell sharply compared to the corresponding period of the previous year (2,106,857
CGT with 50 vessels) and last month (1,399,378 CGT, 33 vessels), although domestic shipyards surpassed Chinese and
Japanese rivals in terms of new orders.
The sharp decline in new orders at domestic shipyards is attributed to the fact that new order placement worldwide has
plummeted last month to an all-time low in 5 years after September 2009 when new order
placement took a nosedive in the aftermath of global financial crisis.
Here, we take a close look at the performance of major
domestic shipyards, the world's leading players with
strong growth in new orders as shown
currently in the Clarkson data, such as
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI),
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine
Engineering (DSME), Samsung
Heavy Industries (SHI) and
others based on the order
backlog data.
Photo: Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.
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2012
2011
Drillship
offshore platform (Top side)
Dec
1 unit
1 vessel
1 vessel
4 vessels
Drillship
LNG-FSRU
1 vessel
Drillship
1 vessel
1 vessel
Drillship
8 vessels
Drillship
1 unit
1 vessel
LNG-FSRU
Gas Compression Platform
Drillship
1 unit
LNG-FPSO
Drillship
1 unit
1 vessel
Drillship
Semi-submersible drilling rig
2 units
1 vessel
Semi-submersible Drilling Rig
1 vessel
Drillship
1 unit
1 unit
Offshore Platform
-
1 unit
FPSO
LNG-FSRU
Nov
Oct
Sep
Aug
Jul
Jun
May
Apr
Mar
Feb
Semi-submersible rig
-
Jan
-
CPF (Central Processing Facility)
Dec
2 units
4 units
Platform Supply Vessel
Offshore facilities (Gas platform
and various facilities)
2 units
Offshore Plant Module
Pipe Laying Support Vessel
1 unit
Platform Supply Vessel
1 unit
Nov
Oct
Drillship
-
1 vessel
Fixed Offshore Platform
2 vessels
Well Intervention Vessel
Drillship
2 units
Semi-submersible Rig
Sep
1 vessel
LNG-FSRU
2 vessels
Drillship
Number of vessel
Jul
Type
Aug
Data
USD 1.77 billion
USD 700 million
USD 270 million
USD 560 million
USD 2.06 billion
USD 623 million
USD 620 million
-
USD 420 million
USD 645 million
-
USD 700 million
USD 655 million
USD 600 million
USD 1.1 billion
USD 645 million
USD 2.0 billion
USD 560 million
-
USD 620 million
KRW 2.6 trillion
USD 900 million
USD 500 million
KRW 2 trillion
-
-
USD 550 million
USD 1.4 billion
KRW 600 billion
USD 420 million
USD 1.1 billion
USD 280 million
USD 1.1225 billion
Amount
-
Statoil, Norway
-
Hoegh LNG, Norway
Atwood Oceanics, U.S.A
Transocean, U.S.A
Rowan, U.S.A
Excelerate, U.S.A
(Letter of Award)
Ensco plc
Petroliam Nasional Berhad, Malaysia
Fred Olsen Energy, Norway
Diamond Offshore Drilling Limited., U.S.A
Seadrill, Norway
Songa Offshore, Norway
Ensco plc
INPEX, Australia
DONG E&P A/S, Danish
Hoegh, Norway
Odfjell, Norway
INPEX, Australia
Major multinational oil companies
Odebrecht, Brazil
Island Offshore, Norway
-
Troms Offshore Supply AS, Norway
Offshore drilling company, Americas
Chevron, U.S.A
Noble Drilling, U.S.A
Eide Marine Services AS, Norway
Songa Offshore, Norway
Excelerate Energy, U.S.A
Maersk, Denmark
Ship owner
Offshore plant orders awarded to domestic shipyards in 2011-2014
-
-
-
The end of 2016
2nd half of 2015
First half of 2015
-
One-by-one from mid 2015
First half of 2015
Between early 2015~2017
Second half of 2015
June 2015
March 2015
4th quarter of 2014
Second half of 2014
Mid 2015
Third quarter 2014
April 2016
April 2015
by mid 2014
4th quarter of 2015
2nd half of 2014
August of 2014
Consecutively from the 3rd quarter
From 2013 to 2014
First half of 2013
-
Second half of 2014
Second half of 2014
2013
Second hallf of 2014
First quarter of 2014
July 2014
Delivery
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
STX Offshore & Shipbuilding
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
of 2013 to the 1st quarter of 2014
STX OSV
STX OSV
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Hyundai Heavy Industries
STX Finland
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Shipyard
Offshore Plant Orders
1 unit
1 unit
July
1 unit
2 units
4 units
Fixed offshore platform
2 vessels
Central Processing Platform
LNG-FPSO
1 unit
LNG-FSRU
Drillship
1 unit
Apr
1 unit
LNG-FSRU
1 vessel
LNG-FSRU
Drillship
2 vessels
Jack-up Rig
Drillship
1 unit
1 unit
Drillship
Ultra-deepwater Drillship
1 unit
Ultra-deepwater Drillship
1 vessel
2 units
Ultra-deepwater Drillship
Semi-Submersible Rig
2 units
Jack-up Rig
Feb
Dec
Oct
Sep
Jul
1 unit
FPSO
1 unit
Ultra-deepwater Drillship
Jun
1 unit
Semi-Submersible Drilling Rig
May
1 unit
FPSO
1 unit
1 unit
Floating Production Unit (FPU)
Tension Leg Platform (TLP)
1 vessel
USD 1.94 billion
USD 700 million
USD 1.29 billion
USD 1.45 billion
-
-
-
USD 520 million
USD 1.24 billion
USD 530 million
USD 600 million
USD 550 million
USD 570 million
USD 718 million
USD 600 million
USD 1.3 billion
USD 3.0 billion
USD 515 million
USD 750 million
USD 1.9 billion
USD 700 million
USD 1.3 billion
-
USD 1.1 billion
ADMA-OPCO, UAE
Hess E&P Malaysia, Malaysia
Oceania
Petroliam Nasional Berhad, Malaysia
Mitsui OSK Line, Japan
BW Maritime, Singapore
Gas Sayago (Joint venture)
Transocean, U.S.A
-
Maersk Drilling, Denmark
Ocean Rig, Greece
-
Atwood Oceanics, U.S.A
Stena, Sweden
Seadrill, Norway
Statoil, Norway
Nigeria
Ensco, United Kingdom
Diamond Offshore, U.S.A
Chevron, U.S.A
Total, France
Total, France
BW Maritime, Singapore
Statoil, Norway
-
The end of 2019
The end of 2016
First half of 2017
2018
The middle of 2016
Early 2016
Sep of 2016
The middle of 2016
Second half of 2015
The middle of 2016
Dec of 2015
Dec of 2015
The end of 2015
First half of 2016
Second half of 2015
-
Second half of 2017
Third quarter of 2015
Nov of 2015
First half of 2015
First half of 2016
2015
Mar 2016
*Note : Based on the press release and public announcements of each shipyards, internal estimation of Monthly KORSHIP (estimation until Oct 15, 2014)
2014
2013
Gas Production Platform (topside)
LNG-FSRU
Apr
Mar
Jan
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering
Samsung Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
Samsung Heavy Industries
Hyundai Heavy Industries
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- The offshore development showing flickers of life
As the world is showing a heightened interest in offshore
energy development, the offshore plant sector has been
recognized as the ‘goose laying golden eggs’. For several
years, the offshore (deepwater) drilling activities have been
actively carried out to an unprecedented degree worldwide.
Global major oil & gas companies are shifting the focus of
development projects from onshore to offshore (floating)
based on productivity and drilling technology advancement.
At the time, Korean shipbuilding industry became synonymous with the world’s first technology and world’ largest
scale, opening up a bright future. However, the global off-
The Discoverer Enterprise of Transocean is the world first Ultra
deepwater drillship, bult by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine
Engineering (DSME).
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shore plant market has seen sharp reduction in investment
amid the decline in oil prices this year. In addition, the global
offshore plant market faces worse situation with the influx of
new competitors attempting to snatch new orders. That is
sometimes likened to bubbles, but there is still a live coal in
the ash from the perspective of potential value of marine
resources. The offshore plant sector is still showing flickers of
life as numerous offshore plant facilities which incorporate
the excellent technology and cohesive force of Korean shipbuilding industry are producing oil and gas in all 5 great
Oceans.
‘USAN FPSO’, built by Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) in
November, 2010.
Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) and wind park (Source: GL Group).
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(STXOS)’s OSV vessel OSCV
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G-FSRU built and delivered by DSME is supplying the natural
gas from the sea off the coast of Brazil.
Bird’s eye view of the Goliath FPSO of HHI.
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‘Pazflor FPSO’, built by DSME.
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Maersk Drilling has four
ultra-deepwater drillships
under construction. The
Deepwater Advanced I and
II will enter the Gulf in 2014
under contracts with
ExxonMobil and
ConocoPhillips/Marathon.
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New LNG powered Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) for the
Norwegian operator Rem Offshore. The vessel will be built at the
Kleven Verft yard in Norway.
Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) by STXOS.
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Direct Acting Solenoid Valve 70 series
Midland-ACS / YTEC Co., Ltd.
New
Product
Midland-ACS has been known internationally as one
of the oil & gas industries premier designers and manufacturers of 316L Stainless Steel control equipment.
Midland-ACS’s 70 series is a new generation 316
Stainless Steel direct-acting 3/2 solenoid valve primarily designed for actuator control. The valve offers maximum internal and external protection from liquid and
gases, for use in hazardous environments. The valve
has a wide pressure range and no minimum operating
pressure differential, along with a variety of functionnormally closed, normally open and universal positions. The standard ambient temperature of valve from
-20 C to 60 C and customer can choose lower temperature which is from -50 C to 60 C for optional.
Valve Features
- ATEX 94/9/EC
- SIL 3 Certified
- Easy Installation, Repair and Replacement
- High flow - 1.4 Cv
- Low Power Consumption - 3.5 Watts
- Ambient Temperature Range -20°C to +60°C (T4) / -4°F to +140°F / T6- +80°C;
Optional -50°C to 60°C (T6) / -58°F to 140°F / T6-+80°C
- Function - 3/2, 2/2 and universal
- 316 Stainless Steel Construction
- Protection Class (Std) - Exd IIC T6
- 20 Bar Max Operating Pressure
- Coil Insulation - Class H
- Ingress Protection IP67
- Available as part of a manifold solution
-TEL: +82-31-777-8200
-http://www.ytec.net
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On Land and at sea with highperformance plastics
igus® Inc.
igus presented their comprehensive offerings for the shipbuilding industry: light and stable energy chains, Germanischer
Lloyd-certified cables, and corrosion-resistant sliding, spherical, and slewing ring bearings on a multitude of moving
applications – on ship, crane or shipyard, above and below
the water surface.
Certified Safety: chainflex wires with GL-Seal
Ships and offshore sites are based on their areas of operation on fail-safe design and depend on low maintenance
energy cables and integrated supply cables. The classification society Germanischer Lloyd (GL), therefore, has developed special audit standards for maritime applications, guaranteed dependability and unnecessary, expensive special
approval. Altogether 348 cables from the chainflex program
for energy chains already carry the GL-Quality Seal.
They are thereby the first worldwide cables in e-chains that
comply with this audit standard and assure an especially
high life expectancy for dynamic applications. All of the certified cables are in accordance with the requirements of the
ship-approval authorities and are delivered from stock, and
available parts are deliverable within 48 hours.
e-chain E4.350 and Rotary Modules: field-tested on
the high seas
In practice, E4.350 has already been proven and tested. On
the ship “Seven Waves,” the placement arm of the “Pipe-LayTower” is performed by the output of the pipeline’s severe
services. In the application, the additional load lifts from 120
kg/m. Generally the additional load of the E4.350 is covered
from 600 kg/m and is therefore significantly lighter than steel.
Also workboats with deep-sea cranes are already successfully equipped with it. Likewise the space-saving installations
of the multi-rotary modules are reliably tested. In the North
Sea, on the “Innovation,” an installation ship is arranged for
wind farms, a two-tier rotary module for the rotation angle
from a maximum of 900 degrees.
- TEL : +82-32-821-2911
- http://www.igus.kr
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Smaller and Tougher 802.11n WLAN
Solution
New
Product
MOXA
MOXA is pleased to announce the release of the
AWK-1131A, a new 802.11n wireless AP/client that
features a smaller housing with advanced protection
technology, making continuous wireless connections a reality for your industrial applications. The
new AWK-1131A is designed with galvanic isolation
technology to protect devices from the electrical disturbances commonly found in industrial environments. In addition, it supports 802.11n MIMO technology to reduce multipath effects and increase
data rates up to 300 Mbps for bandwidth-hungry
applications, and features millisecond-level roaming
to minimize packet loss for seamless connections
with mobile applications.
The new AWK-1131A series features 802.11n technology, which is perfect for video surveillance applications that require up to a 300 Mbps data rate and
Gigabit wired transmissions. With the release of the
AWK-1131A, MOXA now offers a comprehensive
portfolio with both single-radio and dual-radio IEEE
802.11n industrial wireless solutions for the bandwidth-hungry systems found in industrial applications.
Features
- Advanced EMS protection against electromagnetic interference
- Galvanic isolation technology on all interfaces for device reliability and longevity
- 802.11n MIMO technology reduces multipath effects and increases data rates up to 300
- MOXA client-based Turbo Roaming with millisecond level roaming capability
-TEL: +886-2-8919-1230
-http://www.moxa.com
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New filter option gives Alfa Laval
PureBallast 3.0 unrivalled performance
Alfa Laval
Alfa Laval has released an alternative filter option for
PureBallast 3.0. The compact new Filtrex filter lets the system
operate in fresh, brackish and marine waters with a UV transmittance as low as 42%.
With the launch of Alfa Laval PureBallast 3.0 in 2013, Alfa
Laval set new standards for the energy efficiency, compactness and flexibility of its chemical-free ballast water treatment
system. Earlier this year, installation flexibility was further
enhanced by a third reactor size of 600 m3/h. Now the addition of a Filtrex filter option has increased operating flexibility
as well.
“Alfa Laval PureBallast 3.0, equipped with the Filtrex premium filter, has been tested and approved for use in very challenging water,” said Alfa Laval’s Peter Sahlén, R&D Manager,
PureBallast. “It can operate at full flow down to a UV transmittance of 42%, which provides a high margin of security for
vessels that operate globally.”
Confident operation worldwide
With the new Filtrex filter option, PureBallast 3.0 offers customers high performance under almost any conditions, anywhere in the world. The system can operate in fresh, brackish or marine waters of any temperature, and even in areas
with very poor water quality.
Equally compact installation
The choice of a Filtrex filter gives PureBallast 3.0 customers
additional operating benefits, yet it has no physical trade-offs.
The filter design is compact, requiring only a very small footprint. Regardless whether a Filtrex filter or a standard Hydac
filter is selected, PureBallast 3.0 is easy to install where
space is constrained.
-TEL: +82-2-3406-0600
-http://www.alfalaval.com/marine
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BMEA (Busan Marine Equipment Association)
Member List
ANSWER CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.answerclear.com
Main Products : CO2 Extinguishing Sys. External Fire Fighting
Sys.
TEL : +82-51-831-3691
BANDO MARINE.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.bando.info
Main Products : Life Boat
TEL : +82-51-831-1950
BERM YOUNG VALVE.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.byvalve.com
Main Products : Quick Closing Valve, Ball Valve, Bellows, Beal
Valve
TEL : +82-51-311-2511
B-I INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu, Busan
Homepage Add : www.b-i.co.kr
Main Products : Fire & gas detection system, smoke, heat &
flame detector.
TEL : +82-51-441-5670
BMT CO., LTD.
Head Office : Yangsan Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.superlok.com/
Main Products : Fitting & Valve, Vacuum Clamp
TEL : +82-55-783-1000
BO KYOUNG IND., CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : O-ring, Sealing, Gasket
TEL : +82-51-831-4615
BOKYUNGTL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Rudder Body, Winch, Crane
TEL : +82-51-832-0801
BO MYUNG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Copper Tube & Pipe, Cupro-Nikel Pipe, Copper
Fitting
TEL : +82-51-266-4101
BOYANG HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.byhd.co.kr
Main Products : Stairway Body, Ladder, Hardware
TEL : +82-55-345-1951
BUSAN INDUSTRY CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Powder Coating
TEL : +82-51-831-4810
BUSUNG PLANT CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cargo Reducer Piece
TEL : +82-51-831-1784
CEPHAS PIPELINES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Butterfly Valve
TEL : +82-51-263-3661
CHK CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
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Homepage Add. : www.chkj.co.kr
Main Products : Telephone Booth, Work Shop, Cable Box,
Spare Box
TEL : +82-51-831-9500
CHWANG HYEOP INSTRUMENTS.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.chkj.co.kr
Main Products : Telephone Booth, Work Shop, Cable Box, Spare Box
TEL : +82-51-831-3607
CHANG WON ENVIRONMENT IND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.seaclean.kr
Main Products : Sewage Tredtment Plant
TEL : +82-55-342-5545
CMR KOREA CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kumjung-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.cmkkorea.com
Main Products : Temperature & Press Sensor, Alarm Monitoring Sys.
TEL : +82-51-521-2883
DAECHANG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Main Bearing support, Chain Wheel, Gear Wheel
TEL : +82-51-264-0831
DAE-DONG ENTEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.ddentec.com/
Main Products : Air Cooler, Oil Cooler, Oil Tank, Air Tank, Oil Heater
TEL : +82-51-832-1123
DAE HAN HEAT ELECTRIC MACHINERY
IND.,CO.
Head Office : Kijang-kun Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : CO2 Welder, DC Tig, Welder, AC ARC Welder
TEL : +82-51-724-6777
DAEHEUNG IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.daeheungind.kr/kr/
Main Products : Forged Flanges, Nozzel & Forged Neck, Forged
Items for ship
TEL : +82-51-831-6635
AQ TECK CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Flower Meter, Viscometer, Control Valve
TEL : +82-51-831-3720
DAEHWA TECHNICAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Shot & Blast, Painting, Painting’s Manufacture
TEL : +82-55-329-5705
DAEJUNG SPECIAL STEEL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Winch, Shaft, Gear Cluch
TEL : +82-51-831-1133
DAEKYUNG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dkhoist.com
Main Products : Chain Block, Lever Block Trelley
TEL : +82-51-264-6611
DAERIM MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dae-rim.kr
Main Products : Head, Air Receiver Tank, Pressure Vessel, Reactor
TEL : +82-51-831-1456
DAESAN ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.daesan-eng.com
Main Products : E/R Package unit, Pipe Group Unit
TEL : +82-51-831-0090
DAE SEONG MARINE TEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.ds-frp.com/
Main Products : Pipe Insulation System, FRP Weather Door
TEL : +82-51-832-2071
DAESUNG IND CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : VENT SYS, OIL TANK, Out Fitting
TEL : +82-51-831-7427
DAE WON HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.daewonindustry.co.kr/
Main Products : Deck Machinery, Deck Equipments, OffShore
TEL : +82-51-831-5215
DAEWON METAL IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.galvanizing.co.kr/
Main Products : Hot Dip Galvanizing, Pipe for Shipbuilding
TEL : +82-51-831-2541
DAEYANG ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.daeyang.co.kr
Main Products : Precision Instrument
TEL : +82-51-200-5331
DAEYANG INSTRUMENT CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.daeyang.co.kr
Main Products : Precision Instrument
TEL : +82-51-200-5331
DAEYANG SP CO., LTD.
Head Office : Yangsan Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Welding machine
TEL : +82-55-388-3800
DA HEUNG ENG. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Marine valves
TEL : +82-51-311-1882
DAOM METAL.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Sus plate, Flange, Pipe sleeve
TEL : +82-51-315-1347
DEAIL MACHINERY.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Piston Rod, Cross headpin, Propeller Shaft
TEL : +82-51-832-1119
DECKWIN CO., LTD.
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.deckwin.com
Main Products : Winch
TEL : +82-51-413-1193
DH-M CO., LTD.
Head Office : Seo-gu Incheon
Homepage Add. : www.dhm.co.kr
Main Products : High Pressure Blower, High Pressure Washer
TEL : +82-32-527-5782
DHP ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Dongnae-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dhpeng.com
Main Products : Plate Type heat Exchanger, Disk & Shell type
heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-556-4200
DINES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Provision Crane, Tilting Radar Post
TEL : +82-51-971-0972
DK INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dk-ind.com/
Main Products : Silencer, Fire Damper, Lashing Bridge, Rudder
TEL : +82-51-832-1436
DK TECH CORPORATION CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.dklok.com
Main Products : Instrument TuBe Fitting, Instrument Valve
TEL : +82-55-338-0114
DNP CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dnpco.kr
Main Products : Fire & Gas Damper, Galley Equipment, AL,
Steel Furniture
TEL : +82-51-831-4551
DOLIM PRECISION.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cross Head Pin, Main Journal, Crank Shaft
TEL : +82-51-831-8861
DONG-A VALVE IND.
Main Products : Rescue Boat Davit & Winch, Assembly, Line
Hauler
TEL : +82-51-200-1211
DONGKYUNG INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dki21.co.kr
Main Products : Reducer, Gear
TEL : +82-51-832-1602
DONG NAM ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dongnam-eng.com
Main Products : Electric Control Panel
TEL : +82-51-204-3984
DONGNAM PRECISION IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Multi Core Tube, Sus Cable Tray & Cover, LNG
Line Out Fitting
TEL : +82-51-831-3500
DONG SUNG HIGHTECH.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Ball Valve
TEL : +82-51-314-2610
DONGHWA ENTEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dh.co.kr
Main Products : E/R Heater & Cooler, Copt, Condenser, Plate
Heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-970-1000
DONGHWA M&E CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu, Busan
Homepage Add. : www.donghwame.com
Main Products : Heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-971-3455
DONGHWA PNEUTEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Air Comfressor, Cylinder, Cylinder, Head, Piston
TEL : +82-51-974-4800
DONGIL SHIPYARD CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :www.dongilshipyard.co.kr
GEORIM ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kangrim.com
Main Products : Marine Indutrial Boiler, Exhaust Gas Boiler
TEL : +82-51-831-2929
GISUNG ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Air Reserovir, Heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-831-4475
G.S HIGH-TECHER CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Compresed Centellen Board, Metal Inserting
Gasket
TEL : +82-51-831-6505
DONGYANG HYDTEC CO., LTD.
DONGYANG METAL CO., LTD.
DONG HUN ENTERPRISE CO.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Deck Machinery Part, Hose Handling Crane
TEL : +82-51-264-3315
DONGYANG G.T.S.
DONGBANG SHIP MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dhintec.co.kr
Main Products : Sleeve, Scupper, Suction Bell Mouth
TEL : +82-51-831-2565
GEO MAEK SHOT&PAINT CO.,LTD.
G. M. TEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Marine Offshore valve, Strainer
TEL : _+82-51-831-1500
DONGHAE INTEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.thefriend.co.kr
Main Products : Marine Cable Tray, Mud Box, Strainer
TEL : +82-51-831-9456
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dshitech.com
Main Products : Shutter Grill, P-Chamber, Diffuser, Frie Damper,
Volume Damper
TEL : +82-51-831-9561
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dongyang-hyd.com
Main Products : Rudder & propeller Truck, Block lifter, Gripper
Jack System
TEL : +82-51-831-6185
Head Office : Jinhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.dongbangsm.co.kr
Main Products : General Steel Poping, Framo & Hydro Piping,
Module Unit
TEL : +82-55-545-0882
FRIEND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dy-metal.co.kr
Main Products : Swing bolt a’ ssy, Fittings
TEL : +82-51-814-5157
DONGYOUNG ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dyelectric.com
Main Products : Main Switchboard, Emergency Switchboard
TEL : +82-51-261-9800
DSB ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dseng.com
Main Products : Totally Enclosed, Lifeboat, Herged Qrarity Davit
TEL : +82-51-412-5937
DSE BEARING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dsebearing.com
Main Products : Metal Bearing
TEL : +82-51-831-2046
DSK CO., LTD.
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dskworld.com
Main Products : Piston Crown
TEL : +82-51-417-7800
DUYOUNG INDUSTRIAL MACHINES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Plate-Baffle
TEL : +82-51-831-2477
EM SYSTEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.emsystec.com
Main Products : Marine Switch Board, Control Console
TEL : +82-51-302-8761
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.igmtec.com
Main Products : Duct Equip’t Seat Support
TEL : +82-51-831-5851
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.gshightecher.koreasme.com
Main Products : Air Vent Head, Pipe Coupling
TEL : +82-51-832-0456
G&S PRECISION IND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cable Tray, Vent, Hull Outffittings
TEL : +82-51-831-0849
HAE DONG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hdanode.com
Main Products : Zinc Anode, Al Anode
TEL : +82-51-831-3751
HAE DUK RUDDER & R.STOCK CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.rudders.co.kr
Main Products : Rudder & R.Stock, Rudder Horn, Rudder Carrier
TEL : +82-51-831-0101
HAE SUNG INDUSTRIAL.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hsjs.co.kr/
Main Products : Cable Tray, Cable Way Fitting, Cable Coaming
TEL : +82-51-264-8103
HAEWON INDUSTRIES CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : P/Crown, P/Skirt
TEL : +82-51-831-4600
HAEWON IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.heawon.net
Main Products : Copper, Copper-Nickel, Monel Fitting & Flanges
TEL : +82-51-312-2161
HAEYANG FAMILY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : F.P Propeller, C.P Propeller, Propeller Shaft
TEL : +82-51-831-3550
HAEYANG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : F.P Propeller, C.P Propeller, Propeller Shaft
TEL : +82-51-831-4591
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HAEYANG PROPELLER CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Marine Propeller
TEL : +82-51-831-4599
HANCHANG TRANS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hctr.co.kr
Main Products : Pole Mounted Transformer, Pad Mounted
Transformer
TEL : +82-51-831-3470
HANJULEVEL.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hanjulevel.co.kr
Main Products : Level instrument Etc, Vapour Emision Control
Sys.
TEL : +82-51-303-0537
HANLA IMS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hanlalevel.co.kr
Main Products : Cargo Tank Monitoring Sys. Tank Remote
Sounding Sys.
TEL : +82-51-601-3019
HANLA IND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Oil Filter unit, Gas Blower
TEL : +82-51-264-2201
HANMAUM KI-GONG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hankg.co.kr
Main Products : Air Cooler Housing, Oil Cooler Housing
TEL : +82-51-831-5211
HEARTMAN CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.heartman.co.kr
Main Products : Nozzle Tip, Plunger Ass’y, Fuel Injection V/V
TEL : +82-51-262-8869
H.M.E.
Head Office : Kijang-kun Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hyomyungeng.com
Main Products : Battery Charger, Light Signal Column
TEL : +82-51-709-9000
HOSEUNG ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hoseung.koreasme.com
Main Products : Tand Package Unit, Pump Package Unit, Cooler
Package Unit
TEL : +82-51-831-2233
HWAJIN ENTERPRISE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hwa-jin.com
Main Products : Control Box, Gauge Board System
TEL : +82-512-831-9447
HWAJIN PF CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hwajinpf.com
Main Products : Butt-Welding Pipe, Fittings Carbon Steel
TEL : +82-51-204-3001
HWA SHIN PRECISION CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Life Boat Winch
TEL : +82-51-831-9839
HYOSUNG STEEL TECHNOLOGIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Steel plute cutting, Hy Auto or Manual
TEL : +82-51-831-5093
HYUNDAI HYCRAULIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hhmc.co.kr
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Main Products : TURNING ROLLER, BLOCK LIFT
TEL : +82-51-831-8611
HYUNDAI ZINC METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hdz.co.kr
Main Products : Sacrificial Anode, Hot Dip Galvanizing, Ship
Manufacture
TEL : +82-51-266-4788
HYUNJIN MATERIALS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.hjmco.co.kr
Main Products : Cross Head, Connecting Rod, Piston Rod
TEL : +82-51-602-7700
ILDO MACHINE ELECT CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Heavy Electric Parts
TEL : +82-51-266-6066
IL - SUNG INDUSTRY CO.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Silencer, Water Air Filter, Air Intet Trunk
TEL : +82-51-312-4056
IN SUNG INDUSTRY CO.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Profile, Steel Coalming Insulation
TEL : +82-51-293-7550
JAESEUNG ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Steel Pipe Spool, Sus Pipe Spool, CuNi Pipe
Spool
TEL : +82-51-831-8838
JEILSANKI CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-831-5398
JEONG-AM SAFETY GLASS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.jeong-am.co.kr
Main Products : Tempered Glass, Laminated Glass
TEL : +82-51-831-6161
JEONG HWA ACCOMMODATION SYSTEM CO.,
LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.jeonghwa21.com
Main Products : Wooden Furniture
TEL : +82-51-974-8000
JEONG WOO COUPLING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.jwcjoint.co.kr
Main Products : Pipe Coupling, Pipe Repair Clamp
TEL : +82-55-339-7666
JIN GU ENGINEERING.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Rudder Stock, Stern Tube, Stern Roller, Winch
TEL : +82-55-343-3414
JIN IL BEND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-832-1919
JINKWANG ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Pull Card Switch, Belt Sway Switch, Belt Speed
Switch
TEL : +82-51-831-2571
JINYOUNG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.jymct.co.kr
Main Products : Multi Core Tube, Welded Stainless, Steel Tube
TEL : +82-51-313-4001
JMC HYDRAULICS.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Hydraulic Motor For Marine, Hydraulic Control Valve
TEL : +82-51-204-4046
JNC HI-TECHNOLOGIES.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.jnchitec.com
Main Products : Junction Box, Elect panel bard, Tel Booth
TEL : +82-51-974-9500
JOKWANG I.L.I CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-602-0200
JONGHAP POLESTAR ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Diesel Engine Piston, Cylinder, Valve
TEL : +82-51-403-5514
JUNG GONG IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.jung-gong.com
Main Products : Ordinary Window Side, Scuttle, Heated Window
TEL : +82-51-261-2911
JUNG - WOO MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Carrier Housing, Split Bearing,Stock, Up.Lower
Sleeve
TEL : +82-51-831-5394
KANG BACK INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Electric Control Box, Valve & Similar , Equipment
TEL : +82-51-831-9025
KANGIL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Pressure Vessel, Deaerator, Heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-972-5672
KANGRIM HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Changwon Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.kangrim.com/
Main Products : Marine Indutrial Boiler, Exhaust Gas Boiler
TEL : +82-55-269-7701
K.C. LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.iccp-mgps.com
Main Products : M.G.P.S, I,C,C,P, System Fe Ion, Generator
TEL : +82-51-831-7720
KEO HUNG MACHINERY.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Deck Crane, Provision Crane, Hose Handling
Crane
TEL : +82-51-831-6296
KEYSUNG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.keysungmetal.com
Main Products : Valve(Cryogenic, Ball), Strainer
TEL : +82-51-831-3391
KOC ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cast Resin Transformer, Dry Resin Transformer
TEL : +82-51-832-0550
KOREA HYDRAULIC CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.enpos21.com
Main Products : Electtric Motor Pump, Hand Pump, Single/
Double Acting Ram
TEL : +82-51-832-1100
KOREA PHE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kphe.co.kr
Main Products : Plate Heat Exchanger, Tank Cleaning Heater
TEL : +82-51-261-2664
KOREA STEEL SHAPES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.ekosco.com
Main Products : Flat Bars, Equal Angles, Unequal Angles
TEL : +82-51-323-2611
KOREA TRADING & INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kticopper.co.kr
Main Products : Copper alloy coil, Plate
TEL : +82-51-293-4423
KORINOX CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.korinox21.com
Main Products : Cold Mill Stainless, Steel Coil
TEL : +82-51-832-0031
KORVAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.korval.co.kr
Main Products : Crank Case Relief Valve, Main Starting Valve,
Rotary Valve
TEL : +82-51-790-9700
KSP CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Ship Engine Valve Spindle, Flange, Ring Gear
TEL : +82-51-831-6274
KSV
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.ksv-valve.co.kr
Main Products : Valve Spindle, Seat-Ring for marine Engine
TEL : +82-51-415-4466
KTE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kte.co.kr
Main Products : Electrical Equipment (Switchboard & Console)
TEL : +82-51-265-0255
KUKDONG ELECOM CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kukdongelecom.com
Main Products : Naviagtion/Signal LT, EX-Plosion Proof LT,
Fluorescent LT
TEL : +82-51-266-0050
KUKDONG INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kdie.co.kr
Main Products : Exhaust Gas Pipe With Insulation, Fuel Injection
Pipe and Bloc
TEL : +82-51-303-6900
KUKJE METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kjmetal.co.kr
Main Products : Manhole Cover, Portable Tank, EXH. Gas Pipe
TEL : +82-51-831-1541
KUM HAW PRECISION CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Coupling Flange, Bellows Flange
TEL : +82-51-831-5685
KUMKANG ENGINEERING.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Hand Rail, Storm Rail, Platform, Inc. Ladder
TEL : +82-51-831-0091
KUMKANG PRECISION.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kkmarine.co.kr
Main Products : Engine Parts, (Air Reservoir) & Valve
TEL : +82-51-262-4893
KWANGIL CORP.,
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.k-i.co.kr
Main Products : Stainless Steel, HR Coil
TEL : +82-51-324-0006
KWANG JIN E.N.G CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Pipe Piece, Pipe Spool
TEL : +82-51-831-1435
KWANG JIN IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Part of Heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-831-4131
KWANG JIN TECH.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Non Asbestos, Teflon, Rubber
TEL : +82-51-973-5566
KWANG LIM MARINE TECH. CO.,LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Window Box, (STEEL, AL, SUS) Vent Hole
TEL : +82-51-313-0055
KWANG SAN CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kwangsan.com
Main Products : Heating Coil unit, Expansion joint
TEL : +82-51-974-6301
KWANGWOON CO.,LTD.
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.kwang-woon.com
Main Products : Square Window, Side Scuttle, Door, Hatch,
Window Wiper
TEL : +82-51-414-9494
KYEONG SIN FIBER CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.ksfiber.co.kr
Main Products : Rudder Bearing Bush, Insulation
TEL : +82-51-831-0268
KYOUNGWON BENDING CO.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.bending4u.com
Main Products : Hwase Pipe, Chain, Locker
TEL : +82-55-313-1277
KYUNGIL METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Marine Equipment Plating, Head Rest Pipe
Plating
TEL : +82-51-831-1677
KYUNGSUNG INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.e-clamp.com
Main Products : Svs Corner & Anchor, Strip, Clamp
TEL : +82-51-831-4960
LHE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.lhe.co.kr
Main Products : Heat Exchanger
TEL : +82-55-340-0624
MANZU INDUSTRY. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Phosphate Coat, Pipe & Structure Painting,
Special Painting
TEL : +82-51-832-0944
MARINE RADIO CO., LTD.
Head Office : Youngdo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.mrckorea.co.kr
Main Products : Public Addressor Sys, Common Aerial Sys.
TEL : +82-51-414-7891
MARINE TECHNICAL ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Oily Water Seperator, Bilge Alarm, Air Dryer
TEL : +82-51-831-1118
MARSEN CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.marsen.com/
Main Products : Cargo Tank Monitoring System, Tank High/
Overfill Alarm System
TEL : +82-51-831-2108
MAX TECH.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.maxtech21c.com
Main Products : Engine, Shock Absorper, Gasket
TEL : +82-55-327-9652
MCM CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.mcm21.co.kr
Main Products : Valve, Junction Box, Switch Cover
TEL : +82-51-832-0505
MI JIN PRECISION.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Valve, Tube, Vend, Pipe for ship
TEL : +82-51-315-3143
MIJOO INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-831-1588
MIRAE ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.miraeship.co.kr
Main Products : Hull Block, Steel Outfitting, Pipe Spool/Unit
TEL : +82-51-790-5800
MJ TSR CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.mjtsr.com
Main Products : Rubber Sheets & Hats, All Types of Parts for
Shipbuilding & Industries
TEL : +82-51-832-0002
MODERN INTECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Curtain, Carpet, Upholstery, Mattress for Marine
TEL : +82-51-325-0260
MT.H CONTROL VALVES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : 82-51-974-8831
MYTEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.imytec.com
Main Products : Heat Exchanger, Pressure Vassel
TEL : +82-51-831-7474
NAMSUNG SHIPBUILDING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Rescue Boat Davit & Winch, Assembly, Line
Hauler
TEL : +82-51-200-1277
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NAMYANG METAL.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Stair Way Body, Bulk Head Hnlon, Galley Hood
TEL : +82-51-832-1721
NARA CORPORATION CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-790-7505
NAVUTEC.
Head Office : Kijang-kun Busan
Homepage Add. : www.navutec.com
Main Products : Fire fighting & Safety, equipment for marine &
Offshore
TEL : +82-51-728-5055
NEW-OHSEUNG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Manifold, Spool piece, Chain compressor
TEL : +82-51-266-5724
NK CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Ballast Water Treatment System, Co2 System
TEL : +82-51-204-2211
NOKSAN FLANGE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Flange for ship
TEL : +82-51-831-7956
OBOK ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Transformer
TEL : +82-51-832-1751
OK KWANG ENG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.okv.co.kr
Main Products : Marine valves, Strainers
TEL : +82-51-326-7741
OK KWANG METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.okkwang.com
Main Products : Std Flange, Tube Sheet, Forging Material
TEL : +82-51-831-9885
ORIENTAL PRECISION & ENGINEERING CO.,
LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.opco.co.kr
Main Products : Deck house, Engine room Casing, Life Boat
TEL : +82-51-202-0101
ORIENTAL PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.opco.co.kr
Main Products : Crane Component
TEL : +82-51-831-0202
O.S.C.G CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.oscg.net
Main Products : Cable grand, Junction box
TEL : +82-51-305-3910
PACO HITEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.pacohitec.com
Main Products : Hydraulic hose, Fitting
TEL : +82-51-266-6994
PAL MI METAL IND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Jinhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Valve, Yoke, Fork, Knuckle, Carrier
TEL : +82-55-552-3840
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PANASIA CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.worldpanasia.com
Main Products : Hi-level Alarm Sys. Tank level Gauge
TEL : +82-51-831-1010
PI PLUS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.pharmaidsolutions.com
Main Products : Rudder stock, Pintle, Intermediate Shaft
TEL : +82-51-831-9338
POONG JIN METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Emergency Shut-Off Valve, Veneral Bronze
Casting Valve
TEL : +82-51-831-8510
PSM CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.psminc.co.kr
Main Products : Ring Flange, Shaft, Nozzle
TEL : +82-51-970-3000
SAEJIN INTECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.saejinintech.com
Main Products : Emergency Towing, Arrangement, Universal
Swivel Fairlead
TEL : +82-55-328-1458
SAMBOO METAL CO,, LTD.
Main Products : Winch, Hatch
TEL : +82-51-832-1882
SEAPLUS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sea-plus.co.kr
Main Products : Low Pressure CO2, Fire Extinguishing Sys
TEL : +82-51-831-0119
SEBO METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sebometal.co.kr
Main Products : Pump Tower for LNG, Vent Mast
TEL : +82-51-970-0200
SEBO TECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Windwall, Heat Shield, Manual Hatch
TEL : +82-51-831-4171
SEIL SERES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.seilseres.com
Main Products : VRC system, ODME
TEL : +82-51-831-1858
SEJIN BOLT CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Bolt, Nut & Be, Double Nut, Chard Nut, Hinge Bog
TEL : +82-51-831-9832
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.samboometal.com
Main Products : Wheel, Shaft, Hyd-Net, Hyd Coupling Bolt,
Flange
TEL : +82-51-831-1478
SEUNG JIN E.N.G.
SAMGONG CO., LTD.
SEUN STEEL CO., LTD.
SAMJOO ENG. CO., LTD.
SEWOONG PRECISION MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sam-gong.co.kr
Main Products : Oil Purifiers, Ship’ Accommodation, Ladders
TEL : +82-51-200-3040
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sam-joo.co.kr
Main Products : Catering Furniture, Galley Hood, Laundry
Equipment
TEL : +82-51-264-6677
SAMJUNG MACHINERY.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Pipe Spool (Steel)
TEL : +82-51-831-9050
Head Office : Jin-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.seunsteel.co.kr
Main Products : CR, HGL, CGL, EGL
TEL : +82-51-639-3200
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-831-0595
SEYANG HIGH-TECH
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Piston Rod, Cross Head, Inter Shaft
TEL : +82-51-832-0190
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Water & Oil Strainer, Condensate Chlorination
Tank
TEL : +82-51-831-9125
SAM KWANG HI-TEC CO., LTD.
SHILLA E&T CO., LTD.
SAMSUNG NONFERROUS METAL CO., LTD.
SHINDONG DIGITECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Rectangle Windows
TEL : +82-51-832-0177
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.metalsamsung.co.kr
Main Products : Bushing, Liner, Sleeve, Pintle Bush
TEL : +82-55-329-1067
SAMYANG METAL IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.cuniship.com
Main Products : W-NT 90/10 Flange, Elbow, Tee
TEL : +82-51-266-6655
SAMYOUNG FITTING.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Elbow, Tee, Coupling
TEL : +82-51-832-0211
SDK CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Spot Cooler, Heat Exchanger, Pressure Yeses
TEL : +82-51-831-7705
Head Office : Dong-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.shindong.com
Main Products : Navigation Communication, Satellite
Communication
TEL : +82-51-461-5000
SHINHWA INTERIOR & TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Marine Furniture
TEL : +82-51-441-1294
SHINKWANG ACE ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.skace.com
Main Products : Cable Tray, Accessories
TEL : +82-55-332-3315
SHINMYUNG INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cable Tray Joint, Hanger
TEL : +82-51-831-5061
SHIN SHIN HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Deck Machinery, Hydraulic system, Serface
Treatment
TEL : +82-51-832-0734
SHIN SHIN MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kijang-kun Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sspump.com
Main Products : Centrifugal Pumps, Gear Pumps, Screw
Pumps
TEL : +82-51-727-5300
SHINWOO METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.shinwoometal.net
Main Products : Flange, Forging
TEL : +82-51-831-2830
SHIN YOUNG AIR CLUTCH.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.airclutch.co.kr
Main Products : SY-CB Type, SY-VC Type, SY-E Type
TEL : +82-51-831-7072
SILLA METAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sillametal.com
Main Products : PROPELLER(F.P.P), C.PPROPELLER Blade
& Hub
TEL : +82-51-831-5991
SIN HUENG FLANGE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Flange for ship
TEL : +82-51-831-6167
SINWEOL GRATING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.steelgrating.net
Main Products : Steel Grating for Ship
TEL : +82-51-323-7000
SMS CO., LTD.
head office : Saha Gu Busan
homepage add : www.sms-marinesystem.com
main products : hatch-pontoon type, folding type, side rolling
type, etc. lashing equipment-2/3tier
TEL : +82 51-290-1000
SM POWER TEC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.smpt.co.kr
Main Products : Vacuum Pump for Shipping Bldc, AC,DC Motor
& Generator
TEL : +82-51-973-0267
SNP CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Galley Equipment, Cold Chamber, Catering
Furniture
TEL : +82-51-261-7711
STACO CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.staco.co.kr
Main Products : Wall Panel, Celing Panel, Unit Toilet, Marin Door
TEL : +82-51-831-7000
STA-JH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Welding Fittings (Butt Welding)
TEL : +82-51-831-1274
STASB CO., LTD.
Head Office : Jinhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Marine Furniture, Door
TEL : +82-55-544-8070
STAUFF KOREA LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.stauff.co.kr
Main Products : Hyd’ System & Engineering, Hyd’ Clamp & Test
TEL : +82-51-266-6666
STBEND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.stbend.co.kr
Main Products : SUS Pipe Fitting, SUS Bend
TEL : +82-51-831-5131
STEEL KOREA CO., LTD.
Head Office : Jinhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-55-541-2212
SUHHEUNG ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.shge.co.kr
Main Products : Steel Grating
TEL : +82-51-831-1811
SUNBO IND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sunboind.co.kr
Main Products : Tank Top Unit, Engine Room unit, Sater Strainer
Silenser
TEL : +82-51-261-3454
SUNG CHANG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Non-Asbestos Gasket, Spiral Wound Gasket,
P.T.F.E Gasket
TEL : +82-51-316-6300
SEOUNG HYUP MACHINERY.
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : White Metal, Piston Lo
TEL : +82-51-303-4112
SUNG IL CO., LTD.(SIM)
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sungilsim.com
Main Products : Pipe Spool Pre-Fabrication, Induction Pipe
Bending
TEL : 82-51-831-8800
SUNG KWANG M/C.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Oil Press, Pipe Vending, Pipe Fitting Unit
TEL : +82-51-831-0620
SUNGWON ELECTRIC CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cable Tray, Starter, Panel, Cable Way
TEL : +82-51-831-9230
SUNG WON ENTERPRISE. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.sungwonent.co.kr
Main Products : V-Flow Swing Check, Valves, Manifold Unit
TEL : +82-51-831-2140
SUNIL INSTRUMENT CO., LTD.
S&W CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.snwcorp.com
Main Products : Com Shaft, Valve, Seat, Piston Pin, Bolt, Nut
TEL : +82-51-205-7411
TAE HWA INDUSTRY CO.,LTD (THI)
Head Office : Seocho-gu Seoul
Homepage Add. : www.thi.co.kr
Main Products : Reciprocating & Screw, Compressor Unit, Brine/
Water Chiller Unit
TEL : +82-2-598-1126
TAEHWA KALPA SEAL.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.taehwa1.com
Main Products : TH3000, TH3000W
TEL : +82-51-831-9944
TAE KWANG INDUSTRIES.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.tkic.co.kr
Main Products : Boiler, Oil Cooler / Heater, Shell & Tube Heat,
Exchanger
TEL : +82-51-831-1801
TAESHIN G & W CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.taeshin.co.kr
Main Products : Co2 / Mag, Mig Arc Welding, Machine, Air
Gouging
TEL : +82-51-831-1100
TAESUNG MACHINERY CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.taesungmc.co.kr
Main Products : Manufacture of Structures, for
Shipbuilding(LNG,LPG) and plant
TEL : +82-51-971-4006
TAEWON CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.twubc.kr
Main Products : Flange, Strainer, Pressure
TEL : +82-51-831-0310
TAEWOONG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.taewoong.com
Main Products : Piston Rod/ Crown/ Head, Cross Head Pin
TEL : +82-51-329-5000
TAEWOONG TECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Main Shaft, Connecting Rod, Inter Shaft,
Propeller Shaft
TEL : +82-51-831-6685
TANKTECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.tanktech.co.kr
Main Products : High velocity valve
TEL : +82-51-979-1600
TK CORPORATION CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.tkbend.co.kr
Main Products : Fittings (Elbow, Tee, Reducer, Cap)
TEL : +82-51-970-6600
TMC CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.suniltech.co.kr
Main Products : Tank Level System, Viscosity System
TEL : +82-51-831-1994
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.besttmc.com
Main Products : Membrane Sheets, Heavy Steel Corner, Anchor
Strip
TEL : +82-55-340-3000
SUN KWANG P.S.P INC. CO., LTD.
TYCO MARINE SERVICES KOREA CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Cargo Line, Ballasst Line, Engine Room, I.G
Line
TEL : +82-51-831-3777
Head Office : Sasang-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.dbefire.com
Main Products : Fire Fighting System & Equipment
TEL : +82-51-633-9100
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U-YOUNG PRECISION IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : u-nex.com/
Main Products : Elec/Hyd. Windless, Elec/Hyd, Winch, Steering
Gear
TEL : +82-55-326-9691
U-YOUNG & TECH.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : u-nex.com/
Main Products : Elec/Hyd. Windless, Elec/Hyd, Winch, Steering
Gear
TEL : +82-55-326-9691
WON KWANG VALVE CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.wonkwangvalve.com
Main Products : Marine Globe Valve, Marine Angle Valve, Marine
Gate Valve
TEL : +82-51-831-9932
WOONG CHEON OUTFITTING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Jinhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Ship Component Parts, Painting, Deck
Machinery
TEL : +82-55-545-2432
WOOSUNG FLOWTEC CO.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Simplex Oil Strainer, Can Water Filter
TEL : +82-51-831-1531
WOOYANG B&P IND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.wooyangshot.com
Main Products : Deck Outside Monting Item, Engine Room
Mounting Item
TEL : +82-51-831-5000
Y.C.P CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Carbon Steel Precision, Tybe for Hydraulic Line
Service
TEL : +82-51-264-9300
YESUNG IND. CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Rudder Carrier Housing, Complete Stern Tube,
Rudder Horn
TEL : +82-51-831-5246
YOOWON INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.yoowonind.com
Main Products : Steering Gear, Deck Machinery, Auto Filter
TEL : +82-51-205-8541
YOOWON M-TECH CO., LTD.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.yoowonmtech.com
Main Products : Steering Gear, Windlass, Mooring winch
TEL : +82-51-265-1746
YOUNGIL CNC.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products :
TEL : +82-51-831-9547
YOUNG - IN ELECTRIC INDUSTRIES CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.younginele.com
Main Products : Electric Auto Control Panel, Welding Panel
TEL : +82-51-831-7910
YOUNG NAM IND.
Head Office : Saha-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Wire lope drum, BASE PLATE ASS’Y
TEL : +82-51-264-7983
YOUNGSHIN BEND CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Welding Fittings (Butt Welding)
TEL : +82-51-831-0316
YOUNGSUNG AIR SYSTEM.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.ys-airsystem.co.kr
Main Products : Heat exchanger, Plant
TEL : +82-51-832-0510
YOUNHAP FASTENERS CO., LTD.
Head Office : Kimhae Gyeongsangnam-do
Homepage Add. : www.younhap.co.kr
Main Products : Carbon Steel Precision, Tybe for Hydraulic Line
Service
TEL : +82-51-264-9300
YOUSUNG GALVANIZING CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.iyousung.co.kr
Main Products : Hot Dip Galvanizing of Marine.
TEL : +82-51-831-5482
YUJINCOMETAL CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. : www.yujincometal.com
Main Products : Bolt, Nut, Screw, Anchor, Washer
TEL : +82-51-314-0757
YU KYUNG CO., LTD.
Head Office : Gangseo-gu Busan
Homepage Add. :
Main Products : Pipe Spool, Portable Tank Unit, Heating Coil
Unit
TEL : +82-51-831-2674
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