How familiar are you with on board care and custody of LNG cargos?
Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is a clean, eco-friendly fuel which has good heating ability (calorific value) and offers greater fuel efficiency when used for domestic or industrial purposes. The worldwide share of LNG trade has increased from 6% in 1970 to over 30% today. This boom has led to rapid expansion in the LNG trade and the number of LNG ships carrying this cargo. Highly skilled and highly trained crew members are in demand.
Physics and Chemistry, Principles of Design, Principles of Operations Cargo Containment, Propulsion System
Inert Gas Generation Plant, Nitrogen Generation Plant Gas Compressors, Gas Heaters, Vaporizers, Cargo Pumps, Vacuum Pumps, Relief Valves, Reliquefaction Plant
LNG Ancillary Systems:
Cofferdam Heating System, Portable Gas Detectors, Fixed Gas Detection Systems, Level Gauging Systems, Custody Transfer System, Distributed Control System, Certified Safe Electrical Equipment
LNG Cargo Operations:
Cargo Practice, Post Delivery, Normal Voyage, Pre-Docking, On Moss Carriers, Emergency Procedures, Ship to Ship Transfer, Emergency Mooring Release
Stakeholders, Jargon Buster, LNG Time Charters, Measurement Principles, Boil-off and Heel, Terminal Compatibility
Upon registration, courses are conveniently accessible online for candidates to participate at their own pace and on their own schedule.