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2 Charterers’ expectations DNV services offered to Tanker Owners I CAP. (Condition Assessment Program) – a detailed description of the vessel’s condition. including rating ISM (International Safety Management Code) Certification I ISPS (International Ship and Port Facility Security Safety Code) Certification Operational Excellence – cost efficient and safe operation I I .

DNV Maritime’s priority number one. the T/T Knock Nevis. The accumulated DNV orderbook for oil tanker accounts for 272 vessels. on board personnel and others. to strengthen their general competence. Our support to tanker owners include formal ISM certification.3 Choose DNV because … we understand your challenges and are able to support I DNV is the leading class society for oil tankers with major market shares. 564 650 tdw.02). is therefore in line with tanker owners’ needs. machinery spaces and cargo area NAUT – notations for Enhanced navigational safety I I I . The DNV classed tanker fleet includes more than 1258 oiltankers ranging form the biggest tanker in the world. improve co-operation between owners and DNV. Our advisory and certification services also cover these elements.8 mill GT (as of 2007. DNV has had a unique opportunity to accumulate competence and understanding of the tanker business. DNV is offering a range of training courses which may be performed for yard personnel. We believe our focus on quality is contributing to the fact that DNV classed fleet of vessels consistently has received top ranking among the Port State Control regimes around the world. In GT terms some 25% of the oil tanker fleet is classed to DNV. TMSA includes Risk Assessment and ISO 14000 certification. owners. to the smallest ones. essential for successful vetting for tanker The human factor is a key link in the safety and quality chain for tankers.05. DNV now also are able to support owners in this area. Our SeaSkill include competence standards for operation of tankers and cargo handling simulators. training of personnel as introduction to implementation of TMSA and informal independent evaluation of own assessment. I I Passing the charterers’ vetting process is a major challenge for tanker owners. Management and management systems. corresponding to 17. now also include important elements such as International Safety Management Code (ISM/IMO) and Tanker Management and Self Assessment (TMSA/OCIMF) where best practice and continuous improvement are incorporated. Quality. and associated formal classification. which is estimated to 28% of the total orderbook. I I I Safety Excellence – differentiation by safety performance Energy Management – minimising costs and emissions Hull Integrity Management – hull integrity support beyond class I I RATE(A) – standard for hull maintenance and reporting in line with charterers’ requirements SeaSkill – classification of competence and training I F-AMC – enhanced fire protection standards for accommodation. owners’ site teams and owners’ superintendents.

4 Hull Integrity Management DNV has developed Hull Competence courses for various ship types DNV offers specialised Hull Advisory Services Hull Inspection Manuals provide best practice for inspections and maintenance HULL COMPETENCE I I HULL INSPECTION MANUAL I I I Specialized training Crew empowerment Ship specific Practical guidance Unique 3D illustrations .

Charterers recognize better maintained vessels. Continuous control of a ship’s hull condition creates business advantages to ship operators and owners. DNV’s unique hull expertise and procedures for planning and follow-up of inspections are combined with new easy-to-use Nauticus tools. Hull Integrity Management helps in early detection of defects and to deal with problems while they are small! For the technical staff Be in control of the ship’s condition with Hull Integrity Management. accident risk is reduced and compliance with regulations and standards is easier to achieve. DNV’s Hull Integrity Manage-ment is a practical concept developed over six years with a proven track record.5 Choose DNV because … we help you to stay in control and create business advantage The shipping industry at large. Hull Integrity Management empowers the ship’s crew. It teaches them where to look and what to look for during regular on-board inspections. This represents the proven innovation of DNV’s Hull Integrity Management! Nauticus Hull Integrity – vessel hull condition Nauticus Hull Integrity – tank condition Nauticus Hull Integrity – descriptions and photos of findings NAUTICUS HULL INTEGRITY I HULL ADVISORY SERVICES I I I I Planned Inspection and Maintenance System (PIMS) Easy-to-use Unique 3D technology On-board module Web-based on-shore module Sophisticated tools Coating condition Coating area calculations Steel renewal calculations I I I I . and the tanker segment in particular experience increased focus on hull integrity – for safety reasons and cost efficiency. overall maintenance costs drop. don’t leave things to chance. For ship officers and on-board crew Based on DNV’s knowledge and hull expertise.

YARDS AND MANUFACTURERS I I I SOFTWARE FOR OWNERS IN THE NEWBUILDING PHASE I Nauticus Hull Nauticus Early Design Nauticus Machinery Nauticus Construction – inspection and follow-up tool for owners site teams .6 Nauticus Software for newbuildings SOFTWARE FOR DESIGNERS.

shaft alignment. Ever since we have been in the forefront providing yards and designers with software meeting their needs for rule checking and direct calculations.7 Choose DNV because … we have the software Software for designers. A significant bonus is that Nauticus Construction keeps team members updated on the status of the project and a lot of time has been saved on progress reporting back to owners’ home office. gear rating. wave induced motions and loads. and torsional vibrations. though powerful tool. ensuring a safe and sound ship design. Nauticus Early Design combines the calculation features of a CAE system with the design features of a CAD (Computer Aided Design) system helping yards and designers to effectively identify right dimensions and scantlings at an early stage and thus quickly prepare for final design. Today many owners benefit from Nauticus Construction being the result of this exercise. With its simple and user-friendly design it has become a practical. including fatigue. It includes calculations like gear faceload. including features for rule checking. Shortage of competent resources and professional tools were their driving forces. finite element calculations. Nauticus Hull is a CAE (Computer Aided Engineering) system helping yards and designers to verify compliance with strength requirements. and final structural strength assessment. including updated class status I . crankshaft fatigue. Nauticus Machinery is a calculation package for rotating machinery helping manufacturers to correctly dimension the machinery components. shaft fatigue. yards and manufacturers DNV was one of the first class societies to develop advanced software for direct calculations of a ship’s structural strength. SOFTWARE FOR OWNERS IN THE OPERATIONAL PHASE I Nauticus Hull Integrity – innovative ship maintenance support system DNV Exchange – owners’ communication and information tool for easy access to DNV. matching site teams’ needs to manage their inspection processes and track follow-up of outstanding items. Software for owners Recognising DNV as a reputable software developer some owners a few years back challenged us to develop an effective tool for their newbuilding site teams.

8 m thickness ICE-1A* – Ships operating in waters with ice of 1.0 m thickness in Polar areas POLAR-20 – Vessels breaking ice of 2.0 m thickness ICE-15 – Vessels breaking ice of 1.6 m thickness ICE-1A – Ships operating in waters with ice of 0.5 m thickness POLAR ICE NOTATIONS POLAR-10 – Vessels breaking ice of 1.8 Cold climate BALTIC ICE CLASSES ICE-1C – Ships operating in light ice conditions ICE-1B – Ships operating in waters with ice of 0.5 m thickness ICE-10 – Vessels breaking ice of 1.0 m thickness ARCTIC ICE CLASSES ICE-05 – Vessels breaking ice of 0.0 m thickness in Polar areas POLAR-30 – Vessels breaking ice of 3.0 m thickness in Polar areas .

9 Ask DNV about … tanker operations in cold climate I DNV’s class Rules have included requirements for ice strengthening for more than 125 years. I I Additional class notations applicable for different cold climate conditions. November 1881 DAT (-xx) – Standard for low temperature materials DEICE – Standard for icing control OPP-F – Oil Pollution Prevention for Fuel oil thanks CLEAN – Controlling and limiting operational emissions and discharges RPS – Fully Redundant Propulsion WINTERIZED BASIC – Standard for operation in open water with small quantity of ice WINTERIZED – For operation in medium cold climate conditions with ice WINTERIZED ARCTIC – Operating in extreme cold climate/ice conditions COMF-V – Comfort Class for noise and vibrations COMF-C – Comfort Class for indoor climate .” Abstract from DNV’s Rules and Regulations. Ship operations in cold climate require much more than just ice strengthening of the ships’ structure and propeller. or some other sufficient additional strengthening of the vessel’s forepart must be adopted. the frames at the extreme forepart are to be closer than here directed. The degree of necessary winterization may vary from just control of icing in open water to ice-breaking abilities in temperatures down to –40oC and below. depending on where the vessels are intended to be trading have been developed by DNV. and we have also incorporated the Rules issued by the Finnish and Swedish authorities (FMA) in our Baltic Rules. This is the basis for our leading position as classification society for tankers built for operations in cold climate. Based on our unique accumulated knowledge of cold climate operations. “In all vessels that may have to steam through ice. Almost 400 DNV classed tankers are ice strengthened. DNV has additional class notations covering the whole range of alternatives. extensive operational experience from modern shipping in cold climate areas and significant R&D activities during the last decades. Our current Rules are based on long Norwegian cold climate shipping history. we have developed a range of technical standards relevant for safety and reliability under such conditions.

10 Practical support I Active Customer Service Management (CSM) Risk studies Technology qualification I I I Concept evaluation Design review Approval in principle I I I Design support Strength and fatigue analysis support Specification review I I .

fatigue standard of structure. Survey planning is one example where our Customer Service Managers can support our clients to identify the most suitable timing for a survey. corrosion protection. the time is best for possible modifications of drawings and specifications to ensure compliance with all applicable requirements. Tankers may comply perfectly well with all applicable rules and regulations and still not meet owners and charterers’ expectations. before contract is signed for a new ship. Throughout the history manufacturers. suitable ice class and arrangements for ship operations in cold climate areas. designers and owners in such cases. but beyond that to make systematic efforts to avoid surprises later in the I project with respect to charterer’s and owners own expectations to the vessel. Our unique array of competence and resources are continuously supporting new projects. designers. cargo flexibility. owners and others have benefited from co-operation with DNV during the development stage of projects.g. I I Our Customer Service Management (CSM) concept was established years ago to make it easy for our clients to have access to DNV and our world wide resources. I I Condition Monitoring of machinery Trouble shooting/damage investigations I Wide range of training courses for designers. DNV has the knowledge and experience relevant as input to yards. including state-of-the-art laboratories we have been able to participate in the forefront of technology development and new designs. With an extensive range of strong in-house resources. and we are pleased to offer our advice. Based on our long history of communication with all players in the tanker community and our technological profile. Our CSM concept is an effective contribution to the fact that DNV over the years consistently has had a record among world wide Port State Control regimes as top notch performer among class societies when it comes to port state detentions. e. capacities. yards. At an early stage. Optimum timing and good planning of surveys are key elements to minimize expenses and ensure high quality of surveys. etc. yards’ and owners’ personnel . and plan the practicalities involved. DNV is able to advise on “fit for purpose”.11 Choose DNV because … we are supporting from “cradle to grave” I DNV has a long history as technology leader and industry support.

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