Two days Marine Fuel Management course is in accordance with the requirements MARPOL Annex VI Regulation 14, the IMO’s 2020 Global Sulfur Cap, tightening limits on SOx emissions in waters outside of coastal zones. The course is aimed at Marine Engineers onboard who are supervised and carried out Marine Fuel Management: properties and quality standard for distillate and residual fuel, ship`s machinery related systems, bunkering, sampling, handling and cleaning fuel for engines consumption, monitoring condition and operation, maintenance equipment and manage trouble-shooting, restoration equipment to operation condition.

Course subjects: 

  • IMO’s 2020 Global Sulphur Cap requirements, ships` fuel options;
  • Crude Oil Chemical composition and refining processes;
  • Fuel Standard ISO 8217, Distillate and residual fuels;
  • ECAs: international, regional and local requirements;
  • Fuel Oil Change over procedures for Main Engine, Generator Engines, Boiler;
  • Low Sulphur fuels: features, the effects of using LS fuels;
  • Requirements for Bunkering and Fuel Testing procedures;
  • Ship`s FO systems review. Fuel cleaning and conditioning;
  • Fuel properties and Cat Fines damage impact;
  • Ship’s Energy Efficiency Management Plan;
  • Oil Record Book, Part 1. Intertanko Guide for correct Entries in Oil Record Book