The effect of offshore port systems to container sector' energy efficiency

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Abstract

Shipping sector has some duty and responsibilities like other gas emitter sectors. When it is thought that ships are mobile emitters, so these duty and responsibilities should be handled at international conjecture. At the international level, UN, EU, US and IMO play a remarkable role to catch future emission and energy efficiency targets with the aid of projects, policies and regulations. As highest level authority for maritime sector, IMO aims to set in motion all maritime sectors with their all components from building to scrapping. This target can be reached when technologies, methods and systems are combined ideally and adapted to the sector correctly. In this frame, the aim of this paper is that to make contribution to energy efficiency with the aid of a new port system which is offshore port system. The paper will focus on container sector and offshore port by investigating container sector developments and the paper suggest the offshore ports as a response to developments in the container sector. Specifically, the contribution of the offshore ports to energy efficiency of the sector is examined in the light of data from container shipping. It is assessed that the possible effect of the offshore ports to liner operator behaviours in terms of economies of scale, alliances among leader container companies in order to provide efficiency. As a conclusion, it is expected that offshore port systems could be future’s energy efficient and eco-friendly port systems.

Conference

ConferenceThe 2nd International Conference on Maritime Technology (ICMT2014)
Abbreviated titleICMT2016
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityGlasgow
Period7/07/149/07/14
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Keywords

  • energy efficiency
  • offshore port
  • container transportation

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Kurt, I., Boulougouris, E., & Turan, O. (2014). The effect of offshore port systems to container sector' energy efficiency. The 2nd International Conference on Maritime Technology (ICMT2014), Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Kurt, Ismail ; Boulougouris, Evangelos ; Turan, Osman. / The effect of offshore port systems to container sector' energy efficiency. The 2nd International Conference on Maritime Technology (ICMT2014), Glasgow, United Kingdom.10 p.
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Kurt, I, Boulougouris, E & Turan, O 2014, 'The effect of offshore port systems to container sector' energy efficiency' The 2nd International Conference on Maritime Technology (ICMT2014), Glasgow, United Kingdom, 7/07/14 - 9/07/14, .

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2014. The 2nd International Conference on Maritime Technology (ICMT2014), Glasgow, United Kingdom.

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