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한국, 2019년 1월 수주량 58만CGT....중국에 이어 2위

1월 세계 발주량 증가세는 주춤, LNG선 등 한국 주력 선종 가격 상승세는 지속




영국의 조선해운시황 분석기관 클락슨리서치에 따르면, 1월 전세계 선박 발주량은 214만CGT(78척)를 기록했으며 국가별 선박 수주량은 중국이 108만CGT(57척)를 기록하며 한국 58만CGT(12척)를 제치고 1위를 차지하였다. 일본은 20만CGT(4척)을 수주하며 크루즈선 3척을 수주한 이탈리아 24만CGT(3척)에 밀려 4위를 기록하였다고 밝히고 있다.


올해 1월 발주량은 수주 가뭄을 겪던 2016년 1월 135만CGT 보다 59% 증가했으나 2018년 1월 358만CGT에 비해 40% 감소했으며, 2018년 월 평균 발주량 248만CGT에도 다소 못 미치는 등 증가세가 주춤한 모습이다.

※ 매년 1월 선박 발주량 : 2016년 135만CGT → 2017년 118만CGT → 2018년 358만CGT → 2019년 214만CGT


2019년 1월말 전세계 수주잔량은 지난 12월말 대비 168만CGT 감소한 7,959만CGT를 나타나고 있으며 지난 12월과 비교해 한국 65만CGT, 중국 45만CGT, 일본 48만CGT 모두 감소하였으며  국가별 수주잔량은 중국 2,890만CGT(36%)에 이어, 한국 2,161만CGT(27%), 일본 1,369만CGT(17%) 순으로 나타나고 있다고 밝혔다.


선박 연식(年式) 등의 이유로 매년 12월에는 선박 인도량이 줄고, 이듬 해 1월에 인도량이 크게 증가하는 현상이 반복돼 왔으나 이번에도 1월 인도량이 373만CGT로 지난 해 월 평균 인도량 254만CGT에 비해 큰 폭으로 늘었다.


2019년 1월 클락슨 신조선가지수(Newbuilding Price Index)는 130 포인트로 지난해 12월과 동일하며 선종별 선가 추이를 살펴보면 유조선(VLCC)은 지난달 보다 50만 달러 상승한 9,300만 달러를 기록했으며, LNG선도 100만 달러 상승한 1억 8,400백만 달러를 기록하는 등 가격 상승세가 이어있으나 컨테이너선(13,000~14,000TEU)은 지난달과 가격 변동없이 1억 1,500백만 달러를 기록하였다.


한국 조선이 2018년 수주 점유율 44.2%로 세계 1위 자리를 7년 만에 탈환 하였으나 하지만 2019년 1월에는 중국의 거센 추격이 시작되었다.



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MAN 175D Selected for First IMO Tier III-Compliant Harbour Tug Designed for Operation in Mediterranean

2 x IMO Tier III-compliant 12V175D MM engines to power harbour pusher tug



MAN Energy Solutions has won the contract to supply the engines for a new harbour tug in Spain. P&O Reyser will operate the 27-metre newbuild, 75T bollard-pull-rated Asymmetric Tractor Tug (ATT) in the Port of Barcelona, which is expected to enter service from mid-2020.


The vessel will feature 2 × MAN 12V175D MM, IMO Tier III engines, each rated at 2,220 kWm. The engines will be connected to FPP azimuth thrusters for propulsion, whilst also providing power to support on-board towing and fire-fighting capabilities. The engines will be supplied in accordance with Lloyds Register Society classification rules.


Lex Nijsen, Head of Four-Stroke Marine Sales, MAN Energy Solutions said: “The MAN 175D is experiencing a growing number of references within different segments and I’m pleased that we have won the trust of such a key marine segment. In this particular instance, our propulsion package was chosen because of its compact footprint, fuel-efficient performance and the flexible design approach taken with the SCR layout. Winning this order also fits well with our intention to increasingly become a supplier of complete propulsion solutions.”


The engines, along with the associated SCR exhaust-gas emissions-after-treatment system, will be supplied to Drydocks World-Dubai shipyard, who are undertaking the vessel construction, direct from MAN Energy Solutions’ new MAN 175D production facility, located in Frederikshavn, Denmark.


“This is an important project for P&O Reyser, P&O Maritime and Drydocks World Dubai’s combined resources and our decision and confidence in selecting MAN Energy Solutions is integral with our vision of Maritime Excellence,” said Rado Antolovic, CEO & MD of the Maritime Services Division of DP World.


This will be the first IMO Tier III-compliant Harbour Tug for P&O Maritime, and also the first harbour tug for operation in the Mediterranean area complying with IMO Tier III, MARPOL Annex VI.


“MAN Energy Solutions and P&O Maritime have worked together for the last two years in order to achieve a state of the art tug complying with the most strict environmental requirements for deployment in the Port of Barcelona,” said Iñigo Garcia, Managing Director of P&O Reyser.


Cintranaval, a top Spanish ship design office, has also been a key player in this process offering their expertise from up to 300 tugboats and offshore vessels designed over more than 50 years.



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BIMCO demands 4th IMO GHG Study based on realistic economic growth




BIMCO has proposed that the Fourth International Maritime Organization (IMO) Greenhouse Gas Study does not include unrealistically high gross domestic product (GDP) growth projections to predict future transport demand - and thereby emissions - of the shipping industry. The proposal has been made to the expert workshop preparing for the study, which is meeting in London 12-14 March.


“It is imperative that the industry – and the world – base discussions and actions to reduce emissions from shipping on credible and realistic projections. If not, we risk making the wrong decisions and spending resources ineffectively,” says Lars Robert Pedersen, BIMCO Deputy Secretary General.


BIMCO argues that the Fourth IMO GHG Study should avoid scenarios 1 and 5 of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Shared Socio-economic Pathways (SSP), as these scenarios project considerably higher and unrealistic short- to mid-term economic growth (as much as two percentage points higher) than current economic trends and OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) projections. It should be noted that only the lowest of the five SSPs (scenario 3) has compounded growth in line with current OECD projections.


“The previous study’s most pessimistic projection of a 250% increase in CO2 emissions from shipping has since proven to be totally unrealistic, given the actual and projected economic development of the world. Unfortunately, the 250% projection has frequently been used as a stick against the shipping industry and to shape regional policy. BIMCO wants to avoid that happening again,” Pedersen says.


BIMCO has collaborated with CE Delft, the consultancy that modeled and calculated the Third IMO GHG Study’s projections in 2014 for future GHG emissions from ships. The revised calculation includes the most recent OECD GDP projections.


The report highlights that when using a more realistic GDP growth scenario, the shipping industry is projected to achieve an absolute reduction of 20% versus the target of an absolute emission reduction of 50% by 2050 compared to 2008.


“We will need new solutions, in addition to traditional efficiency measures, to reach the 2050 target. But to pick the right solutions, we need realistic projections,” Pedersen says.


Lower transport work projections have recently been supported by two other studies: “Energy Transition Outlook 2018: Maritime Forecast to 2050” by DNV-GL and “Transport 2040 - Automation, Technology and Employment – The Future of Work” by the World Maritime University.


 Both studies have decoupled the correlation between the growth in GDP and transport demand after 2030, and both studies arrive at projections well below the BIMCO/CE Delft recalculation of the Third GHG Study. BIMCO also suggests that the IMO expert workshop take the decoupling of GDP growth and transport work into consideration.



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