Tanker (Indien)

Referenzen

# 1 India-Database 1996
# 2 ÖKO 1994
# 3 ESU/PSI/BEW 1996
# 4 EM-Projekt

Metadaten

Datenqualität mittel (sekundäre/abgeleitete Daten)
Dateneingabe durch System
Quelle GTZ
Review Status kein Review
Letzte Änderung 06.12.2005 19:51:43
Sprache Deutsch
Ortsbezug Indien
Technologie Transport-Schiff
Technik-Status Bestand
Zeitbezug 2000
Produktionsbereich 61.1 See- und Küstenschifffahrt
SNAP Code 8.4.4 Internationaler Seeverkehr (Bunker)
GUID {B11C69DE-A5B4-11D3-B42D-FED95173DC12}

Verknüpfungen

Produkt liefernder Prozess Bedarf   Transport mit Länge
Hauptinput
Öl-schwer-IN-hiS Raffinerie\Öl-schwer-Indien-hiS 100,00000%
Aufwendungen zur Herstellung
Stahl Metall\Stahl-mix-IN-2000 20,0000*106 kg/Fahrzeug

Kenndaten

    Durchschnitt
spezifischer Verbrauch Öl-schwer-IN-hiS 5,62702*103 kWh/km
    50,9841*103 l/100 km
Fahrleistung Öl-schwer-IN-hiS 80,0000*103 km/a
Lebensdauer 16,00 a
Flächeninanspruchnahme 0,0000000
Beschäftigte 0,0000000 Personen
Tonnage 100*103 t
Bei der Angabe der Aufwendungen wird die Rückfahrt berücksichtigt

Direkte Emissionen

  Durchschnitt Einheit   Einheit Durchschnitt
          Öl-schwer-IN-hiS
          [kg/km]
SO2-Äquivalent 54,670851 kg/km 546,71*10-3 g/t.km
CO2-Äquivalent 1,57320*103 kg/km 15,731977 g/t.km
SO2 40,745820 kg/km 407,46*10-3 g/t.km 40,745820
NOx 20,000000 kg/km 200,00*10-3 g/t.km 20,000000
Staub 1,0000000 kg/km 10,000*10-3 g/t.km 1,0000000
CO 2,0000000 kg/km 20,000*10-3 g/t.km 2,0000000
NMVOC 200,00*10-3 kg/km 2,0000*10-3 g/t.km 200,00*10-3
CO2 1,56921*103 kg/km 15,692077 g/t.km 1,56921*103
CH4 100,00*10-3 kg/km 1,0000*10-3 g/t.km 100,00*10-3
N2O 5,0000*10-3 kg/km 50,000*10-6 g/t.km 5,0000*10-3

Kosten

Brennstoff-/Inputkosten (Öl-schwer-IN-hiS) 1,96380*106 €/a 24,547504 €/km
Summe 1,96380*106 €/a 24,547504 €/km
    = 245,48*10-6 €/tkm

Kommentar

tanker for the import of crude oil The majority of the imported petroleum products are brought by tankers from the Gulf Region. Data on the energy intensity of cargo haulage for India was not available (IPNGS 1992; TEDDY 1994). Thus the calculations for the energy use and the environmental impacts of the transportation are estimated under consideration of values investigated by different authors. The estimation is made assuming an average load of 50%, because the ships are empty on their return journey. OCC (1995) estimates the ocean loss of imported kerosene to be 4.5%. This value appears very high. UBA (1993) estimated the total loss to be about 0.008% of the transported crude oil amount. FRISCHKNECHT ET AL. (1995) found a value of 0.08% for the world wide crude oil transports using tankers. This value includes the spillage in smaller accidents. The loss of imports is estimated for the LCI at 0.001% per 100 km for crude oil imports. This sums up to total losses of 0.03% for the two assumed import scenarios. The losses are considered as emissions of oil & grease (in the case of crude or kerosene imports) in an amount of 0.1 g/tkm. estimates in #1 based on #2 and #3