9 March 2015 7.E50.1 – Estimated Index Values of New Ships 1 Introduction 1.1 Policy context As of January 1st 2013, all new ships have to meet a minimum value for their Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI). The EEDI is a measure of a ship’s efficiency under standardized conditions, expressed by the amount of CO 2 emissions per tonne-mile.
Estimated Index Values of Ships 2009-2016 This report has also calculated the estimated EEDI of new ships, using the empirical relation that the EEDI is about 10% lower than the EIV. Amongst the ships built in recent years, there are at least 20% which have an estimated
Estimated Index Values of New Ships Analysis of EIVs of Ships That Have Entered The Fleet Since 2009 Since 2013 new ships must comply with design efficiency standards: their Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) has to be better than the average for a comparable ship built between 1999 and 2008.
Analysis of EIVs of Ships That Have Entered The Fleet Since 2009. s of January 1st 2013, all new ships have to meet a minimum value for their Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI). The EEDI value ships have to meet is a function of ship type and
All ships built after 1 January 2013 need to have an Energy Efficiency Design Index. This measure of design fuel efficiency needs to be better than a reference value which depends on the ship type and size. This study analyses the development of the design efficiency of ships that …
Brand new ships are definitely valued most. Private yachts (ships) that has been used for 2–3 years will be given a 30%+ haircut. Private yachts (ships) older than 5 years are in deep discount. Commercial ships like liners or cargo ships have a different valuation system. Most lenders would be able to give you a good estimate upon inspection.
4 A reference line is defined as a curve representing an average index value fitted on a set of individual index values for a defined group of ships. 5 One reference line is developed for each ship …
Recent regulatory changes in China regarding the use of modern vessels has brought about mayhem in the market for second hand ships, as ship onwers are scrambling to comply to the new rules.
Definition: The amount in USD millions required to replace the vessel with a brand-new ship of an equivalent specification. VV$ Matrix Definition: Matrix of market values for generic (standard specification) vessels by type and year of build.
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