Identifying potential efficiency improvements on your ship or rig

How it works

We work with you to determine current conditions and your power requirements, and then carry out the survey by observing and measuring onboard equipment such as cranes and winches; engines, gensets, and thrusters; accommodation and hotel loads; lighting; and cooling systems. We analyse scenarios from low or normal loads to peak loads and mission-critical tasks such as dynamic positioning.
We use data from onboard or clamp-on meters as required, and we work with the vendors who supplied equipment for your ship or rig. Throughout the process, we work closely with your crews, carefully observing all onboard regulations and security measures. If we observe any damaged or degraded equipment during our survey, we notify you immediately.

Hard facts

Let's improve!

Get the hard facts about power consumption

How much power does it take to run each subsystem on your ship or rig? And what can you do to use less power? SHG Energy experts can carry out a full Energy Survey on board. You get a report with a detailed overview of the current situation plus full recommendations for improvement.

Full report with all relevant details

When the Energy Survey is completed, you get a full report with a clear indication of the results for each relevant subsystem. We identify possible improvements, estimating the cost, potential savings, effect, and benefits to you. The report can be read and understood even by non-technical personnel and comes with all relevant data to support our findings.
An Energy Survey on its own saves no energy, but it will help you prioritise your improvement efforts. From tune-ups and adjustments over changes in operational patterns to retrofits, refurbishment, and rebuilding, there are many ways of improving energy efficiency on board. With an Energy Survey from SHG Energy, you can easily choose the one that is right for you.


Benefits of higher energy efficiency
•    Reduced greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
•    Compliance with customer demands for carbon-reduced services
•    Lower OPEX and improved competitiveness