Fuel oil (BBM) contributes ± 35% (thirty five percent) of ship operating costs where this is based on calculations in a journal written by Muslihati about Analysis of Ship Operating Costs at various Load Factors of Pioneer Transportation in 2012 and one of the shipping engineering experts Poelsh, H. from the University of Hannover. In addition to the problem of costs, the use of fuel is closely related to the issue of environmental pollution.
The conditions of the existing ports are as follows:
There is no available shore connection facility for electricity distribution from land to ships that are anchored,
Electricity needs on ships when leaning on the dock still use oil / diesel ship engines / generator sets,
The cost of using BBM is relatively high which affects the ship's operational costs,
The level of air pollution due to fuel combustion emissions is quite high.
ONE STOP SERVICE TERMINAL
Marine Power Supply (MPS) more efficient, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly than gensets that use diesel fuel, this is evidenced from the calculations as attached as for the difference between the use of diesel fuel as a power producer compared to using an electric plug-in of Rp 2,005,038, or efficiency of 15.54%. The concept of electricity supply service can also be integrated with the supply of fuel to ship fuel when sailing and water. Therefore this concept can also be called One Stop Service Terminal.
In collaboration with PT PLN (Persero) as an electricity provider, PT Pertamina (Persero) as a provider of fuel, and PT Pelindo 3 (Persero) as a port owner, PT Pelindo Energi Logistik serves ships that dock at the port owned by PT Pelindo 3 (Persero ) related to electricity, fuel and water needs by providing One Stop Service Terminal facilities in the form of:
Shore Connection Power Supply is stored to supply electricity from PT PLN (Persero) to ships that are anchored.
Fuel Tanks and Fuel Pipes to store and distribute BBM as ship fuel.
Water Pipe and Truck to distribute clean water to ships.