The largest percentage of expenditure in fishing operations using motor boats is Fuel Oil (BBM) which amounts to 40-50% of total operating costs. Inorder to ensure the smoothness and accuracy of the distribution of subsidized fuel for fisheries businesses, the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries issued Ministerial Regulation KP No.13 of 2015 concerning guidelines for the implementation of the issuance of recommendation letters for the purchase of certain types of fuel oil for capture fisheries businesses. In this study, an evaluation of the formulation was carried out to determine the estimated consumption of fuel subsidies on fishing vessels measuring 10-30 GT with Gill Net and Bubu fishing gear in Bintan Regency. In the calculation process, the estimated fuel consumption for fishing vessels must consider several aspects, namely the type of fishing gear, the distance to the fishing location, the power on the main and auxiliary engines, as well as the fuel coefficient and specific gravity used. Therefore, it is necessary to estimate fuel consumption by calculating the operating mode on each type of fishing gear. This is intended as an effort to provide a more precise estimate of fuel consumption. The method used in determining fuel estimates is with two different scenarios. In scenario I, the calculation of fuel consumption uses the formulation of Permen-KP No. 13 of 2015, with the formula used in the main engine is the power of the main engine, namely the Cfo and the duration of the capture operation per trip, while for the estimated measurement of the consumption of auxiliary machines, it is calculated 20% of the estimated fuel of the main engine. On the other hand, based on scenario II, the formulation of fuel consumption estimates still uses the formulation of Permen-KP No. 13 of 2015, but the evaluation is carried out by adding calculations of the catch operation time according to the type of Gill Net or Bubu fishing gear, the distance to the capture location, and the power of the auxiliary machine used. The results of this study found that there were differences in fuel consumption in the two types of fishing gear in each scenario. In scenario II, a ship using Gill Net fishing gear requires a greater fuel consumption of 44% thana ship with Bubu fishing gear. In addition, scenario II recommends adding 43% fuel for Gill Net ships and adding 39% fuel for Bubu ships. With this scenario II modeling, theproduction contribution obtained during the application of scenario II increased by 15% on the Gill net fishing gear and 17% on the Bubu fishing gear.
|IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
|Published - 2023
|2nd Maritime Continent Fulcrum International Conference, MaCiFIC 2022 - Tanjungpinang, Virtual, Indonesia
Duration: 27 Sept 2022 → 30 Sept 2022
- Fuel estimation
- Gill Net
- Production Result