Shipping activities as energy users generate air
pollution and Greenhouse Gas emissions. One of the
potential mitigation actions that can reduce these
emissions is by utilizing the shore connection at the port.
The purpose of this study was to obtain a profile of
emissions from vessels anchored at the Terminal Teluk
Lamong, East Java, Indonesia as well as the potential for
reducing emissions and the efficiency of ship fuel costs.
The study used mixed method, by analyzing ship visit
data to obtain a profile of emissions produced from
anchored vessels and the potential of the emission
reduction of vessels that have used shore connection
facilities, and also were analyzed through in-depth
interviews with port operators, shipping companies and
regulators. The study shows that CO2 is the highest ship
exhaust emission, while air pollution was dominated by
NOx, SO2 and CO. Terminal Teluk Lamong, which has
just implemented shore connection since January 2019,
can accomplish fuel cost efficiency by the average of
Keywords : Shore Connection; Vessels Emissions; Cost and Environmental Benefit; Greenhouse Gas Emissions.