Accreditation for Hamworthy Krystallon scrubbers on list of emerging technologies has followed the US EPA’s decision to accept exhaust gas cleaning systems as a viable means of reducing emissions.
Hamworthy Krystallon has claimed the first commercial order for technology capable of meeting new EU regulations on fuel emissions from ships, that does not require owners to switch to high cost distillates.
Hamworthy Krystallon reports that it has agreed a significant contract with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) to supply a scrubber system on an 84,000m3 Liquified Petroleum Gas tanker being constructed for Solvang.
With the 0.1% fuel sulphur cap entering into force in ECAs on 1 January 2015, owners need to be prepared. The new rules are now less than three years away, and there is still some confusion.
While facing increasingly competitive and often volatile market conditions, ship operators have the added challenge of finding cost-effective solutions to all-pervasive environmental controls; David Tinsley looks at some of the options.
Wärtsillä Hamworthy has announced an agreement with ro-ro cargo operator Wilh Wilhelmsen to retrofit the vessel ‘Tamesis’ with a Krystallon exhaust gas cleaning system on its main and auxiliary engines.
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