Royston Diesel Power has doubled the size of its UK engineering facilities to support its marine engine and technology growth.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has launched a new project which aims to develop and demonstrate a Waste Heat Recovery System for ships that could deliver fuel efficiency savings of at least 8%.
Royston has introduced a new comprehensive engine diagnostic, health check and consultancy service.
Damian McCann, enginei product manager at Royston diesel power, says that the MEPC’s recent call for the reporting of vessel fuel consumption highlights the growing importance of advanced fuel management systems.
Royston Limited has completed an engine overhaul on the Bluewater-owned offshore floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, Haewene Brim.
Maltese towage operator Tug Malta has specified the Royston 'enginei' fuel consumption monitoring system for its newest tug, currently under construction at the Zamakona yard in Spain.
Cameron Lawson has joined UK company Royston as sales manager for diesel engine repair and maintenance services.
UK engine company Royston says that three weeks of intensive work by its engineers was praised by offshore operator Solstad after a ship was found to need an urgent engine overhaul before resuming work off West Africa.
Swiber Group company, Newcruz Offshore Marine Services, has become the first Asian customer for Royston’s enginei fuel management system, which has been installed onboard one of Swiber’s OSVs.
Diesel engine service company Royston has been appointed as UK service centre for Napier turbochargers, ensuring that Napier customers in the UK receive only official spare parts from the Napier factory.
Diesel engineering specialist Royston has been appointed as the UK Service Centre for Napier Turbochargers.
UK company Royston has completed the first stage of a 30,000h engine overhaul of the Subsea 7-owned ‘Rockwater 1’ dynamically positioned dive support vessel.
According to UK engine services company Royston Limited, in the current commercial environment, ship owners are actively looking for ways to reduce operating costs.
UK company Royston Ltd says that its engineers, based in two centres in diametrically opposite parts of the world, can be called upon to support any type or age of marine diesel engine, wherever it might be.
A Maersk AHTS vessel has been fitted with the Royston Enginei system to monitor its fuel consumption, which will enable both crew onboard and technical staff onshore to understand how the ship is being worked, hopefully leading to lower fuel costs and reduced environmental impact.
Diesel power engineering company Royston has introduced a new version of its Enginei fuel management system.
Diesel engine specialist, Royston, has successfully completed the overhaul and maintenance of a range of engine components for a platform supply vessel undergoing a scheduled service at Babcock’s Rosyth facility.
Royston Limited has won a substantial contract to fit a fuel monitoring system on ten Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) vessels.
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