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BWMS bucks the trend of problematic operations
A BWMS has demonstrated its reliability in the face of a survey which exposed the systems as problematic and inoperable. 18 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Sonar technology to help Arctic research vessel safety
Sonar technology is anticipated to be a key safety feature of a polar research vessel currently being constructed. 17 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Complying with MRV reporting requirements made easier
Existing users of NAPA monitoring and systems can now benefit from an update which enables easier compliance with EU emissions monitoring regulation. 17 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
BWMS gains USCG approval
US operators could benefit from a US Coast Guard approved electrochlorination-based BWMS system. 16 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Upgraded software delivers fuel savings
Upgraded software from ABB is delivering measurable efficiency gains to Stena Line’s 'Stena Scotia' freight ferry. 16 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Compact waste heat recovery system saves fuel
Ship owners and operators could see fuel savings of up to 8% with a redesigned compact waste heat recovery system. 15 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Carrier demand masked by LNG oversupply issue
The recent focus on LNG market oversupply and the growth in export capacity is masking the continuous increase in demand. 15 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
FSRUs key to enabling new LNG markets
The increasing role of Floating Storage Regasification Units is making some feel very upbeat about the LNG market. 14 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Over a third of BWMS problematic or inoperable
Ship owners and operators have reported in a survey that 43% of BWMS are either inoperable or have problematic operations. 14 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Low power chemical BWMS is USCG type approved
A low power consumption chemical injection ballast water management system (BWMS) has received USCG type approval. 11 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Single engine ice class trawlers fit for adverse conditions
Fisherman can operate in the Barents and North Atlantic with two new Ice3 class fishing trawlers fitted with Wärtsilä engines. 10 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Drone vessel survey first for DNV GL
DNV GL has taken a step up with its survey work by conducting its first offshore vessel survey using drone technology. 10 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Fuel efficiency measured through engine performance software
Ship operators can verify fuel savings, evaluate engine data and understand operating conditions and efficiency through new engine performance software. 09 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Project seeks to address ships’ biofouling
A new project which seeks to protect marine ecosystems from the negative effects of invasive aquatic species has been given the green light. 08 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Ship owners get ballast water breathing space
The MEPC’s decision to extend the installation timeframe for the Ballast Water Management Convention was one of the biggest – and most controversial – decisions to come out of its seventy-first sitting. 08 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
First steps on the path to decarbonisation
The IMO made its first tentative moves towards its anticipated greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction strategy at MEPC 71 and an intersessional working group meeting last month. Unni Einemo, IMO representative for the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA), was there. 08 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Slow uptake hinders NOx technology progress
Equipment manufacturers have yet to reap the rewards of investment in Tier III NOx abatement technologies, according to updates from the two leading low-speed engine designers. 08 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Hybrid propulsion to reduces Antarctic vessel emissions
The owners of an Antarctic cruise ship aim to reduce its emissions through a hybrid power electric and propulsion system. 07 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Streamlining ship design and production to cut costs
Two industry heavyweights are looking to offer operators new solutions to better streamline integration between early stage design and production planning. 07 Aug 2017 - The Motorship
Building the case for battery powered OSVs
Battery technology is set for increasing application in the offshore sector, according to the authors of a recent study by researchers at Marintek and the Norwegian School of Economics. 07 Aug 2017 - The Motorship