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  • GTT nets LNG carrier order

    GTT is to supply its Mark III Flex technology for an LNG carrier (LNGC) being built by Japan’s Imabari Shipbuilding Co Ltd. 27 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Transas simulator for Argentinian training centre

    The Centre for Marine Engineer Officers and Chief Engineers in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has taken delivery of a Transas Marine Engine Room Simulator ERS 5000 TechSim. 24 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • South African Shipyards enhances cost management

    South African Shipyards is updating its costing process with a new cost management system, CostFact, to ensure its latest naval projects feature cost efficient solutions. 23 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Low sulphur fuel concerns

    The UK P&I Club says that concerns remain over the use of low-sulphur fuel, largely because many countries have their own bespoke requirements with differing rules and costs across jurisdictions. 23 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Mercy Ships selects Evac waste system

    Waste technology expert Evac has been selected to supply its total waste management system to the world’s largest newbuild civilian hospital ship, the 'Atlantic Mercy'. 22 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • MTU and Akasol collaborate on energy storage

    MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH is joining forces with Darmstadt-based Akasol GmbH to develop battery systems for MTU’s hybrid and e-drive propulsion systems. 22 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Bahamas drill ship repair

    Grand Bahama Shipyard Limited (GBSL) has completed repairing the 228m drill ship ‘Stena Forth’ ten days ahead of schedule - a job which challenged the yard’s traditional way of approaching project development and execution. 21 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Lloyd Werft to build cruise ship quintet

    Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven (LWB) has signed a letter of intent for three ocean-going cruise liners understood to be of around 120,000gt and two top-end inland cruise ships, writes Tom Todd. 21 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Biofuel regulations threaten tanker productivity

    A spot survey of product tankers has revealed that few are prepared for impending regulations on the monitoring of biofuel discharge, according to Rivertrace Engineering. 21 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • GTT North America prepares for LNG lift-off

    As GTT North America prepares to deliver the first LNG bunker barge in the US, general manager Aziz Bamik speaks to The Motorship about the milestone project and how the company plans to develop along with the continent’s burgeoning LNG market. 20 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Selektope antifouling receives EU approval

    A new antifouling agent from Swedish firm I-Tech, Selektope, has been approved for EU-wide use by the European Union Standing Committee on Biocidal Products. 20 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Next-generation LNG carrier concept revealed

    A project between DNV GL, Hyundai Heavy Industries, GTT and ship owner GasLog has concluded with a LNG carrier concept offering claimed energy efficiencies of around 8%, with a 5% increase in cargo capacity. 20 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • New order for Sinopacific Shipbuilding

    China's Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group has won a bid for the construction of nine AHTS vessels for Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and its wholly-owned subsidiary, ESNAAD. 20 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Wärtsilä Ship Power reorganised amid redundancies

    Wärtsilä has renamed its Ship Power division Marine Solutions, and announced plans to make around 600 redundancies, as it reorganises the unit in light of the “sluggish global marine market”. 20 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • LNG ferry commissioning problems resolved

    Ship operator Cassen Eils, Fassmer Shipbuilding Company and Wärtsilä Corporation have resolved commissioning issues that delayed the naming and maiden voyage of the €30 million dual-fuel ferry ‘Helgoland’ over the weekend. 20 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Royston engine overhaul for OSV

    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. 16 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Thordon Bearings secures MSC Cruises order

    Thordon Bearings is to supply its COMPAC water-lubricated propeller shaft system for the first of two Seaside-class cruise ships currently under construction at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone yard. 16 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Emissions monitoring: the continuous approach

    15 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • IMO revisits fuel quality dilemma

    Chris Moxon and Beth Bradley of leading maritime law firm Clyde & Co examine the difficulties caused by conflicting fuel quality measurement standards, which were the subject of discussion once more at the recent meeting of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC). 15 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Assessing future fuels

    In a recent report classification society DNV GL has taken a long-term look at some of the most likely fuel options for ship operators aiming to meet increasingly stringent emissions targets. The analysis focuses on three aspects: affordability, sustainability and safety. Gavin Lipsith reviews the findings. 15 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Dancing with the FPSOs

    There’s a challenge inherent in tying up alongside a turret moored FPSO, triggering what may be an important evolution. 15 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • An Axe for defence

    There’s more to offshore support than meets the eye, writes Stevie Knight. Especially in countries that, along with a large gas and oil output, have a booming piracy sector. 15 Jul 2015 - The Motorship