Latest Equipment News – Page 12

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    Reimagined propeller boss cap demonstrates the power of research in boosting ship efficiency

    2024-03-07T13:17:00Z

    Driven by a research partnership, the Holy Boss Cap is a hydrodynamic solution that delivers multiple benefits for ship owners face increasingly tough regulatory requirements and rising operational costs, writes Dr Batuhan Aktas, CEO of EcoMarine Innovations.

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    Corvus to introduce data-driven ESS health testing

    2024-03-07T13:07:00Z

    Corvus Energy has developed a DNV-accepted method for data-driven SOH testing. Corvus Energy is the first marine ESS supplier to provide this service to its customers.

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    Houlder launches ship performance and efficiency analysis tool

    2024-03-07T13:01:00Z

    Houlder, the design and engineering consultancy, has developed a new tool for analysing ship performance and evaluating efficiency options, including energy efficiency technologies.

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    Kistler launches new accelerometers

    2024-03-07T12:56:00Z

    Kistler has announced the introduction of a new series of robust high-sensitivity sensors for modal analysis. The new 8740A and 8788AIEPE accelerometer series are designed to offer more accurate vibration measurements, thanks to lightweighting and a reduction in their noise.

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    Hitachi Zosen to Supply N20 Reactor For First NH3-Fuelled Gas Carrier

    2024-03-07T12:39:00Z

    Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) has announced that it will install a catalytic removal system for nitrous oxide (N2O) reactor developed by Hitachi Zosen on the 40,000 cbm ammonia-fuelled ammonia carrier that is scheduled to be completed in November 2026.

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    Groundbreaking First H2-fuelled 2-stroke Engine Test Completed

    2024-03-07T12:14:00Z

    Mitsui E&S Co., Ltd. has announced the successful first running of a large bore 2-stroke test engine on hydrogen at its Tamano Plant in Okayama Prefecture, Japan. The company reports that the successful combustion was performed on one of the cylinders of a modified MAN B&W two-stroke 4S50ME-T type in October 2023.

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    Autonomous eco-vessel collaboration launches

    2024-03-06T14:25:00Z

    Classification society, Indian Register of Shipping, is teaming up with Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers to foster innovation and sustainability in the maritime industry

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    Signing Ceremony Expands Dual-Fuel MeOH Agreement with CCS

    2024-03-05T17:18:00Z

    At an online ceremony on 27 February 2024, MAN Energy Solutions and China Classification Society (CCS) signed a sub-agreement in line with the Strategic Framework Agreement (SFA) the two parties previously agreed in September 2023 in Beijing. The SFA, on Decarbonisation and Digitalisation in the maritime industry, is scheduled to last for five years.

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    CANADIAN FERRY OPERATOR BUILDS ON HYBRID POWER

    2024-03-05T17:13:00Z

    Closely following the award of a four-ship contract in Europe, Canadian operator BC Ferries has launched a project involving up to seven larger vessels. The nomination of hybrid electric power is common to both investment phases.

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    Valencia’s ammonia bunker fuel study

    2024-03-05T17:03:00Z

    Fundación Valenciaport is working on a study on the safety of ammonia, which proposes to lay the foundations for its use as a fuel for ships.

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    Green H2 plans for England’s north-east

    2024-03-05T17:03:00Z

    Green hydrogen pioneer Lhyfe has unveiled plans for its first UK plant to support companies in the drive to decarbonise their manufacturing and transport operations.

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    CARBON CUT ON UK SHORT-SEA LINKS

    2024-03-05T17:03:00Z

    Embarked on a technologically-pragmatic decarbonisation strategy, UK short-sea specialist P&O Ferries has reduced its carbon footprint by almost 50,000t in 2023.

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    Trafigura acquires NW European biofuel supplier

    2024-03-05T17:03:00Z

    Commodities specialist Trafigura announced on 4 March that it was acquiring the European assets of one of Europe’s largest suppliers of biofuels, Greenergy. The acquisition, which remains subject to regulatory approval, will add physical production and distribution of renewable fuels to Trafigura’s biofuels business.

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    New continuous SO₂/CO₂ analyser for regulatory exhaust monitoring applications

    2024-03-05T17:03:00Z

    Danfoss IXA, an exhaust emission monitoring solutions specialist, has announced the introduction of a state-of-the-art SO₂/CO₂ analyzer designed specifically for scrubber applications.

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    Azipod propulsion for new Canadian Arctic icebreaker

    2024-03-05T17:03:00Z

    Seaspan Shipyards has awarded ABB a contract to deliver an integrated propulsion system for the first of the Canadian Coast Guard’s next-generation polar class icebreakers.

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    Enova to provide funding for Hoegh Autoliners NH3-fuelled PCTC pair

    2024-03-05T17:02:00Z

    Höegh Autoliners ASA has been awarded a NOK146 million (almost US$14m) grant from Enova towards the cost of enabling two of their Aurora class pure car and truck carriers to operate on ammonia as a fuel.

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    ClassNK approval for MFSV design

    2024-02-29T13:50:00Z

    ClassNK has awarded AiP for the design of a multi-functional floating offshore windfarm support vessel developed by K Line Wind Service

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    BIO-UV GROUP OPENS NEW TRAINING FACILITY

    2024-02-29T13:04:00Z

    BIO-UV Group, the manufacturer of the BIO-SEA ballast water management system, has opened a new 1,200m² maritime training, R&D, engineering, and production facility, increasing the footprint of its existing Lunel-based site to 6,400m².

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    Supporting Shipping’s Decarbonisation Towards a Carbon-Free Future

    2024-02-29T12:58:00Z

    Dr Olivier Denizart, Technical Manager at Lubmarine shares some of the key findings on Lubmarine’s latest R&D projects on future fuels including experiments on an Ammonia-fuelled engine that it has modified.

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    Kawasaki Heavy Industries inks MoU, expands fuel cell focus to mobility sector

    2024-02-29T12:19:00Z

    Japanese heavy industrial supplier Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has signed an agreement to jointly conduct research with French-headquartered Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) fuel cell developer and manufacturer, Symbio, into the application of its solutions for mobility solutions.