Latest Equipment News – Page 3

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    BV AiP for remote comms system

    2024-06-17T14:42:00Z

    Bureau Veritas has approved a new communication system developed by remote vessel technology specialist, Seafar

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    Shell opens its first megawatt charger in Amsterdam

    2024-06-17T11:14:00Z

    Shell has just opened its first megawatt charging facility in Amsterdam as the oil major looks to continue its expansion into the renewable energy sector with a shore-to-ship solution.

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    10th hybrid chemical tanker for Tärntank

    2024-06-14T14:52:00Z

    Kongsberg Maritime has won a deal to design and equip a tenth hybrid chemical tanker for Danish operator, Tärntank

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    Green H2 production planned for Rio

    2024-06-14T14:36:00Z

    Brazil’s Eletrobras has teamed up with infrastructure company Prumo to produce green hydrogen in the Port of Acu in Rio de Janeiro

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    Kongsberg’s new ‘Super-Efficient Bulker’ concept slashes fuel costs

    2024-06-13T13:38:00Z

    Kongsberg new ’Super-Efficient Bulker’ aims to slash fuel costs even for vessels running conventional fuels

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    Green Marine and Vopak team up on methanol supply

    2024-06-13T12:41:00Z

    Green Marine Fuels and Royal Vopak are teaming up to secure port storage facilities for green methanol in two key Chinese ports

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    Finnøy’s silent propulsion systems in action

    2024-06-12T13:10:00Z

    Norway’s Finnøy has supplied state of the art silent propulsion systems to two research vessels, South Korea’s Tamhae III and New Zealand’s Kahoa II.

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    Berg Propulsion lands Louis Dreyfus Armateurs contract

    2024-06-12T09:52:00Z

    Berg Propulsion secures Louis Dreyfus Armateurs propulsion package for wind-assisted Airbus ro-ro vessels

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    A future in the making

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Among a clutch of companies giving effect to the concept of an unmanned ship, robotic subsea technology exponent Ocean Infinity has commissioned a flotilla of offshore vessels specifically designed for eventual remote control from ashore, writes David Tinsley

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    Fjord1 to operate four autonomous ferries on domestic service

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Fjord1, the Norwegian domestic ferry operator, has signed a contract with the Norwegian Road Administration to operate four autonomous, electric ferry newbuildings on the crossing between Lavik and Oppedal, the company said in a statement.

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    Cheaper supply and regs Needed to support MeOH use

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Wallenius Wilhelmsen, the Oslo based PCTC and logistics group, has doubled an order for 9,350 CEU capacity Shaper class methanol dual fuel ammonia ready vessels at China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd to eight, with a further four units still under option.

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    Electrification expanding beyond the passenger segment

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Full electrification of deepsea vessels may be some time off yet, but the outlook isn’t as grim as some might suggest.

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    Bulk carrier life cycle assessment quantifies benefits of energy-saving technologies

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    The CHEK project’s analysis of the emissions reduction potential that multiple energy saving technologies would have on a Kamsarmax bulk carrier paves the way for decarbonisation solutions and more accurate ESG reporting.

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    Mid-term measure debate will Dominate runup to MEPC82

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    The 81st meeting of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) in London on 18 to 22 March 2024 was held the week after the Intersessional Working Group on the reduction of Green House Gases (ISWG-GHG 16).

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    Largest MAN ES SCR for Mitsui E&S

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    MAN Energy Solutions has announced the production of a 3.9m diameter Cluster 5 Double Layer SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) catalytic converter for MITSUI E&S Co., Ltd. The SCR unit - the largest the company has ever built - comes ammonia-ready.

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    Unwrapping the FuTube package

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Wärtsilä’s FuTube is a modular system, but each component is available separately, SLS Sales director Panu Sorvisto explained to The Motorship. “That’s the beauty of it; it allows for flexibility.”

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    Supporting Shipping’s Decarbonization Towards a Carbon-Free Future

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    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 – and the critical importance that safety will have to play in shaping the implementation of new fuels.

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    VCR narrows gap between dual-fuel two-stroke designs

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Early orders indicate that WinGD’s latest advance to its X-DF platform could answer some of the challenges associated with low-pressure dual-fuel engines.

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    Sterntube failures on the rise

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Increasing numbers of vessels are suffering failures in their stern tube bearings, according to SLS Technical Manager, Engineering, Jose Antonio Vazquez and 90% of them are in the aft bearing. And he believes he knows why. “Increased pressure over operators and crews to meet targets makes them take risks,” he said.

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    IntelliSafe is caring for bearings

    2024-06-12T07:00:00Z

    Wärtsilä SLS’s IntelliSafe bearing uses sensors to provide immediate information to control oil flow in the event that there is a risk of metal-to-metal contact, which would result in expensive damage to the bearing and the shaft.