Motorship News – Page 11

  • Remi Eriksen, Group President and CEO of DNV
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    Hydrogen could be a missed opportunity: DNV

    2022-06-14T10:24:00Z

    Hydrogen has a crucial role in decarbonising the world’s energy system, but uptake will be too slow, says DNV. 

  • TECO 2030 has launched a hydrogen powered tanker concept, Hy-Ekotank, with partners Ektank AB, Shell Shipping and Maritime, and DNV.
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    TECO 2030 launches hydrogen tanker concept

    2022-06-14T10:20:00Z

    TECO 2030 has launched a hydrogen powered tanker concept, Hy-Ekotank, with partners Ektank AB, Shell Shipping and Maritime, and DNV.

  • Hydrogen induced cracking in a steel surface
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    New guidelines on storage tank materials for alternative fuels

    2022-06-14T10:16:00Z

    Korean Register (KR) has published guidelines on the metal materials suitable for use in eco-friendly fuel storage tanks, such as those used for storing LNG, ammonia, methanol and hydrogen.

  • Hagland's 5,000 dwt self-discharging bulk carrier will be capable of making zero-emission port calls as well as zero-emission discharging of the transported bulk cargo where shore power connections are not available.
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    Hagland’s new self-discharging coaster to be hybrid

    2022-06-14T10:02:00Z

    Dutch maritime energy storage solutions provider EST-Floattech has been contracted by system integrator Hoogendijk Electric to design and deliver the complete battery system for the third Hybrid Coaster for Hagland.

  • ABS and Arcsilea will conduct a technical study on the Future of Ship Energy Efficiency Measures for DG MOVE
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    ABS and Arcsilea to study CII, EEXI and EEDI for the EU

    2022-06-14T09:57:00Z

    ABS and Arcsilea have won a tender from the European Commission, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) to carry out a technical study on the Future of Ship Energy Efficiency Measures.

  • Azamara Onward
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    Damen cruise ship overhaul

    2022-06-13T13:56:00Z

    After an equipment overhaul and conversion to cleaner fuel, Azamara Onward sailed to Monte Carlo for her naming ceremony last month

  • Rotterdam is aiming to make its first patrol vessels emission-free from 2025
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    Rotterdam is aiming to make its first patrol vessels emission-free from 2025

    2022-06-13T11:05:00Z

    The Port of Rotterdam Authority has announced plans to make its first patrol vessels emission-free from 2025, with the aim of significantly lowering emissions from operations at the port.

  • The largest reference of a Hull Vane will be completed in early 2023, when it will be installed on HNLMS Groningen, a 108-metre Holland Class ocean-going patrol vessel.
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    Reference list for Hull Vane grows

    2022-06-13T10:40:00Z

    A Hull Vane® has been delivered to a Royal Netherlands Navy patrol vessel, as interest in the technology grows in naval, offshore and passenger markets.

  • Ha conducted a gap analysis based on the cases of a large LNG carrier and a small bunkering vessel for the requirements of the IGC Code, and a large and a small bulk carrier for the IGF Code.
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    Discrepancies between IGF and IGC Codes could cause confusion

    2022-06-13T10:21:00Z

    Senior Surveyor of Korean Register of Shipping, Seung-man Ha, has published a thesis on the regulatory gaps between LNG carriers and LNG-fuelled ships. 

  • MEPC 78 could not reach agreement on more ambitious GHG targets or on the establishment of the International Maritime Research Board (IMRB) and International Maritime Research Fund (IMRF).
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    MEPC78 fails to agree on revised GHG targets

    2022-06-13T10:06:00Z

    The 78th session of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) met from 6-10 June but failed to reach agreement on more ambitious GHG targets or on the establishment of the International Maritime Research Board (IMRB) and International Maritime Research Fund (IMRF).

  • Stan Tug 1706 ICE
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    New harbour tugs

    2022-06-10T13:06:00Z

    Four new harbour tugs will come equipped with a range of enhanced features tailor-made for the Swedish armed forces

  • WinGD has launched a software-based Engine Power Limitation (EPL) system to enable compliance with the IMO’s EEXI regulations.
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    WinGD launches software-based EPL solution

    2022-06-10T11:44:00Z

    WinGD has launched a software-based Engine Power Limitation (EPL) system to enable rapid and cost-effective compliance with the IMO’s EEXI regulations which enter into force next year.

  • BV, Laskaridis Shipping and METIS Cyberspace Technology are embarking on a pilot project to develop and apply a new BV SMART 3 Class notation.
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    BV advances smart ship notations

    2022-06-10T11:38:00Z

    Bureau Veritas (BV), Laskaridis Shipping and smart tool provider METIS Cyberspace Technology have agreed to embark on a pilot project to develop and apply a new BV SMART 3 Class notation covering the use of augmented data in ship operations. 

  • The AiP covers the conceptual design of an LPG-powered VLGC enabled for future conversion to ammonia fuel.
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    AiP granted for ammonia-ready VLGC

    2022-06-10T11:34:00Z

    ClassNK has issued an Approval in Principle (AiP) for the conceptual design of an ammonia-ready VLGC developed by Mitsubishi Shipbuilding.

  • IMO's MEPC 78 will debate steps to meet IMO ambitions for zero emission shipping by 2050 in June 2022.
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    INTERCARGO: Governments must share the load

    2022-06-10T11:24:00Z

    It would be a mistake to place responsibility for meeting IMO’s zero emission shipping targets fully on the shoulders of the shipping industry, warns INTERCARGO, as the IMO’s MEPC 78 debates steps to meet IMO ambitions for zero emission shipping by 2050 this week.

  • The re-liquefaction performance of SHI's new X-Reli system for low-pressure, dual-gas engines has been verified in testing witnessed by ABS.
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    New SHI reliquefaction system verified

    2022-06-10T11:14:00Z

    The re-liquefaction performance of Samsung Heavy Industries’ (SHI) new X-Reli system for low-pressure, dual-gas engines has been verified in testing witnessed by ABS.

  • The new tug at Damen's Song Cam yard in Vietnam.
    News

    Ports of Auckland welcomes tug Sparky

    2022-06-10T11:08:00Z

    The first full-sized, ship-handling electric tug, Sparky, has arrived in New Zealand’s Waitematā Harbour.

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    Data verification deals

    2022-06-09T08:28:00Z

    DNV signs deals with SHI and Kongsberg Digital to boost data infrastructure verification and uptake

  • The results of the joint industry project (JIP) on solutions to help shipowners and managers comply with upcoming environmental regulations was presented at Posidonia trade fair.
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    Tanker JIP outlines medium-term options

    2022-06-09T06:12:00Z

    Shipyard Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD), ship service company Hyundai Global Service (HGS), and classification society DNV presented the results of a joint industry project (JIP) focused on tankers at a joint technical seminar during Posidonia 2022.

  • Gasum is investigating the possibilities for producing bio methane from ship-generated wastewater.
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    Gasum investigates making biogas from cargo ship wastewater

    2022-06-09T05:54:00Z

    Gasum aims to determine the volume of wastewater ending up in the Baltic Sea and to study the potential to use it in biogas production as part of the Ship Waste Action project.