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Mobile Shore-based Power Pilot Announced

Sep 09, 2019

Five participants will be taking part in a pilot project in Port of Rotterdam Authority  which will focus on mobile shore-based power solutions for sea-going vessels.The project was established by the municipality of Rotterdam and the Port of…

Cosmo Oil Builds IMO-compliant Fuel Stocks at Chiba Port

Sep 09, 2019

Japan’s third-largest oil refining company, Cosmo Oil, , has started building stocks of very-low-sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) for supply to domestic marine fuel markets from next month (October 2019) ahead of the IMO 2020 mandate requiring ships globally to reduce their bunker fuel sulfur content to 0…

Silverstream technology for LNG carriers

Aug 30, 2019

Chinese shipbuilder Hudong-Zhonghua has agreed to integrate Silverstream Technologies’s air lubrication technology in all the new LNG vessels it produces to give high fuel efficiencies, cutting fuel costs by up to 80 percent for both laden and ballast operations…

World’s Largest Electric Ferry Completes Maiden Voyage

Aug 16, 2019

E-ferry Ellen, the world's largest all-electric ferry,  made its first commercial trip connecting the ports of Søby and Fynshav (Denmark).Switzerland-based battery system provider Leclanché SA has powered the vessel, capable of carrying approximately 30 vehicles and 200 passengers…

Damen to Prepare Stad Amsterdam for ‘Green Ambassador’ Role

Jul 22, 2019

On July 18, 2019, a press conference was held at the Willemsoord historic harbor in Den Helder. The subject of the meeting was the mid-life maintenance program of the Clipper Stad Amsterdam, scheduled to take place in Den Helder in late 2019 and early 2020…

Cox Senior Appointments Underpin Outstanding Expertise

Jul 16, 2019

With manufacturing of the much-anticipated CXO300 diesel outboard set to commence this year, Cox Powertrain has announced new management appointments to further strengthen its technical leadership team ahead of production. Head of Quality, Alex Degnen and Technical Director…

High-Spec Engines for OSG ATB Barge

Jun 12, 2019

The newest articulated barge Gunderson Marine is building for Overseas Shipholding Group will be the first in the world to be dual certified as meeting EPA Tier 3 and IMO III emission standards. The barge is reaching this monumental milestone…

IMO's Gender Program in Spotlight

Jun 07, 2019

In a year when promoting and empowering women is a dominant theme throughout the maritime community, International Maritime Organization (IMO) hosted a special event at the Nor-Shipping exhibition (6 June) to highlight the some of the challenges…

Interview: Rolf Stiefel, Winterthur G&D

May 13, 2019

The May 2019 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News features a 10-page feature section on 'Thought Leadership' in the marine power sector. Here we extract and present the interview with Rolf Stiefel, Vice President Sales, Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd…

Port of Kiel Enables Emission-Free Berthing

May 09, 2019

The Port of Kiel’s first shore-based power supply plant for shipping was officially inaugurated at the Norwegenkai on May 9th, said the Baltic region port.With immediate effect, the Color Line’s big cruise-ferries can now be supplied with emission-free electric power from on shore…

Singapore Seeks Marine Digital Transformation

Apr 10, 2019

Singapore's maritime sector is preparing to ride the wave of digitalisation as a means to chart next phase of growth. The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will focus on digitalisation to help companies innovate and improve productivity over the next three years…

Singapore Remains Top Maritime Capital

Apr 10, 2019

Singapore has been ranked the world's top maritime capital for the fourth consecutive time in the Leading Maritime Capitals of the World (LMC) report. The Leading Maritime Capitals report for 2019 is with fresh insight on which maritime metropolises…

ABB to Equip Lindblad' New Icegoing Vessel

Apr 10, 2019

Swiss-Swedish tech giant ABB  is to supply power, automation, propulsion and digital systems for the second icegoing cruise ship to be built for Lindblad Expeditions by Ulstein Verft shipyard.Destined to take exploration cruise guests sustainably and safely on voyages deep into remote polar regions…

ABS Launches Sustainability Center in Singapore

Apr 09, 2019

The American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) has launched a Global Sustainability Center in Singapore as s decarbonising shipping becomes mission critical for the industry classification society.The ABS Global Sustainability Center's mission is to help maritime transition to a sustainable…

Fincantieri Cuts First Steel for Windstar

Apr 03, 2019

Today at Fincantieri’s Arsenale Triestino San Marco shipyard, in Trieste, Italy, first steel was cut for the first of three new ships sections as part of Windstar Cruises’s $250 million vessel overhaul program.Windstar’s Star Plus Initiative is a complex and comprehensive small ship lengthening…

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