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Ship&Offshore
19.06.2024
Shipbuilding

Wärtsilä systems expected to deliver 5% fuel savings on MR tankers

Technology group Wärtsilä has announced it will supply its EnergoFlow and EnergoProFin propulsion systems to four medium-range (MR) tankers in the International Seaways (INSW) fleet. The devices will be used to upgrade the ships’ existing Wärtsilä…

Ship&Offshore
18.06.2024
Shipbuilding

Kongsberg Maritime announces fuel-efficient bulker design

Kongsberg Maritime has unveiled what it calls a 'Super-Efficient Bulker' vessel design concept. Together with Finnish ship designer Deltamarin, it has developed a vessel design that aims to demonstrate that compliance with future regulations is…

Ship&Offshore
17.06.2024
Offshore

New offshore charging solution for fully electric CTVs

Damen Shipyards Group has developed a new concept for offshore charging, offering a way to reduce emissions during the operational phase of an offshore wind farm. The system envisages a fully electric crew transfer vessel (CTV), which can charge at…

Ship&Offshore
17.06.2024
Shipbuilding

Houlder assists in design of methanol bunker vessel

London-based ship design and engineering firm, Houlder, has announced significant progress in its participation in the UK’s Shipping and Port Interfaces in New Era (SPINE) project with the design of a 10,000m3 methanol bunkering vessel.

The SPINE…

Ship&Offshore
14.06.2024
Offshore

JV established to decommission tidal turbine

Scotland’s Ocean Kinetics and London-based Green Marine UK have set up a joint venture to undertake the decommissioning of the OpenHydro tidal energy platform in the Orkney Islands.

Dublin-based OpenHydro, established in 2005, was the first…

Ship&Offshore
14.06.2024
Shipbuilding

KR to participate in ammonia project

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed at Posidonia in Athens (Source: KR)

Ship&Offshore
11.06.2024
Offshore

Damen unveils electric FCS at Seawork

Damen has chosen the Seawork show in the UK’s Southampton to release details of a fully electric Fast Crew Supplier (FCS) vessel. The FCS 3210 E has been developed in response to calls for a larger crew transfer vessel and is based on the company’s…

Ship&Offshore
11.06.2024
Shipbuilding

Second Islay ferry launched in Turkey

Caledonian Maritime Assets Limited’s (CMAL) second ferry, the MV Loch Indaal, has been launched at Cemre Marin Endustri shipyard in Yalova, Turkey. It will join sister ship, MV Isle of Islay, which was launched in March, serving the Scottish islands…

Ship&Offshore
10.06.2024
Shipbuilding

Vessev unveils hydrofoiling passenger craft

New Zealand marine engineering firm, Vessev, and the country’s largest ferry operator, Fullers360, have revealed details of a new electric hydrofoil craft that is designed to provide passenger transport in Auckland.

The VS-9 will be certified this…

Ship&Offshore
07.06.2024
Ship Operation

Hammonia joins Suezmax pool

Hamburg-based ship management company, Hammonia Reederei GmbH & Co. KG has joined the Stena Sonangol Suezmax Pool, a joint venture between Stena Bulk and the Angolan state oil company, Sonangol.

Part of the agreement will involve the German owner’s…