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Shell and Alfa Laval to develop GCU

Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited and Alfa Laval have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop a gas combustion unit (GCU) suitable for liquid hydrogen carriers. The GCU is an essential safety component for the…

05.12.2022
Shipbuilding

Terntank orders wind-/methanol-ready hybrid tankers

Danish shipping company Terntank has ordered two 15,000dwt chemical/product/biofuels tankers with environment-friendly propulsion from Chinese yard China Merchants Jinling. The order includes options for two repeat vessels. The vessels will have…

05.12.2022
Shipbuilding

NIOZ research vessel to be built by Astilleros Armon

Dutch ocean research agency NIOZ has selected Spanish yard Astilleros Armon to build a research vessel. A final contract is expected to be awarded soon. Armon came ahead in an EU-wide tender for the vessel. It is scheduled to be delivered in summer…

02.12.2022
Shipbuilding

Baltic Enabler named in Zeebrugge ceremony

The 28,000dwt ConRo, Baltic Enabler, has been named in Zeebrugge; Belgium, and christened by Anette Johansson, wife of Wallenius Sol managing director, Ragnar Johansson. The 242m-long vessel, with Super 1A ice class, has a cargo capacity of 6,442…

08.11.2022
Shipbuilding

Philly Shipyard wins deal to build Aloha-class container vessels

U.S. shipbuilder Philly Shipyard has won an order from shipping company Matson Navigation to build three 3,600-TEU Aloha-class container vessels powered by LNG dual-fuel engines. The order is worth about US1 billion. The new vessels are contracted…

08.11.2022
Shipbuilding

Partners to receive EUR 5 million grant for hydrogen-powered tanker project

Teco 2030, Shell and other partners have been awarded a EUR 5 million grant for the development of HyEKoTank, a project to retrofit an 18,600dwt products tanker with a 2.4-MW fuel cell system from Teco 2030 and 4,000kg of compressed hydrogen storage…

07.11.2022
Shipbuilding

Ulstein begins Windea Leibniz upgrade

The 2017-built offshore wind service operation vessel (SOV), Windea Leibniz, has returned to its building yard, Ulstein Verft,  for modifications that will enable the ship to support offshore wind projects in a wider range of conditions. Upgrade of…

07.11.2022

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