Shipbuilding

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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

Hyundai orders six dual-fuel methanol engines from MAN

Hyundai’s shipbuilding division has ordered dual-fuelled methanol engines for six 17,000-TEU container ships to be built for Maersk Line. The MAN B&W G95ME-C10.5-LGIM engines will be built by Hyundai’s engine machinery division and will operate…

25.10.2022
Shipbuilding

Construction of innovative research vessel underway at AAM

U.S. yard All American Marine (AAM) has been awarded a contract to build a research vessel for the University of Hawaii at Manoa and the University of Hawaii Foundation (UHF) on behalf of the Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology (HIMB). Construction of…

24.10.2022
Shipbuilding

TKMS hands over first of four Egyptian frigates

The Egyptian Navy has taken delivery of the first in a series of four MEKO® A-200 EN frigates, Al-Aziz, from thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) at a handover ceremony in Bremerhaven. The occasion also marked the naming of the second ship in the…

21.10.2022
Shipbuilding

SAL Heavy Lift orders electric cranes from Liebherr

Hamburg-based SAL Heavy Lift has ordered eight electric heavy-lift cranes for four Orca-class newbuildings from Liebherr. Each vessel will have two LS 800 E cranes with a maximum lifting capacity of 800 tonnes and a radius of 39m, but which can lift…

19.10.2022

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