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RINA launches Efficient Ship notation

International classification society RINA has launched a new voluntary notation to clearly identify new ship

MAN Diesel & Turbo Ready to Support Tier III Maritime Age

IMO decision to move forward with Tier III rules underscores MAN view that pushing technology readiness is

ClassNK Releases Design Support Tools for EEDI Verification

Leading classification society ClassNK has released the new PrimeShip-GREEN/MinPower software. PrimeShip-

Intertrac software creates a splash in hull coatings

AkzoNobel’s Marine Coatings, a producer of advanced International hull coatings, has developed Intertrac – a

ClassNK Executive Vice President Appointed to Green Award Foundation Board of Experts

The Netherlands-based Green Award Foundation has announced that ClassNK Executive Vice President Tetsuya

CLASSNK-NAPA Green Software unlocks significant fuel savings during “K” LINE full-scale trials

NAPA, the leading global maritime software house, and ClassNK, one of the world’s leading classification

Maersk Line increases business while reducing CO2 footprint

Maersk Line published its Sustainability Progress Update for 2013, showing a 3.8 million tonnes CO2 reduction

Japanese Shipbuilders Lead the World with Green Technologies

New international regulations, such as those to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships, along with the

Yara Expands Emission Business Acquiring Majority Stake in Green Tech Marine

Yara International will expand its emissions control business by acquiring a majority 63% stake in Green Tech

DFDS chooses GreenSteamTM fuel saving solutions

GreenSteamTM, a technology company specialising in energy saving solutions for commercial vessels, Friday

Port program provides incentives for at-berth ships to burn low-sulfur fuel

The Port of Seattle will continue to offer incentives to ocean carriers and cruise lines to burn low sulfur fuel

Isle of Man Offers ‘Green Ship’ Incentives

The Isle of Man Ship Registry has announced that from 1st April 2014 it is introducing new incentives for ship

IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee meets for 66h session

The Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) meets

Unprecedented Opportunities in LNG Shipping

Delegates to Gastech 2014 were told that there were enormous growth opportunities with the development of

LNG Carrier chooses Wärtsilä’s new game-changing 2-stroke low-pressure dual-fuel engine as main propulsion

The new Wärtsilä low-pressure, 2-stroke, dual-fuel engine (DF), that meets the demand of the market, has

“Cross Over Rudder”– Becker Marine Systems Enables a Further Increase in Energy Efficiency in the Shipping Industry

By developing the „Cross Over Rudder“ the world leader in ship rudders, Becker Marine

Wärtsilä takes dual-fuel technology to next level by introducing Wärtsilä 46DF engine

The introduction of the new Wärtsilä 46DF engine emphasises Wärtsilä’s leading position in dual-fuel

Emission control - with fatal consequences

IMO requirements for emissions are forcing engine manufacturers to lower emissions to almost impossible

A brighter future for the marine industry thanks to MTS

The marine industry is a highly complex and exceptionally competitive entity, in which operators of vessels and

Maximizing LNG Ship Efficiency Through Integrated Optimization

Part of my job is performing pilot installations of our systems onboard many types of ships, which is both
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