Maersk Line is the first shipping line to receive independent verification of its CO2 emissions data, vessel by vessel. For customers like Starbucks Coffee Company, this means more transparency.
For the second consecutive year, Inmarsat has been awarded ‘Best Satellite Service Provider of the Year’ in recognition of its leadership and excellence in the telecoms sectors of South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.
In future international operations Swedish fighter craft can be used. But then it must be possible to load and unload the boats on larger ships for further transport. Two Swedish fighter craft is now being tested in the Netherlands and in UK.
Like sister ship Oasis of the Seas, the Wärtsilä engines installed in Allure of the Seas have common-rail systems, ensuring lower fuel consumption and reduced emissions, giving smokeless operation at various engine loads.
According to the International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT), H2S content in liquid could produce an equivalent atmospheric concentration in the ratio of 1 (by weight) to 100 (by volume).
Berg Propulsion’s innovative feathering controlled pitch propeller has been selected by United Faith (Hong Kong) Group subsidiary Celestone Marine Engineering Co. Ltd, as part of a deal that looks to equip up to four state-of-the-art semi-submersible heavy lift vessels with complete propulsion systems.
Rolls-Royce, the global power systems company, has signed an agreement with STX Engine Co. Ltd. STX Engine, based in Korea, will become a packager ofRolls-Royce industrial gas turbine generating sets in the Asia Pacific region.
Vizada, the leading independent satellite communications provider, today launches its proprietary VSAT (Very Small Aperture Terminal) fixed satellite communications service, the latest addition to its maritime broadband portfolio.
Five dual-fuel MAN 51/60DF engines form propulsion plant for LNG vessel ‘Castillo de Santisteban
Hamworthy Serck Como has secured a new order for its Multi Stage Flash (MSF) Evaporators, the technology regularly specified by leading cruise ship owners as the means of producing fresh water from seawater to meet World Health Organization (WHO) potable water standards.