Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery
BWMC edges closer to completion
BWMC edges closer to completion
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery October/November 2014
Two more flag states ratified IMO Ballast Water Management Convention in October, bringing the legislation closer to entering into force. First, Japan deposited its instrument of accession to the ...
CIMAC focuses on Tier III
CIMAC focuses on Tier III
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery October/November 2014
The CIMAC Circle session held during the SMM event in Hamburg in September considered the latest progress in solutions for meeting the Tier III requirements for NOx emissions abatement. The seminar ...
Winning the race to be second
Winning the race to be second
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery October/November 2014
I am writing this in Copenhagen at the end of the inaugural Danish Maritime Forum and week-long Danish Maritime Days programme. Whether the forum proves to be a catalyst for the grand themes that ...
Marpol deadline dominates Fuels, Lubes & Emissions Technology Conference
Marpol deadline dominates Fuels, Lubes & Emissions Technology Conference
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery news desk 30 October 2014
Day one of the Fuels, Lubes & Emissions Technology Conference saw a range of lively and thought-provoking discussions and debate from an array of international speakers, panellists and ...
Fuel switching requires a change in crew practices
Fuel switching requires a change in crew practices
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
Managing the switch to fuels with a maximum 0.1 per cent sulphur is something that crews on vessels trading to EU ports were obliged to learn back in January 2010. At the time, the new lower limit ...
Abatement solutions increase their operating envelope
Abatement solutions increase their operating envelope
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
As stricter marine regulation on emissions comes closer to taking effect, a number of new fuel abatement solutions have entered the marketplace. These also show the importance of energy efficiency, ...
Carnival starts US$400 million scrubber project
Carnival starts US$400 million scrubber project
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
Carnival Corp is installing scrubbers on more than 70 vessels across its various fleets in a project that will last three years and cost of about US$400 million. This sum will cover the design, ...
Shipping faces bills costing billions
Shipping faces bills costing billions
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
Putting a price on meeting the sulphur emission standards is a complex task and one fraught with uncertainties but an attempt to do this was presented earlier this year at the opening of Alfa ...
Clean Marine confident in its technology
Clean Marine confident in its technology
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
As deadlines get closer for owners to make decisions on how they will meet low-sulphur emission requirements, particularly in the North Europe emissions control area (ECA) from January 2015, ...
Europe’s economy depends on scrubbers
Europe’s economy depends on scrubbers
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
Scrubber technology will play a critical role in Europe’s economy, believes Don Gregory, technology and solutions director for Gulf Oil Marine and director of the Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems ...
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