Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery
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 ...
The risks and rewards of scrubbers
The risks and rewards of scrubbers
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
There was a moment of revelation during the Marine Propulsion Conference in April. One session was devoted to scrubber technology and the session’s chairman, Riviera Maritime Media’s ...
Scrubber performance following installation
Scrubber performance following installation
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
The introduction of low sulphur limits within IMO Emission Control Areas (ECAs), due to be implemented 1 January 2015, has caused headaches for shipowners and operators for many months now. Deciding ...
Emissions monitoring: NOx compliance and control
Emissions monitoring: NOx compliance and control
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
As far as Tiers I and II go, ships themselves are not strictly subject to the rules as it is the engine that needs to be compliant. A vessel which has replacement engines fitted will need to comply ...
Emissions monitoring  options proliferate
Emissions monitoring options proliferate
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
Emissions monitoring: engines Even before Annex VI came into force, engine manufacturers were busying themselves ensuring that their products would not fall foul of the first hurdle it was likely to ...
Owners come into  line on emissions
Owners come into line on emissions
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery /FL&ET 2014
As implementation of the 0.1 per cent sulphur limit in emission control areas (ECAs) in Europe and North America at the beginning of 2015 gets closer, some ship operators in Europe are expressing ...
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