Advanced emission reduction technology enables shipowners to operate in the increasing number of emission control areas worldwide without compromising payload or incurring additional operating expenses
Shipowners face high uncertainty when picking engines and fuel systems for a newbuild. The design must ensure that a ship remains compliant and competitive over its lifetime to meet or beat greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions regulations and targets.
With the arrival of 2020 and the global sulphur cap, much has changed in the marine industry – and is still changing. When it comes to fuel sulphur limits, exhaust gas cleaning and scrubber technology, it can be difficult to sort out the facts and to understand what they really mean. In her blog, The Emissions Compliance Corner, Kate Schrøder Jensen is working to change that
Alfa Laval PureSOx is the leading scrubber solution for meeting SOx emissions limits to comply with the 2020 global sulphur cap. With PureSOx Connect, a growing portfolio of data-driven services, PureSOx is even more comprehensive and future-proof
A new GHG Pathway Model from the latest Maritime Forecast to 2050 report can help the maritime industry to assess and prepare for the effects of regulatory and technological change in reducing world fleet greenhouse gas emissions
Riviera’s Marine Propulsion Webinar Week gives vital insights into cutting-edge design and technology driving safe, green, efficient and commercially viable vessel operations. Each 45-minute webinar features a panel of maritime professionals expert in their chosen fields.
A two-day programme that delivers insight into the latest innovations in hybrid, hydrogen fuel cell and electric technologies and how they can provide significant reductions in fuel consumption, maintenance costs and emissions.
Riviera’s Vessel Optimisation Webinar Week delivers vital insights into maximising voyage and vessel efficiency. Each 45-minute webinar features a panel of maritime professionals expert in their chosen field.
Beginning Monday 8 March, we will be holding a series of daily webinars, each meticulously researched and organised in response to the ever-growing need to find compliant, efficient and reliable propulsion solutions.