In October, a landmark transfer of LNG took place at the Norwegian port of Herøya, from the 15,600 m3 small-scale LNG carrier Coral Energy to the terminal on shore, using the Universal Transfer System (UTS).
Recent months have seen further important developments in hybrid energy systems for offshore support vessels with a platform supply vessel in which a hybrid power system replaced a generator and support for battery power from the NOx fund
The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments will come into force on 8 September 2017, and so competition among ballast water management suppliers is intensifying
The drive towards intelligent ships and energy efficient hybrid propulsion systems is being embraced by Norwegian maritime technology companies as they strive to retain their position at the forefront of innovation
Norwegian shipbuilders are advancing their path towards increasing diversification to ensure their survival through the dearth of orders from the offshore sector. In doing so they are intending to provide for longer-term prosperity
Riviera’s one-day Offshore Wind Journal Conference is the premier regional event for data gathering and networking with vessel owners and operators. It is a must-attend for established players, new entrants and those contemplating this exciting market.