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18
Apr 2019

According to Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd. (WinGD), a few recent high-profile orders confirm that confidence in LNG as a marine fuel is growing to include a broader range of vessel types, beyond LNG carriers, such as chemical and crude oil tankers, asphalt carriers and container feeders.

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17
Apr 2019

In partnership with MAN Energy Solutions, Alfa Laval’s Fuel Conditioning Module (FCM) LPG has undergone tests with the first two-stroke, high-pressure marine engine to use LPG as fuel – and has also been evaluated for use with ammonia.

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17
Apr 2019

The ships’ hybrid design is important for two main reasons; firstly to improve environmental stewardship and secondly to reduce operating costs by evolving to full electric propulsion,’ says  Paul Catsburg, director of the vessel replacement programme at BC Ferries.

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17
Apr 2019

The terminal storage operator says that its strategic review and testing of market value has been ‘successfully completed’, and it is looking to target 1-3 industrial terminal opportunities in 2019-2020.

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17
Apr 2019

The marine insurer has published articles aimed at assisting owners and charterers in preparing their charterparties for IMO 2020.

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16
Apr 2019

GEA has received an order for 20 CatFineMaster systems from a Chinese shipbuilding company, and the systems will be installed on 10 oil tankers that are being built for a Danish company by 2020.

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16
Apr 2019

The deal with AVIC International Leasing Co. is expected to increase Scorpio Bulkers’ liquidity by a total of $62.4 million, including a tranche of up to $9.8 million for the installation of scrubbers on the six vessels.

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16
Apr 2019

The Electronic Bus Link (EBL) from Yaskawa Environmental Energy / The Switch (The Switch) connects the 18,151 GT North Sea Giant’s DC-Hubs, providing ‘complete redundancy, enhanced efficiency and significant fuel savings’.

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15
Apr 2019

Partner Paul Dean has been appointed as the new head of the law firm’s global shipping practice and a member of the global Management Board.

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15
Apr 2019

The company has cancelled options to build its third and fourth 7,500 cbm LNG carriers at Keppel Nantong ‘by mutual agreement’, and has turned to Nantong CIMC Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering Co. (SOE) to construct the vessels, with options to build two more.

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