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Monthly Archives : March 2021

The 0.5% Sulfur Ceiling And Other Numbers Ruling The Waves

As the world looks back at the devastating effects of 2020, we prefer to look ahead, to the revitalized renewal of maritime commerce in a post-pandemic future. Many numbers come to mind.

Comments Off on The 0.5% Sulfur Ceiling And Other Numbers Ruling The Waves / 31st March 2021

autonomous ship

Mayflower Autonomous Ship Project Supported by UK Hydrographic Office With Key Marine Geospatial Data

The data provided by the UKHO spans high resolution gridded bathymetry, tidal height and surface current data, and geospatial restriction and constraints data for the Plymouth Sound region, providing MAS with a definitive view of the seabed in UK coastal waters.

Comments Off on Mayflower Autonomous Ship Project Supported by UK Hydrographic Office With Key Marine Geospatial Data / 24th March 2021

New Members of Steering Committee Announced by Sea Cargo Charter

The Sea Cargo Charter provides a global framework for aligning chartering activities with responsible environmental behavior to promote international shipping’s decarbonization.

Comments Off on New Members of Steering Committee Announced by Sea Cargo Charter / 23rd March 2021

Brazil-bound FPSO Anita Garibaldi to get TMC Compressors

TMC will deliver a large marine compressed air system to FPSO (floating, production, storage and offloading vessel) Anita Garibaldi.

Comments Off on Brazil-bound FPSO Anita Garibaldi to get TMC Compressors / 22nd March 2021

hydrogen technology

Joint Venture to Deliver Hydrogen Fuel Cells to the Marine Sector Confirmed by Ardmore Shipping

Investment marks a significant step in Ardmore’s energy transition strategy – supporting low carbon technologies and reducing CO2 emissions for its fleet and beyond

Comments Off on Joint Venture to Deliver Hydrogen Fuel Cells to the Marine Sector Confirmed by Ardmore Shipping / 17th March 2021

zero carbon

InfinityMAX Concept Vessel Design Unveiled by Stena Bulk, Challening Conventional Thinking

The InfinityMAX concept, which is designed to carry both dry and wet cargoes in modular compartments, is built with several new core principles that, accumulatively, represent a paradigm shift in cargo transportation.

Comments Off on InfinityMAX Concept Vessel Design Unveiled by Stena Bulk, Challening Conventional Thinking / 10th March 2021

AqualisBraemar

AqualisBraemar Appointed for Brazil-bound Knutsen DP2 Shuttle Tanker by COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Industry

COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Industry (zhoushan) Co., Ltd has appointed energy and marine engineering consultancy AqualisBraemar to perform DP and BLS system FMEA on a shuttle tanker the Chinese shipyard is building for Norwegian shipowner Knutsen NYK Offshore Tankers.

Comments Off on AqualisBraemar Appointed for Brazil-bound Knutsen DP2 Shuttle Tanker by COSCO SHIPPING Heavy Industry / 9th March 2021

BazePort Seea

New On-demand Content Service, BazePort Seea, Built for Deep-sea Merchant Vessels

Now, BazePort is launching a new service that has been bespoke built to the requirements of deep-seea vessels demand. It is established under the name BazePort Seea.

Comments Off on New On-demand Content Service, BazePort Seea, Built for Deep-sea Merchant Vessels / 9th March 2021

International Women's Day

International Women’s Day 2021

WISTA’s work in gender diversity and their role in supporting women in the maritime sector will be a major part of the co-operation with APEC SEN in establishing the development of a Certificate Course on Empowering Women in the global maritime industry.

Comments Off on International Women’s Day 2021 / 8th March 2021

bio-lng

Another Two Years ‘Runway Extension’ for GHG Reduction Compliance Given for Every 10% of Bio-LNG Drop-in

New analysis from SEA-LNG, the coalition for accelerating LNG as a marine fuel, has determined that for every 10% of bio-LNG dropped in and blended with LNG as a marine fuel, a vessel can achieve two extra years’ compliance with the Annual Efficiency Ratio (AER) curve used to secure preferable funding under the Poseidon Principles.

Comments Off on Another Two Years ‘Runway Extension’ for GHG Reduction Compliance Given for Every 10% of Bio-LNG Drop-in / 3rd March 2021

safety benchmark

DNV Type Approval Certification for Preventing Thermal Runaway Gained by Sterling PlanB

Marine and industrial energy storage expert, Sterling PlanB (SPBES) has announced that it is now fully certified under new 2020 class rules for commercial vessel batteries set out by classification society DNV.

Comments Off on DNV Type Approval Certification for Preventing Thermal Runaway Gained by Sterling PlanB / 2nd March 2021

highspeed internet

Highspeed Internet to be Delivered to Wasaline’s Aurora Botnia by AecorLink

AecorLink will provide an updated version of the shore to ship microwave system to match the stable, low latency and highspeed internet services offered to passengers on the new top modern ferry Aurora Botnia.

Comments Off on Highspeed Internet to be Delivered to Wasaline’s Aurora Botnia by AecorLink / 1st March 2021