Methanol Is Ready for Use as Marine Fuel

Methanol-powered

Methanol is ready to go as a marine fuel now, and could be playing a much bigger role post-2020.

UAL HOUSTON: BODEWES ECO TRADER 8700 DWAT, ALL THAT ...

Despite the challenging times in the Dutch shipbuilding industry, Bodewes Shipyards’ ethic is to invest ...

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The future is unmanned – part 2

The 3i Project, acronym for Integrated Coastal Zone Management via Increased Situational Awareness through ...

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Work boats for the next frontier: Deep water ...

Two Dutch shipbuilders reveal their solutions for the ever further out at sea, ever deeper operations of the ...

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Dutch maritime innovations honoured

On 8 November, the maritime industry gathered in the Cruise Terminal Rotterdam to honour the innovative character ...

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Grassroots technology: Hydro power turbines start small ...

Underwater turbines are ready for commercial use. Tocardo has developed a turbine that runs in the tidal stream at ...

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Offshore with 5 stars

Atlantic Marine Services B.V. (AMS) has within a short time become one of the leaders in the North Sea ...

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The vision of… René Vermeulen

To be and to stay profitable is important for ship owners. Therefore it is a must to explore every possibility for ...

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What does the future hold?

As 2013 looms, it is time to take a look at what 2012 has brought the maritime and offshore industries. Various ...

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Guest column: Hunting in 2013

If Steve Jobs chooses to have the yacht of his dreams built by a Dutch shipbuilder, you know that you’re the ...

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Inflated worth for the maritime industry

Workboats. A title applicable to many vessels. Rigid-inflatable boats or RIBs, light-weight but high-performance ...

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Think on your feet

Accidents will always happen. It does not matter how advanced your equipment is, errors are usually human and as ...

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THARSIS: SHIPYARD DE KAAP LIFTS THARSIS SEA-RIVER ...

Tharsis, a Kaapcoaster 2300, the first of her type, specially developed for coastal sea/river trading, was built by ...

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NASSIMA: ACICO YACHTS PUTS ITSELF ON THE MAP WITH 49 ...

One of the attention grabbers at the latest Monaco Yacht Show was undoubtedly motoryacht Nassima. The yacht was ...

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REIMERSWAAL: HIGH-SPECCED TRAILING SUCTION HOPPER ...

Reimerswaal Dredging has been active in the sand and gravel mining industry for 45 years. Since 1995, the company ...

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Never avoid a challenge: New offshore accommodation ...

Kept secret for months, on 17 October 2012 the news could finally be revealed: Titan Offshore Modules, a new ...

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Silver jubilee for METS

From 13 tot 15 November, the international marine leisure industry heads to the Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre in ...

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Sustainability between Dordrecht and Rotterdam

Ingrid de Bondt, Deputy of Transport of the Dutch province of South Holland, had the honour of christening the ...

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Ready to cut steel: Offshore Ship Designers deliver ...

Efficient incorporation of advanced technology in the daily operation of working vessels, together with clear and ...

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Maritime industry in the spotlight

Introducing the maritime industry to the public and the government, that is the goal of the second edition of the ...

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The vision of… Ard-Jan Kooren

Thinking outside the box. That is important to Ard-Jan Kooren, CEO of maritime service provider KOTUG. ...

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Made in Holland: Next generation chase vessels

The seismic industry is momentarily closely watching the Netherlands. Engineering company Saltwater Engineering, ...

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Guest column: Dashing expertise

Yesterday I was asked whether I could ‘dash off’ a ‘quick column’ of 450 words discussing ...

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Successful Damen Bergum Star Evolving into Adult Planet

The 13,500 ton deadweight Combi Freighters (CF13500) have been a success series for Damen Shipyards for years. A ...

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Technologically Advanced Survey Vessel from Shipyard De Haas

Ship owner Geo Plus started business near Groningen in the north of the Netherlands about 18 years ago. Throughout ...

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Exciting Developments for Zeeland Seaports

The past year was successful for Zeeland Seaports. The transshipment in the port fared better than expected with an ...

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Forerunners Anticipate LNG Transition

Maritime companies preparing to start using LNG as a propulsion fuel are teaming up to establish safe and reliable ...

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The Future is Unmanned

Several organisations, like port authorities, police and environmental organisations, monitor the activities of ...

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