Owners Not Ready to Give Up Control to Smart Ships

Orca AI: Maritime industry slow at adapting solutions vital to avoiding collisions.

Stena Bulk Invests USD 55 Million in Scrubbers

Stena Bulk

Stena Bulk to install exhaust gas cleaning systems on sixteen of its vessels. 

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WSS, Airbus Start Shore-To-Ship Drone Delivery Trials

Airbus Skyways drone

The Skyways drone can transport payloads of up to 4kg as far as 3km from the coast.

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NYK Develops Software that Helps with Ship Berthing


NYK, together with MTI and JMS, develops a system that assists with vessel berthing.

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Alfa Laval to Provide BWTS for Bulkship Management Fleet

Alfa Laval Bulkship Management

The agreement also includes commissioning and training.

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Nedmag, TIMAB Magnesium Introduce Solution for Scrubbers


Nedmag and TIMAB Magnesium to develop, offer magnesium hydroxide in scrubbers.

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Shipowners Not Ready to Give Up Control to Intelligent Ships

Orca AI: Maritime industry slow at adapting solutions that are vital to avoiding collisions.

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Songa Container Orders Scrubbers for Its Entire Fleet


Songa Container has decided to equip its entire fleet with exhaust gas cleaning systems.

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Open Loop Scrubbers Viable for 80-90 Pct of Global Shipping


Open loop scrubbers are still viable for 80-90 percent of global marine transport.

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Hydrogen Fuel Appeal Growing, Drive Train Provider Says

Ville Parpala, Director, Product Marketing of Marine Solutions

Hydrogen produced using electricity from renewable sources is a carbon-neutral fuel.

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More Shipowners Join CSA 2020 in Support of Scrubbers

RoRo vessel MV Titus

The Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 increases membership to 35 owners, operating almost 2,500 vessels.

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Drewry: Scrubbers Increasingly Attractive for VLGC Owners

Dorian LPG vessel

Drewry: Charterers prefer scrubber-fitted ships for long-term contracts, for keeping fuel bills in check.

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Portuguese Ports Get Wärtsilä VTS Systems

Wärtsilä VTS

The new systems will allow just-in-time pilotage.

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Genco Secures Financing for Scrubber Installations


Genco Shipping closed financing for scrubber installations on 17 of the company's Capesize vessels.

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Pasha Hawaii Tests Main Engine for Its 1st LNG-Fueled Ship

Pasha Hawaii's first LNG-fueled containership

Pasha Hawaii completed main engine factory acceptance testing for its first LNG-fueled containership.

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Ship with ZPMC Cranes Set for Husky Terminal Touchdown

Husky Terminal

The West Coast’s largest container cranes will be capable of serving two 18,000-TEU container ships at the same time.

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Maersk Tankers to Equip Four LR2 Ships with Scrubbers

Maersk Tangier

Maersk Tankers to install four scrubbers on selected LR2 vessels.

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Shipowners Not Very Concerned about Scrubber Discharge Bans

Othman: Shipowners that have already chosen scrubbers do not seem to be very concerned about recent bans.

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Owners Urged to Look Beyond 2020 Compliance Solution

Ship bunkering

Auramarine: Marine sector should look beyond the initial choice of compliance solution ahead of the sulphur cap.

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Corvus Wins Huge Battery Package Order for Hybrid Vessels

hybrid-powered ships

Corvus Energy contracted for the marine world's largest battery package for a hybrid vessel.

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Interview: The Ins and Outs of Scrubbers

Erik Haveman, Sales Director, Exhaust Gas Cleaning, Alfa Laval

Alfa Laval believes that the business case for scrubbers is very compelling.

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K Line Moves Ahead with New System for Ship Hull Inspection

coal carrier

K Line and Technos Mihara launch a project using drones for ship hull inspection and maintenance.

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Sea Europe: Shipyards Ask for EU Funds to Achieve 2050 Goal


Shipbuilders, manufacturers need EU funds to meet the 2050 maritime strategy.

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Bilfinger to Install Scrubbers on Seventy Ocean-Going Ships


Scrubber contracts top EUR 100 million (USD 113.5 million) in value.

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CSA 2020: Scrubbers Are Safe for the Ocean Environment


CSA 2020 presents results of a three-year study of the composition and quality of scrubber washwater.

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Port of Virginia Wraps Up Stack-Yard Works at VIG

Virginia International Gateway (VIG)

Virginia's VIG completed another step in its expansion project with the launch of container stack No. 1.

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