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Kongsberg, DNV GL Partner Up On Maritime Digitalization


The duo is looking to reduce time, cost and complexity associated with maritime class and assurance services.

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CSSC, DNV GL to Develop Future-Proof Solutions for Shipping


CSSC, the largest shipbuilding group in the world, enters into a new strategic partnership with DNV GL.

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25,000 TEU LNG-Fuelled Boxship Design Secures AIP

Industry heralds the development of the 25,000 TEU LNG-fuelled boxship.

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DNV GL Unveils ‘Gas Fuelled LPG’ Class Notation

LPG Tanker

The development comes as a way of bridging the gaps present in international regulations for such fuels.

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HHI Gets DNV GL Nod for Three FPSO Designs

FPSO design

These include two mid-sized oil FPSOs, and one gas FPSO.

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DSME Collects Ethylene Carrier Tank AIPs from DNV GL

DSME gets AiP from DNV GL

The AIPs were granted for two new 98,000 cbm ethylene carrier type-B prismatic cargo tank designs.

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Hyundai Heavy Gets AIP from DNV GL for LPG Carrier Design


DNV GL grants AIP to Hyundai Heavy for the design of a very large liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) carrier.

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LNG Is the Most Commercially Viable Alternative Marine Fuel


LNG is the most mature, scalable, and commercially viable alternative fuel currently available for the maritime industry.

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Fuel Flexibility Is Key for Shipping's Lower Emissions Goal


Fuel flexibility is crucial, "as the fuels of today may not be the fuels of tomorrow."

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DNV GL Develops Ship Implementation Plan App

shipping general

Ahead of the entry into force of the sulphur cap, DNV GL introduced a free online application of the Ship ...

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Feeder Ships Ready to Benefit from Hybrid Power Systems

Feeder Ship

Container feeders are potentially a good case for hybridization, according to DNV GL.

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Korea's DSME Joining Forces with DNV GL for Future Projects


The cooperation will address the shipbuilding and offshore plant industries.

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DNV GL, Oshima Team Up on Low-Emission Bulker Designs

DNV GL, Oshima Shipbuilding

A new Ultramax design uses LNG as fuel, an optimized hull shape and a sail to generate extra propulsion.

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DNV GL: LNG Tank Capacity Could Start a New Era in Ship Fuel

LNG carrier

There are now 163 LNG-fuelled ships in operation and a further 155 ships on order.

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DNV GL Names New CEO of Digital Business


Classification society DNV GL appoints Kenneth Vareide as the new CEO of the Digital Solutions business area.

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DNV GL, Keppel to Jointly Promote LNG as Ship Fuel

LNG-fuelled vessel

The deal covers potential LNG newbuilding projects, such as bunker vessels, small-scale carriers and FSRUs.

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270,000 cbm LNG Carrier in the Making

Hudong-Zhonghua Shipyard, DNV GL LNG carrier

At 270,000 cbm, the Chinese vessel would surpass Nakilat's Q-Max LNG carriers.

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DNV GL: ShipInox Wins 1st AiP for OSV-Based LNG Bunker Ship


DNV GL awards AiP to ShipInox for the company's new small-scale LNG carrier/bunker vessel design.

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SHI's Smart Ship Solution Gets DNV GL Compliance Nod

Vidar Dolonen, Regional Manager, DNV GL Korea & Japan (left), and Hyun Jeo Kim, Head of Ship and Offshore Performance Research Center, SHI

DNV GL confirmed that SHI's Intelliman Ship software complies with the EU-MRV and IMO-DCS regulations.

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Remote Surveys for DNV GL Classed Ships Now a Reality

Remote survey

All DNV GL classed vessels can now use the possibility of remote surveys.

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DNV GL Certifies Norsepower's Auxiliary Wind Propulsion

Two 30mx5m Norsepower Rotor Sails onboard the Maersk Pelican

The Rotor Sail Solution has been installed on three vessels and has achieved over 35,000 hours in operation.

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