Any Light at the End of the Tunnel for Tankers?

MSI's Tim Smith reveals when to expect the tanker market to recover.

'Carbon Robust’ Approach to Meet CO2 Regulations?

DNV GL

DNV GL - Maritime released the Maritime Forecast to 2050, further developing its concept of "carbon robust" ship design.

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Jiangnan Shipyard Wins AiP for LNG JUMBO Ship Design

LNG Jumbo design

Jiangnan Shipyard gets (AiP from DNV GL for the “LNG JUMBO” Flex LNG carrier design.

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China Is the World's Leading Maritime Nation, Report Shows

China

China is the top international shipping nation according to a new report presented today at SMM.

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Hapag-Lloyd Praised for Green Ship Recycling

DNV GL awards certificate to Hapag.Lloyd for ship recycling pracices

Hapag-Lloyd has received the “DNV GL Excellence Green Star” certificate.

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LNG-Fueled 23,000 TEU Behemoth in the Making

DNV GL

DSIC, DNV GL to develop a new 23,000 TEU LNG fueled ultra large container vessel.

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Cargill on the Hunt for New CO2 Reduction Technologies

Jan Dieleman, president of Cargill’s ocean transportation business

Cargill launches CO2 Challenge to find and scale new technologies capable of reducing a ship’s CO2 emissions.

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DNV GL: Classification More Relevant Than Ever

Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO of DNV GL – Maritime; Remi Eriksen, DNV GL Group President & CEO; Ioannis Chiotopoulos, DNV GL’s Regional Manager South East Europe, Middle East & Africa

DNV GL: In an increasingly complex and challenging market, the role of classification society is more relevant than ever.

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DNV GL to Class RCL’s Icon Class Newbuilds

Royal Caribbean cruise ship

DNV GL has secured a classification contract for Royal Caribbean International’s new ICON Class vessels.

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IACS: Adapting to Industry Change Requires Cooperation

The world's biggest classification societies need to pull together to adapt to the rapid pace of change in the industry.

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Oshima Developing New Marine Fuel

A new fuel which aims to meet all air emission regulations is being developed.

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Owners Advised to Prepare for Cold Conditions in the Arctic

Owners calling at ports in Canada and the Arctic region should prepare for cold conditions.

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MARPOL Revisions to Enter into Force from March 2018

Amendments to MARPOL Annex V will enter into force on March 1, 2018, according to DNV GL.

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Containership, Gas Fleets to Grow by 150 Pct by 2050

The container shipping and gas fleets are expected to see a rise of almost 150 percent by 2050.

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Det Norske Veritas Becomes DNV GL's Majority Owner

Det Norske Veritas now owns a majority stake in classification society DNV GL.

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Wison LNG Distributor Granted AiP by DNV GL

Wison Offshore & Marine's LNG Distributor design has received an approval in principle from DNV GL.

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DSIC Gets DNV GL AiPs for Shuttle Tanker, Crane Unit Designs

DSIC has received certificates from DNV GL for new shuttle tanker, column-stabilized crane unit designs.

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Dreifa Floating Regasification Unit Gets DNV GL AiP

Classification society DNV GL has granted an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Norway’s Dreifa Energy for ...

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Uptake of LNG as Fuel Slower than Expected

In 2012, DNV GL predicted that by 2020, the LNG-fuelled fleet would comprise around 1,000 vessels. Three years ...

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Standardisation to Drive Shipping's Digital Transformation

Standardisation can enable the effective collection, storage, exchange, analysis and use of data, while ...

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises to Save Fuel with DNV GL Design

Design changes for the new Hapag-Lloyd Cruises passenger expedition ships, which were made as a result of working ...

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Kongsberg Gets 1st DNV GL Cyber Security Type Approval

Norwegian technology company has received the first DNV GL cyber security type approval for its K-IMS system, a ...

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