Classification

  • OE15: FLNG fundamentals remain strong

    For decades, the number of large offshore resource discoveries has outstripped the onshore sector, and the significance of floating production and storage remains a distinct growth opportunity, despite oil price volatility, says Class NK, stand 4D155.

  • DNV GL: rotating equipment focus

    Many pieces of rotating equipment are operating below optimum capacity, affecting production costs, revenues and resulting in unexpected down time. DNV GL has been working together with operators to help unlock the potential of their existing rotating equipment.

  • DNV GL combines tools to aid operational...

    Many pieces of rotating equipment are operating below optimum capacity, affecting production costs, revenues and resulting in unexpected down time. DNV GL has been working together with operators to help unlock the potential of their existing rotating equipment.

  • China Classification Society forms branch in...

    China Classification Society (CCS) on 4 September opened a branch in Cape Town, South Africa. The new branch is expected to enhance co-operation on shipping, shipbuilding, as well as ship maintenance with African countries, said the branch's newly appointed general manager Xu Xiao.

  • Kirby selects ABS to provide classification and...

    ABS, a leading provider of maritime shipping and offshore classification services, has been selected by Kirby Corporation to provide classification and International Safety Management certification for 11 push boats, the company said in its press release.

  • ClassNK conducts independent verification of Iino...

    Recently, as concern surrounding global warming heats up, environmental management is no longer limited to investors. There is an ongoing rise in companies that undergo business evaluation from stakeholders and openly disclose how they are tackling environmental issues.

  • MTR100: Venture into the Norwegian Subsea Valley

    All matters maritime and subsea are seemingly intertwined into the Norwegian DNA. For the tenth anniversary of the “MTR100,” our Oslo-based contributor William Stoichevski ventures into Norway’s “Subsea Valley” for a look at the emerging tech and trends

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Posidonia: RINA Group Launches Gas Centre of Excellence

In response to the EU masterplan and the increased interest in the use of LNG as a fuel, RINA will launch the company’s “Gas Centre of Excellence” at Posidonia (Stand 3.211). This important initiative will gather together the experience from RINA’s gas experts across the group including D’Appolonia, CSM, RINA Services.
 

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Posidonia 2016: Maritime energy is diversifying in response to future trends

The volatility of oil prices, the ever changing regulatory framework and the projected exponential growth of global deep sea shipping tonnage are the factors likely to define the future energy requirements for the sea transportation industry according to propulsion system makers and classification societies who are among the 1.850 exhibitors gathered in Athens this week for Posidonia 2016, the world’s most prestigious maritime event.

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ABS Nautical Systems enables next-generation vessel performance

ABS, a provider of classification services to the global marine and offshore industries, has unveiled ABS Nautical Systems Vessel Performance – a comprehensive software solution developed in response to continued demand for tools that improve vessel efficiency, reduce costs and facilitate emissions reporting and compliance.

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Fujiwara Takes the Helm at ClassNK

Maritime Reporter & Engineering News visited Koichi Fujiwara, the newly installed Chairman and President of ClassNK, in his Tokyo headquarters for his insights on the global maritime market at large as well as the future direction and mandate of class.
 

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