Container line APL has reduced its CO2 emissions by 48% since 2009.
Spanish shipyard Gondan delivered the first tug in May, with a further vessel to follow.
South Korean shipbuilding company Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries and Russia-based Zvezda Shipbuilding have formed a new joint venture (JV) known as Zvezda-Hyundai in Russia.
ABS, a leading provider of classification and technical services to the marine and offshore industries, has introduced a new service and analysis tool that will allow atypical cargoes on bulk carriers. The software streamlines loading analysis and provides a safer approach to loading atypical bulk cargo.
DNV GL has partnered with Lundin Norway to develop the first step of a solution to predict unplanned shutdowns at the Edvard Grieg production platform, located at Utsira High in the North Sea.
The ability to assess and compare the position-keeping capabilities of a ship equipped with dynamic positioning technology is vital during the planning and design phase and provides valuable operational decision support. The new DNV GL standard ensures verifiable results.
ABS, a leading provider of classification and technical services to the marine and offshore industries, published a report providing insights into how industry is progressing with ballast water management (BWM) systems.
An independent performance verification of a nacelle-mounted Zephir Ltd. lidar has been undertaken by DNV GL on a test site in Janneby, Germany, demonstrating product compliance with best-practice guidelines of the EUDP UniTTe programs – industry benchmarks for the installation of turbine-mounted remote sensing devices.
Surveyors from DNV GL have carried out the classification society's first offshore drone survey on the semisubmersible vessel Safe Scandinavia in the UK North Sea. Owned and operated by Prosafe, the 25,383-gigatonne support vessel (TSV) supports Statoil's drilling operations off the coast of Norway.