Hurtigruten Expeditions and its long-time connectivity partner, Speedcast, began initial testing and integration of Starlink’s LEO service onboard the fleet in March.
Following IMO MSC 105, material steps were taken towards formulating an international regulatory framework for Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS). However, outstanding questions on terminology and scope must be tackled for regulatory work to progress, says Captain Marko Rahikainen, One Sea Ecosystem Lead
Rotor Sails, also known as Flettner Rotors, are an energy saving technology. The mechanical sails are comprised of tall cylinders which, when driven to spin, harness the renewable power of the wind to provide auxiliary propulsion to vessels which significantly reduces fuel consumption and lowers harmful emissions entering the atmosphere by 5-30%.
The port of Rotterdam stakeholders will be able to participate and benefit from an untappable, multi-user quantum network for their critical communication systems.
Swiss marine power company WinGD introduced an on-engine version of its popular iCER system, enabling the emissions reduction technology to be installed without impact on engine footprint. The development is part of WinGD’s commitment to making decarbonisation as simple and quick as possible for ship operators
Hurtigruten Norway has launched its first environmentally-upgraded battery-hybrid powered ship, MS Richard With. It is the first of seven in the Coastal Express fleet to be upgraded, and now features technology that will significantly reduce both CO2 and Nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions.
The International Maritime Organization is shining a spotlight on the role of emerging technologies to support a green transition of the maritime sector into a sustainable future. During the World Maritime Day 2022, on 29 September, celebrations will focus on the theme of ‘New technologies for greener shipping’, providing a platform to showcase inclusive maritime innovation, research and development, and the demonstration and deployment of new technologies.
Kongsberg Digital (KDI) has delivered a full mission K-Sim Dynamic Positioning (DP) Simulator to MOL Marine & Engineering (MOLMEC) for the new MOL Dynamic Positioning Training Centre (MOL DPTC) in Tokyo, Japan.
Fischer Panda UK has announced that the new ePanda Series 8.0, comprising a new 5kW electric shaft drive, will make its world debut at METSTRADE 2022. This latest advancement in smart electric power technology from German manufacturer Fischer Panda has been developed in response to strong demand for complete power solutions for low-powered recreational craft.
Maritime technology company Fischer Panda UK is to debut its new Panda Series 8.0 at Metstrade 2022 in Amsterdam, November 15-17.
Maritime industry leaders came together to discuss the latest advances in sustainability and digital classification, regulatory developments and market trends at the annual ABS Greater China National Committee Meeting.
A digital ecosystem accessible to all stakeholders is emerging to enable the transition to a circular economy in shipping, but new global regulations are needed to drive the shift as the industry lags other sectors in realising huge value creation potential, according to Varuna Sentinels.
Abu Dhabi, November 1, 2022 – Global technology and industrial software leader Emerson (NYSE: EMR) has been named the “Oil and Gas Inclusion and Diversity Company of the Year” at the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference (ADIPEC) 2022 Awards – a
recognition given to the company for its efforts to drive diversity, equity and inclusion in the industry.
Al Masaood’s Group Industrial is participating in the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition & Conference (ADIPEC), between 31 st October and 3 rd November, at
Al Masaood, in their 23 rd consecutive participation in ADIPEC, will showcase a number of innovative products and integrated tech-powered solutions, with emphasis on sustainability in various sectors such as Energy, Power, Petrochemicals, and Utilities. From within the Group Industrial, Al Masaood will feature the Projects & Engineering Services Division (PESD), the Power Division, the Commercial Vehicle & amp; Equipment Division (CV&E), and the Rentals Division.
WinGD’s latest generation of X72DF-2.1 engines will power 25 vessels as part of the QatarEnergy’s North Field East (NFE) project, the biggest LNG carrier newbuilding project in history. The 50 dual-fuel engines which feature the new on-engine iCER were selected by multiple shipyards and shipowners highlighting strong confidence in WinGD’s proven and reliable low-pressure dual-fuel engines.