Paper evaluates energy-saving devices for GHG compliance and propulsion technologies for abatement potential and cost
Gibdock extends sustainability skillset to include graphene-based fouling release coatings
Rolls-Royce and MB92 Group are entering a formal working partnership to provide sustainable propulsion and energy management systems for the global fleet of existing superyachts
Rawabi Vallianz Offshore Services (RVOS) vessels will be equipped with Praxis dynamic positioning systems
The industry will need to accelerate investment in carbon capture technology if it is to achieve net zero by 2050
The Sept- December issue of DryDock features Bardex, Rotor Sails, the WASP project, HEMEXPO, Clarksons Research, YSA Design, MarineShaft, ASRY, BLRT and Remontowa, amongst many others
In the past four years, at least four vessels have capsized during drydocking operations.
DNV has launched new guidelines for Onboard Carbon capture Systems on board ships
In Germany, two pilot projects are under way for the dismantling of obsolete ships with the environmentally friendly waterjet abrasive suspension system.
Selektope keeps hull of world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship barnacle-free despite 22-months stationary in biofouling hotspots
Royston’s specialist marine engineering team has completed essential repair and a service work on a power plant system onboard the Spirit of Portsmouth
A Cruise & Ferry repair analysis at work at Palumbo, Remontowa, SMS, and PrimeServ
With CCS-Ready scrubbers now being sold at pace, Wärtsilä’s studies across a range of vessel types come as next step in rapidly accelerating trajectory for CCS in shipping
Arctia’s multipurpose icebreaker gets a fresh coat of durable paint
AkzoNobel says it will help shipowners save $100k a year from the new EU carbon levy
Tufton’s Kamsarmax Bulker Installed With Anemoi Rotor Sails Expected To Save 10% of Fuel & Emissions Annually