When in port, the vessel can shut down its engines and rely on a shore based electrical supply for its needs at berth – so called “cold ironing”.
Archives for August 2017
A team of Russian developers has been working on the creation of a multipurpose sea-going ekranoplan, which could contribute significantly to the speed of seaborne traffic.
RIMS BV are the first company to receive an attestation from Bureau Veritas (BV) Marine & Offshore, as an approved service supplier, allowing the use of Remote Inspection Techniques (drones) during surveys of hull structure of ships and mobile offshore units classed with BV.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will not be renewing the bunker supplier licences of Panoil Petroleum Pte Ltd and Universal Energy Pte Ltd when they expire on 31 August 2017.
For residents of Canada’s Northern territories, marine transportation is an essential lifeline. Ships bring food and other important goods and represent critical jobs and employment.
The Port of Rotterdam Authority recently launched a new campaign: ‘Building a Sustainable Port’.
For the second time in one week, the Panama Canal welcomed a container vessel with a Total TEU Allowance (TTA) of 14,863, reaffirming the value of the expanded waterway.
Rolls-Royce has signed a contract to deliver ship design and an extensive range of ship equipment to a purse seiner / pelagic trawler to be built for the shipowning company Gunnar Langva AS based in Ålesund, Norway.
Recently, GE’s Marine Solutions and TMS CARDIFF GAS Ltd. (TMS) have signed a service agreement that will see GE undertaking the support and maintenance of four TMS LNG vessels—Corcovado, Kita, Palu and Yari—for the next 10 years.