Wärtsilä BWMS and scrubber retrofit engineering services are seeing a considerable increase in interest in their experience and risk reduction offerings.
Archives for February 2018
Navy leadership has issued more punishments to sailors involved in the two fatal collisions in the Western Pacific, senior service officials told USNI News on Thursday.
CSL and USC to collaborate for development of specialized vessels for Inland and Coastal shipping.
The Danish Maritime Authority and EMSA are examining how online control of certificates could make PSC inspections more efficient.
Shell Offshore Inc. (“Shell”) announced one of its largest U.S. Gulf of Mexico exploration finds in the past decade from the Whale deep-water well.
MOL announced that the LNG carrier CESI Wenzhou, which was ordered by the joint venture of CCSC and SINOPEC, was delivered at Hudong on January 31.
Port of Rotterdam Authority and IBM announced their collaboration on a multi-year digitisation initiative to transform the port’s operational environment using IoT technologies in the cloud.
The main type of “bunker” oil for ships is heavy fuel oil, derived as a residue from crude oil distillation.
With a unique construction process underway, mega-blocks of Royal Caribbean’s Quantum Class ship are built in Neptun Werft (Rostock, Germany) and transferred via hydraulics onto a pontoon.