Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) is the latest decarbonization technology to be evaluated by ABS as part of its industry-leading series of sustainability guidance.
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A consortium led by ABS, along with CE Delft and Arcsilea is to perform six studies on alternative fuels and decarbonization technologies for the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA).
A deep sea mineral riser system capable of reaching more than 6,000 meters beneath the waves has been design reviewed by ABS in an industry first.
A new ABS Guide for Autonomous and Remote-Control Functions sets out a goal-based framework for the implementation of these technologies on vessels and offshore units. and introduces two new notations.
ABS has issued New Technology Qualification to SBM Offshore’s AI powered Intelligent Agent Mooring Line Integrity Tool, allowing the technology to be integrated into offshore systems for the first time.
WindFloat Atlantic has become the world’s first classed offshore windfarm, after its three 8.4MW floating turbines were accepted by the ABS Class Committee.
Guidance on the technology, systems and regulations needed for minimizing human presence on offshore facilities has been published by ABS.
A barge modification project by Stillwater Marine Services for Brice Marine has been delivered using the ABS 3D Model-based Class Process.
The ABS-classed Floating Storage and Regassification Unit (FSRU) for BOTAŞ Petroleum Pipeline Corporation (BOTAS) has been delivered from South Korea.