The ABS Autonomous Vessels Whitepaper is designed to support the industry’s increasing adoption of autonomous capabilities with a focus on safe implementation.
“Transportation and safety, as well as standards and regulation, are going to be nothing short of boundary conditions in this energy transition.”
The first LNG-fueled Newcastlemax bulk carrier in an order of 13 ABS-Classed vessels for Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) has taken on its first load of LNG bunker fuel at Singapore.
The first ammonia-fuel ready vessel in the world, the ABS-classed Suezmax tanker the KRITI FUTURE, has been delivered to owners Avin International LTD, flying the Greek Flag.
ABS and Nakilat – Keppel Offshore & N-KOM will examine how techniques developed by ABS for its industry-leading program of a remote survey of vessels in service can be applied to surveys and inspections in the shipyard.
ABS has granted AIP to a coordinated design for a wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) in conjunction with the innovative BargeRack feeder barge system by Friede and Goldman (F&G).
An innovative methanol-fueled bulk carrier has been designed in a joint development project (JDP) between ABS, SDTR Marine Pte Ltd. (SDTR) and the Shanghai Merchant Ship Design & Research Institute (SDARI).
ABS has awarded Approval in Principle (AIP) to Samsung Heavy Industries’ (SHI) design for a one-side spread mooring system for a floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) facility.
Nakilat Has Worked with ABS to Develop a Decarbonization Plan and Evaluated Performance Against UN Sustainable Development Goals.
MOL along with ITOCHU Corporation (ITOCHU) acquired Approval in Principle (AIP) from the American Bureau of Shipping regarding an ammonia bunkering vessel.