Project partners Eidesvik Offshore, Wärtsilä Norway and DNV GL have announced the closure of the FellowSHIP research project.
The contract with Shell involves a team which will deliver an integrated verification and class project for the operator’s Penguins floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel.
The pressure is on for the shipping industry to reduce emissions. In the last few years, both EU and IMO have introduced regulations which require ship operators to gather and report their vessels’ fuel consumption.
Brodosplit shipyard and DNV GL have signed a contract for the classification of Quark Expedition’s (Quark) new 200-passenger newbuild.
XALT Energy’s XPAND Battery system has been certified as acceptable for installation on all marine vessels classified by DNV GL.
DNV GL is showcasing the final reports in a study which demonstrates the commercial and technical feasibility of the offshore wind market In India.
This type approval represents another first for the DNV GL rule set and demonstrates our commitment to moving classification forward to help our customers.
This notation will enhance the transparency of the installation and approval process for owners, the yards, and class, and give owners the confidence to invest in these systems.
DNV GL has developed a wide range of services in close collaboration with several major ship owners aimed at enhancing the cybersecurity of their assets.
PPG, a global leader in protective and marine coatings, and DNV GL have signed a collaboration agreement focused on operational data analysis using DNV GL’s next-generation hull analysis methodologies.