Reducing fuel consumption and carbon emissions are two of the main concerns of shipping industry today. Take a look at some of the most commonly used methods for enhancing ship’s fuel efficiency.
Wärtsilä has expanded its partnership with the Dutch marine contractor Van Oord with the signing of a 9-year renewal and extension to its Optimised Maintenance agreement.
StormGeo announced the launch of Strategic Power Routing—a service that optimizes the power output of a vessel in varying weather conditions to enhance overall fuel efficiency and reduce emissions without compromising arrival windows.
Eidesvik Offshore has signed with Yxney Maritime for use of their Maress energy efficiency software.
As shipping companies around the world are opting for slow steaming to save fuel costs at available opportunities, an experienced chief engineer finds explains how the ship’s main engine can be tested for slow steaming.
All major shipping companies are retrofitting their ship’s bulbous bow for increasing fuel efficiency and reducing emissions. Learn about the reasons as to why ships are getting the Nose Jobs.
The new Wärtsilä EnergoFlow is an energy saving solution that will return ship operators’ investment in less than two years.
Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. has brought to market the TESS64 AEROLINE, a D/W 63,700mt type Bulk Carrier that is equipped with the new AEROLINE technology to reduce wind resistance, which combines the cut-corner design for the accommodation corner in previous models with a newly developed streamlined shape for the fore upper bow, for a 10% reduction in wind resistance.