MOL signed the MoU with MAN ES and MES-M to target the signing of the purchase contract of ammonia fueled the main engine which is currently under development by MAN ES.
Effective immediately, the agreement targets common progress in the field of decarbonisation and is scheduled to run for five years with an option to extend thereafter.
MAN Energy Solutions has announced that its portfolio of two-stroke, dual-fuel engines has accumulated more than two million operating hours in total, running on LNG, methanol, ethane and LPG.
In a world-first for the maritime sector, the containership, ‘ElbBLUE’ – owned by German shipowner Elbdeich Reederei and operated by charterer Unifeeder – has bunkered some 20 tons of green SNG (Synthetic Natural Gas) at the Elbe port in Brunsbüttel, Germany.
A.P. Møller-Mærsk specifies world’s largest, dual-fuel, methanol engine, further empowering methanol as marine fuel within large-container-vessel segment.
New engine standard arises for LNG carriers as increased focus on methane-slip drives new orders for low-pressure, dual-fuel engine and accompanying EGR.
MAN Energy Solutions has won the order to supply the world’s first, low-speed, dual-fuel engine to run on methanol within the container segment.
Rolls-Royce and MAN Energy Solutions have signed an agreement for a strategic partnership that will see MAN’s PBST brand distribute state-of-the-art mtu turbochargers.
In the pursuit of decarbonization in maritime transportation, d’Amico Group has brought together a JIP to test the biofuel blends (B30) derived from advanced second-generation feedstock on board one of its LR1 product tanker already in EEDI Phase 2.