As part of their ongoing commitment to support greener shipping, Yara Marine has jointly commissioned a report to quantify the climate impact of scrubbers compared to low sulphur fuel oil.
Now Alfa Laval PureSOx Express makes it simple for these vessels to continue using HFO and comply with SOx regulations.
Leading scrubber supplier Yara Marine has always insisted that quality pays, and that also goes for its optimized training offering available for engineers, deck officers and shore staff.
SOx scrubbers are one of the compliance options for ships to meet the IMO global sulphur cap for 2020. But we are still on a learning curve for ship-based applications of this technology.
Shipowners looking to retrofit marine exhaust gas cleaning systems as a way of complying with new sulphur emissions rules should verify the capacity of their fixed fire-fighting systems before undertaking any retrofit projects.
This notice is to inform the shipping community on the requirement Regulation 14.1, Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78 for ships installed with the EGCS.
CSA 2020 has congratulated Danish ferry operator DFDS A/S for ten years of successful scrubber operation, with the EGCS onboard the 37,939gt roro Ficaria Seaways achieving more than 50,000 running hours since 2009.
The guidelines include, among other things, washwater discharge standards, but with all the controversy surrounding washwater discharges into the sea, there is still work to do.
Hudson announced as part of its ongoing ‘green’ initiatives, that following the implementation of the IMO2020 sulphur cap on January 1, 2020, it will not employ vessels with scrubbers installed for the purpose of meeting the new IMO standards.