MOL in cooperation with MSB of the Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group has completed a Concept Study of the multiple hull forms for an LCO2 carrier that can potentially be the mainstream in the LCO2 shipping market in the near future.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, has initiated a feasibility study with TotalEnergies for the development of a liquefied CO2 (LCO2) carrier.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has been working in cooperation with “K” Line and ClassNK, to conduct test operations and measurements for a small scale demonstration plant of the “Marine-based CO2 Capture System”, in order to verify the equipment’s use.
MHI concluded an agreement in March with Mitsui E&S Holdings under which MHI will take over the Naval and Governmental Ships business of Mitsui E&S Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. A decision has now been taken to name the new business entity “Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Maritime Systems Co., Ltd.”
Targets set on clarifying roadmap toward achieving carbon neutrality in existing ships, identifying challenges, and reducing ship investment risks
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding in collaboration with Shin Nihonkai Ferry Co., Ltd., has successfully applied for grant aid under the “Joint Technological Development Programme for the Demonstration of Unmanned Ships” sponsored by The Nippon Foundation.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a Group company of MHI based in Yokohama, has concluded a contract with MOL to build two LNG-fueled ferries, the first such project in Japan.
MET Turbochargers adapted for mounting on nine 23,000TEU mega container vessels being built by the China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC)
ClassNK has concluded a joint research agreement for developing advanced CBM, a new maintenance and management process for engine machinery plants, and establishing a new classification survey scheme based on CBM.