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Emissions concerns drive innovation in the deep-well pump market

The hydraulic-powered deep-well pump is a firm favourite among tanker owners, but the need to optimise energy efficiency is driving the transition towards an electric-powered alternative The engineering design of the hydraulic deep-well pump is...

Hyundai Heavy Industries Group wins deals worth 266 bln won for 5 vessels

Top shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries Group said Tuesday its two affiliates have clinched two deals worth a combined 266.6 billion won (US$229 million) to build five vessels. Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co. won a 109...

South Korean Shipbuilders Working on Smart Ships

Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, and Samsung Heavy Industries are further enhancing the competitiveness of the shipbuilding industry of South Korea by developing smart ships incorporating Industry 4.0 technologies. The smart...

Nibulon expands tug fleet to boost Ukraine maritime trade

Nibulon Shipyard has completed the first of a new series of harbour and pusher tugs for inland waterway operations in Ukraine It is working on five other vessels, including tugs and non-self-propelled vessels to boost...

Norwegian Autonomous Ship Project Secures Major Funding

The European Union has provided more than 20 million euros to a pioneering project in Norway to advance autonomous ship technology. The funding, one of the largest grants of its kind ever given in Norway,...

ABS and Hyundai Heavy Industries Complete Landmark Smart Functions JDP

ABS and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have completed a landmark joint development project (JDP) associated with HHI’s Integrated Smart-ship Solution. ABS has verified the smart functions of HHI’s Integrated Smart-ship Solution, issuing the first Product...

Ensuring your diesel engines are ready for IMO 2020

Vessel owners and operators need to develop a ‘bunker checklist’ and careful maintenance practices to ensure their diesel engines are ready for the changes required by the IMO 2020 sulphur cap, writes Royston technical...

U.N.’s decarbonisation target for shipping to cost over $1 trillion: study

At least $1 trillion of investment in new fuel technology is needed to enable the shipping industry to meet U.N. targets for cuts in carbon emissions by 2050, a study published on Monday showed. The...

Owners plan tug fleet growth in Americas

An increase in new LNG import terminals in Central and South America is resulting in renewed escort tug requirements The Americas are becoming a key battleground for leading tug owners, keen to expand their fleets...

First Chinese dual-fuel ASD tug delivered

A Chinese shipyard has passed milestones delivering an LNG-fuelled tug and in a towboat construction project for COSCO Jiangsu Zhenjiang Shipyard Group has completed its first dual-fuel tugboat to support a Chinese LNG importing port...