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  • ClassNK released its second version of the Guidelines for Gas Fuelled Ships, a version that reflects the requirements for the design of natural gas fuelled ships based on the outcome of discussions held at IMO regarding the International Code of Safety for ships using gases or other low flash-point fuels (IGF Code). With regulations curbing atmospheric pollution and greenhouse gas emissions growing stricter amid stronger calls for a greener shipping industry, the industry is turning toward the use of natural gas as a potential cleaner alternative to liquid fuel oil. Expected reductions in gas prices due to the recent development of non-conventional energy resources such as shale gas has also led to an increase in gas fuelled ship newbuildings and projects.
    ClassNK published the Guidelines for Gas Fuelled Ships to provide comprehensive information on key design features including bunkering, hull structure, fire safety and explosion prevention measures in line with the results of IMO discussions on the IGF Code.
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    (As published in the January 2014 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News - www.marinelink.com)

  • NF sewage treatment system was developed to ensure operators of specialist tonnage in Jthe passenger and mega-yacht sectors comply with the impending IMO Resolution MEPC 227(64) – including Section 4.2. This requires vessels with 12 or more passengers operating in IMO designated ‘Special Areas’ to effectively

  • (BWTS), systems that have the capacity to treat ballast water flow rates of up to 16,000 cu. m./hr. Prior to ABS PDA Approval, the Ecochlor BWTS received IMO G9 Final Approval in September 2010. The Ecochlor BWTS has IMO Type Approval from Germany (BSH), as well as Type Approvals from the Liberian Administration

  • The U.S. Coast Guard has been prompted by the contamination of oysters in Mobile Bay, Ala., with vibrio cholera to publish IMO's "International Guidelines for Preventing the Introduction of Unwanted Pathogens from Ships' Ballast Water and Sediment Discharges." Adopted last July by the Marine Environm

  • The IMO Pump Division of DeLaval Turbine Inc. has just published a six-page illustrated bulletin on IMO fuel and lube pumps for use with gas turbines. The bulletin gives specification and performance parameters for fuel injection, fuel transfer and lube applications. IMO pumps can operate on both petro

  • oil tankers on a schedule tied to the ship's MARPOL category. The move drew immediate negative reaction from the International Maritime Organization (IMO). an organization which generally frowns upon such national or regional action. In a statement released October 23, Secretary- General of IMO, William

  • brand MTU and Fairplay Towage are set to test an MTU diesel genset with SCR exhaust after treatment in a harbor tug in order to verify compliance with IMO Tier III emission requirements that come into force as of 2016. According to the manufacturer, the nitrogen oxide (NO x) emissions will be cut by 90%

  • The IMO® Pump Division of Transamerica Delaval Inc., Monroe, N.C., has just published an illustrated six-page bulletin on a new fuel oil blending unit recently introduced by the division. Designed primarily for maritime applications, the new unit is nevertheless exciting widespread interest in

  • , capable of moving large quantities of crude oil and almost any other liquid cargo or water ballast, are fully described in a bulletin published by the IMO Pump Division, DeLaval Turbine Inc. GTS pumps have particular application in the marine field, as they can handle liquids with an extremely wide

  • The SGB 2000 gyrocompass manufactured by Teledyne TSS has been certified by DNV as meeting the standard required for use aboard IMO registered ships. The certification confirms that the SGB 2000 meets the performance standards required by the IMO and enables flag states to authorize its use on any ship.

  • new OCTANS is an all-in-one gyrocompass and motion sensor (attitude and heading reference system, AHRS) and brings in new and enhanced features, including IMO/IMO-HSC certification and inertial navigation system (INS) product upgrade-path. The fifth-generation OCTANS gives marine customers more product variant

  • have long-term impacts. Cavitation from ships’ propellers now generate a ubiquitous level of noise in the ocean that can oftentimes mask natural sounds.   IMO In 2012, the IMO adopted and made mandatory the Noise Code so as to reduce the level of noise exposure to individuals on commercial ships. The Noise

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  • MR Jan-20#63 MARKETPLACE
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  • MR Jan-20#59 T                                    MARITIME REPORTER.)
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    T MARITIME REPORTER. A - HIS DIRECTORY SECTION IS AN EDITORIAL FEATURE PUBLISHED IN EVERY ISSUE FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF THE READERS OF QUICK REFERENCE BUYER’S READERS GUIDE IT INCLUDES THE NAMES AND ADDRESSES OF THE WORLD S LEADING MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS OF ALL

  • MR Jan-20#53 Welding (JTSW) – has brought in ex- market demand for)
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    Welding (JTSW) – has brought in ex- market demand for increasingly power- oil and gas senior engineer Iain Wilson ful drive train technology. to help shape the company as it moves into a new chapter at the Scottish Ma- ABB Delivers for Icebreaking rine Technology Park. LNG Carrier Fleet The ? nal

  • MR Jan-20#51  in  der EEDI Phase 3 by the IMO.”
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    on LNG-Fuel Bulker than the reference line as required un- too. The initial work will be based on ClassNK granted an Approval in der EEDI Phase 3 by the IMO.” a hopper dredger, a vessel that the ship- Principle (AiP) based on its Rule Part yard already builds. Evaluations will GF which adopts IGF Code

  • MR Jan-20#50  targets, 
at the Shimonoseki Shipyard 
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    that is intended to meet Japan. The ships will be built ammonia-fueled Chittagongmax container current and future environmental targets, at the Shimonoseki Shipyard carrier of 2700 TEU capacity. SDARI will by introducing GTT Membrane type LNG & Machinery Works, with develop the ship design and

  • MR Jan-20#48 Tech Files
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    Tech Files Innovative products, technologies and concepts Zeabuz Zero Emission Waterbus While Norway ranks 120th among countries globally in terms of population size (5.3 mil- lion), it packs a powerful punch in the maritime world, as Norwegians rank near the top as mari- time and offshore industry

  • MR Jan-20#47 La Ciotat Shipyards 
Matière, Bardex Tapped for 4300T)
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    La Ciotat Shipyards Matière, Bardex Tapped for 4300T Shiplift In the ship repair and conversion busi- (L to R): Jean-Yves Saussol, CEO, La Ciotat Shipyards, Thomas Miller, ness there are myriad tools available CEO Bardex Corp., and Philippe to make otherwise dirty and danger- Matière, CEO, Matière.

  • MR Jan-20#46 Ship Repair
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    Ship Repair Activities and Investments in ship repair & conversion yards Zhoushan IMC-YY Shipyard & Engineering Co. “Green” Drydocks in China Zhoushan IMC-YY is an innovator, with a family of automated systems to make ship mainte- nance clean & ef? cient. Photo: Zhoushan IMC-YY While the ship repair

  • MR Jan-20#42  completed MSC vessel 
Cimolai ... our MBH 
drydockings)
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    Hoist) designed was a variety of topside repair projects with existing clients, as well as three and delivered by “successfully completed MSC vessel Cimolai ... our MBH drydockings, on time and on budget,” according to Magas. This trio of jobs is reported to be was enhanced as BDDRC “engineered and

  • MR Jan-20#38 INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN
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    INTERVIEW MORGAN FANBERG, PRESIDENT, GLOSTEN organ Fanberg has always been a ‘maritime guy,’ but his early maritime aspirations cen- tered on racing sailboats. “I went to St. Mary’s M College of Maryland to race dinghies at a col- legiate level but soon realized that racing sailboats was not go- ing to

  • MR Jan-20#35 REPAIR & CONVERSION
Suda JG10000
This design, offers a)
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    REPAIR & CONVERSION Suda JG10000 This design, offers a 2000 ton lift capa- bility, the ability to handle eight x 8- 9.5 MW turbines with accommodation for 112, in depths up to 68 m. Photos: A.K. Suda Naval Architects ing conversion candidates. “Installation vessels will also need thrusters,” he said.

  • MR Jan-20#34 REPAIR & CONVERSION
the concerns about security as the)
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    REPAIR & CONVERSION the concerns about security as the electric grid becomes more He added that improved safety features, including lifeboats, dependent on offshore wind. would be necessary in a conversion and that personal com- These calculations and estimates provide a backdrop for the fort is also an

  • MR Jan-20#33 REPAIR & CONVERSION
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look for)
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    REPAIR & CONVERSION “As owners we always look for opportunities to increase the attractiveness of our vessels. In this context, modern PSVs can be converted and utilized for new operations at a competitive cost compared to new buildings.” Tommy Walaunet, Managing Director, Island Offshore Though

  • MR Jan-20#30 REPAIR & CONVERSION
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    REPAIR & CONVERSION You have to stand on an exposed seawall protecting a tiny bility together with the ability to keep a high service speed Norwegian village’s little marina to realize how “the basics” in bad weather,” Hammerfest Hospital said of the order. The must be in place before you can mimic the

  • MR Jan-20#20 Back to the Drawing Board
Marine Casualties
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    Back to the Drawing Board Marine Casualties Alcohol is NOT the Probable Cause irst some disclosures. I have worked with (MAB-19/30) on an incident that occurred in Guam. I (or my the National Transportation Safety Board company) had no involvement in that matter, but since it was on a number of occasions.

  • MR Jan-20#19  to emissions.  
For now, the IMO is leaning toward a goal-based)
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    , but is even less closely related to emissions. Limits on propulsion power can be accurately checked and are closely related to emissions. For now, the IMO is leaning toward a goal-based ap- proach, rather than proscriptive regulations. The approach under consideration would provide ? exibility along

  • MR Jan-20#18  national Maritime Organization (IMO) to adopt mandatory 
additional)
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    emissions and improves bene? ts should be obtained. Some groups urge the Inter- safety by providing the bridge personnel national Maritime Organization (IMO) to adopt mandatory additional time to evaluate developing situations. Some ma- standards that could be enforced by ? ag administrations, port rine

  • MR Jan-20#17 fuel switching are unique to each ship and its condition)
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    fuel switching are unique to each ship and its condition, so there are no universal procedures that can be applied to all, or even most ships.” Nevertheless, there are some general principles and procedures for the majority of ships. Rec- ommendations include: • Establish procedures, plans and instructio

  • MR Jan-20#16 The Path to Zero
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Low Sulfur Fuels
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    The Path to Zero IMO2020 Low Sulfur Fuels Is Everyone Ready? re the world’s ships’ engines ready for IMO “The trouble will come compliant very low sulfur fuel? That’s a wide open question as ship owners step to when the products are the end of the preparatory gang-plank on A January 1, 2020 when 0.

  • MR Jan-20#14 O?  shore Wind
Q&A: Matt Tremblay, ABS
The Domino Effect)
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    O? shore Wind Q&A: Matt Tremblay, ABS The Domino Effect The next hot growth market is offshore wind; Is the U.S. marine industry ready to meet demand? he American Bureau of Shipping convened a conference to discuss the pace and direction of the U.S. offshore wind market, including challenges and opportuni

  • MR Jan-20#11 In the ?  ipped classroom, the in-class experience and)
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    In the ? ipped classroom, the in-class experience and the outside-class experiences are “? ipped”. That is, instead of lectures happening during class time, trainees are asked to watch videos of lectures or are assigned some e-learning module outside the classroom – before class. Then, when the