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Dual-fuel Salish Orca begins service for BC Ferries

The vessel is the first of three in its class for the operator

Web Bulletin 2017
Damen developing 3D-printed ship’s propeller

Damen developing 3D-printed ship’s propeller

The WAAMpeller will be the first maritime component of its type approved by class

Web Bulletin 2017
Kongsberg, Yara to build first fully electric and autonomous ship

Kongsberg, Yara to build first fully electric and autonomous ship

The zero-emission Yara Birkeland is expected to be operating in Norway in 2018

Web Bulletin 2017
Harvey Gulf takes delivery of fourth dual-fuel OSV

Harvey Gulf takes delivery of fourth dual-fuel OSV

Harvey Freedom will be based out of Port Fourchon on a five-year charter

Web Bulletin 2017
Methanol-fueled ships mark one year at sea

Methanol-fueled ships mark one year at sea

Two of the seven WFS vessels together attain more than 3,000 hours

Web Bulletin 2017

EPA offers grants to cut diesel emissions

The aim is to modernize vessels and vehicles by retrofitting or replacing engines

Web Bulletin 2017
Harmony of the Seas raises bar on efficiency

Harmony of the Seas raises bar on efficiency

Royal Caribbean's new cruise ship features air lubrication on its hull

Web Bulletin 2017
VT Halter launches first LNG con-ro for Crowley

VT Halter launches first LNG con-ro for Crowley

El Coqui is scheduled to begin Jones Act service in the second half of 2017

Web Bulletin 2017
BC Ferries welcomes second LNG-fueled ship

BC Ferries welcomes second LNG-fueled ship

The 351-foot Salish Eagle is scheduled to enter service in June

Web Bulletin 2017
Maersk tanker to be fitted with rotor sails

Maersk tanker to be fitted with rotor sails

The Norsepower devices are expected to cut fuel costs by 7 to 10 percent

Web Bulletin 2017
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