Archive of: Latest Engines & Propulsion News

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SEA\LNG: Collaborative approach needed to promote LNG as marine fuel

The group says barriers need to be better understood if LNG is to reach its potential

Web Bulletin 2017
Viking to install rotor sail on LNG-powered cruise ship

Viking to install rotor sail on LNG-powered cruise ship

M/S Viking Grace will be the first vessel of its kind to feature the technology

Web Bulletin 2017
BC Ferries welcomes first dual-fuel ship

BC Ferries welcomes first dual-fuel ship

The Wartsila-powered Salish Orca is the first of three vessels in its class

Web Bulletin 2017
Derecktor to build third hybrid vessel

Derecktor to build third hybrid vessel

The BAE HybriDrive catamaran will transport organic food

Web Bulletin 2016

MarAd to hold workshop on high-power batteries

The sessions on Dec. 15 and Dec. 16 will be streamed live on the Web

Web Bulletin 2016

New LNG-powered ferry heads for British Columbia

BC Ferries expects Salish Orca to enter service early next year

Web Bulletin 2016

Pasha Hawaii to order two new LNG-powered containerships

The carrier has narrowed its choice to two U.S. yards for the 3,400-TEU ships

Web Bulletin 2016

ICS: IMO needs to agree to CO2 commitments by 2018

The group seeks a 'global mechanism' to ensure implementation by 2023

Web Bulletin 2016

IMO sets 0.5 percent global sulfur cap for 2020

Some members argued for implementation in 2025, questioning fuel availability

Web Bulletin 2016

MarAd: Fuel-cell ferry possible, but cost an issue

Cost reduction strategies for a zero-emission vessel are now being explored

Web Bulletin 2016
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