EnvironmentDNV GL and SDARI introduce new bulk carrier concept
DNV GL and Shanghai Merchant Ship Design & Research Institute (SDARI) have introduced the Green Dolphin 575 concept design for a handymax bulk carrier. For more details click here.
MAN Diesel & Turbo Engine Clinches World Emissions First
MAN Diesel & Turbo, together with HHI-EMD, the engine and machinery division of Hyundai Heavy Industries, has presented the first IMO Tier III-compliant diesel engine utilizing EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation). For more details, click here.
Propulsion of 30,000 dwt Handysize Bulk Carrier
The main ship particulars of 30,000 dwt Handysize bulk carriers are normally approximately as follows: the overall ship length is 178 m, breadth 28 m and design/scantling draught 9.5 m/10.0 m. For more details, click here.
Teekay One Spirit: The Only Green Tanker of its Kind
New eco-design that offers fuel savings of 30%. Click here.
SEAHORSE 35 demonstrates 2025 EEDI compliance
With the first tier of the EEDI fast approaching Grontmij’s SEAHORSE 35 bulk carrier design exceeds expectations with the potential to meet 2025 EEDI compliance. Michael H Schmidt, naval architect, at consultants Schmidt Maritime explains. click here.
SDARI unveils handy size bulker concept design
JUNE 5, 2012 — A new Handysize bulk carrier concept design - the Green Dolphin - uses existing technologies to meet owners' needs for fuel efficiency and operational flexibility while also being ready for future environmental regulations. Click here.
Introducing Triality VLCC
DNV's Triality innovation project has produced a VLCC that fulfils three main goals: it is environmentally superior to conventional VLCCs, has technically feasible solutions and is more economical than conventional VLCCs. For more details, click here.
Oshima ECO-Ship 2020
Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. and DNV have now completed the first milestone of a joint programme to develop the ECO-Ship of the future. The project is a natural response to the increasing environmental focus, both from a regulatory and commercial point of view as well as the increasing cost of fuel. The resulting concept design has a number of innovative, yet feasible features, which have been carefully evaluated for cost-benefit. For more details, click here.
ABS Guide for the Environmental Protection Notation for Vessels
The ABS Guide for the Environmental Protection Notation for Vessels has been developed with the objective of promoting environmentally-safe design, construction and operation of ABS-classed vessels and marine structures. The requirements relate to enhanced environmental standards for hull antifouling systems, ballast water management and the prevention of oil, sewage, garbage and air pollution. To download the guide, click here.
Lloyd's Register environmental road map
LR's environmental roadmap outlines the key existing and forthcoming environmental legislation from the IMO up to the end of 2017, identifying future compliance dates and emerging regulations. To download the guide, click here.
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