Using methanol produced from natural gas offers a proven reduction of NOx and SOx emissions. Research is striving to rapidly scale up methanol availability in terms of infrastructure and onboard applications and installations
Marine is at the bottom of the digitalisation curve, warns Wärtsilä Voyage president Sean Fernback
SAGT continues to invest in environmentally sustainable terminal operations, such as a hybrid rubber tyred gantry crane retrofitting that has reduced diesel usage by 60% compared with conventional RTGs
Ships at anchor in warmer waters are under attack from below
Both technical and operational measures can be adopted to cut fuel consumption and thereby reduce emissions, says Olsen
It will require significant R&D investment to achieve zero-emission ships. MSC says this must be supported by a political environment that allows for businesses to ‘de-risk’ such investments, and a commitment to infrastructure development in the developing countries
In anticipation of the evolving regulatory agenda, classification society ClassNK in recent years has prioritised laying the groundwork for autonomous ship development
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Wärtsilä Voyage’s Cloud Simulation capability has been made available on Ocean Technologies Group’s Ocean Learning Platform only six months after the two companies formed a partnership
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