WinGD and CMB.Tech will develop ammonia-fuelled two-stroke engines together. The companies aim to install the ammonia dual-fuel X72DF engine on a series of ten 210,000 DWT bulk carriers to be built at a Chinese shipyard in 2025 and 2026. Under this joint development...
Offshore personnel transfer company Windcat has ordered a series of Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs) with Damen Shipyards. The vessels will be powered by hydrogen and are to be delivered from 2025. The “Elevation Series” CSOVs have been designed by...
Volvo Penta and CMB.Tech will join forces to accelerate the development of dual-fuel hydrogen-powered solutions for both on land and at sea applications. The collaboration includes joint projects ranging from pilots to small-scale industrialisation. CMB.Tech owns,...
BeH2ydro, a joint venture of Belgian engine builder ABC and Belgian shipping company CMB, has developed a maritime internal combustion engine that runs entirely on hydrogen. The zero-emission engine is suitable for tugs, inland vessels and short sea ships. The engine...
Port of Antwerp-Bruges and CMB.Tech will soon welcome the Hydrotug, the first hydrogen-powered tugboat. The Hydrotug consists of two BeHydro V12 dual-fuel medium speed engines that can run on hydrogen and traditional fuel. The port sees the tug as an important step in...
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