Ammonia as a fuel could be a prime candidate to reduce shipping’s emissions by 2050. However, there are some challenges, not least the USD 4.5 trillion investment Hendrik Brinks, Principal Researcher DNV GL – Maritime, says are needed to produce enough...
Over the next decade, we will start to see the roll-out of the next generation carbon-neutral ships designed to meet IMO goals, says Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO DNV GL – Maritime. But the fuel decision is difficult, as there are several potentially successful candidates....
‘The grand challenge of our time is finding a pathway towards decarbonisation,’ says Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO of DNV GL-Maritime. According to the organisation’s new Maritime Forecast to 2050 it all comes down to the choice of fuel. 2050 could see a...
Classification society DNV GL has completed the world’s first in-water remote ship surveys using a remotely operated vehicle (ROV). The in-water bottom surveys were carried out on three separate Wilson ASA-managed vessels. The first was completed on general cargo ship...
The structural assessment process required for heavy-lift transport projects on board multi-purpose vessels can benefit from existing finite element (FE) models according to DNV GL. This reduces time spent on FE modelling and analysis while at the same time increasing...
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