Ocean Network Express (ONE) has been awarded approval in principle (AiP) for an ammonia dual-fuelled container vessel. Just recently, the shipping company also ordered twelve dual-fuel container ships that can sail on methanol. The newly AiP-awarded 3500 TEU vessel...
DNV has published new guidelines for the safe installation of onboard carbon capture and storage (OCCS) system, amid growing pressure on the shipping industry to develop effective technologies to reduce emissions as part of the ongoing maritime energy transition....
Several maritime industry players have come together to implement Daphne Technology’s SlipPure solution onto the Angelicoussis Group’s LNG carrier Maran Gas Chios. The technology targets methane slip. Key players in the project are Lloyd’s Register (LR) as...
Faced with tough competition for greener fuels from other sectors, new 2030 maritime emission targets hang in the balance. According to the latest edition of DNV‘s Maritime Forecast to 2050, the shipping industry will find it challenging to secure enough supply of...
The first wing sail from Oceanbird, Wing 560, has received Approval in Principle (AiP) from classification society DNV. According to Niclas Dahl, Managing Director Oceanbird, it is one of the first stiff wing sails that will tilt in hard winds as a safety feature. The...
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