Jan De Nul Group has contracted ABC engines for four 7200-kW engines and one 1800-kW engine that can run on (bio)diesel, HVO and methanol. The engines will ensure propulsion of the newest Jan De Nul Group’s cable-laying vessel, Fleeming Jenkin. Using green...
The largest offshore jack-up installation vessel ever built, Voltaire, has just arrived in the port of Able Seaton, UK. Jan De Nul’s Voltaire was delivered at the end of 2022. Since then, it has been undertaking final preparations for its very first assignment:...
Jan De Nul’s next generation heavy-lift vessel Les Alizés has left the CMHI Haimen Shipyard in China and is currently on its way to Europe. The vessel was delivered by the shipyard on 16 January and departed on 19 January. Les Alizés is specifically designed for...
Jan De Nul Group and the shipyard Neptune Marine near Dordrecht in the Netherlands launched the new water injection dredger Cosette on 12 October. The new build is a sister vessel to the Pancho, delivered earlier this year. The design of both vessels is based on an...
Damen has become the first shipyard to achieve official EU Stage V certification for its in-house developed emissions reduction system. It is a one-system-solution that combines soot filters with a selective catalytic reduction system to remove particulate matter and...
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