Swiss engine designer WinGD will supply LNG dual-fuel engines for four 14,000 TEU ammonia-ready container ships for Singapore-based Pacific International Lines (PIL). The X92DF-2.0 dual-fuel engines are capable of operating on both gas and liquid fuels. The container...
Swiss engine developer WinGD has launched the first marine two-stroke engine to carry its own NOx abatement solution. The system reduces space requirements and installation costs for shipyards seeking to comply with the strictest IMO NOx emission limits. The X52...
To reduce emissions, shipowners often consider LNG a bridge fuel in the transition to carbon-neutral fuels. However, the resulting methane slip is a negative side effect and new regulations may be upcoming to tackle this. Alfa Laval and WinGD say they have now...
WinGD has received type approval for what are said to be the biggest and most powerful LNG-fuelled engines ever built. Class society Bureau Veritas awarded the approval. The first series of the engines is currently being built by China State Shipbuilding Corp and...
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