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World’s first hybrid floating drilling unit launched

Transocean announced that it has successfully deployed the world’s first hybrid energy storage system aboard a floating drilling unit. The system is now operating on the Transocean Spitsbergen, and it is engaged in drilling operations at the Snorre field in Norway.

Wind energy system receives preliminary approval

MOL and Oshima Shipbuilding have jointly obtained ‘Approval In Principle (AIP)’ from ClassNK for the design of a hard sail system. The system converts wind energy to propulsive force with telescopic hard sail. As MOL said, the system is crucial for the ‘Wind Challenger Project’, which MOL and Oshima Shipbuilding are leading.

New project competes with world’s greenest superyachts

Engineers from MAN, Braemar Technical Services along with additional four maritime companies are developing a zero-emissions superyacht, which will consist of an all-of-the-above selection of green technology. The team behind this, look towards a zero emissions upon weight savings. 

Partners present space industry-inspired carbon fiber LNG tanks

ABS, issued approval in principle (AIP) to the conceptual design of carbon fiber LNG fuel tanks, inspired by techniques common in the space industry, exploring whether composite technology, which is lighter and more cost-effective, offers a competitive alternative in LNG as marine fuel designs, principally for short sea shipping.

SHI partners on solid oxide fuel cell-powered tanker

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Bloom Energy, a manufacturer of solid oxide fuel cells, announced their partnership on designing and developing a vessel that could be the first large merchant vessel powered by fuel cells that run on natural gas.

Watch: CMA CGM launches world’s largest LNG-powered containership

The French shipping company, CMA CGM, launched the largest LNG-powered containership, Jacques Saadé, which is the first of nine 23,000 TEU containerships and future CMA CGM Group flagship. Total, the French energy major sealed the 10-year deal for the supply of approximately 300,000 tons of LNG for the nine containerships annually.

P&O to launch next-gen ferries sailing in Dover-Calais

P&O Ferries inked an agreement with Chinese shipbuilder Guangzhou Shipyard International worth EUR 260 million (USD 286.13 million) to deliver a new generation of ships, to operate on the English Channel, sailing between Dover and Calais.

ClassNK grants AIP on LPG Reformer for marine engines

Japanese firms Osaka Gas and Daihatsu Diesel received an Approval in Principle from ClassNK for their joint project on an LPG Reformer for marine engines. This was the first AIP granted in Japan for such equipment. The LPG Reformer is designed to convert LPG into synthetic methane gas equivalent to the kind found in LNG.


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