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Turbochargers for reportedly world’s largest two-stroke dual-fuel engine

The Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Equipment Co., Ltd. announced its delivery MET Turbochargers for one the largest two-stroke dual-fuel X-DF engine, 12X92DF. Behind the engine’s development was the Winterthur Gas & Diesel and responsible for the establishment was the China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC).

Rolls-Royce delivers MTU gas engine to Rederij Doeksen

Rolls-Royce announced that the first two pre-production units of the new mobile MTU gas engine have successfully completed their performance tests and were accepted by the shipping company Rederij Doeksen at the beginning of December.

MES delivers eco bulk carrier to Eastern Mediterranean Maritime

Japanese shipbuilder Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. announced delivery of the 60,000 dwt type bulk carrier M.V. “VENEZIA” to Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Limited, Greece. The 200-meter ship was delivered at MES’ Tamano Works on 25 October.

New MGO mono-fuel engine to be developed

At a seminar held by Kaiji Press, in Tokyo, Japan Engine Corporation announced that it leads developing and manufacturing MGO mono-fuel engine, that meets all the requirement against regulations of NOx, SOx, EEDI, super low fuel consumption, extended maintenance interval and improved reliability.

ABB sets two-stage turbocharging available to more vessels

ABB announced that, from mid-2017, it will launch a new frame size for its Power2® 800-M two-stage turbocharging solution, that will allow more vessels to benefit from the high efficiency and fuel savings. Power2 800-M’s design achieves an overall turbocharging efficiency of more than 75 percent, some 10 percent higher than conventional single-stage models.

High-pressure SCR introduced for two-stroke engines

MAN Diesel & Turbo and its licensee, Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding, announced that introduced its new high-pressure Selective Catalytic Reduction system – MAN SCR-HP. The company expects to deliver the first system from the beginning of 2018.

Skangas to acquire new LNG bunker vessel

Skangas announced that its new LNG bunker vessel, Coralius, is expected to arrive in June 2017. Her main operation area will be from the Kiel Canal to mid Norway, including part of the North Sea and she can deliver Liquefied Natural Gas both in ports and at sea.

Eco-friendly dredgers featuring scrubbers ordered

Jan De Nul announced that ordered three new dredgers from Keppel Singmarine. The three 3,500 m3 Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers will be equipped with exhaust gas treatment systems, in order to reduce harmful emissions.

Alfa Laval announces order for PureNOx Prime

PureNOx Prime, Alfa Laval’s new PureNOx solution for water treatment in Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR), will be part of EGR systems on five very large ethane carriers (VLECs) to be operated by United Ethane Carriers (UEC). ABB says that this breakthrough order’ from MAN Diesel & Turbo comes only a short time after PureNOx Prime was introduced to the market.

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