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Associations, Awards, Classification Societies, Environment, Shipfinance — By on July 19, 2015 at 11:48 PM

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: All Hail Hercules!

In this week’s spotlight Fathom examine the new HERCULES-2 project and take a look into how it is expected to further the developments around engine efficiency, emissions reduction and reliability following the success of the initial HERCULES project which completed in 2014.

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The Tide Turns For Ship Finance

“Those ships that are able to trade in all waters compliantly will have better market potential and therefore financing potential” Jan Weismüller, Vice President Maritime Industries, KfW IPEX- Bank has stated

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Could You Be A Winner?

Fathom have reported a staggering 60% increase in nominations for the Ship Efficiency Awards 2015 compared to the inaugural Ship Efficiency Awards held last year. Over 80 nominations across the five award categories have been received.

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Thordon Bearings Offer A No Pollution Solution

Thordon Bearings’ COMPAC water-lubricated propeller shaft system is to be supplied to MSC Cruises for the first of two Seaside-class cruise ships, currently under construction at the Italian shipyard, Fincantieri Monfalcone.

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ClassNK Releases New PrimeShip-HULL Software

ClassNK has today announced the release of PrimeShip-HULL (HCSR), version 2.5.0 in response to the new International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (CSR BC & OT).

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Canada Launches Pilot Project To Enhance Oil -Spill Response

The Canadian Ministry of Transport has announced the launch of an Area Response Planning pilot project which aims to improve oil spill preparedness and response.

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