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Classification Societies, Communication — By on November 26, 2015 at 3:57 PM

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LR to class nine tankers for Maersk to latest Common Structural Rules: the first ever vessels ordered by a Danish ship owner to the latest Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers, which came into force in July this year for tankers and bulk carriers.  Find out more
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LR has completed a joint project with Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co, Ltd. (HHIC) to develop a 30, 000 cbm LNG carrier design with bilobe type ‘C’ tanks. Find out more
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We have been working with the Poseidon Med project team – developing solutions for the adoption of LNG as marine fuel in the Eastern Mediterranean region and Adriatic Sea. Find out more about the project here
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LR to class Project Resolve conversion of a container vessel to an auxiliary oiler replenishment ship for the Royal Canadian Navy. Find out more
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LR specialists have issued GTT an Approval in Principle for a membrane cargo containment system for bunker ships to allow an increase in vapour pressure of up to 2barg. Find out more
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New £36m National Infrastructure Laboratory, to join LR’s Global Technology Centre at the University of Southampton’s Boldrewood Innovation Campus.
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Class News

Class News No. 25/2015: Statutory Alert: USCG ballast water management program update. View

Class News No. 24/2015: Statutory Alert: Ban on use and carriage of heavy grade oils in the Antarctic area – now includes oil used as ballast. View

Class News No. 23/2015: Statutory Alert: Portable gas detectors for vehicle carriers carrying motor vehicles fuelled by hydrogen or compressed natural gas as cargo. View

Class News No. 22/2015: Statutory Alert: ECDIS – New requirements for installing and operating inert gas systems on oil and chemical tankers enter into force 1 January, 2016. View

Future legislation

Future IMO legislation October 2015: This document provides information on the legislation adopted or under discussion by the IMO for all ships. View

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