Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News Bulletin 2 Oct. 2016

Energy, Environment, Marine Equipment Products and Services, Reports, Shipmanagement — By on October 2, 2016 at 5:55 PM

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‘Pay as You Save’ Scrubber Deal Signed

Union Maritime has signed an agreement with Pacific Green Technologies Marine to pay for a scrubber through the cost savings acheived.

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Smart Operations Sets Sail for Cyprus

The global Smart Operations event series will soon arrive at its final port call for 2016, in the international shipping hub that is Cyprus.

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Eniram Launches Next Generation Fleet Performance Monitoring Service

Eniram has this week launched their next generation fleet performance monitoring service at the Baltic Exchange in London.

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Yara Installs Multi-Engine Inlet Inline Scrubbers on LPG Carriers

Yara Marine Technologies has commissioned a multi-engine inlet, inline SOx scrubber for two Hyundai Heavy Industries LPG vessels.

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First Insurance Company Joins Green Award as Incentive Provider

The Gard P&I Club has become the first insurance incentive provider to join the Green Award Incentive Program.

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Battery Tech Sails Through Toughest Safety and Reliability Tests

Corvus Energy’s next generation energy storage system has passed thermal runaway propagation testing.

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In The Spotlight: U.S. Coast Guard Ballast Water Compliance Extension Requests

Following Finland’s ratification of the Ballast Water Management Convention, igniting its entry into force in September 2017, Ship Efficiency Review issue 10 hosted a special feature written by Captain Andrew Norris, U.S. Coast Guard (retired), maritime attorney and consultant regarding the complexities surrounding common extension requests for compliance. This week, the issue around the lack of USCG type-approval ballast water treatment systems and what this means for the extension process is explored.

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€6.2mil Research Project to Advance Ship Design Tools

The European Commission has awarded 6.2 Million Euros to a new research project that aims to develop simulation and modelling tools to minimise the time and costs involved in ship design and production.

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Klüber Launches Range of High Performance EALs

Klüber Lubrication has launched a range of Environmentally Acceptable Lubricants (EAL) for ships and offshore applications – The Kluberbio LG 39-700 N and Kluberbio LG 39-701 N lubricants.

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Nor-Shipping 2017 to Put Disruptive Sustainability at the Vanguard

Next year Nor-Shipping 2017 will be adopting the overall theme of ‘Catalyst for Change’, at the core of which will be a dedicated exhibition Hall A for ‘Disruptive Sustainability’.

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Transas Celebrated as Digital Innovators at Lloyd’s List Global Awards

Transas took home the Digital Innovation Award at the Lloyd’s List Global Awards last night for their Integrated Full-Mission Simulation Academy Solution.

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Rolls-Royce Tech Selected to Power New Cruise Ships

Fincantieri has selected Rolls-Royce’s propulsion and deck machinery to power five cruise ships being built for various ship owners to permit maximum efficiency and fuel savings.

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Port of Gothenburg Celebrates LNG Bunkering First

The Port of Gothenburg reaches a milestone today with the first bunkering of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from a tanker at the Swedish port.

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