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MDL executes SURF decom project with Helix

By Adis Ajdin Back-deck equipment specialist Maritime Developments MDL has completed a SURF decommissioning project in the UKCS for […] The post MDL executes SURF decom project with Helix appeared… … Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Offshore Energy Today

Schottel to equip ASKO’s autonomous, electric ferries

By Naida Hakirevic Germany’s propulsion manufacturer Schottel has received a contract to deliver EcoPellers and PumpJets for two autonomous electric ferries ordered by Norway-based ASKO Maritime AS. The post Schottel to equip ASKO’s autonomous, electric ferries appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: LNG World News

Second VLEC newbuild joins MISC

By Naida Hakirevic MISC Berhad, a Malaysia-based provider of energy-related maritime solutions and services, has taken delivery of Seri Erlang, its second very large ethane carrier (VLEC) at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) shipyard in Geoje, South Korea. The post Second VLEC newbuild joins MISC appeared first on Offshore Energy. Read Full Article Here For…

CMA CGM’s LNG-powered giant calls at Dunkirk

By Adnan Bajic CMA CGM’s second LNG-powered 23,000 TEU containership, the CMA CGM Champs Elysees has called at Terminal des Flandres at the Grand Port Maritime of Dunkirk. Courtesy of CMA CGM It was the first call in France by a 23,000 TEU vessel powered by liquefied natural gas, CMA CGM said. The vessel joins…

Clarksons: 27% of the order book to run on alternative fuels

By Jasmina Ovcina CMA CGM Jacques Saade bunkered by Gas Agility in Rotterdam; Image by CMA CGM Alternative fuels are gaining traction in the maritime industry amid growing regulatory pressure and currently, they account for 3.5% of the fleet, and 27% of the order book by tonnage, data from Clarksons Research shows. Liquified natural gas…

MOL joins initiative to combine wind power and hydrogen fuel cells

By Jasmina Ovcina Japanese shipping major Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has joined a corporate-academic partnership in a zero-emission initiative called the Wind Hunter Project, seeking new applications for hydrogen fuel and wind power. The project intends to use its rigid, collapsible sail technology developed under the Wind Challenger project on vessels capable of capturing that…

CSL cuts steel for ASKO’s two autonomous, electric ferries

By Jasmina Ovcina The largest commercial shipbuilder in India Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL) Kochi has hosted a plate cutting ceremony for two autonomous electric ferries being built for Norway-based ASKO Maritime AS. Plate cutting ceremony; Image by Cochin Shipyard TorbjØrn Johannson, Chairman of the board for ASKO & ASKO MARITIME, cut the first steel plate…