AssociationsAwardsEnvironmentPress and MediaReports Ship Efficiency Weekly – The Essential News – 1 March 2015 by admin March 1, 2015 March 1, 2015 In the News: Fathom Announce Official Opening of Nominations for the Ship Efficiency Awards 2015 WesPac and Clean Marine Energy To Build First US LNG Bunker Barge Lab To Offer IMO & USCG Ballast Water Treatment System Approval via Single Test Hyundai Develops LNG Reliquefaction System for Fuel Efficiency Coldharbour Marine Ballast System Gets Type Approval IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Event Review: Smart Operations 2015 – Miami Inmarsat, the leading provider of global mobile satellite communications services, staged their ‘Smart Operations’ seminar in Miami this month. In this week’s industry spotlight, Fathom shares insight from this seminar. Read The Full Article ► ——————————————————————– Who’s Doing What: • MSC Confirm Continuation of Jotun Hull Performance Solutions • Seaspan to Fit Two Ferries with Corvus Energy System • Scandlines Joins The Trident Alliance • Pioneer Marine Selects Amarcon Fuel Monitoring System ——————————————————————– ——————————————————————– In The News This Week: Fathom Announce Official Opening of Nominations for the Ship Efficiency Awards 2015 Fathom have announced that nominations for the 2nd annual Ship Efficiency Awards are officially open. Read full post ► WesPac and Clean Marine Energy To Build First US LNG Bunker Barge WesPac Midstream LLC and Clean Marine Energy LLC (CME) affiliate have announced a construction contract with Conrad Orange Shipyard Inc. to build the first dedicated LNG bunker barge for the marine market in North America. Read full post ► Lab To Offer IMO & USCG Ballast Water Treatment System Approval via Single Test Ballast water management system (BWMS) manufacturers now have the opportunity to obtain German and U.S. type approvals from a single test. Read full post ► Hyundai Develops LNG Reliquefaction System for Fuel Efficiency Hyundai Heavy Industries has developed a gas management system capable of re-liquefying boil off gas from an LNG membrane containment tank to use as fuel for LNG carriers. Read full post ► Coldharbour Marine Ballast System Gets Type Approval Coldharbour Marine’s GLD optimised in-tank Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) has obtained type approval under IMO resolution MEPC 174 (58). Read full post ► BIMCOfathomNewsletter 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail admin previous post Hot Port News from GAC next post Ecoshield® is the only coating that protects rudders for the lifetime of the ship You may also like Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 76), 10 to... June 21, 2021 Seabed 2030 announces new partnership with the UK... June 21, 2021 One Sea White Paper sets agenda for autonomous... June 21, 2021 DNV completes successful concept verification review of Odfjell... June 21, 2021 Remembering Jeancourt-Galignani; Central banks crucial to climate efforts June 21, 2021 Investigation opens into child’s fatal fall… plus more June 21, 2021 Next Generation EU issuance will boost euro’s reserve... June 19, 2021 Batteries included: Damen reaches major milestone in fully-electric... June 18, 2021 Shipping industry urges governments to act on USD... June 18, 2021 ClassNK expands scope of Innovation Endorsement June 18, 2021 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.