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Ship Efficiency Weekly – The Essential News – 9 Aug 2015

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Insights From Smart Operations: Tokyo 2015

Maritime satellite communications services provider Inmarsat recently hosted a ‘Smart Operations’ seminar in Tokyo.

In this week’s spotlight, Fathom shares insight from the seminar.

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Ship Efficiency Pioneers Have Their Eye On The Prize

Fathom Maritime Intelligence have reported a staggering 60% increase in nominations received for the Ship Efficiency Awards 2015 compared to the inaugural Ship Efficiency Awards held last year.

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Filtration Favoured For Treating Ballast Water

New research has revealed that disinfection may not be the most efficient way of treating ballast water as it can create countless potentially toxic compounds. Instead, physical treatment processes such as filtration or absorption are recommended.

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Industry Survey: NOx, NOx….. Who’s There?

Fathom Maritime Intelligence is undertaking a survey to ascertain how ship owners and operators are addressing current and upcoming nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission reduction requirements for newbuild ships.

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Technology of the Month: BLUNOX by DANSK TEKNOLOGI

This month, Fathom has selected DANSK TEKNOLOGI’S BLUNOX Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System as Tech of the Month.

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Collaboration To Power Hydrogen Ferry Project

A research and development collaboration between US Sandia National Laboratories and San Francisco’s Red and White Fleet is to result in the design of a new high-speed hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered passenger ferry and refuelling station.

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