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Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News Bulletin – 27 Sept. 2015

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The Zero Emission Port Call Concept

A simple evaluation of technologies made ABB realise that all the technologies required to create a ‘different’ kind of port actually existed, inspiring ABB to combine these technologies to come up with a zero emissions solution.

In this week’s spotlight Fathom caught up with Eero Lehtovaara, head of ABB Marine’s Design House to discuss the notion behind ABB’s Zero Emissions Port Call concept.

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ABB Invests In Highly Advanced Cable-Laying Vessel

ABB, a global provider of power and automation technologies, has ordered a highly advanced cable-laying vessel to boost the capacity of its submarine cable operations while achieving greater efficiency and precision.

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Smart Operations 2015 – Next Stop Copenhagen

Inmarsat Maritime’s global event series, Smart Operations, will conclude on 6 October 2015 in Copenhagen, Denmark. The focus of the final seminar is how data driven technologies and processes will transform maritime operations in the future.

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The Smart Ship Issue Of Ship Efficiency: The Insight Is Now Available


In this issue….. The Smart Ship, Seamless Connectivity And Big Data In The Spotlight; Big Data: Buzzword Or Gamechanger?; Taking The Internet Of Things To The High Seas; Ship Effciency Innovation Special.

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First Fuel Saving X-STERN Hull To Be Fitted

The first X-STERN hull is currently being mounted to Yno 309, a ship for the offshore wind service industry, ready for shipment to Ulstein Verft at the end of December.

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LNG Viability Questioned In New Study

A recent study published in the academic journal Energy Policy evaluated whether using liquefied natural gas (LNG) as an alternative fuel for ships can noticeably reduce local pollution and greenhouse gases (GHG) emitted by the maritime industry.

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New Software Aims To Improve Fuel Efficiency, Reduce Unnecessary Maintenance

New condition-monitoring software is aiming to make ships “smarter” by improving fuel efficiency and reducing unnecessary maintenance, Lancaster University announced this week.

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