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Ship Efficiency Weekly E-News Bulletin 21 Feb. 2016

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Eco Marine Power Finalises Range Of Solar Power Solutions

Eco Marine Power (EMP) has announced that it has finalised its range of marine solar power solutions and related products for use on ships, offshore platforms and coastal applications.

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Analytical Solution Launched For Fuel Quality Benchmarking

DNV GL and Veritas Petroleum Services (VPS) have announced the launch of a new, pioneering Fuel Analytics solution to systematically assess the impact of fuel consumption on ship performance.

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Pollution Surveillance Drones To Be Deployed In Bosphorus Strait

The Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality’s Marine Services Directorate is to use drones to monitor marine pollution in the Bosphorus Strait, northwestern Turkey, to gain greater control over surveillance and fine enforcement.

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Japan Sails Into The ‘Gas Age’ With Wärtsilä Dual-Fuel Engines

Wärtsilä has been awarded a contract to supply 61 dual-fuel engines for 16 new gas carrier ships being built for Japanese owners. These engines will be the first Wärtsilä 50DF engines delivered for the Japanese LNG carrier market.

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2015 was a year of turmoil and uncertainty for the maritime industry.  However out of stormy seas came strong technology trends. In this week’s spotlight we examine the innovations that will make an immense impact on shaping the industry in 2016.

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Containerised LNG Supply Solution Gets Giant German Grant

Germany’s ministry of transport and digital infrastructure has awarded a “seven-figure” sum to a pilot project that will introduce the world’s first mobile, containerised solution for supplying LNG power to container ships that call at the Port of Hamburg.

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China’s Pursuit Of The Smart Ship

A product of enhanced satellite connectivity, big data and advanced analytical powers, the smart ship is being billed as the next ‘revolution’ for all sectors of the maritime industry. When it comes to the pursuit of the smart ship, China is full switched on and as a result is nautical miles ahead of other nations.

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Mediterranean LNG Project Advances To Next Phase

The next phase of the €53.3 million European Union (EU)-funded liquefied natural gas (LNG) bunkering infrastructure development project, Poseidon Med II has been launched.

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DHL Offers Greener Ocean Freight Shipment Service

DHL Global Forwarding’s new freight forwarding service, Danmar Green, offers customers the option to choose more carbon efficient ocean freight.

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