Port Louis, Mauritius, is to replace its current diesel power generation facilities that run on heavy fuel oil (HFO) with electric power, to improve fuel efficiency by 25% and reduce carbon dioxide emissions simultaneously.
Finnish software developers Eniram are to establish a new London-based hub that will put their fuel-saving solutions and data analytics at the heart of what they call “the primary hub for world for shipping-related services”.
The IMO has this week hosted a workshop in Johor, Malaysia to raise awareness of the organisation’s regulatory regime to deal with improving energy efficiency and controlling greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships.
Shell Marine Products’ (SMP) Rapid Lubricants Analysis service has provided analysis of over 50, 000 cylinder drain oils as of April 2016, helping to extend the engine life of ships, reduce downtime and limit operational costs.
A senior researcher and consultant at CE Delft, will present the preliminary findings of the EU DG Clima study ‘Analysis of market potentials and market barriers for wind propulsion technologies for ships’.
The UNFCCC has this week stressed the need for the shipping and aviation industry’s to urgently cap their greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) if they stand any change of meeting the targets set by the Paris Agreement in December 2015.
On May 12, 2016 Fathom Maritime Intelligence hosted a global Smart Operations event in Singapore. Last week, Ship Efficiency Review presented a collection of hotly debated topics and standout statements made by speakers and delegates. This feature presents further insight.
Speakers highlights from the following companies are included: Rolls Royce, Inmarsat and Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement.