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Home » News » Services, Products & Technology - Q2 2009

Services, Products & Technology - Q2 2009

DFDS Tor Line invests in scrubber system
29 Jun 2009 09:38 GMT
First company vessel is fitted with scrubber system in Germany.

New product measures H2S in marine fuel
19 Jun 2009 17:11 GMT
Newly developed instrument is said to offer a cost-effective solution for H2S measurement.

Long Beach to test 'sock on a stack' technology
19 Jun 2009 08:14 GMT
Pollution control device is said to have shown 'promising results' in early demonstrations.

Monitoring service: 'Fuel consumption cut by up to 5%'
16 Jun 2009 10:42 GMT
Developers say service can have a role in future indexing or rating schemes.

Port Everglades gets green light to explore cold ironing
12 Jun 2009 08:05 GMT
Florida port could become first on the US East Coast to install shoreside power.

Nor-Shipping seminar: LNG as bunker fuel is reviewed
11 Jun 2009 17:44 GMT
Alternative energy sources for ships are examined at four-hour Oslo event.

LNG bunker tanker design at Nor-Shipping
11 Jun 2009 09:51 GMT
Swedish firm presents design for bunker tanker that delivers liquefied natural gas.

Weather routing system: '3-4% in fuel savings'
09 Jun 2009 14:15 GMT
US firm launches upgrade, which it says can help cut bunker costs and CO2 emissions.

Shark skin-inspired technology aims to cut fuel costs
05 Jun 2009 18:11 GMT
New hull coatings said to be 'showing promise' in improving fuel efficiency.

'Fuel saving' product line: launch announced
04 Jun 2009 18:22 GMT
New range of products aims to optimize ship fuel usage and improve profitability.

World's first cold ironing oil terminal unveiled
04 Jun 2009 08:06 GMT
Long Beach terminal becomes the first cold ironing facility in the world for liquid bulk ships.

HKMEx may 'not necessarily' launch fuel oil contract
03 Jun 2009 10:06 GMT
President says the launch of energy contracts in 2010 may not include fuel oil.

H2 launch for Singapore bunker contract
26 May 2009 09:41 GMT
Singapore Exchange expected to launch 380-cst futures contract during the second half of 2009.

Sweden to remove 'cold ironing' tax
12 May 2009 09:39 GMT
Country becomes first in the world to abolish tax on plug-in shoreside power.

Total Lubmarine launches biodegradable product range
08 May 2009 12:12 GMT
New lube range developed to enable shipping firms to improve their environmental footprint.

Singapore Exchange meets with fuel oil firms - sources
30 Apr 2009 10:58 GMT
SGX is reported to have met with company representatives to discuss the launch of a 380-cst futures contract.

Fuel oil blender cuts costs in Africa
28 Apr 2009 14:38 GMT
System reduces blending costs by up to $10 per metric tonne, says supplier.

Singapore fuel oil contract in the pipeline -sources
28 Apr 2009 09:43 GMT
Industry sources claim the Singapore Exchange is planning to launch a new 380-cst futures contract in '09.

German firm buys Kittiwake LinerSCAN systems
08 Apr 2009 14:24 GMT
Reederei F. Laeisz buys technology for cylinder oil optimization and liner wear monitoring.

EGCSA hails US-Canadian ECA proposal
07 Apr 2009 13:32 GMT
Association says ECA plan is an opportunity for shipping to incorporate abatement technologies.

US firms enter into emissions product agreement
07 Apr 2009 08:09 GMT
Exclusive distribution agreement is announced for evaporative emissions solution.

LA to offset 'cold ironing' consumption with new solar system
06 Apr 2009 17:18 GMT
Solar initiative to generate 10 megawatts of power as more ships plug into shoreside electricity.

New tool proven to cut bunker costs, says developer
03 Apr 2009 18:26 GMT
Fleet control system aims to reduce marine fuel consumption by 5-10 percent.

Project to maximize fuel efficiency gets EU approval
02 Apr 2009 08:02 GMT
Main aim of the project is to cut marine diesel engine fuel consumption by 10 percent.

'Fuel-saving' paint nominated for eco-awards
01 Apr 2009 08:10 GMT
New hydrogel technology aims to help shipowners cut fuel costs by up to eight percent.

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