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Home » News » Services, Products & Technology - Q3 2009

Services, Products & Technology - Q3 2009

Scrubber system gets S$2 million in funding
28 Sep 2009 11:18 GMT
Singapore firm is awarded funding to develop ' breakthrough technology' to cut ship emissions.

Whale-inspired project aims to cut fuel costs
28 Sep 2009 09:14 GMT
Researcher claims 'slime' concept can cut fuel consumption by around 20 percent.

Chevron launches 'low emission' lubricant
23 Sep 2009 09:48 GMT
New product is the oil major's first marine lubricant designed with tier-four engine compliance in mind.

Solar vessel gets 'Ship of the Year' award
23 Sep 2009 07:13 GMT
Solar power-assisted vessel is recognized as the ship of the year at the Lloyd’s List Global Awards.

Korean firm launches electric ship
22 Sep 2009 11:01 GMT
Shipbuilder says vessel is the first hybrid ship of its kind to be launched in Korea.

Antwerp to introduce barge identification system
17 Sep 2009 16:29 GMT
Use of the new system will be compulsory for all bunker barges operating in the area.

Cruise operators to begin jatropha trials
17 Sep 2009 07:38 GMT
Biofuel trials to examine whether jatropha can be used as a marine fuel.

Mobile cold ironing for Oakland ship
16 Sep 2009 11:12 GMT
Patented mobile shore-side power is provided to container vessel at California port.

Fuel cell project reaches 'important milestone'
16 Sep 2009 10:28 GMT
Fuel cell system is installed on merchant ship for testing to be carried out at sea.

Bunker measuring system passes field testing
15 Sep 2009 07:11 GMT
US supplier tests new bunkering system to measure and report marine fuel transfers.

IMAREX signs technology agreements
11 Sep 2009 09:38 GMT
Oslo-based maritime exchange signs contracts to use trading system technology.

Wärtsilä applauds scrubber certification
11 Sep 2009 07:26 GMT
Finnish manufacturer says it aims to be a 'significant supplier' of exhaust gas cleaning technology.

Solar ship completes seven months of voyages
08 Sep 2009 13:58 GMT
Two-year experiment into how solar power can be used to power a vessel continues.

'Ship-train' powered by fuel cells and wind power
04 Sep 2009 11:01 GMT
Future ship concept designed to sail across the Arctic Ocean.

More shore power coming to Long Beach
04 Sep 2009 09:34 GMT
California port has begun construction work on its fourth shore power dock.

High-efficiency solar cells to power world's largest solar catamaran
04 Sep 2009 07:26 GMT
Construction of new solar catamaran is expected to be completed in February 2010.

Vancouver unveils shore power facility
03 Sep 2009 16:48 GMT
West Coast port is the first in Canada to install cold ironing for cruise ships.

Solar-powered passenger ship is launched
13 Aug 2009 11:03 GMT
German firm says vessel is a tangible sign that emission-free mobility is advancing.

Fuel cell association to 'educate the industry'
13 Aug 2009 10:07 GMT
Association to exhibit at maritime event to 'educate' the industry on the advantages of fuel cell technologies.

Shoreside power 'so successful' in Sweden
29 Jul 2009 07:32 GMT
Sweden's shore-to-ship electrical connections save around 1,900 tonnes of fuel each year.

'Superyacht' to run on wind, solar power
28 Jul 2009 18:22 GMT
New eco-yacht is designed to be powered by 'rigid wing' sails and solar energy.

Namibia launches fuel blending station
27 Jul 2009 09:47 GMT
New onshore facility developed to help vessels reduce fuel costs and ship emissions.

LNG-powered vessel developed in Korea
13 Jul 2009 11:27 GMT
Groundbreaking new vessel is said to be able to reduce operating costs by up to 38 percent.

US supplier rolls out fuel management system
08 Jul 2009 07:14 GMT
New system is said to automatically measure bunker fuel as it is pumped from a barge onto a vessel.

Solar ship arrives in California
03 Jul 2009 07:46 GMT
World's first cargo ship partly powered by solar energy arrives at US port.

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