Scrubber selection makes slow progress
It turned out that the number of ships equipped with scrubbers is 240 only as of the beginning of December, 2017. While the introduction of the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) SOx emission limitations leaves less than two y...
Hankuk Carbon inks deal with Hudong
Hankuk Carbon of Korea announced on January 3 that it has pencilled in a contract worth KRW 5.8bn (approximately $5.46m) with Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding, a Chinese large-sized shipbuilder, to supply cryogenic insulation materials for the contai...
GTT to design LNG tank for Korean yard
GTT announced on January 3 that it received at the end of 2017 an order from a South Korean shipyard regarding the design of the LNG tanks of a new LNG carrier. Its delivery is scheduled for the first quarter of 2020. GTT will design the LNG t...
Valmet to upgrade Aranda marine research vessel
Valmet announced on January 2 that it will upgrade the Aranda marine research vessel's control and machinery monitoring system to meet current needs as part of a renovation project for the vessel. Valmet's delivery includes the upgrade of the Val...
HHI seeking breakthrough in green tech
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) developed its own scrubber to enhance its competitive edge in marine engine market. HHI announced on January 3 that it completed a validation test for its scrubber at Ulsan HQ. The scrubber is an equipment to ...
Kangrim nets domestic scrubber deal
Kangrim Heavy Industries, a Korean shipbuilding·offshore equipment manufacturer, has entered into a contract with its compatriot oil company GS Caltex for the supply of exhaust gas cleaning system (EGCS, SOx Scrubber) which is to be installed in...
Wärtsilä’s ESS for North Sea Giant
The technology group Wärtsilä has anounced on December 22 that it agreed to retrofit the world’s first energy storage solution on board a large offshore supply vessel. The North Sea Giant, one of the world’s largest and most advanced subsea...
[Exclusive Interview] Cobham SATCOM
ASIASIS had an interview with Cobham SATCOM of the UK on October 25 during the KORMARINE 2017. On the day, the leading company in the field of very small aperture terminal (VSAT) antenna emphasized its brilliant career, confidence in its...
ABS grants AIP to multiple Chinese products
On December 21 and 22, ABS announced that it granted AIP to multiple Chinese marine products, including LNG power vessel, Very Large Ethane Carrier Concept, Advances Tension Leg Platform Concept, and Self-Elevating Unit. 1. LNG Power Vessel ...
GTT receives order from Korean yard
GTT announced on December 22 that it has received an order from a South Korean shipyard regarding the design of the LNG tanks of 3 new LNG carriers. The deliveries are due in the first semester of 2020. GTT will design the LNG tanks of the uni...
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