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AMBER

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Indonesia | Port: Jakarta

CORAL

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Indonesia | Port: Jakarta

TEMASEK ATTAKA

Supply Vessel/Tug | Flag: Indonesia | Port: Jakarta

TEMASEK SEPINGGAN

Offshore Support Vessel | Flag: Republic of Indonesia | Port: Jakarta

Maritime News

Will Customers Redefine Design and the Science of Marine Propulsion?

Will Customers Redefine Design and the Science of Marine Propulsion?

3 hours ago
It is “pre-COVID ” April of 2018, and 174 member states of IMO adopt a new strategy to reduce greenhouse gases from shipping. The meetings are considered “urgent” and the target is to reduce carbon emissions in half by 2050. Prior to those “targets” shipping dealt with regulations to address SOx and NOx reductions. Most of which have resulted in limited success due to infrastructure problems and a consideration as a temporary fix.The technical world has responded with low sulfur fuels, LNG, and methanol to work towards the target. Not a surprise as shipping has been addicted to fossil fuels and large combustion engines for over 100 years.
Operation Car Wash: Seadrill Served with Search and Seizure Warrant in Brazil

Operation Car Wash: Seadrill Served with Search and Seizure Warrant in Brazil

7 hours ago
Offshore drilling contractor Seadrill said Thursday its Brazilian subsidiary had been served with a search and seizure warrant in relation to a bribery investigation."Seadrill Limited confirms that today its subsidiary Seadrill Serviços de Petroleo, Ltda was served with a search and seizure warrant from the Federal Police in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as part of the latest phase of Operation Car Wash."Operation Car Wash is a years-long corruption investigation by the Brazilian Federal Police that covers, among others, allegations that some Petrobras executives have been taking bribes to award contracts to service providers.
Plug & Play: 'Microgrid in a Box' Promises to help Power Maritime's Future

Plug & Play: 'Microgrid in a Box' Promises to help Power Maritime's Future

4 hours ago
As the maritime industry searches for the means to meet ever tightening emission regulations, battery power sits at the center of future paths to decarbonization. Sterling PBES launched CanPower, an all-encompassing ESS microgrid. The CanPower 'Microgrid in a Box' promises to add energy storage to virtually any vessel, without the need for complex design and build times.According to Sterline PBES, two of the main hurdles facing shipowners wishing to install ESS’ are the physical footprints of the systems and the complexity of the installation.
Manor's New CTV Sails on First Charter

Manor's New CTV Sails on First Charter

31 minutes ago
U.K.-based marine services firm Manor Renewable Energy (MRE) said its newest crew transfer vessel (CTV), Manor Endurance, has embarked on its first charter supporting the East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm, off the U.K.’s East Coast.The launch follows a year-long build and sea trials at the Manor Marine shipyard in the U.K. The £4 million ($5.1 million) aluminum catamaran will primarily work as a support vessel for offshore wind farm projects in Europe, following in the footsteps of sister vessel Manor Venture launched in 2017 and also built at Manor Marine.
Schottel Thrusters for Russia-bound Ice-Breaking W2W Vessel

Schottel Thrusters for Russia-bound Ice-Breaking W2W Vessel

2 hours ago
Dutch shipbuilder Royal Niestern Sander has ordered Schottel thrusters for what has been described as the world's first shallow-draught ice-breaking walk-to-work vessel, targeted for operation at the Russian Far East.Under the order from a joint venture between the Russian companies Mercury Sakhalin and Pola, Royal Niestern Sander is constructing the 75.9-meter-long, 14-meter-wide vessel that will serve the offshore oil and gas installations near the Sakhalin Island, Russia.After ordering an ice-strengthened gangway for the vessel form Ampelmann in June, the shipyard has now ordered thrusters from the German propulsion specialist Schottel.
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (September 2020)
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (September 2020)
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