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Knutsen Orders Wärtsilä Compact Reliq Systems

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Wärtsilä said it has been tapped to supply three more of its Compact Reliq reliquefaction plants to Norway-based Knutsen OAS Shipping, bringing the total number of orders for the same customer to eight, with two having been ordered in 2020, and a further three in 2021. The systems are being installed

Thordon Wins Shaft Seals Order

The Judilily is now fitted with TG100 shaft seals (Photo: Thordon Bearings)

Thordon Bearings’ authorized distributor in Mexico, TZ Industrias, has secured an order to supply the Canadian company’s TG100 shaft seals, equipped with a safe return to port (SRTP) emergency seal, to a quartet of shrimpers operated by Pesquera Axel, one of the country’s leading fishing vessel operators.

Vestdavit Designs Telescopic Davit for the Danish Navy

The frigate Esbern Snare is one of four Danish naval vessels that will be retrofitted with Vestdavit’s new davit system. (Photo: Anders V. Fridberg / Danish Armed Forces)

Vestdavit has extended its range of boat-handling systems with a new telescopic davit specially designed and developed for a retrofit contract with the Royal Danish Navy.The Norwegian davit supplier has now secured the award to deliver a total of eight TDBS 8000 systems for launch and recovery of fast

KSOE's New LNG Fuel Supply System Gets DNV AIP

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Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE) and its subsidiary Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) have received an approval in principle (AIP) from DNV for their newly developed waste heat-derived liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel supply system Hi-eGAS (Hyundai High Efficient Gas Supply System) for 300K very large crude carriers (VLCC).

MAN Marine Engines Approved for Renewable Diesel

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MAN Engines said it has approved all marine engines from its current product range for use with renewable diesel fuel in line with the standard EN15940 in Europe and the US-American specification ASTM D975 of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) with immediate effect. This will allow

Echandia, Toshiba Partner On Fuel Cells for Maritime

Magnus Eriksson, CEO Echandia (Photo: Echandia)

Echandia, a developer of energy solutions for maritime electrification, has entered into an agreement to deepen its collaboration with Toshiba. The partnership agreement will focus on the development of fuel-cell technology combined with batteries to accelerate electrification of the maritime sector.

Cox Marine Adds Four to Its Leadership Team

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British manufacturer Cox Marine announced four new appointments to its Leadership Team as the company ramps up production to meet global demand for the high-performance CXO300 diesel outboard engine.David Gilbert has been appointed as Cox Marine’s new Chief Commercial Officer and Marcus Randall as its Head of Marketing and Communications,

De Nora Signs Service Deal with N-KOM

Dimitrios Tsoulos, Regional Sales Manager EMEA, De Nora Marine Technologies, (R) is joined by Georgios Moutzourogeorgos, Chief Commercial & Business Development Officer, N-KOM, during the formal signing of the service subcontracting agreement with N-KOM, to expand service convenience for De Nora BWMS installed on vessels trading in the Gulf region. (Photo: De Nora)

De Nora Marine Technologies, LLC, said it has entered a formal service subcontracting agreement with Nakilat-Keppel Offshore & Marine (N-KOM), one of the largest shipyard and offshore repair facilities in the Middle East, located at Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.The deal will expand service

VETUS NAVIDURIN Blend Receives LR Approval

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VETUS said its proprietary polymer blend, NAVIDURIN, has been awarded Lloyd’s Register Certification.Incorporated in multiple VETUS products around the engine, NAVIDURIN is optimized for use in marine systems and, according to the manufacturer, offers many benefits spanning the recreational, commercial, and military sectors.

WinGD and Hyundai Heavy Industries Developing Ammonia Two-stroke Engine

Barbara Graziano, Ammonia Technology WinGD Project Manager in the combustion lab (Photo: WinGD)

WinGD and Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Engine Machinery Division (EMD) are working together to deliver the first WinGD engine capable of running on ammonia, as the shipping industry continues to progress toward decarbonization.Under an memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed during the Posidonia exhibition on June 7,