Tag: <span>Approval in Principle</span>

Alfa Laval joins the Methanol Institute
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Alfa Laval joins the Methanol Institute

Alfa Laval has become a member of the Methanol Institute, a global trade association for the methanol industry that represents methanol producers, distributors and technology companies. The Methanol Institute works to protect existing markets for methanol while promoting the growth of emerging energy markets. One key area of growth is the marine industry, where the...

Methanol to hydrogen generator secures AiP from LR
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Methanol to hydrogen generator secures AiP from LR

Renewable energy company e1 Marine has secure approval in principle (AiP) for its M-series methanol to hydrogen generator from Lloyd’s Register (LR). The AiP represents an important landmark for demonstrating the compliance of e1 Marine’s technology with all applicable regulations, codes and standards. This will act as a spring board for enabling the demonstration of...

ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-ready LNG-fuelled bulk carrier
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ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-ready LNG-fuelled bulk carrier

ClassNK has issued an Approval in Principle (AiP) for the design of an ammonia-ready LNG-fuelled Panamax bulk carrier developed by the Planning and Design Centre for Greener Ships (GSC). Ammonia is expected to be used as ship fuel for decarbonisation since it does not emit CO2 when burned. Adequate safety measures are important due to...

Marine Service and Newport Shipping secure BV AiP for containerised LNG solution
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Marine Service and Newport Shipping secure BV AiP for containerised LNG solution

Marine Service and Newport Shipping have announced an approval in principle (AiP) from Bureau Veritas (BV) for a jointly developed containerised LNG solution. The 40′ ISO LNG Fuel Tank Container System is suitable for LNG-fuelled newbuildings and retrofits of container vessels. The LNG fuel tank container is a class approved Type C LNG fuel tank...

GTT, Alwena Shipping & Zhoushan receive AiP for LNG & jumboisation retrofit concept
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GTT, Alwena Shipping & Zhoushan receive AiP for LNG & jumboisation retrofit concept

GTT, Alwena Shipping, and COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry (Zhoushan) shipyard, have received an Approval in Principle (AiP) from the classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) for a new concept, combining LNG retrofit and jumboisation, applied to large container ships. GTT carried out the LNG Mark III membrane tank design while its integration into the ship was...

ABB and Ballard secure DNV AiP for fuel cell concept
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ABB and Ballard secure DNV AiP for fuel cell concept

ABB and Ballard have received an AiP from DNV for their high-power fuel cell concept, which will support the energy needs of a diverse range of vessels requiring multiple 3 MW blocks of power. A cruise vessel operating in coastal areas could either run entirely on fuel cell power or switch to it when operating in...

RINA grants AiP to hydrogen-fuelled MR tanker
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RINA grants AiP to hydrogen-fuelled MR tanker

RINA has announced the Approval in Principle (AiP) of Swedish designer FKAB Marine Design’s hydrogen-powered medium range (MR)  tanker. This is the first AiP of a design using currently viable technology and fuels that achieves IMO 2050 targets. Conceived by the class society and designed by FKAB, the propulsion is based on combining the ship’s...

KR awards AiP for Korea’s first onboard carbon capture & storage system
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KR awards AiP for Korea’s first onboard carbon capture & storage system

The Korean Register (KR) has awarded approval in principle (AiP) to Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) and Panasia for their ‘onboard carbon capture and storage system (OCCS)’. The technology captures the carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted in the exhaust gases generated from the internal combustion engines of ships. The optimised wet absorption type carbon dioxide capture device...

ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-fuelled bulker
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ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-fuelled bulker

ClassNK has issued an approval in principle (AiP) for the design of an ammonia-fuelled Panamax bulk carrier developed by Planning and Design Centre for Greener Ships (GSC). Ammonia is expected to be used as decarbonised fuel for ships since it does not emit CO2 when burned, however, taking adequate safety measures are impartial due to...

KR awards AIP for ammonia-fuelled ships
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KR awards AIP for ammonia-fuelled ships

The Korean Register (KR) awarded approval in principal (AIP) to two green ammonia-fuelled ships at KR’s Seoul branch office. One of the ships is a 60,000m3 ammonia-fuelled ammonia carrier and the other is a 38,000m3 ammonia carrier/bunkering ship, developed by Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE), Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD)....

Anglo-Eastern secures AiP for ammonia-fuelled newcastlemax
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Anglo-Eastern secures AiP for ammonia-fuelled newcastlemax

An innovative ammonia-fuelled newcastlemax bulker design from Anglo-Eastern Technical Services (AETS) has been granted approval in principle (AIP) by ABS. The dual-fuel vessel design sacrifices no cargo space by using deck-mounted IMO Type C tanks under the accommodation block on each side of the vessel. AETS has designed the system for retrofit to existing vessels...

ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-fuelled PCC
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ClassNK issues AiP for ammonia-fuelled PCC

ClassNK has issued an approval in principle (AiP) to Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) and Shin Kurushima Dockyard for their jointly developed design of an ammonia-fuelled pure car carrier (PCC). Ammonia is expected to be used as decarbonised fuel for ships since it does not emit CO2 when burned, however, taking adequate safety measures are...