Tag: <span>dual-fuel engines</span>

Brittany Ferries signs long-term service agreement with Wärtsilä
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Brittany Ferries signs long-term service agreement with Wärtsilä

Brittany Ferries has signed a 10-year service agreement with Wärtsilä to secure long-term technical support for its scope of solutions installed on Brittany Ferries’ new LNG-fuelled ferry. The latest RoPax vessel, the Salamanca is the first LNG-fuelled passenger ferry to operate from the U.K. The vessel’s multi-fuel Wärtsilä engines are also adapted to utilise even...

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...

Pacific International chooses ammonia-ready engines for newbuild containerships
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Pacific International chooses ammonia-ready engines for newbuild containerships

Singapore-based Pacific International Lines (PIL) has ordered WinGD X92DF-2.0 dual-fuel ammonia-ready engines for its four new 14,000 TEU containerships. The vessels are being built at the Jiangnan shipyard in China. The engines will be fitted with WinGD’s latest greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reducing technology iCER (Intelligent Control by Exhaust Recycling) which delivers enhanced combustion control....

Poland’s first LNG-fuelled RoPax vessels to feature Wärtsilä solutions
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Poland’s first LNG-fuelled RoPax vessels to feature Wärtsilä solutions

Three new liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled RoPax vessels operated by ferry companies Unity Line and Polferries will feature Wärtsilä engines, fuel storage and supply systems. The vessels are the first LNG-fuelled RoPax vessels to be built for the Polish maritime sector. Wärtsilä was contracted by Remontowa shipyard in Poland to supply the equipment and...

Stena RoRo selects Wärtsilä power solutions gas-fuelled ferry trio
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Stena RoRo selects Wärtsilä power solutions gas-fuelled ferry trio

Three new LNG-fuelled Ro-Pax vessels being built for Swedish ferry operator Stena RoRo will feature a broad scope of Wärtsilä solutions. The ships are under construction at China Merchants Jinling (Weihai) Shipyard and will operate with Wärtsilä engines and propulsion machinery when delivered in 2024 and 2025. The order was booked with Wärtsilä in Q4...

Gaslog secures maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä
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Gaslog secures maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä

Greek shipowner and operator Gaslog has selected Wärtsilä’s optimised maintenance agreement to cover ten of the company’s very large LNG carrier vessels. The agreement is designed to ensure certainty of operations with budgeted maintenance costs. The tailored agreement covers the vessels’ twin two-stroke dual-fuel main engines, enabling them to benefit from the latest condition monitoring...

GEV secures Wärtsilä AiP for pilot hydrogen vessel
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GEV secures Wärtsilä AiP for pilot hydrogen vessel

Australian energy transportation company Global Energy Ventures (GEV) has obtained approval-in-principle (AiP) from Wärtsilä for its pilot scale 430 tonne C-H2 carrier vessel. The pilot compressed hydrogen vessel is a highly functional Handymax sized gas carrier designed to advance the commercialisation of green hydrogen projects. Wärtsilä has worked in close cooperation with GEV’s ship designer...

WinGD and HHI-EMD collaborate to develop sustainable engine technology
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WinGD and HHI-EMD collaborate to develop sustainable engine technology

Marine engine designer and power system integrator WinGD and engine builder Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Engine Machinery Division (HHI-EMD) are to strengthen their collaboration by partnering to develop environmentally sustainable two-stroke engine technology. Under a joint development agreement signed at the Kormarine 2021 exhibition in Busan last month, the two companies will together develop engine solutions...

WinGD invests in training as gas-fuelled fleet grows
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WinGD invests in training as gas-fuelled fleet grows

Marine low-speed engine developer WinGD has strengthened its training capabilities as the number of gas-fuelled vessels on order surges. Among the investments, the company has expanded its network of training locations and added new online tools, making it even easier for ship operators to give their crews the skills they need. According to DNV’s Alternative...