Tag: <span>Joint Study</span>

BlueStor unveils floating organic flow battery design
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BlueStor unveils floating organic flow battery design

BlueStor, a project created by MSE International and funded by BEIS under its longer duration energy storage (LODES) competition, has produced detailed plans for developing the UK’s first floating organic flow battery for decarbonised port energy storage and shore power for two cruise ships. The current phase of the BlueStor project has been a feasibility...

NAPA, ClassNK and Marubeni to assess impact of EEXI and CII on operations
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NAPA, ClassNK and Marubeni to assess impact of EEXI and CII on operations

NAPA, ClassNK and Marubeni have confirmed a new partnership to assess the impact of voyage optimisation on reducing fuel and carbon emissions. NAPA will use its Fleet Intelligence platform to retrospectively analyse the impact of EEXI (Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index) using the actual vessel performance across Marubeni’s fleet and compare it against similar fleets....

“K” LINE participates in feasibility study of ammonia as a marine fuel
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“K” LINE participates in feasibility study of ammonia as a marine fuel

Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (“K” LINE) has participated in a feasibility study, which has been jointly conducted since March 2021, with the aim to establish a ship-to-ship based ammonia bunkering at the Port of Singapore.  Other companies involved in the study include A.P. Moller – Maersk, Fleet Management, Keppel Offshore & Marine, Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Centre...

Longitude to support Pertamina’s low carbon shipping drive
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Longitude to support Pertamina’s low carbon shipping drive

Longitude Engineering has been tasked with supporting the Asian Development Bank with a feasibility study that aims to help PT Pertamina (Pertamina) develop a roadmap for the integration of low carbon fuels into its domestic shipping industry. Pertamina is Indonesia’s national energy company, 100 per cent owned by the Government of Indonesia. The study also...

DNV to lead ammonia bunkering safety study
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DNV to lead ammonia bunkering safety study

DNV has been selected to lead an ammonia bunkering safety study by the Global Centre for Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) in Singapore. The pioneering study aims to define a robust set of safety guidelines and operational envelopes that will establish the basis of a regulatory sandbox for ammonia bunkering trials at two local sites. DNV will...

Stena Bulk shares results of carbon capture study
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Stena Bulk shares results of carbon capture study

Stena Bulk has announced the results of a recent partnership with the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) to study and explore the potential of capturing carbon at the point of exhaust from large commercial vessels. Stationary carbon capture & storage (CCS) technologies onboard ships could be an important solution in the maritime sector’s race...

Singapore study to explore the potential for ammonia as a marine fuel
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Singapore study to explore the potential for ammonia as a marine fuel

ABS, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, and the Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI) are collaborating on a study of the potential of ammonia for Singapore, exploring supply, bunkering, and safety challenges with the marine fuel. Titled Ammonia as a Marine Fuel in Singapore – Supply Chain, Bunker Safety, and Potential Issues, the joint study...