Tag: <span>Regulatory Compliance</span>

METIS adds new tools to platform to enhance decarbonisation and compliance
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METIS adds new tools to platform to enhance decarbonisation and compliance

METIS Cyberspace Technology has launched a new set of tools to help shipping companies manage their environmental impact and achieve their decarbonisation goals while ensuring compliance with industry regulations. Comprising three distinct but related applications – AER Monitoring & Analysis, CII Monitoring & Analysis and MRV & DCS Compliance Documentation and Reporting – the new...

OneOcean adds environmental planner to voyage planning platform
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OneOcean adds environmental planner to voyage planning platform

OneOcean Group has expanded its platform capability to include a new and unique environmental planner, which uses a dynamic timeline to provide a real-time look ahead at the environmental rules and restrictions in force during a voyage. Navigational and environmental planning can be done in a simple integrated workflow. With the addition of the advanced...

Eminox and KBB to deliver complete solution for marine engine emissions reduction
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Eminox and KBB to deliver complete solution for marine engine emissions reduction

Emissions control specialist Eminox and turbocharger maker Kompressorenbau Bannewitz (KBB) have announced a new collaboration to meet increasing emissions compliance requirements for marine diesel engines. The two companies will provide marine engine manufacturers and vessel operators with a fully integrated emissions control solution, from turbo to tailpipe, to deliver clean marine diesel engines. Aimed at...

Weathernews upgrades carbon intensity monitoring service
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Weathernews upgrades carbon intensity monitoring service

Weathernews has launched an upgrade of its Carbon Intensity Monitoring (CIM) Service, the CO2 emission monitoring service for the shipping industry that was initially launched in April this year. The CIM service provides visualisation of the CO2 emissions of vessels to help shipping companies meet IMO regulations. In order to achieve greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction...

Enhancing lubricants to support shipping’s shift to future fuels
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Enhancing lubricants to support shipping’s shift to future fuels

Ship operators must work alongside the companies they charge with maintaining engine condition to ensure a smooth transition to using alternative fuels, says Ian Bown, Lubrizol’s technical manager for marine engine oils. The company is currently exploring how it must adapt lubricants to protect ship engines burning alternative fuels. Shipping’s long-term environmental targets are propelling...

Seaspan to add ten scrubber-fitted containerships to fleet
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Seaspan to add ten scrubber-fitted containerships to fleet

Seaspan has entered into an agreement with a major shipyard for ten 7,000 TEU modern newbuild containerships that will be fitted with scrubbers. The vessels are due to commence delivery in the second quarter and through to the fourth quarter of 2024. Upon completion, the vessels will enter long-term charters with a global liner customer....

EMSA discovers SOx emission breaches using remotely piloted aircraft
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EMSA discovers SOx emission breaches using remotely piloted aircraft

The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has found 27 vessels to be in possible breach of the IMO’s regulation on emissions of sulphur oxides (SOx) since it began monitoring ships’ emissions along the Strait of Gibraltar via remotely piloted aircraft in mid-July. EMSA has been deploying remotely piloted aircraft systems (RPAS) since July 12 this...

BunkerMetric and Veson collaborate to optimise bunker procurement
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BunkerMetric and Veson collaborate to optimise bunker procurement

Scandinavian software company BunkerMetric has joined the Veson Partner Network as an official platform partner. This partnership will see BunkerMetric’s bunker procurement optimisation tool, BunkerPlanner, integrated with the Veson IMOS Platform (VIP), to empower mutual clients with the data-driven insights and connectivity they need to optimise their bunkering decisions. The turnkey integration will help streamline...

Kongsberg adds efficiency optimisation tool to Kognifai Marketplace
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Kongsberg adds efficiency optimisation tool to Kognifai Marketplace

Kongsberg Digital has added vessel performance optimisation tool VESPER to its Kognifai Marketplace. VESPER, a tool developed by Vessel Performance Solutions (VPS) optimises operational efficiency through advanced modelling and analytics to support current environmental reporting such as IMO DCS and EU MRV, and future regulatory requirements including calculation, monitoring and trending of the CII. VESPER’s...

Tsuneishi introduces new eco ship design
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Tsuneishi introduces new eco ship design

Tsuneishi Shipbuilding has published details of its new eco ship design that uses Aeroline technology to reduce wind resistance by around 20 per cent and comply with Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) phase 3 requirements.  The 66,200 MT DWT Tess66 Aeroline achieves the largest class of the Ultramax bulk carrier category to maximise transportation efficiency. Furthermore,...

WinGD delivers two-stroke engine with NOx aftertreatment
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WinGD delivers two-stroke engine with NOx aftertreatment

Swiss engine developer WinGD has launched the first marine two-stroke engine to carry its own nitrogen oxides (NOx) abatement solution, offering reductions in space requirements and installation costs for shipyards seeking to comply with the strictest IMO NOx emission limits. The X52 low-speed engine with integrated Selective Catalytic Reduction (iSCR) was launched during a ceremony...