Rolls-Royce is supplying two MTU 16V 4000 M55RN gas engines to Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine Integrated Yard. They will power what will be the world’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG)-hybrid powered tug. The
A new initiative is targeting solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) as a key to the optimal utilization of fuels such as ammonia, hydrogen or bio-methane for power production in marine vessels. The
Since the widespread switch to low-sulfur fuels, some ship owners using very low-sulfur fuel oil (VLSFO) have reported build-up of red deposits on piston crowns and top edges, sometimes combined with red
Registration is now open for Marine Log’s annual TTB—Tugs, Towboats & Barges conference, the only event dedicated exclusively to the tug, towboat and barge segments of the U.S. maritime transportation industry. The
The General Accounting Office has just released a report entitled “Columbia Class Submarine: Delivery Hinges on Timely and Quality Materials from an Atrophied Supplier Base.” The Navy plans to invest about $128
Finland’s Meyer Turku shipyard today floated out Costa Toscana, the new flagship of Carnival Corporation’s Italian company, Costa Cruises. Like sister ship Costa Smeralda, the 337 meter, 6,730 passenger vessel will be
Q-LNG Transport and Shell Trading (US) Company report that the first offshore liquified natural gas bunkering articulated tug and barge in the United States, the Q-LNG 4000 is now ready for operations.
The latest weekly Tanker Opinon from Poten & Partners notes that 2021 is “not off to a great start.” While usually, the winter months are good for tanker rates, that’s not the
CIT Group Inc. (NYSE: CIT) reports that its maritime finance business served as sole lead arranger on a $56 million senior secured financing on behalf of Seamax Container Shipping II LLC. The
Recently delivered by the ASL Shipyard, Singapore, the Robert Allan Ltd. designed RAstar 3000-W series ASD tug Svitzer North has been built to a design developed in close co-operation with Svitzer’s operations
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on an incident in which a fully laden product tanker plowed into moored vessels, barges and wharves causing some $40.5 million of damages.