MAN B&W Otto Cycle engine with ME-GA-opti control system

MAN ES says new ME-GA-opti is an engine control “first”

The MAN Energy Solutions ME-GA Otto-cycle engine that recently completed gas trials in an LNG carrier built by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) has an engine control system with a new “first,”

MAN B&W Otto Cycle engine with ME-GA-opti control system

First MAN B&W Otto-cycle engine completes gas trials

MAN Energy Solutions reports that its first ME-GA Otto-cycle engine has completed gas trials in an LNG carrier built by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) for Norwegian shipping company, Knutsen OAS Shipping.

MAN's Research Center Copenhagen, with its two research engines, is playing a major part in the development of next-generation engines.

Marine engine design and the future fuels challenge 

Any discussion of developments in marine engine design must start with fuels — notably future fuels because any ship ordered today will have an expected operating life of around 20 to 25

Maria Tierney, Senior Key Account Manager, Global Accounts at KPI OceanConnect in Houston, presents her views on the current marine fuels.

Op-Ed: Marine fuels and the future of a multi-dynamic market

Maria Tierney, Senior Key Account Manager, Global Accounts at KPI OceanConnect in Houston, presents her views on the current marine fuels market, including counterparty risk assessment in this multi-dynamic market and the

Energos Grand will be retrofitted with a Wärtsilä Compac Reliq boil-off gas reliquefaction solution

Wärtsilä reliquefaction system selected for FSU retrofit

Wärtsilä is to supply the reliquefaction system for a retrofit project on an LNG carrier converted to operate as a floating storage unit (FSU). The vessel, the Energos Grand, is owned by

Dr Cassandra Higham, Global Marine and Energy Marketing Manager, Castrol

Op-Ed: Marine lubricants role in decarbonization

While alternative fuels may be the marine industry’s current area of focus, it must not be forgotten that fuels and marine lubricants are intrinsically linked, says Dr. Cassandra Higham, Global Marine and Energy Marketing

MSC World Europa, the first MSC World Class ship

MSC World Europa: Green as well as glitzy

MSC Cruises largest ship the 1,094 feet, 6,762 passenger MSC World Europa, is starting its first summer season in the Mediterranean after arriving from the Arabian Gulf this week and the cruise

Steve Esau

Op-Ed: Bio-LNG production is scaling rapidly

By Steve Esau, Chief Operating Officer, SEA-LNG The European Commission’s REPowerEU plan aims to boost European biomethane production tenfold from 3.5 bcm today to 35 bcm per year by 2030. Much of this

Large cruise ship in dry dock at Finnish shipyard.

Buoyant bookings boost cruise line hopes 

Cruise lines are in the business of pleasing people. They must be. They’re the only shipowners whose cargo can talk back, and not only talk but tweet, yelp, like/dislike and all the

Sun Princess

Fincantieri Monfalcone floats out Princess Cruises’ next-gen Sun Princess

Carnival Corporation’s Princess Cruises brand has celebrated construction milestone with the float out of its next-generation ship, Sun Princess, at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone, Italy, shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. Following the Italian shipyard’s tradition,

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