APRIL 16, 2018 — New Orleans, LA, based Technology Associates, Inc. (TAI) has completed a contract for the design and construction of another High-Speed Foil Assisted Catamaran Hydrographic Survey Vessel. Named S/V
FEBRUARY 27, 2018 — TOTE Maritime Alaska has completed the first of four conversion periods that will see its two Orca class vessels equipped to use liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel.
AUGUST 18, 2017—A multi-purpose supply vessel under construction for a federal Russian agency will have an array of supplied by MAN Diesel & Turbo and hybrid electric propulsion specialist Aspin Kemp Associates
NOVEMBER 4, 2015—The Isla Bella, the world’s first LNG-powered container vessel, transited through the Panama Canal on October 30. The transit by the Isla Bella marks a milestone for the maritime industry
OCTOBER 8, 2015—Leading classification society ClassNK has begun actual verification tests of its next-generation condition-based monitoring (CBM) system ClassNK CMAXS e-GICSX for Mitsui’s MAN B&W engines. The system is being jointly developed
FEBRUARY 2, 2015 — MAN Diesel & Turbo has announced the launch of its PA6 B Offshore GenSet (OG). Aimed at the offshore-drilling segment, the new genset is specifically targeted at semisubmersible
OCTOBER 31, 2014 — Chevron Marine Products LLC says that, following extensive sea trials, MAN Diesel & Turbo has upgraded its interim approval of a new 100 BN cylinder oil to a
OCTOBER 1, 2014 — Two series of fishing vessel newbuildings ordered by Icelandic owners will have MAN six-cylinder L27/38 main engines, but differ in the specified propeller, aft-ship and propeller-nozzle configurations. The
JULY 22, 2014 — Three 36,000 cu.m LEGCs (Liquefied Ethylene Gas Carriers) ordered by Oslo headquartered Ocean Yield ASA, will each be powered by a single MAN B&W ME-GI low-speed, dual-fuel engine.
JULY 15, 2014—Another milestone was marked in the construction of the world’s first LNG-powered containerships with the delivery of the world’s first dual-fuel slow-speed engine to General Dynamics’ NASSCO’s shipyard in San