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Methanol fuel cell project gets under way at Alfa Laval

The Alfa Laval Test & Training Center in Aalborg, Denmark, is constructing an innovative fuel cell system that will be used to test high-temperature proton exchange membrane (HTPEM) technology developed by methanol

Centerline Logistics launches “Visionary Fuels” initiative

Seattle, Wash., headquartered Centerline Logistics, a leading national provider of marine petroleum transportation services, has formed an Alternative Fuels Working Group. The group consists of industry partners and internal representatives from within

Sumitomo Heavy wins AiP for methanol dual-fueled tanker

In another indication of growing interest in the use of methanol as a marine fuel, ClassNK has granted Sumitomo Heavy Industries Marine & Engineering Co., Ltd. an Approval in Principle (AiP) for

DFDS climate plan includes AI on the bridge, methanol injection in four strokes

Copenhagen-headquartered freight and passenger ferry operator DFDS has released details of its climate plan for the next ten years. Longer term, DFDS aims to be climate neutral by 2050. Meantime, its short-term

MAN milestone: Dual-fuel two-strokes notch up one million operating hours

MAN Energy Solutions reports that its portfolio of two-stroke, dual-fuel engines has accumulated one million operating hours. The milestone comes on the back of the 300 engines/6.3 GW sales the company recently

Seabulk ATB makes first methanol delivery

Seabulk Tankers, Inc. a subsidiary of SEACOR Holdings Inc. (NYSE: CKH), today reported the successful delivery of its first methanol parcel chemical shipment aboard the articulated tug-barge (ATB) Sea-Power/Sea-Chem I. The Sea-Power/Sea-Chem

Twin tankers pass methanol milestone

Swedish ship management company Marinvest reports that its Mari Jone and Mari Boyle, two of the first vessels powered by dual-fuel ME-LGIM (-Liquid Gas Injection Methanol) engines have each passed 10,000 operating

Methanol promising fuel to cut CO2 emissions

OCTOBER 22, 2018 — The Methanol Institute, the trade association for the methanol industry, recently welcomed the findings of the MethaShip research project that has concluded that renewable methanol offers a long-term

DNVGL: 2020 Global sulfur cap causing paradigm shift

By Jan Hagen Andersen, Business Development Director, DNV GL Maritime AUGUST 22, 2018 — The introduction of the new global sulfur cap in 2020 is causing nothing short of a paradigm shift in

Methanol: The path to zero emissions, says study

MAY 31, 2018 — Could methanol as a marine fuel provide the pathway for ferries, workboats, and coastal vessels to meet increasingly aggressive emissions regulations? A study recently conducted by industry partners