Functional requirements, and not detailed specifications, are important for the industry to develop the best technology for the future, according to Servogear CEO Torleif Stokke.
Helgeland Plast AS and Evoy AS have completed a prototype of a fully electric Polarcirkel boat. The boat was christened by Prime Minister Erna Solberg early August.
The Servogear Ecoflow Propulsor TM will again provide supreme bollard push capacity and maneuverability for two new vessels operated by Windcat Workboats.
In April 2019 the world’s first diesel-electric hybrid fast-ferry ‘Fjordled’ entered operation in Haugesund, Norway, reducing local pollution and climate emissions.
Oglaend System recently hosted representatives from Nelfo/NISS – a Norwegian trade association for electro. The topic of the day was how we can utilize smart solutions to improve the competitiveness of the Norwegian supplier industry’s within electrical systems for ships. Standardisation in the engineering phase Engineers can choose from pre-defined installation methods that will fit […]
This week, AKVA group had the pleasure of contributing to Marine Student Boot Camp Mid-Norway, where 20 enthusiastic students were gathered to learn about the seafood industry.
Oslo, Norway, 27 September 2018: DNV GL Noble Denton marine services has released a new edition of the ST-N001 Marine operations and marine warranty standard, the industry’s most comprehensive standard for the warranty approval of marine operations, covering all different asset and operation types.
Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO of DNV GL – Maritime, presented Lin Ou, Chairman & President of Jiangnan Shipyard (Group) Co., Ltd, with an approval in principle (AiP) for the “LNG JUMBO”, a new LNG carrier design with GTT MK III Flex Cargo Containment System, at the SMM trade fair in Hamburg today. The flexible, efficient and environmentally friendly design was developed by Jiangnan Shipyard in cooperation with ship designer MARIC, GTT, DNV GL and major equipment manufacturers.
DNV GL and Menon Economics announced that China is the top international shipping nation according to their new report “The Leading Maritime Nations of the World”, which was presented at the SMM trade fair in Hamburg today. The study benchmarks the 30 leading maritime nations around the world in four key maritime pillars: shipping, finance and law, maritime technology and ports & logistics, in an attempt to understand the key drivers behind national maritime success.
The pressure is on for the shipping industry to reduce emissions. In the last few years, both the European Union (EU) and IMO have introduced regulations which require ship operators to gather and report their vessels’ fuel consumption. To help make this reporting process simple, speedy, and streamlined, DNV GL has introduced a combined reporting and verification online tool.