The drive for cost savings and efficiency improvements is an important goal to operators in a marine industry that is still reeling from a downturn in the market. Since the advent of the digital era, many suppliers have expounded that shipowners need to invest in digital systems, data analytics and machine learning if they are serious about being key players in the marine industry in the future.
Valletta Harbour Malta Across the world, we are seeing an increasing number of plans by countries to phase out in the coming years use of diesel in transport onshore. Now people are asking, with shipping, if electricity could replace diesel, especially with the prospect of the introduction of tougher emission […]
Just edited, written and planned content about the global power generation news, developments, issues and events for the winter edition of Cavendish Group business publishing publication Marine Engineering & Offshore Technology. Also the first time I have seen my work translated into Chinese. See for more info http://www.marineoffshoretechnology.net/
Nicholas Newman MEOT December 2017 Faced with international standards limiting sulphur emissions, under the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, LNG has been promoted as an alternative to “dirty” bunker fuel oil for shipping. Since 2005, stricter controls to minimise multiple airborne emissions including sulphur oxides, oxides […]
By Nicholas Newman energy journalist and copywriter www.nicnewmanoxford.com Under The International Maritime Organization’s regulations, ships built after 2025 will be 30 percent more efficient, with better engines, cleaner fuels and smarter speed management. In anticipation, ship designers, builders and engine manufacturers are currently working on improving energy efficiency with a new engine, […]