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Norway’s Maritime Cleantech welcomes new collaborators

Norway’s Maritime Cleantech welcomes new collaborators

Maritime CleanTech, a proponent of green initiatives in the maritime sector has announced it will be collaborating with several key companies.  Ada Jakobsen, CEO of Maritime CleanTech, expressed enthusiasm about the expanded network, underscoring the profound significance of each member’s contributions to the collective endeavor. “Together, we are not merely navigating the seas; rather, we […]

Ulstein Verft signs two-ship CSOV contract with JP Morgan

Ulstein Verft signs two-ship CSOV contract with JP Morgan

Norwegian shipyard Ulstein Verft will build two new Construction Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs) for J.P. Morgan under the terms of a deal announced on 5th January. The CSOVs, which will be equipped with a hybrid propulsion system and methanol ready. They will be built to an adaptation of the Ulstein SX222 design platform, utilizing Ulstein’s […]

Prysmian Group boosts its CLV fleet

Prysmian Group boosts its CLV fleet

Italian-based energy and telecoms systems provider Prysmian Group has announced plans for two further cable-laying vessels (CLVs) to meet the growing demand for submarine cable systems for interconnections and offshore wind farm projects. The first vessel, to be designed and built by Norwegian shipyard Vard, a subsidiary of Fincantieri Group, will be built to the […]

Seaonics’ ECMC crane and gangway brings new charge to active heave compensation

Seaonics’ ECMC crane and gangway brings new charge to active heave compensation

Electrification of the offshore sector has been steadily advancing for a number of years now with offshore wind vessels in particular at the forefront of innovation. In June this year, Norwegian owner REM Purus took delivery of the Vard-built 85 metre diesel-electric/battery hybrid CSOV REM Power, the first vessel to be equipped with Kongsberg Rim […]

Kongsberg enters the age of Discovery

Kongsberg enters the age of Discovery

When Kongsberg Maritime acquired Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine in 2019 it raised the Norwegian-headquartered company’s status as an innovator of maritime and offshore technology solutions to new heights, but one with such a plethora of products, services and research it could be difficult to navigate. Conscious of the need to streamline its business areas, at the […]

Norwegian startup offers a new approach to cleaner hulls

Norwegian startup offers a new approach to cleaner hulls

Norsjór’s advanced laser system provides innovative solution to the problem of biofouling Biofouling is a problem that has long plagued the maritime world but is often overlooked in the wider scope of the industry when it comes to innovation. Organisms, such as marine species and algae, can have a substantial impact on vessel performance and […]

Onboard wireless connectivity needn’t be a hassle

Onboard wireless connectivity needn’t be a hassle

One of the persistent challenges in creating effective communications systems onboard large vessels, particularly when adapting them to the modern demands for Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, is the steel structure itself. The hull and bulkheads can create electromagnetic interference and frequently there are either too few wireless access points or too many, resulting in […]

Ulstein develops ‘smarter’ monopile installation

Ulstein develops ‘smarter’ monopile installation

With the offshore wind industry facing significant installation challenges due to the increasing size of monopile foundations, Norwegian ship designer Ulstein Design & Solutions BV says that it has introduced a safer, smarter and more competitive solution for their transportation, upending and installation using dynamic positioning. According to the company, its U-STERN system enables longitudinal […]

Bulkship adopts Berg Propulsion upgrade for EEXI compliance

Bulkship adopts Berg Propulsion upgrade for EEXI compliance

Oslo-based ship manager Bulkship Management is to implement Berg Propulsion’s ‘EPL for EEXI’ power limitation solution across 10 ships trading in US Gulf and Caribbean waters. Berg’s new engine power limitation (EPL) solution is of particular benefit to ships whose performance requires only moderate adjustment to meet IMO Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) needs, […]

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