GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

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Interview with Nick Confuorto, CR Ocean

In an exclusive interview with GREEN4SEA, Nick Confuorto, President and Chief Operations Officer of CR Ocean Engineering LLC, reveals key issues to consider during the installation process of a scrubber system now that compliance with the 0.5% Global Suplhur Cap is imminent. Given the different fuel rules which apply in ECAs, he suggests that a properly designed scrubbing system is the best option and focuses on the important features that operators need to pay attention when deciding to order such systems.

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Japan first SOx scrubber testified

For almost a year "K" LINE, MHI and MKK have been undertaking test operations aboard an actual ship of a newly-developed "Hybrid SOx Scrubber System". The testing results have now verified that the system's effectiveness in curbing emissions of air pollutants complies with international regulations

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EGCSA examines issues ahead of 2020

Scrubber manufacturers are delighted about the 2020 global 0.50% sulphur cap for marine fuels, but there are still some issues to overcome before owners rush to install abatement technology. These include uncertainties caused by the regulatory framework and elements of perhaps unfairly rigid environmental performance demands, EGCSA workshop heard last month.

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EnSolve conducts successful scrubber sea trial

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EnSolve Biosystems announced that it completed a successful sea trial of its scrubber water treatment system onboard a vessel operating in the Baltic Region. The EnScrub system was installed in April 2016 and holds a DNV certification testing. EnScrub models are now available for closed-loop, open-loop or hybrid applications.

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DuPont: 0.5% Global Sulphur Cap requires marine industry action

DuPont Clean Technologies estimates that by 2025, up to 20 percent of the global fleet could have scrubber systems installed to comply with the 0.5% Global Sulphur Cap set by MEPC70 last month. DuPont says that it has over 300 scrubber installations globally both on land and at sea; its tailored exhaust gas cleaning system are designed to remove SOx and particulates and assist the marine industry to comply with t he new regulation.

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