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Wartsila joins NAMEPA to support marine protection

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The Co-Founder and Executive Director of North American Marine Environment Protection Association, Carleen Lyden-Kluss, announced that Wärtsilä has joined NAMEPA as a new member, in order to support and participate with other marine industry stakeholders in the association's efforts to “Save Our Seas”.

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New system for ship-to-shore transfer to be launched soon

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Because of environmental considerations and high investment costs, communities typically have a limited appetite for the major civil works required for building new harbours, quays and jetties. Wärtsilä has entered into a new agreement for the development of an innovative system for transferring LNG from the carrier vessel to shoreline terminals where no jetty exists.

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Wärtsilä supplies equipment to PGS seismic vessels

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Wärtsilä announced that it signed a service agreement with PGS Geophysical AS, according to which, Wärtsilä will be the service supplier for engines and other equipment. Under the agreement, Wärtsilä will take care of the maintenance of engines and propulsion systems on board PGS’s fleet of 8 seismic vessels, securing maximum uptime, as well as safe and economic operations.

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Wärtsilä joins project against ocean plastics

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Wärtsilä has announced that it signed an agreement with the Seabin Project in order to join a global pilot programme, which addresses the worldwide littering problem affecting our oceans.The project aims at approaching the challenge from multiple angles with a key emphasis on education, research and technology.

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Wartsila’s Manga LNG terminal

In Tornio, northern Finland, Wärtsilä is constructing the largest LNG-receiving terminal in the Nordic region. It will primarily provide natural gas to the Outokumpu Tornio steel mill, but will also serve industries, mines, and other potential gas consumers in the region

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Wärtsilä to repower Italian ferry

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The Italian ferry company Moby S.p.A has chosen Wärtsilä to carry out the repowering of its passenger ferry MV Moby Zaza because of its ability to provide the fastest delivery of the complete system and thus minimising the downtime of the vessel.

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