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Emissions

Verifavia performs Gap-Analysis audit for Dynacom

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Working closely with Dynacom, Verifavia Shipping has started a GAP-Analysis audit of the tanker operator’s procedures, operations, and draft MP – using its M/T Gladiator oil tanker as the base vessel. The audit will involve a thorough assessment against the specification of the EU MRV Regulation and Delegated & Implementing Acts,

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Port of Hamburg to measure air quality with sensors

Hamburg

Kii, Internet of Things Solution Enablement Platform provider, has announced collaboration with The Hamburg Port Authority in a smart port project. The Hamburg Port Authority launched an IoT pilot project in March 2016. Its goal was to record the emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide and fine dust at various locations in the port of Hamburg using sensors.

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ABB converts HH Ferries’ vessels into emission-free ferries

ABB

ABB’s project to convert two HH Ferries’ vessels into the world’s largest emission-free ferries is gathering pace after Öresund Dry Docks was selected to carry out the work. M/F Tycho Brahe and M/F Aurora will both be fitted with 4.16 MW of batteries and the containers with the battery racks will be lifted on board in February 2017.

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China issues guidelines for ECAs

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The North of England P&I Club has announced that the China’s Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has issued a set of guidelines on the implementation and supervision of ECAs that detail how they will verify compliance with emission control measures.

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New agreement to use drones for ship emission monitoring

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Martek Marine have been awarded one of several framework contracts launched by EMSA for ship engine emission monitoring by RPAS. This new requirement requires an RPAS (drone) to sample gases from a vessel’s emissions plume by using a sophisticated payload of electro optical, infra-red imaging, gas emission and AIS detection sensors.

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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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