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Technology

New Wheatstone LNG carrier named

pacific mimosa naming

On 13 December, a naming ceremony was held at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Nagasaki Shipyard Corporation, for a new LNG carrier ordered by Japanese NYK to MI LNG. The ship, named 'Pacific Mimosa', will be engaged in LNG transportation for JERA from Chevron’s Wheatstone LNG project in Australia.

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HHI, LR to design LNG-fueled vessels

hhi lng vessels

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard, part of the HHI Group, will deliver the world’s largest LNG-fueled ship, this month, a 50,000 dwt bulk carrier with a high manganese LNG fuel tank. HHI has also signed a contract to build the world’s first LNG-fuelled aframax tanker. 

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Maritime cooperation centres launched in Africa and Pacific

africa maritime centre

The centres will be regional focal points for various activities, such as ensuring compliance with existing and future international energy-efficiency regulations, promoting uptake of low-carbon technologies and operations in maritime transport, and establishing voluntary pilot data-collection and reporting systems to feed back into the global regulatory process.

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South Korea ready to build LNG-fueled vessels from 2018

south korea to build lng ships

South Korea will sign an agreement with the state-run Korea Gas Corp., local shipbuilders and provincial port authorities to initiate a project. which aims to to build 80,000-ton LNG-propelled vessels by the end of 2018. With these orders, South Korea attempts to further promote green shipping and enhance the industry.

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BMT to build small-scale FSRU

bmt fsru

BMT’s AgileLNG floating storage regasification unit will incorporate gas engine or turbine systems and connect off-the-shelf with prefabricated elements to reduce the cost of gas distribution and power delivery. In this project, BMT collaborated with GL Engineering and LNG New Technologies.

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MHI, Wärtsilä to cooperate on improved power solution

mhi and wartsila

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Equipment and the smart technology group Wärtsilä signed a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the commercial marketing of a new energy solution for ships. The new solution combines technologies from both parties to produce greater power generation efficiency.

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