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Delaying ballast water compliance buys shippers time

The International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee recently pushed back the compliance date of new ballast water management requirements for existing vessels....

Delaying ballast water compliance buys shippers time

The tides of change: why marine engineering must adapt to the new energy environment

The tides of change: why marine engineering must adapt to the new energy environment
Gary Peters

Is technology making ships too complex?

Is technology making ships too complex?
Frances Marcellin (Née Cook)

Offshore shipbuilders turn to cruise to stay afloat in the downturn

Offshore shipbuilders turn to cruise to stay afloat in the downturn
Eva Grey

Redesigning marine engines to cut pollution and black smoke

Redesigning marine engines to cut pollution and black smoke

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Spare Parts for Diesel Engines and Air Compressors

ENEX
Spare Parts for Diesel Engines and Air Compressors

First Icebreaking LNG Carrier in Ice Trials

Aker Arctic
First Icebreaking LNG Carrier in Ice Trials

Service Solutions for Marine Equipment

Sulzer Service Solutions for Marine Equipment

Bio-Sea Ballast Water Treatment System

BIO-SEA by BIO-UV
Bio-Sea Ballast Water Treatment System

Why a Measurement of Shaft Power Can Save You Money on Fuel and Maintenance

Datum Electronics Why a Measurement of Shaft Power Can Save You Money on Fuel and Maintenance

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