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12 April 2019

Keppel and DNV GL team up to promote LNG as a ship fuel

Classification society DNV GL and Keppel Marine and Deepwater Technology (KMDTech), a subsidiary of Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M), announced that they have signed a framework agreement to boost the uptake of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as ship fuel. The agreement covers potential newbuilding projects including LNG bunker vessels, small-scale LNG carriers and floating storage regasification units (FSRUs), as well as LNG related assets employing battery and hybrid technologies.

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11 April 2019

DNV GL launches major update to ISRS™ with increased scope and new tools to measure the health of business processes

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 11 April 2019: The 9th Edition of DNV GL’s unique integrated management system approach has been launched today. ISRS is used to assess, improve and demonstrate the health of organizations' business processes. It provides a range of tried, tested and trusted tools and methodologies which form an integrated management system, used to assess, flexibly implement, and benchmark safety and sustainability management in a wide range of industries and organizations.

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09 April 2019

Joint industry program in Singapore aims to boost the use of additive manufacturing in the maritime industry

DNV GL has been appointed as the lead researcher of the first phase of a new Singapore-based program to study the feasibility of additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, in the maritime industry. In a joint industry program (JIP) initiated by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), DNV GL will team up with ten member companies of the Singapore Ship Association (SSA) to examine how spare parts produced by 3D printers can help the capital-intensive industry to cut costs and downtimes.

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03 April 2019

Greater flexibility is key to LNG infrastructure growth as DNV GL research reveals concerns over capital spending and price uncertainty

Oslo, 3 April 2019: A new report published by DNV GL has revealed that the vast majority (85%) of professionals working in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector believe that more investment is needed in LNG infrastructure to satisfy forecasts for growing global demand after 2025. However, more than two-thirds (69%) stated that uncertainty over prices is limiting spending in the megaprojects needed to feed the world’s growing appetite for LNG.

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