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DNV GL Maritime Forecast 2050 ETO
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ECO FLETTNER rotor sail stands the test

INDUSTRY | In a project originally launched years ago, a constortium formed by industry partners in conjunction with the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer and DNV GL has developed an innovative rotor sail

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Genting Cruise Lines: A champion in China

CRUISE | Over the years, Genting has built up a unique knowledge of the Chinese cruise market, and secured a path to growth with plans to capture new niches like expedition and fly-to-cruise

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A proactive approach for safety

INDUSTRY | Safety is what the regulatory work of IMO and classification societies is all about. A set of draft guidelines up for final voting at MSC 101 in June 2019 addresses a number of important concerns

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Global Sulphur Cap 2020

Compliance options, Ship Implementation Plan, related services and more

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Alternative fuels and technologies

Current status and outlook, price developments, availability and the new Alternative Fuel Insight platform

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Autonomous and remotely-operated ships

Explore latest developments in our new position paper and download the Class Guideline

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01 April 2019

Survey by remote inspection techniques - use of approved service suppliers

The use of remote inspection techniques (RIT) is increasing. Today, drones, climbers, or robot arms, can be used as an alternative to close-up surveys in both the DNV GL rules and IACS Unified Requirements. RIT may significantly reduce the survey time and costs, while improving the safety of surveyors and the owner’s personnel. From 1 January 2019, DNV GL has approved the use of service suppliers for RIT. This technical news explains how RIT can be used and how suppliers can achieve DNV GL approval.

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07 March 2019

2020 sulphur update - outcome of the IMO PPR 6 meeting

The MEPC sub-committee on Pollution Prevention and Response (PPR) met at the IMO in London, 18-22 February 2019. Top of the agenda was the consistent implementation of the 0.50% sulphur limit under MARPOL Annex VI, in force from 1 January 2020. This statutory news contains a summary of topics related to sulphur and the implementation of the 2020 sulphur cap. Items agreed at the meeting are subject to final approval/adoption at MEPC 74 in May 2019.

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Tanker Update 2018

Articles on: market development, alternative fuels and technologies, cybersecurity and TMSA3, tail shaft notation, batteries on small tankers, environmental regulations, eco friendly shuttle tanker, bulkhead construction (28-page PDF, 7.91 MB)

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