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  • Cover DNV GL position paper Standardisation as an enabler of digitisation in the maritime industry
    22 September 2017 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    Standardisation as an enabler of digitalization – in the maritime industry

    DNV GL's strategic maritime research programme with new position paper on the need for standards as an enabler of digitalisation in the maritime industry.
  • LPG as marine fuel cover
    29 June 2017 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    LPG as marine fuel

    Position paper on the possibility of using LPG as a fuel, based on financial viability, safety considerations, fuel availability, technology maturity and environmental impact.
  • DNV-GL-Low-Carbon-Shipping-Towards-2050
    30 May 2017 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    Low Carbon Shipping Towards 2050

    Shipping will be expected to reduce GHG emissions and DNV GL is ready to assist the industry to negotiate the transition into a low carbon future.
  • The Fuel Trilemma
    22 June 2015 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    The Fuel Trilemma

    Over the next few decades it is likely that the energy mix for shipping will be characterized by a much higher degree of diversification than today.
  • Ship connectivity
    22 June 2015 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    Ship Connectivity

    This paper describes these latest developments and the implications that they can have for shipping in the 21st century.
  • Alternative fuels
    20 February 2015 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    Alternative fuels for shipping

    This Position Paper provides an overview of the possible alternative fuels for marine propulsion. Fossil-based fuels, such as LNG will have limited contribution to greenhouse gas reductions, while biofuels have the potential to lead to drastic reductions.
  • Beyond Condition Monitoring
    20 February 2015 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    Beyond condition monitoring in the maritime industry

    Smart organizations know they can no longer afford to see maintenance as just an expense. Rather, maintenance must be integrated within the business cycle in order to guarantee predictability, growth and increase the overall quality of operations.
  • Next Gen EM
    20 February 2015 | Maritime srp | Position paper

    Next Generation Energy Management

    In this work we describe the main elements and research work towards the next generation of methods and tools for ship energy management.