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The vessel will be powered by four 9-cylinder Wärtsilä 46DF dual-fuel electric propulsion engines, as well as two 6-cylinder Wärtsilä 20DF dual-fuel engines.
Wärtsilä to Provide Propulsion for "World's First" LNG-Fuelled Offshore Construction Vessel
The first of the two vessels, which has work already underway, is expected to be delivered in 2018.
Yara Marine to Supply Scrubbers to Two Toll Shipping RoRos
May's output for the U.S. is forecast to have the biggest monthly increase since February 2015.
Saudis Now Say Too Early to Discuss Cutback Extension As US Shale Predicted to Increase Yet Again
Other experts maintain that troubling fundamentals will continue to restrict gains.
Bullish Predictions for Oil Tempered by Possibility of Near-Term Prices in the Low $40s
The vessel is able to generate hydrogen from 130 m2 of solar panels, two wind turbines, a traction kite, and two reversible electric motors.
Vessel Aiming Zero Emissions Round the World Voyage is Launched
Per-voyage monitoring is set to start on January 1, 2018.
EC Releases MRV FAQ
Esben Poulsson's comments came at a media briefing for Singapore Maritime Week 2017.
Shipping Better Positioned Than a Year Ago, Says SSA President
Meanwhile, Saudi Aramco boss believes peak demand "is not in sight."
OPEC Members Cite $60 Oil as a Target Everyone Can Live With as They Declare Support for Cutback Extension
Nigeria says it will join in the cartel's cuts – but not before ramping up production to 2.2 million barrels per day.
Nigeria Recovery, Further U.S. Shale Expansion Possible Even as OPEC Considers Cutback Extensions
IEA says it is "seeing demand growing fairly steadily."
OPEC Cuts Fail to Stop Oil Stocks Rising, but Markets are "Very Close" to Balance, Says IEA