Offshore wind power was expected to be the next big thing years ago, but got off to a faltering start; now though, there is real cause for excitement
The US VGP 2013 will not be the last legislation to punish vessels for leaving a trail of lubricant from leaky sterntube seals. So why are we still using them?
Shore connections have come a long way since the ‘cold ironing’ days; installations in ports around the world are cutting CO2 emissions and protecting human health; a win-win
With variable geometry and the ability to alter their profile after the fact, SKF Vibracon helps operators perform preventative maintenance quickly and cheaply, without replacing anything – even while still at sea
Nearly 40% of all ships are flagged in the top three registries. But how does size stack up against safety, efficiency, and environmental standards?