Christopher Goodfellow - 18 July 2012
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has announced that it is to supply 18 Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems for three ships ordered by offshore drilling contractor Rowan Companies.
The three drillships are part of two $1.12bn and $600m orders awarded to HHI by Rowan in June and November 2011, respectively.
HHI's SCR technology can reduce NOx emissions by up to 95% and has been developed to meet International Maritime Organization (IMO) Tier III regulations, which come into force at the start of 2016.
Ben Treadwell - 30 July 2015
Hyundai Construction has launched its HX series hydraulic excavators in the U.S. and Canada featuring Tier 4 Final compliant engines from both Scania and Cummins. The smaller models are powered by the Cummins engines while the largest two feature the engines by Scania. The models range from 22 to 52 metric tons and achieve Tier 4 Final...
Niels Tholen - 24 November 2014
The topic of natural gas versus marine gas oil (MGO) in marine applications was widely discussed at the 7th Integer Emissions Summit USA 2014 held in Chicago, IL. Niels Mortensen, Director of Regulatory Affairs at Maersk discussed the implications of the IMO regulations becoming stricter for SOx and NOx. These stringent Phase III standards...
Niels Tholen - 14 July 2014
Marine engine manufacturers MAN and Daewoo discussed their strategies for the upcoming IMO Tier III NOx emissions legislation at the 10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe 2014 in Dusseldorf, Germany. Daniel Struckmeier, General Project Manager for Emissions 2016 at MAN Diesel & Turbo SE discussed MAN's preference for...