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Every year we invite our staff that work close with our customers to come up with new ideas for service and technology development. As a consequence we can address important industry issues. Our partners and customers have first-hand access to the output of these efforts. We are proud to present the results of some of the recent efforts here. Take advantage.
The projects now in the pipeline are no less exiting than those we have completed. Our ambitions are higher than ever and we invite our partners to join us in the pursuit of new achievements. Let’s join forces.
We are excited about our new proposals and the prospect of developing them together with the industry. Would you like to join in?
Maritime transportation of oil and gas in Arctic areas will increase in the future. Safe and reliable operation in cold climate will therefore become of vital importance, especially since this area is often classified as sensitive.
By accumulating results from a number of research projects and experience gained from energy efficiency studies, DNV has published a study that demonstrates the potential for cutting emissions from the world shipping fleet in the year 2030.
The ratification of IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention is not yet certain, and the global sulphur limit in 2020 is subject to a review in 2018. What is certain is the new emission control areas and the energy efficiency design requirements that will soon enter into force. Certain or uncertain – all have a profound effect on the shipping industry’s uptake of new technologies. DNV’s look into the coming eight years, gives a clear answer: the world’s fleet composition is going to change as we head for 2020.
A new Handysize bulk carrier concept design - the Green Dolphin, created by the Shanghai Merchant Ship Design & Research Institute (SDARI) and development partners DNV and Wärtsilä was launched at Posidonia.
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