BAE Systems chosen for $26 billion Australian frigate program; This SCR doesn’t need urea

BAE Systems chosen for $26 billion Australian frigate program
June 29, 2018 — BAE Systems’ Global Combat Ship – Australia has been selected for Australia’s SEA 5000 Future Frigate program, beating out competing designs from Fincantieri and Navantia. The value of the nine ship program is expected to be in the region of AUD $35 billion (about US$26 billion) for the design, build and support of the ships.

This SCR doesn’t need urea
A Danish R&D start-up has developed an SCR system that reduces diesel engine NOx emissions using diesel oil, and not urea, as the reductant.dots.JPG
Choosing the right ballast water treatment system: Size matters

Marine Log caught up with BWTS manufacturer Trojan Marinex at Posidonia 2018 to discuss some recent regulatory and technical developments in ballast water treatment.dots.JPG Viking Line to implement Adonis HR solution
The implementation will include Adonis Safety Module for six vessels, the Adonis Day2Day planning module and the full Adonis Payroll Module.dots.JPG Korean Register CEO takes over as IACS Chairman
Jeong-kie Lee, Chairman and CEO of the Korean Register, will succeed DNV GL-Maritime CEO Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen as Chairman of IACS.dots.JPG Cargill launches “CO2 Challenge” to help decarbonize shipping
The agribusiness giant has launched the “CO2 Challenge” to find and scale new technologies capable of reducing a ship’s gross CO2 emissions by ten percent.