MAN Diesel Maintains the EGR Route

by: BO SVENSSON Tier III, which will enter into force January 2016, will require a reduction of the existing Tier I NOx level by 80% across the entire speed limit for new marine engines, even if only in defined local areas near shore. These new requirements impose a sense of urgency in developing future emission […]

Repowering the Cross Sound Ferry’s M.V. JOHN H.

GE Marine, a unit of GE Transportation, recently announced that it successfully installed two inline L250 engines on Cross Sound Ferry’s M.V. JOHN H., making the vessel U.S. EPA Tier II compliant while increasing power and reducing fuel consumption by up to 15%. The M.V. JOHN H. operates on a vehicle and passenger ferry route […]

Wärtsilä and Mitsubishi Renew Cooperation Agreement on Low-Speed Marine Diesel Engines

Wärtsilä and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd have signed a ten-year renewal of the existing cooperation agreement for the sale, manufacturing and servicing of Wärtsilä low-speed marine diesel engines. Mitsubishi is the longest-standing member of the Wärtsilä family of low-speed engine licensees. The renewal was signed on the 84th anniversary of the signing of the first […]