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DNV - Competence Related to the On Board Use of LNG as Fuel

Author: DNV-GL Date: April 2013 Page Count: 16 Source: Det Norske Veritas - Germanischer Lloyd From the Document: The standard aims to cover important aspects related to the use of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as a..READ MORE >

DNV - Gas Fueled Ship Installations, Additional Class for New Buildings Special Equipment and Systems

Source: DNV Date: January 2014 Pages: 44 Source: Det Norske Veritas Summary: Document outlines general requirements for the arrangement and installation of machinery for propulsion and auxiliary purposes that uses ga..READ MORE >

DNV - International Regulatory Review of International Maritime Law

Author: Sverre J. Dahl Page Count: 203 Date: October 2014 Source: Det Norske Veritas - Germanischer Lloyd Summary: A collection of updates that relate to Maritime Law. Updates are taken from the 67th session of..READ MORE >

DNV - Recommended Practice: Development and Operation of LNG Bunkering Facilities

Author: Det Norske Veritas - Germanischer Lloyd Page Count: 53 Date: January 2014 From the Document: 1.2 Purpose of this recommended practice The purpose of this RP is to provide guidance to the industry to ensure ..READ MORE >

DNV - Shipping 2020 Study

Author: Det Norske Veritas Page Count: 68 Date: August 2012 From the Document: With the world economy in a fragile condition, it is not only financial analysts, bankers and policy makers who would like to know..READ MORE >

DNV - Shore-to-ship bunkering of LNG (video)

Video filmed in Norway of an offshore service vessel bunkering LNG...READ MORE >

GL - Final report European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) - Study on Standards and Rules for bunkering of gas-fuelled Ships

Author: Germanischer Lloyd Page Count:160 Date: February 2013 From the Document: Executive Summary: Maritime environmental regulations and the continuous development of the economic operation of ships let to the develop..READ MORE >

       

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