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Finding the best design for a future-proof bulker

Shipowners face high uncertainty when picking engines and fuel systems for a newbuild. The design must ensure that a ship remains compliant and competitive over its lifetime to meet or beat greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions regulations and targets. To help shipowners choose, DNV GL’s latest Maritime Forecast to 2050 has developed 30 scenarios covering varying ...

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Shipowners face high uncertainty when picking engines and fuel systems for a newbuild. The design must ensure that a ship remains compliant and competitive over its lifetime to meet or beat greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions regulations and targets. To help shipowners choose, DNV GL’s latest Maritime Forecast to 2050 has developed 30 scenarios covering varying ...

The post Finding the best design for a future-proof bulker first appeared on Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide.

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