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  • Fred J. Coritz has been appointed vice president and general manager of IMO Pump Division of Imo Delaval Inc., succeeding J.K.

    (Ken) Lippincott, who is retiring later this year after 42 years of service with the company.

    Mr. Coritz, who had been general manager of Delaval Condenser Division, has been with IMO for 28 years. He has also served as general manager of the Delroyd Worm Gear and Aerproducts Divisions. "Fred Coritz's working knowledge of both Navy submarine programs and worm gear manufacturing techniques," group vice president Jack Carr, said, in making the announcement, "will be especially helpful in this new assignment." Ken Lippincott, "whose distinguished career," Mr. Carr noted, "represents the finest tradition of service to our company," will work with Mr. Coritz to facilitate a smooth management transition.

    IMO Pump Division manufactures a wide range of high-performance, rotary, positive displacement pumps, used to lubricate machinery, transfer crude oil, fuel gas turbines and power elevators. The IMO three-screw pump is the leading low-noise level pump used in the U.S. Navy and most commercial vessels.

    For free literature detailing the products and services of IMO Pump Division, Circle 94 on Reader Service Card

  • IMO AB of Stockholm, Sweden, one of the companies that will be exhibiting this month at the International Ship Machinery, Marine Technology (SMM) Exhibition and Congress in Hamburg, Germany, has announced some of the new products it will be showing. Among these products will be the IMO-ACF-pump

  • IMO Low-Sulfur Fuel Mandate Triggers Mixed Reaction   The International Maritime Organization’s proposals to reduce sulfur levels in marine fuels to a maximum of 0.5 percent m/m (mass/mass) by 2020 may prove to be controversial, having met with various responses from major shipping organisations and other

  • The IMO Pump Division of DeLaval Turbine Inc. has just published a six-page illustrated bulletin on IMO fuel and lube pumps for use with gas turbines. The bulletin gives specification and performance parameters for fuel injection, fuel transfer and lube applications. IMO pumps can operate on both petro

    • Alphabet Soup Maritime Logistics Professional, Jul/Aug 2018 #56

    Emissions monitoring and reporting means ECA’s, EPA VGP, EU MRV’s, IMO-DCS, RO’s, SEEMP – and you. Fear not: the daunting acronyms can all be managed by employing the right technology.In the past decade, shipowners have faced a raft of new regulations aimed at reducing the pollution from their ships,

  • Prior to its meeting in London, the Council of the International Association of Independent Tankers Owners (INTERNATKO) called on IMO delegates to agree a single hull tanker phase out schedule which is reasoned and practical. The INTERTANKO position was endorsed by the Council at is Autumn 2000

  • The International Maritime Organization (IMO), recently announced stricter regulations governing the tanker industry on a worldwide basis. The IMO regulations, scheduled to become effective April 5, 2005, will accelerate the mandatory phase-out of single-hull tankers as well as impose a more rigorous in

  • oil tankers on a schedule tied to the ship's MARPOL category. The move drew immediate negative reaction from the International Maritime Organization (IMO). an organization which generally frowns upon such national or regional action. In a statement released October 23, Secretary- General of IMO, William

  • , the flow of information regarding the ship, its history, its status and its prospects was clear and free flowing from all corners, including SMIT, ABS, IMO and INTERTANKO. The availability and use of information could prove critical in assuring catastrophes such as Prestige are not repeated. The following

  • brand MTU and Fairplay Towage are set to test an MTU diesel genset with SCR exhaust after treatment in a harbor tug in order to verify compliance with IMO Tier III emission requirements that come into force as of 2016. According to the manufacturer, the nitrogen oxide (NO x) emissions will be cut by 90%

  • of the international Maritime Organization have seen an extremely busy and productive period at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). and in this yearbook I am grateful for the opportunity to reflect on the past six months in general and also to look forward to some of the challenges

  • As the International Maritime Organization (IMO) celebrates its 70th anniversary, Kitack Lim, Secretary-General, sits in his London office with a sense of satisfaction that in his two plus years at the helm of IMO tremendous strides have been made toward significant greenhouse gas emission reductions

  • MR May-19#88  types, using rep-
resentative IMO 2020-compliant fuels, to)
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    Fuel Oil (VLSFO). Shell Alexia 40 has undergone thousands of hours of trials on board four ships with the latest engine types, using rep- resentative IMO 2020-compliant fuels, to verify performance at sea. The new product will be ZF: New CBM Tech for available for use in Singapore from June 1, 2019

  • MR May-19#76  and emissions control sys- IMO 2020. 
standards and markets)
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    , alternative propulsion systems to meet From a global perspective, Nordic including selective catalytic reduction automation and emissions control sys- IMO 2020. standards and markets are the most pro- gressive in moving to low sulphur MGO, as evidenced by rapid adoption of zero- emission technologies

  • MR May-19#74  Houston, Texas.  
Preparing for IMO 2020: 
Marine Emission)
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    Solutions, based in Hamburg, Germany. Jim Lerner (right) is Vice President of Sales, Eastern US, for Danfoss Drives in Houston, Texas. Preparing for IMO 2020: Marine Emission Solutions PART I: ENHANCING ENGINES & FUELS round 80 percent of global content 86 percent by the year 2020. A initial capital

  • MR May-19#73  REDUCTION: Technology Report
IMO 2020
Scrubbers: The Clock)
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    E EMISSION REDUCTION: Technology Report IMO 2020 Scrubbers: The Clock is Ticking By Ishaan Goel, Project Manager, Albion Marine egulatory bodies around the of the low sulfur fuel oil post 2020, the a decade, which is enough time for the stable in an otherwise very volatile and world are trying to

  • MR May-19#70 , the sep-
methods used by the IMO and 
fuels, known as cat)
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    , hard, brittle and ity of varying two essential process highly abrasive catalyst residues in parameters. On the one hand, the sep- methods used by the IMO and fuels, known as cat ? nes, can cause aration temperature can be changed. the USCG to verify biological considerable damage to marine en- Hot

  • MR May-19#68  load ?  uctuations on 
received IMO type approval. 
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    comes a few months after it percent, given optimal operating con- ergy storage systems. This technology system: reduced load ? uctuations on received IMO type approval. ditions. The installation was carried is expected to generate additional oper- the ship’s diesel generators. The approval is valid

  • MR May-19#67  
it be USCG approvals or a full IMO G8 approval.
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    numerous IL’s and active industry participation, Retlif is well positioned to help defne the route to compliance, whether it be USCG approvals or a full IMO G8 approval. RICHARD REITZ Director of Engineering Retlif Testing Laboratories Retlif is staffed and fully equipped for BWMS component testing. You

  • MR May-19#62 .  ference a presentation by the IMO’s Irfan 
In a similar vein)
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    ? rm Schwetz Design explains the ? ner points onboard the new Chao Phraya Tourist boat. comprehensive and detailed. ference a presentation by the IMO’s Irfan In a similar vein, Gianluca de Rosa, Rahim explained the his organization is of the Italian Ministry of Infrastructure currently surveying

  • MR May-19#59  the inland water- together with IMO expert Nurur Rah-
boats)
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    from Vessel Tracker in the ? rst quarter of 2020. Additional line between ports A and B; diesel-elec- tains 129 towers on the inland water- together with IMO expert Nurur Rah- boats and up to ? ve routes are planned. tric propulsion can be an important asset ways. These each have a range of about man

  • MR May-19#51 , offering  ing EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier II emission 
ping)
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    meet- neutral” future is more realistic for ship- available for commercial marine markets hour, continuous duty operation, offering ing EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier II emission ping. That in and of itself will be a great including inland waterways, commercial variable speed and ? xed speed ratings standards

  • MR May-19#50  economically feasible way. The IMO last year dropped the gauntlet)
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    ? eld for this and also the one that meets all targets in the for companies to innovate. But the regulations must be most economically feasible way. The IMO last year dropped the gauntlet to reduce maritime emissions 50% by enforced. If enforcement is inconsistent, the only loser 2050. Is that target

  • MR May-19#49  shipping in order to reach the IMO 2050 
GHG targets. The)
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    a high priority. Going beyond 2030 there needs to be a strong potential “non fossil” fuel which can be applied for deep sea shipping in order to reach the IMO 2050 GHG targets. The biggest challenge for us here is to know which fuel will be the one to be chosen. This does not only depend on what we (as

  • MR May-19#48   well. Not enough to meet the IMO strategy by itself, but)
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    climate impact as viable fuel right now and probably in the foreseeable energy, and money. Four to ? ve unique regulations well. Not enough to meet the IMO strategy by itself, but future for our marine customers. While there are on- drive work on our marine engine platforms alone. When the beauty of LNG

  • MR May-19#45  in Janu-
ary 2020 (when the new IMO fuel rules enter 
force))
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    think it is very early to project what will be the fuel of the future. I think that it will be much more clear in Janu- ary 2020 (when the new IMO fuel rules enter force) and we see the direction of fuel costs.” Kjeld Aabo, Director New Technologies, Sales and Promotion Two Stroke Marine, MAN

  • MR May-19#42  to take 
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    head of del- ahead of new battery and other designs solar and sail power provide 14 days of and allied in-ternational partners to take egation to the IMO, Lars Christian Es- for cruise by 2030. The aim is to have “clean sailing” through the fjords. a market lead. penes. “It could be dif? cult for cruise

  • MR May-19#29  of ship’s funnels. 
With the IMO now supporting the 0.05)
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    ‘Sniffers’ Norway is growing its arsenal of military grade drones for missions that will take them into the exhaust stream of ship’s funnels. With the IMO now supporting the 0.05 percent sulfur cap on marine fuel from Jan. 2020, and with southern Norway below the 62nd parallel of? cially a European Emissions

  • MR May-19#26  is safety. According 
to IMO SOLAS the surface temperature)
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    in 2018. When you look at your range of products to the mari- time sector, what is the top driver? The number one driver certainly is safety. According to IMO SOLAS the surface temperature of modern ma- rine engines must not exceed 200°C. In addition, engine builders are striving for better fuel ef? ciency

  • MR May-19#5 IMO Sulphur Cap 2020
Innovation is what 
Today, Total)
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    IMO Sulphur Cap 2020 Innovation is what Today, Total Lubmarine is developing the next we do, supporting the generation of lubricants to support your 2020 compliance strategy. shipping industry is Join us as we tour the world’s major shipping hubs to discuss how we can collaborate with why we do it.

  • MR May-19#Cover  NEWS
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    Circulation Marine Industry Publication • www.marinelink.com • Number 5 Volume 81 May 2019 MARITIME REPORTER AND ENGINEERING NEWS SINCE 1939 IMO 2020 & the Exhaust ‘Sniffers’ Norway to deploy drones to sample ship emissions Move to Methane Hapag Lloyd embarks on a historic ship re? t Power

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    bkW. These solutions lever- driving new industry standards in age proven technologies of Caterpil- performance and safety. lar’s Marine EPA and IMO products. www.victaulic.com/100-years-innovation/ www.caterpillar.com Wärtsilä’s Hi-Rez Radar for Port Safety Wärtsilä’s RS24 high resolution

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  • MP Q1-19#36  Maersk Oil Trading to supply IMO 2020-compliant 0.5% marine)
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    a ter- minal facility in New Jersey and supply it to an oil trading company within Maersk. Speci?cally, “The agreement enables Maersk Oil Trading to supply IMO 2020-compliant 0.5% marine fuel to its customers on the US East Coast. Annual production will be around 1.25 million metric tonnes, the equivalent

  • MP Q1-19#34  supplies would be 
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    industry. “What has become apparent in a series of recent assessments is For its part, Shell was projecting that VLSFO supplies would be that the IMO Rule will have a major impact on regional marine available in the U.S. Gulf (New Orleans and Houston), Freeport, fuels supply/demand balances. Under

  • MP Q1-19#33  the wind and are current  the IMO 2020 related issues) explained)
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    VLSFO at around $185-200/ Boston-based Navigistics, has been a leading investigator of ton, yet these values can change like the wind and are current the IMO 2020 related issues) explained to MLP: “We analyze marine fuels supply and the impacts of the IMO 2020 Rule by prices for future dates.” These wind