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  • Dedicated "Flying Squads" with experienced surveyors is one element in a Five Point Plan launched by DNV to step up the efforts to remove substandard shipping. "DNV considers quality the single most important factor to improve safety and serious quality cases the biggest threat to the public confidence in shipping," says Tor Svensen, COO of DNV's Classification activities.

    Besides the activation of a dedicated "Flying Squad," the Five Point Plan includes upgraded monitoring of Ultrasonic Thickness Measurement (UTM) companies, improved targeting system for potential substandard ships, actions towards high risk flags and a strengthening of resources and competence within DNV.

    Regarding DNV's pledge for a stricter approval program for companies delivering Ultrasonic Thickness Measurements (UTM), Svensen explained the company's plans. "The quality of the UTM companies represents one weak point in the safety chain of international shipping. Surveys based on incorrect UTM results represent a risk for misjudgments in the planning and execution of the surveys," he said.

    DNV's new approval program introduces a performance rating of each UTM company. In addition, one-man UTM companies will no longer be accepted, and a DNV surveyor will also be onboard to personally verify the measurements, and approval certificates will be cancelled for companies not performing according to the requirements.

    A special targeting scheme for potentially substandard ships has so far this year been instrumental in leading up to the deletion of 32 vessels due to violation of rules and regulations, with 40 ships presently under special surveillance.

    The final element in the Five Point Plan is a strengthening of resources and competence within DNV.

    "We are in the process of employing an additional 40 surveyors as part of our quality drive. Extraordinary investments of $10 million in quality measures show that we are stepping up our efforts to fight substandard shipping, knowing that this is the only way to improve safety," Svensen says.

  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. At the recent Shipboard Energy Conservation Conference '80 in New York Dr. Townsin, together with Tor Svensen, presented his most recent paper entitled Monitoring Speed and Power for Fuel Economy. Among the topics covered at the seminar were: the causes

  • , or 93.3 million grt), the organization is highly regarded for its technical expertise and commitment to environmental issues. Recently Tor Svensen took over the helm of DNV, and while he has no immediate plans to change its current strategy, he wants to increase the global credibility of

  • Geistdorfer, general manager of P&O Nedlloyd fleet management; Robert Pueiiik of Petromaritime Consulting; and Det Norske Veritas technical director Tor Svensen. Day one of Shiprepair & Conversion closes with the event's prime networking opportunity, a Lloyd's Register cocktail reception open to all delegates

  • for crew communications and morale is already cheap, plentiful and accepted.  Eriksen steps back from the podium, and DNV GL’s outgoing Maritime CEO, Tor Svensen (the new Group Executive VP), admits the society erred in a 2012 survey, when it underestimated the impact of Big Data on ships. Technology developed

  • Sweden's Brostrom, and Tor L i n e s h i p p i n g g r o u p s have launched a new joint company to manage their cargo traffic in the North and Baltic Seas and to develop feeder traffic f o r transocean services. Called Tor Lloyd AB, the company will deploy modern r o / r o ships serving mainly its

  • to 600 feet, and workshops for any kind of ship repairs. Port Houston Marine offers expert services in ship repair and maintenance, electric motor repairs and rewinding, diesel engine repair, prefabrication of structured steel and piping systems, erection of structures, piping systems and

  • quality the single most important factor to improve safety and serious quality cases the biggest threat to the public confidence in shipping," says Tor Svensen, COO of DNV's Classification activities. Besides the activation of a dedicated "Flying Squad," the Five Point Plan includes upgraded monitoring

  • flexibility of the design is intended to allow Cobelfret to meet forecast traffic growth. The RoRo volume is akin to that of the new generation of DFDS Tor Line trailerships of the Tor Magnolia class. Flensburger's success in landing the Belgian order has been preceded this year by a commitment by DFDS

  • increasingly dependent on integrated networks, based on various software and data transfer solutions. Systems and equipment onboard are interconnected, monitored and controlled through an onboard automation network. Onboard systems are increasingly also connected ashore to the owners’ or technology providers’

  • , which has taken great strides in the RoRo domain, not least among Nordic owners. The latest business secured by the yard comprises a sixth ship in the Tor Magnolia class of 3,831 lane-m North Sea RoRo for DFDS Tor Line, and a repeat contract from UN RoRo for two trailerships of 3,735 lane-m capacity

  • investments in research, development and innovation, and a customer responsiveness and service level ‘second to none’. ‘Shipping 2020’ Report Update Tor E. Svensen, CEO DNV GL Maritime, gave an update on DNV GL’s view on maritime developments, comparing with the predictions made in the ‘Shipping 2020’

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    Chee- peal to the needs of commercial, gov- four-stroke offers 70 percent more range. tah cat,” says Jeremy Paul, general ernment, military and yacht sectors “The OXE features Low Speed manager of Proteum and distributor alike, the OXE outboard has some- Control (LSC), a revolutionary sys- for the UK

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    IntelliTug project. in The Netherlands. tion to rescue authorities as soon as possible. www.wartsila.com gme.net.au Hurtigruten Inks Rotten Fish NAVTOR NavBox Certi? ed Azurtane Launches New Vessel Biogas Deal Cyber Secure Positioning Technology As the global marine industry aggressively moves NAVTOR

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    valleys, and covered regularly in the maritime media, less is known about the opinion of but in recent years a number of geopolitical events vessel operators, METIs and seafarers on the the pace and prospects of autono- and a prolonged slump in the offshore energy sector my. To ? nd out, the MarTID 2019

  • MR Jun-19#46  to all, helping companies, educators and  seafarers (774,000)
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    in total, globally, there are 1,647,500 cording to Allianz’ Safety and Shipping panies and mariners themselves – con- to all, helping companies, educators and seafarers (774,000 of? cers and 873,500 Review 2019, an annual review of trends tinues to rise. seafarers to discover (and hopefully uti- ratings)

  • MR Jun-19#45  at any one time”. Oldendorff 
tors (sometimes called “freight)
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    world yearbook system includes the underlying owners, vessel opera- ates around 700 vessels at any one time”. Oldendorff tors (sometimes called “freight merchants”) and major Carriers estimated that its controlled ? eet (owned and charterers. On the tanker side, brokers Poten compiles chartered) stood

  • MR Jun-19#42  participants in the various sectors. “Big” can be de?  ned)
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    BETTER? Like any other business, some shipping companies are bigger than others. This article looks at some of the larger participants in the various sectors. “Big” can be de? ned in multiple ways. Here, contributing editor Barry Parker takes a deep dive into the data revealing the true visage of market

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    are the while earning the WEC industry a bad Institute of Technology from 2004 to ated while Raftery design criteria spe- reputation. He said early investor reac- 2012. The technology essentially allows worked at Stevens Institute of Technol- ci? cally required to bring wave energy tions to SurfWEC have

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    (NYERDA) as consortium administra- in water depths of 45 meters or more (re- ment, materials and positioning. All of power station, adding to and comple- tor. DOE contributed $20.5 million for call Windby’s 2-5 meter depth). that means cheaper energy from offshore menting an overall electrical system. competitiv

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    and Marine Institute of Memorial Univer- rine industry workforce. The Institute runs three marine sec- sity of Newfoundland, located in St John’s, New- tor Schools – the School of Fisheries, the School of Maritime T foundland is dedicated to education, training, ap- Studies, and the School of Ocean Technology

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    Above: full ship power on one engine, if f Optimal outputs: a wind- needed. turbine permanent mag- Like an offshore wind-turbine in- net generator at The stallation vessel or cable layer, the Switch in Deyang. Giant needed redundancy. Tighter r energy management rules demand- ed ef? ciency, hence the

  • MT Jun-19#40  of solar inverters on the side.
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    up a $500 million business in low- voltage and medium-voltage drives, with shore wind build-ups, grid opera- Y some sales of solar inverters on the side. tors wondering about the ef? ciency Known in the North Sea for permanent magnet generators and frequency converters for wind turbines and marine power

  • MT Jun-19#39  down, the data is securely stored on the local drive and)
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    breaks down, the data is securely stored on the local drive and and start the data processing right away. It is also possible to once the connection is re-established the image re-appears on use automated tools such as CARIS on-board or Qimera Live the monitoring terminal. for immediate processing

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    would then collect them. nodes are installed on the sea? oor,” says Tjøm. “The competi- “There’s a variety of seismic acquisition technologies out tors do 40-170 a day per and need two ROVs, DP-controlled there that are mainly towed,” says Kyrre J Tjøm, iDrop’s node handling systems, a large vessel

  • MT Jun-19#17  matrix panel on the Topside  tor can enable screen-sharing)
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    but with the added features of a large upgrades include wireless broadcasting in which the opera- 15-inch (38 cm) TFT-active matrix panel on the Topside tor can enable screen-sharing with other operatives and the Control Case, as well as greater ? exibility in the choice of MarineNav Fleet Management

  • MT Apr-19#61 Balmoral Boltless Bend Restrictor
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    Balmoral Boltless Bend Restrictor Balmoral has extended its bend restric- tor range to include a genuinely boltless restrictor (patent pending). This innovation allows ? tting times to be slashed, offering savings in offshore installation costs. In line with Balmoral’s track record for prod- uct

  • MT May-19#39 , processors, com-
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    onboard. Secondly, the overall solution is cost-effective as we do not replace the HMS and VDS transducers; only receivers, processors, com- puters, monitors and operating consoles are. Finally, crews gain skills while training: data from previous missions are logged into the AS3i and can be set to replay

  • MT May-19#12  shore-based receivers to monitor AIS  the location.  By)
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    Insignts Government Update They started installing shore-based receivers to monitor AIS the location. By combining AIS data with other information, transmissions from approaching ships, out to a point just such as photos from surveillance aircraft or satellites, correla- beyond the horizon. Those

  • MR May-19#70  
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    , but also saves energy consists of a heavy fuel oil separa- ment and analysis equipment. at the same time. The CatFineMaster used by IMO, suppliers of UV tor as the core and a feed pump. This ensures an effective reduction of cat treatment systems will likely pump can be controlled during opera- How it

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    Maritime Reporter & Engineering Autonomy is not a priority for the News. The 2019 report offers a few new features in the follow majority of vessel operators, but for (an up to the 2018 report. To start, the 2019 report was themed to impressive) 26.7%, it is. examine more closely the impact autonomy in

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    in the room is Kirby Corporation (NYSE: ÐŽY|G??sŽYAYE?Gl?ŽIl?G?|sÐG?? KEX), which is also active in this sec- DAYAOGwGYlŽINGGl?ÐO?AEG?E??EŽÐUsYOAYE tor on all coasts, with a deep sea ? eet of YG?d?suEÐ?ŽO?Aw?? 50 boats and 53 barges (with more than Ballast Water Management Systems and 1/3 in the

  • MR May-19#47  us. Even some of our competi-
tors use these products in)
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    for Cummins’ engines, but for en- gines built by other companies, too. The technology they develop really distin- guishes us. Even some of our competi- tors use these products in different seg- ments. While I’m certain that your organization’s investment in R&D is broad and continu- ous, can you point

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    GREEN MARINE • Ship Owner Pro? le Experienced operator Fleet expansion growth. There will be a lot more ships Above: An impression of the MS Roald Hurtigruten was established by in 1893 The current Hurtigruten ? eet consists added to the Hurtigruten ? eet in the next Amundsen cruising in the fjords

  • MR May-19#31  type of work. The drone  the KV Tor’s deck, with its camera)
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    use ? ight control of the Sky Rangers from mine sulfur content within 30 seconds — tonomous or not. drones for this type of work. The drone the KV Tor’s deck, with its camera con- or about as long as the Sky Ranger has to But as with all drones, it’s payload, will therefore ensure that we make more

  • MR May-19#29  NMA’s  the entire Norwegian littoral — an area as long as)
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    . 1, 2026, the area above will be subject to the sulfur cap. In 2030, Enge in June of 2018 coordinated and supervised the NMA’s the entire Norwegian littoral — an area as long as the West Coast test drone project at the entrance to Bergen Harbor. For a week, of the United States — will be “emissions free