Wärtsilä is offering such studies to shipowners and operators; has already been conducted on a range of vessel types including...
Percentage of ships with scrubbers is set to increase in the coming years as 17% of the dry bulk, container, and tanker ships in the shipyards’...
Currently testing its carbon capture and storage-ready system at 70% capture rate and a pilot installation will take place within the next 12 months.
Su Len Quach explains the role of the scrubber retrofit market and its position in shipping’s journey to a decarbonised future in a recent insight article.
Firm acquired both boxships for a total of USD 33.9 million; duo comes with existing charters attached with renewal in Q4 2023 and Q1 2024, respectively.
“M/V Paroship” will increase the number of the scrubber-fitted vessels in company’s fleet to nine, enhancing its cash-flow generating capacity, says top firm official.
Tankers will be made carbon capture ready for collecting CO2 emissions onboard in the future; Filtree units will be installed in yards in Europe and Asia.
Shipowners have recently been eager to book scrubber retrofits to take advantage of wide Hi5 spreads in the coming months and years, according to ENGINE.