Singapore based engineering group ST Engineering will be showcasing its suite of emission reduction technologies to help vessels meet stricter IMO emission regulations at OSEA 2018, Marina Bay Sands from 27-29 November.
“It’s exciting for us to witness how solutions designed and developed by ST Engineering have created endless possibilities and led the way forward for the industry,” said Chew Men Leong, Chief Marketing Officer, ST Engineering and Deputy President & President (Defence Business), Marine.
“The impetus for all of these innovations has stemmed from a fundamental need to optimise resources and improve overall safety, reliability and cost for ship owners and operators.
“We are proud to be an industry transforming force.”
Ship owners who are interested in cost-effective diesel engine exhaust abatement solutions that can meet impending MARPOL regulations will benefit immensely from the CoSCRUBTM, which was designed and developed by ST Engineering as a single, integrated open loop system that can be easily installed on all vessels.
Other CoSCRUBTM benefits include power and fuel savings, automated soot blowing customised stack design, thermal shock prevention, as well as control and monitoring interface ready.
Another green solution comes in the form of LNG-powered vessels. Having built the world’s first Combination Container Roll-on/Roll-off (ConRo) ships powered by LNG, ST Engineering has the expertise to bring on more LNG-powered solutions to benefit the industry and the environment, such as LNG Bunkering vessel solutions and gas-powered near shore power plants.
These will be on showcase at OSEA 2018.
Photo credit: ST Engineering
Published: 27 November, 2018
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