Global classification society ClassNK has completed the document review for a ship recycling facility plan (SRFP) submitted by Philippines-based Tsuneishi Ship Recycling (Negros) (TSRNI).
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ expedition vessel, 155-passenger Bremen has become one of the first passenger ships to receive the Polar Code certification which will be mandatory for ships operating in the polar regions from January 2018.
The ability to assess and compare the position-keeping capabilities of a ship equipped with dynamic positioning technology is vital during the planning and design phase and provides valuable operational decision support. The new DNV GL standard ensures verifiable results.
An independent performance verification of a nacelle-mounted Zephir Ltd. lidar has been undertaken by DNV GL on a test site in Janneby, Germany, demonstrating product compliance with best-practice guidelines of the EUDP UniTTe programs – industry benchmarks for the installation of turbine-mounted remote sensing devices.
Saudi Arabia's national shipping company Bahri's Data unit has signed a deal with Norway-based classification society DNV GL to jointly develop new big data capabilities to address safety, quality and compliance issues within the maritime industry
The Embraport Terminal at Brazil’s Port of Santos has received recommendations for the renewal of its Supply Chain Security and Quality Management System certifications.
DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, today published an update of its GRIDSTOR Recommended Practice (DNVGL-RP-0043) for grid-connected energy storage.
Lloyd’s Register’s well management expertise is being used by Ecopetrol Costa Afuera S.A.S. (ECAS) of Ecopetrol, for offshore exploration drilling operations in Colombia.
DNV GL is now launching the first industry guidance, DNVGL-RP-B301, on inspecting, testing and evaluating non-metallic seals in operation.
The CRT200 Cable Retrieval Tool, developed by Webtool, has received design verification approval from DNV GL. Designed to allow the safe and controlled recovery of damaged cable and umbilical, up to 8” (203 mm) diameter, the CRT200 meets the requirements of DNVGL-ST-N001 Marine Operations & Marine Warranty, June 2016 and DNVGL-ST-0378 Standard for Offshore & Platform Lifting Appliances, May 2016.