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Contents | MAY 2012 32-70 Features


Feature 1 Green shipping 32-36 Zero oil means zero environmental impact


38-44 Exhaust emissions prediction and mitigation


46-48 Training key to safe operation of gas fuelled ships


49 Efficient Post-Panamax’s


Feature 2 Ro-ro ferry 50-52 Viking’s charge into a new era 54-56 Taxing emissions


Feature 3 Cruise ship 58-61 Raising the standard 63-64 Miami launch for eniram


Feature 4 Shipboard water treatment 66-68 Adding ballast to the convention 68 Optimarin seals the deal 69 Alfa Laval ups the standards 70 Korean’s top-up the BWTS market


58 69


Alfa Laval sets new limits with it PureBilge.


Lessons learned from Costa Concordia go toward better passenger ship safety.


54 P&O sticks with common rail engines.


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