Marine

Enabling Future Fuels to Decarbonize Shipping

January 17, 2022

Shipping faces challenges to decarbonize, including the 3-5-year timeline required to develop and test additive systems and then bring them to market.

 

The Need for MAN Cat. II for Two-Stroke Marine Engines

January 11, 2022

Changes in emissions legislation and the introduction of lower sulphur fuels have changed the needs of the market and led to the introduction of MAN Cat. II.

Enhanced lubricants to support shippings shift to future fuels

Enhanced Lubricants to Support Shipping's Shift to Future Fuels

October 25, 2021

Ship operators must work alongside the companies they charge with maintaining engine condition to ensure a smooth transition to using alternative fuels.

Shipping's Journey to Decarbonization

October 15, 2021

As the shipping industry moves to a low carbon future, lubricant additive manufacturers will play a key role.

Shipping's Voyage to Decarbonization

July 09, 2021

With the introduction of IMO 2020, shipping started its journey to decarbonization.

Clean Fuels Will Usher in New Era of Engine Challenges

February 19, 2021

The reduction in fuel sulphur this year has started a process that will redefine how ship operators need to look after their engines, and how marine diesel cylinder lubricants are formulated.