In October 1983, Annex I of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution, known as MARPOL 73/78, entered into force for the maritime and shipping industry. This convention concerns pollution from oil. The regulation was created to reduce operational discharges from ships,
The merits of MAN B&W Holeby's L28/32 auxiliary engine series— one of the world's most popular heavy fuel-burning genset drives—have been enhanced by some recent significant design modifications. The fuel economy has been substantially improved,
First American Bulk Carrier Corporation, Orange, Texas, has applied to the Maritime Administration for a Title XI guarantee to aid in financing the construction of two bulk/container vessels. First American, a new company owned by the Pension
—Literature Available The U.K. Ministry of Defence has selected the MFV (Moss Fredrikstad Verft) marine incinerator, marketed in the United Kingdom by Marine Ventures Ltd., as the most suitable commercially available incinerator for onboard installation
The U.S. Coast Guard has announced that new requirements concerning prevention of pollution from ships will become effective on October 2, 1983. For some U.S. shipowners and operators the new rules will mean changes in operating procedures and for others new equipment will be required.