Articles by: admin

Scrubbing emissions double earnings for ships over those that don’t: Report

With the average fuel spread topping $400 per ton — in some ports, $500 per ton, scrubbers pay for themselves and start to generate revenue Gregg Miller, writing on American Shipper, builds a strong case for exhaust scrubbers showing with hard data that ships that scrub their emissions earn twice […]

Read More

Scrubbers más pequeños, más eficientes y competitivos en precio para la industria naviera.

Smaller, more efficient and price competitive #scrubbers for the shipping industry. Bilingual article in Navalia. “No hay duda de que los scrubbers son la mejor y más económica solución para cumplir con las regulaciones de emisiones de azufre a la atmósfera de la OMI. Sin embargo, y actualmente con los […]

Read More

CR Ocean Engineering Sponsors New York Maritime Forum

CR Ocean Engineering joined government, business leaders and senior executives from the transportation, energy, logistics and maritime industries at Capital Link’s New York Maritime Forum on September 13, 2016. New York City plays a pivotal role in the worldwide shipping industry, with the largest number of listed shipping companies and the […]

Read More

CR Ocean Engineering at SMM, the Word’s Maritime Industry Trade Fair. Hamburg, Sept. 6-9, 2016

CR Ocean Engineering’s COO Nick Confuorto, will be heading the CROE team at Hamburg’s, SMM, the world’s leading trade fair for the maritime industry. With over 2,100 exhibitors from 67 countries and 50,000 visitors from 108 nations, this year event will feature an entire exhibit hall dedicated to Green Propulsion. Visit our booth […]

Read More

CR Ocean Engineering included in the 2016 Marine News 100

We are proud to announce CR Ocean Engineering’s inclusion in the 2016 Marine News 100! Marine News, the leading voice in the North American workboat market, features once a year 100 leaders and innovators, including workboat owners and operators, workboat builders and repairers, and product and service providers. Honorees of […]

Read More

Powering a Cruise Ship: The Role of a Royal Caribbean Chief Engineer

With a staff of over 100 people, a cruise ship’s Chief Engineer’s task is to provide all power and safety for a small city that’s moving with as many as 8,000 people on board. It is a highly complex job that requires great knowledge, total confidence and top skills. The video […]

Read More

Fuel Availability Study for 2020 Global Sulfur Cap Provides a ‘Clear Mandate’: EGCSA

Excerpts from a July 15, 2016 note published in Ship and Bunker. The Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association (EGCSA) says the results of CE Delft’s recent study has provided a “clear mandate” for the 2020 implementation date of a 0.50% global sulfur cap on bunkers. A study undertaken by CE Delft […]

Read More

Interview with Nicholas Confuorto, President and Chief Operations Officer of CR Ocean Engineering

GREEN4SEA interviews Nicholas Confuorto, President and Chief Operations Officer, CR Ocean Engineering at Posidonia 2016, June 6-10, Metropolitan Expo, Athens

CR Ocean Engineering at Posidonia 2016, June 6-11 in Athens

Having set new records in terms of exhibitor or space, size of conference programme and number of visitors, Posidonia 2016 also managed to impress shipping industry executives, analysts and media for the look and feel of the exhibition’s displays, the relevance of conference content and quality of visitors and delegates […]

Read More

CR Ocean Engineering at the Posidonia Expo, June 6-10 in Athens

  The CR Ocean Engineering is a proud participant in Posidonia 2016, the world’s most prestigious maritime exhibition, in what will be the biggest in the event’s almost 50 year-long history. With over 1,800 exhibitors from 89 countries and estimated 20,000 visitors will be walking the state-of-the-art venue this will be one of the […]

Read More

Industry Ready for 2020 SOx Emissions Rules: EGCSA

Reposted from Marine Link. Michelle Howard, Wednesday, June 01, 2016 — The Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association (EGCSA) has raised concerns regarding the possible delay to the adoption of a global limit on fuel oil sulphur emissions, which is to be considered by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) in October 2016. The […]

Read More

Animation: CR Ocean Engineering In-line Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems

  Operation of the CR Ocean Engineering Marine Scrubber. New low-sulphur emissions regulations present formidable challenges for ship owners, both now and in the future. CR Ocean Engineering’s exhaust cleaning systems offer an alternative to low-sulphur fuels at a fraction of the cost. Our scrubber systems are custom engineering to continuously […]

Read More

CR Ocean Engineering COO Nick Confuorto at Green4Sea Conference

CR Ocean Engineering COO Nick Confuorto speaks at the 2016 Green4Sea Conference on Environmental Excellence & Sustainable Shipping, April 6, 2016, Athens. Download our brochure Contact Nick

CROE in Shortlist for Lloyd’s List North American Maritime Awards 2016

CR Ocean Engineering is proud to announce that we’ve been included in the shortlist for the Lloyd’s List North American Maritime Awards 2016. Under the category “Innovation”, CROE is one of 18 other companies selected by a panel of highly respected judges which spent hours pouring over the entries for the Lloyd’s […]

Read More

APPROVED: CR Ocean Engineering MARPOL certification of EGC SECP from Stena

CR Ocean Engineering provided Stena RoRo AB with two open-loop scrubbers for MV Forerunner cargo ship. Scrubber (MS1) is installed on Main Engine 1 (Port Side) Scrubber (MS2) is installed on Main Engine 4 (Starboard Side). Below, the letter stating compliance with MARPOL Annex VI emissions regulations.      

CR Ocean Engineering Scrubbers Help Royal Caribbean Reduce Emissions

CR Ocean Engineering Scrubbers are playing a key role in Royal Caribbean Cruises environmental strategy to reduce bout air and water emissions and thus meet MARPOL compliance, according to Cruise Industry News. The company has launched a 19-ship retrofit program that includes CR Ocean Engineering as one of its suppliers. “We wanted to […]

Read More

Iran Will Not Be Flooding the Market With Cheap Oil; Teheran Has Sold Only 4 Million Barrels Since January

This note in Ship and Bunker eases concerns that the January lifting of Iran sanctions will mean cheap oil as the oil producing nation seeks to recoup from losses stemming from the sanctions. Excerpts: “Iran may have returned to the international oil stage, but cheap deals are not to be had […]

Read More

Hefty Fine on China Navigation Company for Failure to Switch to Low-Sulphur Fuel Near California Coast

Violating emissions regulations is a serious offense with heavy consequences. Maritime Executive reports that the California has fined the China Navigation Company $129,500 for failure to switch its engines over from heavy fuel oil to low-sulfur fuel while sailing close to the California coast, as required by state law. On December […]

Read More

Translate »
Call Now Button