CR Ocean Engineering Marine Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (Scrubbers) Installation List

When it comes to exhaust gas cleaning systems, CR Ocean Engineering is increasingly trusted by the world’s leading shipping companies, cruise liners, oil rigs and cranes to help them meet their emissions challenges by way of marine exhaust gas scrubbers to help them achieve the 0.1% Sulfur equivalency as required by MARPOL […]

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The 0.1% Solution: Infographic on CROE Marine Exhaust Gas Scrubbers for MARPOL Compliance

Marine Exhaust Gas Scrubbers for MARPOL Compliance.This Infographic presents a comprehensive explanation of the challenges of MARPOL compliance, with the new fuel emissions regulations in effect since January 1, 2015. Vessels sailing in the North Sea/Baltic and North American/Canada Caribbean Emissions Control Areas or ECAs face two choices. The substantially […]

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Another scrubber contract for CR OCEAN ENGINEERING, L.L.C. (CROE®).

CROE® announces the award of two (2) Exhaust Gas Scrubbing Systems from STENA RoRo AB. Parsippany, NJ, USA, 7 January 2015 – CR Ocean Engineering, L.L.C. (CROE®) announced that it has recently been awarded the design and supply of two (2) Open Loop exhaust gas cleaning systems (scrubbing systems) from […]

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North American and US Caribbean ECAs and other Valuable MARPOL Annex VI Materials

The EPA publishes some valuable information and links about emission standards and fuel sulfur limits to ships operating in the North American ECA and the US Caribbean ECA. The effective dates of the standards for an area depend on the area’s designation date, points the EPA site. Among the valuable links it […]

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Meeting the MARPOL Challenges: CR Ocean Engineering Marine Scrubber

Basic information on the MARPOL Challenges

Shipping Industry Representatives Sound Alarm About Costs of New EPA Maritime Fuel Rule (USA)

In March, 2014, a top level delegation of shipping industry executives testified to US Congressional leaders about the effects on the industry about the new shipping fuel requirements imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and which will take effect in 2015. The measure will drastically increase shipping costs,: “[…] on average, […]

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TSA Members Revise Low-Sulfur Fuel Charge

Substantially higher shipping costs are coming with the new year as new, stricter emissions regulations come into effect. This emphasizes the importance of considering CR Ocean Engineering scrubber technology as an alternative to higher costs of low-sulphur fuel. In a previous post, we noted that BP Singapore Country President, Terence […]

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Retrofitting a CR Ocean Engineering Scrubbing System in a Bulk Carrier Operating on the US Great Lakes

CR Ocean Engineering CEO Nick Confuorto explains the process of retrofitting a CR Ocean Engineering Scrubbing System in a bulk carrier operating in the US Great Lakes. For more information, please contact Nick nconfuorto@croceanx.com  

MARPOL Annex VI Explained; CR Marine Scrubber, The Solution to Low-Sulphur Costs

The choices presented by the new MARPOL Annex VI regulations are straightforward. Reduce your emissions by switching to low-sulphur fuel and bear the costs. Or use our CR Marine Scrubbers. The video explains the regulations and the zones in which they apply. There is, however, a low-cost alternative: The CR […]

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CR Marine Scrubbers: The Alternative to Expensive Low Sulphur Fuel

Seeking to control marine pollution from ships, Annex VI of MARPOL Convention has established strict limits on emissions of  nitrogen oxides (NOx) for all ocean-going vessels operating in US waters and those within 200 nautical miles off the coasts of North American. The purpose is to protect human health and the environment by […]

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This film covers everything you need to know about Annex V1 of MARPOL 73/78, including the NOx Technical Code.

Scrubber Design for Maritime Use

  CR Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (also known as Marine Scrubbers) are available in a variety configurations,  diameters, heights and materials of construction.  All are well suited for onboard installation. CR’s mechanical engineers are well versed CR’s mechanical engineers are well versed in the intricacies of scrubber design and are uniquely prepared […]

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To find out more about our equipment and how it can help you meet the upcoming IMO MARPOL Annex VI sulfur requirements without switching to the more costly low sulfur fuel, please email: nconfuorto@croceanx.com.  Allow us to show you how CR Ocean Engineering can help you save money and become […]

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