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MAN Diesel & Turbo has won a contract from Sembcorp Marine to supply one of its biggest ever dual-fuel propulsion systems, with scrubbers, for a Semi-submersible Crane Vessel (NSCV) for Heerema Offshore Services.

DNV GL has given Approval in Principle (AiP) for a high-horsepower selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system from Tenneco.

MAN Diesel & Turbo has run successful tests of a new liquid-gas-injection engine, the ME-LGI, set for installation on a newbuild Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) methanol carrier series.

China is mulling new rules on fuel quality and emissions for shipping, according to Environment Protection Ministry official Xiong Yuehui.

The European Parliament has approved a regulation forcing transparent Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) in its waters, despite the objections of industry representative groups.

China Classification Society has granted the world's first IMO Tier III approval in principle to MAN’s Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for all its entire medium-speed engines.

Russia wants the implementation of a NOx emission control area (NECA) in the North and Baltic Seas delayed until 2021, on the grounds of the cost to the shipping industry.

While shipowners are still worrying about the introduction of 0.1% sulphur emission control areas (ECA) in the North and Baltic Seas from 1 January 2015, Denmark is pushing for nitrogen oxide (NOx) ECAs (NECA) covering the same areas.

The European Commission supports global regulation of the shipping industry, but divided thoughts leaves the EU lacking proper clout at the IMO.

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