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Following the sinking of the fore section of the MOL Comfort on Thursday ClassNK says it expects to complete preliminary investigations by September.

The blaze aboard the fore section of the MOL Comfort remains unabated for a fifth day, with the company reporting that “observations show that most of the containers on deck have been burnt out”.

An investigation into the cause of the MOL Comfort accident by the vessel's classification body ClassNK has found the vessel’s design complied fully with both its own rules and IACS regulations.

Lloyd's Register (LR) is classing six dual-fuel LNG carriers, to be built by Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding, will be the first of their kind to be built in China.

London: Lloyd’s Register (LR) has completed the initial phase  of joint study with shipowner Zodiac and renewables company Totem into wind-generation aboard a bulk carrier, concluding that the technology "may be considered" for auxiliary power generation.

London: While LNG is gaining ground as an alternative ship fuel, other fuel sources should not be overlooked, says LR in its latest Gas Technology Report.

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