Going Green with IMO: Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS)

Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) Ballast water discharge from vessels today is recognised as one of the greatest threats to the ecological and the economic well-being of our environment. From 2024, all ships will be required to have approved Ballast Water Management Treatment (BWTS) System with the requirement of installing an approved system with the Ballast Water Management Convention adopted…
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Inside Estrella Del Mar III: Pipes, Steam and Engineering Rigour

Estrella Del Mar III, the floating power plant project designated for the Dominican Republic, features a 147MW combined cycle power plant using Gas Turbines (GT) and Steam Turbines (ST) provided by Siemens. Each GT generates approximately 50MW...
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Successes In Platform and Combat Systems Integration

Foundation, Expansion and Transformation From a humble beginning in the 70s in building ships such as ferry boats and gunboats, ST Engineering Marine has transformed into one naval shipyard that provides turnkey solutions from design to constr...
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Super Swift series of high-speed patrol boats for coastal defence

The rise of new maritime threats seen by nations in recent times has changed the operating landscape for coastal surveillance for homeland and maritime security agencies. Quick response with ultra-high speeds platforms, usually in excess of 60 kn...
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Crew Transfer Vessel: Suspension Enabled Crew Transfer Vessel

Addressing the evolving needs of the offshore renewables sector, ST Engineering unveils its 20m Nauti-Craft suspension enabled Crew Transfer Vessel (CTV) designed for safe high speed transit and reliable transfer of technicians and personnel. ...
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Halter Marine Launches First Two U.S. Navy Berthing Barges

In just a few days, Halter Marine Inc., a company of ST Engineering North America, celebrated multiple milestones on the Auxiliary Personnel Lighter–Small (APL(S)) program: • Launched the first two berthing barges• Erected modules for the thi...
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Big Data In The Water Industry

Global water demand is expected to continue due to the growing global population and economic shift towards more resource-intensive consumption. Many companies are increasingly turning to digital solutions to help address key water issues as a re...
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