All About Propulsion

 

 

 

 

 

De Graaf Aandrijvingen, Machinefabriek De Waal and Eefting Energy are all involved in the technical world of marine propulsion. One supplies power transmission components, the other manufactures and installs propulsion systems and the third delivers efficiency monitoring systems.

A lot can be said about propulsion. You can talk about propulsion systems, different kind of rudders, main and auxiliary engines, fuel consumption and reduction and more. Marine propulsion is what makes the industry move ahead. Maritime Holland spoke with the three companies about marine propulsion, special projects and trends that can be spotted in the industry.

Big, bigger, biggest “We supply the mechanical power transmission components for the shipbuilding and offshore industry”, explains Eddo Cammeraat, managing director of De Graaf Power Aandrijvingen, their

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Europe to Lose LNG Supply to Egypt

 

 

 

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By MarEx 2015-03-11 09:17:28

Europe is likely to attract fewer liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments than previously expected this summer as Egypt gears up to become the region's top-paying importer, traders said, potentially increasing gas prices in northwest Europe.

While analysts still expect more LNG to land in Europe this year than in 2014, forecasts will be tempered by increased competition with Egypt, signaling tighter supplies at a time when Dutch authorities move to limit production from Europe's biggest gas field. That may force gas prices higher in northwest Europe as utilities look to refill depleted inventories, analysts said.

A year-long demand slump in Asia, the world's biggest LNG market, has triggered a rush of sea-borne deliveries to typically overlooked European ports

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Reganosa recurre la autorización al gasoducto que abastecerá la regasificadora de Gijón, terminada y paralizada desde 2012

 

 

 

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24.02.2015 | 01:00

Reganosa, propietaria de la regasificadora de Mugardos, presentó un recurso ante el Tribunal Supremo contra la autorización del Gobierno al gasoducto asturiano El Musel-Llanera, esencial para que la planta de regasificación asturiana llegue a conectarse al sistema energético nacional. Reganosa, que tiene entre sus máximos accionistas al grupo Gadisa y a la Xunta, maniobra así ante una posible competidora, que se acabó de construir en 2012, pero permanece sin uso y por ahora sin fecha para entrar en servicio. Su apertura supondría concentrar dos instalaciones similares a dos horas y media en coche y 142 millas náuticas por mar. Además de la de Reganosa, existe ya otra planta regasificadora en Bilbao.

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