Wärtsilä to Present 'New Maritime Era for Gas' at IWBS

Press Release
Thursday, November 29, 2012

Wärtsilä's John Hatley PE,  Americas VP Ship Power, will talk on the subject at  upcoming International Workboat Show (IWBS), New Orleans.

Wärtsilä’s gas systems offerings now include small scale LNG liquefaction , regasification , LNG fuel systems  and LNGPac . Combined with Wärtsilä’s dual-fuel engine technology this expanded scope of supply is delivering the benefits of LNG along with operational flexibility.

Wärtsilä has a proven track-record in developing technology solutions that meet anticipated environmental standards. Wärtsilä offer exhaust gas cleaning technology for the removal of sulphur from ships emissions, and is uniquely placed to offer owners and operators a choice of ballast water management solutions. 


In this regard, the manufacturers will also present its three BWM solutions - Wärtsilä AQUARIUS EC , Wärtsilä AQUARIUS UV , and Wärtsilä Marinex UV .

The talk, "Entering a New Marine Era for Gas"
 by John Hatley will be at the show on Thursday December 6 at 11:00 - 12:00.

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