Sunday, July 21, 2019

Fuel Management News

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SCI in New Partnership with Enginei EFMS

Growing maritime sector use of electronic fuel management systems (EFMS) has prompted diesel power engineering specialist Royston to appoint a new US-based distributor for its advanced enginei technology.Standard Calibrations Inc. (SCI), a specialist measurement science company with extensive marine industry involvement, will now provide sales, installation and technical service support for the enginei EFMS across the USA.SCI, with a head office in Chesapeake, Virginia, has nearly 30 years’ experience in maritime instrumentation systems and applications…

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Enginei EFMS Joins Up with Opsealog

Royston Diesel Power has set up a new arrangement that links its enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) directly with the Opsealog’s maritime smart data analysis platform, meaning that the automatically generated fuel consumption and other engine performance data provided by enginei can now be incorporated directly into the Opsealog system, to be cross checked with other data by Opsealog’s marine business analysts.

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CMR NatGas Sensing Capability Debuts at CIMAC

New fuel management technology from CMR Group, the automation and control system specialists for global power applications, will feature at CIMAC 2019.The NIRIS (Near Infrared Intelligent Sensor) Natural Gas sensor has been introduced to reduce consumption levels of natural gas-powered engines provide by the real time measurement of fuel quality.The sensor, which is directly connected to the gas feeder pipeline, is built around smart infrared hardware and data treatment software and features a CAN bus communications facility…

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Royston Upgrades Optimum Speed EFMS Module

Diesel power specialist Royston has enhanced its Eco Speed analysis capability as part of its enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) to enable ship operators to identify and maintain optimum vessel speeds for efficient fuel usage across different operational modes.Devised with marine engineering specialists from Newcastle University, the Eco Speed feature enables shipping operators to manage vessel and fleet performance in the most efficient way possible without impacting on essential day to activities.Rather than being based on sea trials or test bed data…

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CMR Debuts Natural Gas Sensing Capability

New fuel management technology from CMR Group, the automation and control system specialists for global power applications, will feature at CIMAC 2019.The NIRIS (Near Infrared Intelligent Sensor) Natural Gas sensor has been introduced to reduce consumption levels of natural gas-powered engines provide by the real time measurement of fuel quality.The sensor, which is directly connected to the gas feeder pipeline, is built around smart infrared hardware and data treatment software and features a CAN bus communications facility…

FuelTrax 'Vision' for SPO

Swire has installed FuelTrax Vision, a new onboard surveillance system.Swire Pacific Offshore, a marine services conglomerate and a leading service provider to the offshore oil and gas industry currently operates six vessels with FuelTrax on board, two of which have been installed with the latest FuelTrax Vision technology. The two FuelTrax Vision systems have been preforming without disruption since December 2018.FuelTrax is designed to be a smart, self-contained, marine fuel management solution…

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Evinrude Releases Nautilus Engine Gauges

Evinrude has announced the launch of a new addition to its line of color engine displays – the Nautilus 3.5-inch Color display. Designed to complement the latest in vessel helm design, the new round Nautilus display, with a compact form factor, is ideal for use in smaller, modern dash configurations.Built with multiple display screens to fit the personal information needs of each boater and big, bold, easy to see numbers, Nautilus includes Engine and Vessel pages, mode selection, as well as a number of selectable home screens.

Tarmac’s City of Westminster has received the latest version of the enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) from Royston diesel power (Photo: Royston)

Royston's Enginei Specified for Tarmac's Dredger Upgrade

The latest version of the enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) from Royston diesel power, has been specified for Tarmac’s Marine business’ City of Westminster aggregate dredger.The vessel is one of a four-strong fleet of gravel and sand dredgers, which operate mainly in the North Sea and English Channel, supplying Tarmac’s aggregate processing plants on the River Thames and in Southampton.The company is currently rolling out the latest version of enginei across its dredger fleet to provide enhanced fuel monitoring and reporting capabilities.The 3…

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New Agent for Royston in Malaysia

Royston diesel power has appointed a new agent for Malaysia, strengthening its presence in the electronic fuel management systems market (EFMS).Kuala Lumpar-based Time Marine, a Petronas licensed vendor, will be responsible for developing business for enginei EFMS across the south east Asian region under the new agreement, which will include aftermarket sales and technical support.The move will also see Time supporting enginei at several events and seminars in 2019 in Malaysia…

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Penguin Orders 16 enginei Units

Royston Diesel Power’s enginei EFMS (electronic fuel management system) has been specified for a range of new specialist maritime security vessels and multi-role crew boats. Sixteen enginei units supplied to Penguin International Limited, the Singapore-based designer and operator of aluminum workboats.Penguin is building several of its flagship Flex Fighter range of high-speed armored security vessels for antipiracy operations off the coast of Nigeria. New Flex-42X multi-role…

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Royston’s enginei Specified for Dredger Newbuild

Royston Diesel Power said its enginei EFMS (electronic fuel management system) has been specified as part of the newbuild program for the first dredging vessel commissioned in 20 years by CEMEX UK Marine.The new £30 million vessel has been designed to extract sand and gravel from depths of up to 55m, including in the challenging conditions experienced in the North Sea. Under construction at Damen Shipyards Galati, in Romania, the 100m long, 7,000 metric ton vessel, CEMEX Go Innovation…

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Royston Bringing Advanced Monitoring Tech to SMM

Advanced fuel monitoring and energy management technology, designed to deliver significant cost benefits for vessel operators, will be among the key attractions on the Royston diesel power SMM stand.Royston, an internationally based company operating in the global maritime sector for over 40 years, is an authorized representative for Niigata, GE, Yanmar, Volvo Penta, Scania, Napier Turbochargers.With bases in the U.K., Australia and West Africa, it works closely with customer fleets carrying out engine replacement or maintenance…

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New Royston Agent Strengthens Far East Sales of Enginei

Royston Diesel Power has appointed Siam Mechanical Engineering (SME) as its new enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) agent for Thailand.Under the new agreement, the Bangplee-based mechanical engineering services specialist will be responsible for providing sales and aftermarket technical support for enginei across the country’s marine sector.The move comes as Royston looks to develop EFMS sales to marine owners and operators looking for a competitive advantage, while…

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New Tool Enables Optimum Vessel Speeds

Diesel power specialist Royston has developed a special ecospeed analysis capability as part of its enginei electronic fuel management system (EFMS) to enable ship operators to identify and maintain optimum vessel speeds for efficient fuel usage.Devised with marine engineering specialists from Newcastle University, Royston has developed a new ecospeed algorithm based on speed modeling and an analysis of vessel operating data, correlating and synchronizing information from different…

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Caterpillar Marine’s MEO & ‘The Big Virtual Engine’

Late last year Caterpillar introduced the Multi-Engine Optimizer, or MEO. According to T.E. “Dra” Wiersema, Product Manager, Caterpillar Marine, 85 to 90 percent of the value of MEO is in fuel savings. But the story of MEO is so much more. As the maritime industry increasingly moves toward data analytics to control everything from fuel management to overhaul scheduling to route planning, there has been the requisite avalanche of new products and systems purporting to deliver incredible returns.

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Royston Expands UK Engineering Facilities

Royston Diesel Power has doubled the size of its UK engineering facilities to support continuing global growth in its marine engine service business and new technology development. As part of a £500,000 ($676,000) investment program the company has opened an additional 15,000 sq. ft. of engineering workshop premises alongside its existing headquarters on the banks of the River Tyne. As well as increasing the company’s engine repair and maintenance capability, the new center will also provide a focus for a range of other technical support functions.

The new enginei module from Royston improves the monitoring of onboard and onshore fuel tank inventories. (Photo: Royston)

New Tank Module Boost Fuel Inventory Capabilities

Improved monitoring of onboard and onshore fuel tank inventories, is provided for vessel owners and bunker operators with a new module from Royston Diesel Power. The latest enhancement to Royston’s advanced enginei fuel monitoring system, the tank monitoring module features EFMS (Electronic Fuel Monitoring System) technology to provide real-time inventory measurement capabilities. enginei accurately records data by monitoring bunker deliveries and individual engine consumption, with the data presented on touchscreen monitors installed on the bridge and in engine control rooms.

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Ten Smart Ship Applications for an Intelligent Future

Ibna Zaman of Royston highlights the growing operational advantages provided by the effective analysis of intelligent data in the marine sector – if certain challenges can be successfully overcome. With the impending introduction of the EU MRV Regulations forcing shipping operators to think more seriously about monitoring, reporting and verifying fuel and emissions performance, new data driven improvements have the potential to transform the shipping sector. As its name implies…