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Vessel design and engineering specialist SeaTech Solutions International (“SeaTech”) as project lead of “Goal Zero” consortium has revealed the design of an electrically-powered lighter craft which is set to ply the waters of Singapore within the next three years. The fully electric lighter craft will be able to carry up to 12 passengers and 35 tonnes of cargo. It will be supported by a proposed charging infrastructure and equipped with battery packs which could be swapped for charging while the...

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SINGAPORE, 2 February 2021 – Vallianz Holdings Limited (“Vallianz” or the “Company”, and together with its subsidiaries, the “Group”) has entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding with SeaTech Solutions International Pte Ltd (“SeaTech”) to develop the next generation of environmentally-friendly harbour tugs based on SeaTech’s “EVT-60” design. The all-electric tug (“e-tug”) is designed to be powered by clean energy with an aim of zero carbon emission. The e-tug will support vessel owners to comply with the 2030 and 2050...

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Singapore has welcomed its first LNG-utilising bunker tanker, in the form of the dual-fuel, 7,990dwt Marine Vicky. Built by Keppel Nantong Shipyard for Singaporean bunker tanker owner/operator Sinanju,  the tanker was also designed domestically, by naval architect SeaTech Solutions International. SeaTech claims to have drawn up 77 bunker tanker designs for Singaporean operations to date.   According to Sinanju managing director Ju Kai Meng, Marine Vicky will help to “pioneer the use of LNG as a clean, alternative fuel for...

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SINGAPORE, 2 February 2021 – Vallianz Holdings Limited (“Vallianz” or the “Company”, and together with its subsidiaries, the “Group”) has entered into a binding Memorandum of Understanding with SeaTech Solutions International Pte Ltd (“SeaTech”) to develop the next generation of environmentally-friendly harbour tugs based on SeaTech’s “EVT-60” design. The all-electric tug (“e-tug”) is designed to be powered by clean energy with an aim of zero carbon emission. The e-tug will support vessel owners to comply with the 2030 and 2050...

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Singapore has welcomed its first LNG-utilising bunker tanker, in the form of the dual-fuel, 7,990dwt Marine Vicky. Built by Keppel Nantong Shipyard for Singaporean bunker tanker owner/operator Sinanju,  the tanker was also designed domestically, by naval architect SeaTech Solutions International. SeaTech claims to have drawn up 77 bunker tanker designs for Singaporean operations to date.   According to Sinanju managing director Ju Kai Meng, Marine Vicky will help to “pioneer the use of LNG as a clean, alternative fuel for...

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