GLOBAL MARINE TANKER MARKET
Marine. Tankers are vessels that transport liquid commodities in bulk, including orange juice, chemicals, liquefied gases, crude oil, and oil products. Because of the nature of their cargo, they need unique construction and equipment. The bulk of the world’s energy demands are transported via tankers, which transport liquid goods.
A ship built to transport or store liquids or gases in bulk is known as a tanker (also known as a tank ship or tankship). The oil tanker, chemical tanker, and petrol carrier are the three main types of tankships. Tankers also transport goods including wine, molasses, and vegetable oils.
GLOBAL MARINE TANKER MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global marine Tanker market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH
Japan has launched the first zero-emission all-electric tanker in the world. The first of Asahi Tanker’s two next-generation all-electric tankers has been launched and given a name. It is powered by a sizable lithium-ion battery manufactured by e5 Lab with assistance from Corvus Energy, a consortium formed by Japanese partners with the goal of developing maritime shipping infrastructure services with a concentration on electrically propelled vessels.
The tanker specifically achieves zero emissions of CO2, NOx, SOx, and particulates, lowering impact on the environment. Also, lessening noise and vibration will improve the crew members’ working conditions and reduce noise pollution in the bay and its environs.
Also, in the event that Tokyo experiences a natural calamity, the vessel will make its battery power available to emergency services. e5 Lab and Asahi Tanker were the ones that first suggested this idea.
Each vessel is being built by Koa Sangyo and Imura Zosen KK, with Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) acting as the system integrator for the two companies.
Imura Shipyard is expected to finish building the second vessel.Measurements include LOA 62m, Breadth 10.30m, and Draft 4.15m.
The ship’s classification society is Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK). freight: heavy oil, Cargo tank capacity: 1,280 cbm, Gross tonnage: 499 tonnes, speed: approximately 10 knots Equipment for propulsion: Side thrusters 68kw x 2 and azimuth thrusters 300kw x 2. 3.480 kWh of battery power
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