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Watch selected videos from the world’s leading engine brands on both technical data engines to customer satisfaction experiences. Included in these videos are also the new innovation on our distributed engines all on clear 3D graphic and animation.
Just ask our customers. When we asked Robert C. Dorn, CEO of Hyak Maritime, about the fuel economy of GE engines, he replied, “Best that I have witnessed in 35 years.” For example, “One of our customers made long international voyages to Africa in 2014 and relayed that daily fuel consumption was 2700 gallons. They had planned for 5000+ gallons per day based on decades of similar tows with EMD powered tugs.”
Harvey Gulf recently purchased two of GE Marine’s new EPA Tier 4 emissions-compliant medium-speed diesel engines for its latest multi-purpose field support vessel. Harvey Gulf provides offshore supply and multi-purpose support vessels for deep-water operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.They will be among the first customers to operate GE’s diesel engines that meet EPA Tier 4 emissions standards without SCR after-treatment or urea injection.
GE Marine offers an innovative non-Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology for its L250 and V250 series diesel engines that requires no urea-based after-treatment. Eight years in the making, this technology reduces key emissions by more than 70% and enables in-engine compliance with EPA Tier 4 and IMO Tier III emissions standards.
The GE L250 Series Inline Diesel Engine was based off the successful V250 engine platform and offers a streamline design that is fuel-efficient with continuous power. Together, with flexible installation and maintenance options, proven parts performance and support from worldwide GE distribution network, the L250 offers customers reliability and limited downtime.
At the SMM 2016 in Hamburg, Germany, MarineNews and Maritime Logistics Professional Editor Joseph Keefe interviews GE Transportation’s International Sales Director Sander Jacobs, for Maritime Reporter TV. Mr. Jacobs discusses the new and groundbreaking GE IMO Tier III / EPA Tier 4 marine engine, its target market and how the engine is performing in its first installation.