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Fred. Olsen’s dual-fuel engine successfully completes Acceptance Test within the GAINN4SHIP INNOVATION Project

November 16, 2016.- The world’s first dual-fuel engine for large high-speed vessels adapted by Fred. Olsen S.A. (FO3618DF) has successfully
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Valencia hosts a GAINN4MOS Project Board Meeting and a Technical Meeting

October 31, 2016 – On October 26 a GAINN4MOS Project Board Meeting was celebrated at the Port Authority of Valencia headquarters (Neptuno Hall)
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World’s first dual-fuel engine for large high-speed vessels presented as part of the GAINN4SHIP INNOVATION Project

October 27, 2016.- This morning, in the Navantia facilities in Cartagena (Murcia), an event was held to present the adaptation of a CATERPILLAR 3618
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The GAINN projects participate in the 2nd Workshop of Poisedon Med project held in Venice

October 20, 2016.- Last week Eva Pérez, the general coordinator of the GAINN projects, participated in the second workshop organised by the Poseidon
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The GAINN projects awarded in the 55th Congress of Naval Engineering and Maritime Industry

October 18, 2016.- During the past week the GAINN global action was presented at the “55th Congreso de Ingeniería Naval e Industria
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GAINN projects presented at the Greenport Congress in Venice

October 14, 2016.- During this week the GAINN Action has been presented at the “11th GreenPort Congress” held in Venice from the 12nd till 14th
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CARTAGENA October 27, 2016

Acceptance Test for the Dual-Fuel engine FO3618DF to retrofit the high-speed ropax vessel Bencomo Express

This event will take place next Tuesday October 27th at Navantia’s headquarters in Cartagena, set in the GAINN4SHIP INNOVATION project, co-funded
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VALENCIA October 26-27, 2016

Only for Partners – GAINN4MOS Internal Technical Meeting and Project Board Meeting

On October 26 a Project Board Meeting will be celebrated at the Port Authority of Valencia headquarters (Neptuno Hall) followed by a GAINN4MOS