2021 Marine Propulsion Survey

25 February 2021

Diesel & Gas Turbine Worldwide’s Marine Propulsion Order Survey is part three of three reports designed to provide details on the markets of large reciprocating engines, steam turbines and gas turbines used in power generation, mechanical drive and marine propulsion applications.

We divide the data into three reports in order to provide a more in-depth look at each market segment. The Power Generation Order Survey examines reciprocating engines, steam turbines and gas turbines for power generation service. The Mechanical Drive Order Survey is devoted to engine orders for mechanical drive applications including pumps, compressors, oil exploration machinery, rail and other industrial applications. The Marine Propulsion Order Survey examines mechanical drive, auxiliary and diesel-electric marine propulsion systems.

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