Malaysian Group Looks To Ammonia


Source: MISC Berhad

Leading names in the Malaysian maritime sector have forged new global alliances to help drive the development and operation of ammonia-fuelled engines. Through the group’s shipowning and academic entities, MISC Berhad has inked respective and inter-rated collaboration agreements with Swiss-based two-stroke power specialist Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) and Norwegian classification society DNV.

The alliances follow other industry pacts fostered by MISC as part of its long-term plan to realise decarbonisation, by identifying practical and sustainable transition pathways to zero-emission shipping.

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