Ammonia – Page 12

  • Andreas Schmid, WinGD General Manager Future Technologies

    WinGD alt fuels research picks up momentum


    Andreas Schmid, WinGD’s General Manager Future Technologies, discussed progress in developing combustion solutions to use ammonia or methanol as fuel in the engine designer’s dual-fuel engines.

  • The AiP is the first to be awarded for an NH3-fuelled Chinese Newcastlemax bulk carrier design.

    AiP granted for China’s first ammonia-powered Newcastlemax


    Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) to Dalian Shipbuilding Industry Company (DSIC), the largest shipbuilding company in China, for the first Chinese Newcastlemax bulk carrier concept to be powered by ammonia.

  • A consortium of companies plan to bring an ammonia terminal into operation at the Port of Rotterdam by 2026.

    Ammonia import terminal planned for Rotterdam


    Gasunie, HES International (HES) and Vopak will be working together to develop an import terminal for green ammonia as a hydrogen carrier. 

  • Dr Sanjay Kuttan and Professor Lynn Loo from GCMD; Mr Danny Goldsmith and Mr Law Tat Win, Chevron

    Singapore MPA signs ammonia MoUs


    Singapore MPA has signed three Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with two green shipping consortiums on the ammonia value-chain at the Accelerating Decarbonisation Conference held in Singapore this week. The event also saw the Global Centre of Maritime Decarbonisation (GCMD) sign up four new partners.

  • The Port of Qingdao (pictured) is one of largest iron ore ports in China.

    Consortium plans Australia-East Asia iron ore green corridor


    A consortium, led by the Global Maritime Forum and consisting of BHP, Rio Tinto, Oldendorff Carriers and Star Bulk Carriers, has signed a letter of intent to assess the development of an iron ore green corridor between Australia and East Asia.