Ammonia – Page 9

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    Estuaries vulnerable to ammonia spills

    2022-11-22T06:00:00Z

    A joint study released by Environmental Defense Fund, Lloyd’s Register and Ricardo, examines the potential marine environmental impacts of ammonia spills during its use as a shipping fuel.

  • NYK has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan's largest energy utility, JERA.
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    JERA inks ammonia MoUs with NYK and MOL

    2022-11-21T13:39:00Z

    Japan’s largest energy utility, JERA Co., Inc., have announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) to study the transportation of fuel ammonia.

  • Grieg Edge has created a JV with Peak Group to capitalise on the development of new propulsion models in the short-sea segment.
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    New JV to build multi-fuel bulkers

    2022-11-10T11:12:00Z

    Two Norwegian shipowners, Peak Group and Grieg Edge, have announced the establishment of a new joint venture, Skarv Shipping. The new JV has plans to build up to four multi-fuel bulk carriers ‘before long’, which are expected to operate in northern Europe. 

  • ABS has awarded an approval in principle (AiP) to COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry and COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry Technology for an ammonia supply system design which is being trialled on a tugboat.
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    ABS grants AiPs for ammonia systems

    2022-11-09T09:55:00Z

    ABS has awarded two approvals in principle (AiPs) to COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry and COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry Technology for their ammonia-fuelled vessel and ammonia supply system designs which are being trialled on a tugboat.

  • Hege Økland has been appointed as head of Head of Iverson eFuels and Head of Hy2gen Norge
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    New leader appointed to Norwegian ammonia initiative

    2022-11-02T10:23:00Z

    Hege Økland has taken up her new roles as Head of Iverson eFuels and Head of Hy2gen Norge and lead the development of green ammonia production in Sauda, a renewable power centre in Western Norway.

  • The IEA anticipates that the emergence of demand for ammonia and other hydrogen-based energy carriers by 2030 will pay an important role in determining future demand by 2050.
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    IEA scenarios offer views on shipping’s 2050 fuel mix

    2022-10-31T11:51:00Z

    The latest edition of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) annual publication, the World Energy Outlook, outlines a number of scenarios for shipping’s 2050 fuel mix.

  • China Classification Society (CCS) and Dalian COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry have held an ignition ceremony for COSCO’s first ammonia powered duel fuel test engine.
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    COSCO ammonia powered duel fuel engine project milestones

    2022-10-26T10:10:00Z

    China Classification Society (CCS) and Dalian COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry have held an ignition ceremony for COSCO’s first ammonia powered duel fuel test engine. Concurrently CCS held an Approval in Principle (AiP) release ceremony for the design of ammonia-powered ships and ammonia supply system design.

  • UAE and German ministers marked the first ammonia test shipment with a special event
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    First low-carbon ammonia shipment from Gulf to Germany

    2022-10-25T09:07:00Z

    The first low-carbon ammonia test shipment from the UAE to the port of Hamburg in Germany has set an important milestone for the medium-term imports of green hydrogen for Germany and Europe.

  • Lloyd's Register is undertaking a feasibility study into the use of ammonia as a marine fuel at Pilbara Ports Authority's ports, which includes the Port of Port Hedland.
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    Australia’s Pilbara could be ammonia fuel hub

    2022-10-17T09:23:00Z

    Lloyd’s Register (LR) has been selected to undertake key feasibility studies into using clean ammonia to refuel ships at the world-scale ports in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

  • The EMSA Biofuels report was produced in collaboration with ABS, Arcsilea and CE Delft.
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    EMSA reports on biofuels and ammonia

    2022-10-12T09:20:00Z

    The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) has published reports on the use of biofuels and ammonia for shipping fuel.

  • FFI plans to take a final investment decision on converting IPL's Gibson Island ammonia facility in Brisbane Queensland to an export-oriented 400,000 tonnes/year green ammonia operation in 2023.
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    FFI progresses green ammonia conversion project

    2022-10-10T12:28:00Z

    Australia’s Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), the 100% renewable green energy and industry company of Fortescue Metals Group, plans to take a final investment decision on converting an ammonia production facility in Brisbane to operate on green hydrogen in 2023. 

  • DSME received an Approval in Principle for an 86,000 cbm NH3 Carrier with NH3 Propulsion at Gastech in Milan on 7 September 2022.
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    DSME receives AiP for NH3-fuelled Ammonia Carrier

    2022-10-07T11:33:00Z

    Bureau Veritas (BV) has awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. (DSME) for an innovative ammonia (NH3)-fuelled ammonia carrier design.

  • WinGD is seeing increasing interest in its methanol and ammonia engine solutions, Volkmar Galke, Global Sales Director tells The Motorship.
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    Ammonia and methanol projects advance: WinGD’s Galke

    2022-10-04T09:57:00Z

    Switzerland-based engine designer WinGD is seeing increasing interest in its methanol and ammonia engine solutions, although continuing regulatory uncertainty is affecting business investment, Volkmar Galke, Global Sales Director tells The Motorship.

  • Höegh Autoliners has begun to offer customers the possibility of transporting cargo out of Europe while running on 100% advanced biofuels.
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    Höegh Autoliners commits to green fuels

    2022-10-04T09:52:00Z

    Höegh Autoliners has joined the First Movers Coalition and committed to running at least 5 % of its deep sea operations on either green ammonia or green methanol by 2030.

  • The report compared the economics of retrofitting a 15,000 teu vessel to ammonia and methanol operation.
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    Report examines methanol and ammonia containership conversions

    2022-09-29T09:50:00Z

    The Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping has published a report: Preparing Container Vessels for Conversion to Green Fuels.

  • A 3D rendering of ammonia bunker vessel design
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    NYK awarded AiP for ammonia bunkering vessel

    2022-09-28T11:58:00Z

    NYK has been awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) from ClassNK for an ammonia bunkering vessel, the first time in Japan that a shipping company has independently obtained AiP for such a vessel from ClassNK.

  • Hydrogen-powered short-sea bulker in the offing.
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    Norway Backs Green Newbuild Scheme

    2022-09-26T09:40:00Z

    Norwegian operator Thor Dahl has qualified for government funding to support the initial phase of its plan for a fleet of newbuild zero-emission, short-sea bulk carriers.

  • The Hanguk-Hoju (Korea-Australia) Hydrogen (Han-Ho H2) consortium signed a Memorandum of Understanding on 21 September 2022 to develop a 1mn t/yr ammonia import supply chain within 10 years.
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    Koreans eye Australian green NH3 supply chain

    2022-09-22T09:12:00Z

    Three of Korea’s largest conglomerate groups, Korea Zinc, Hanwha Impact, and SK Gas, along with Australian based Ark Energy plan to develop a green ammonia supply chain between Australia and South Korea.

  • Amogy plans to conduct a world-first zero-emission, ammonia-powered maritime demonstration of its ammonia-to-power system in 2023.
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    Ammonia-to-power system awarded AiP from LR

    2022-09-22T08:59:00Z

    Amogy Inc. has received Approval in Principle (AiP) from Lloyd’s Register for its ammonia-to-power system for maritime applications.

  • The new vessel will operate alongside Meriaura's existing multipurpose deck cargo carriers, and will begin green NH3-fuelled operations from 2026.
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    Wärtsilä collaborates on green ammonia cargo vessel

    2022-09-22T08:43:00Z

    Green NortH2 Energy, Meriaura and Wärtsilä have signed Letter of Intent to build a multi-fuel cargo vessel that is intended to operate on green ammonia from 2026.