BV Study Quantifies CCS CII Benefit For Bulker Vessels


Source: Wah Kwong

Bureau Veritas (BV) participated in a project that aims to support the future commercial application of CCS technology, especially for older vessels in operation, and demonstrated the potential CII benefits.

BV delivered an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Wah Kwong Maritime Transport Holdings, a Hong Kong shipowner, and Shanghai Marine Diesel Engine Research Institute (SMDERI), a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, for a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in June. The AiP was delivered following a joint study that validated the technical feasibility of using CCS technology on two existing Wah Kwong bulk carriers.

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