BV studies onboard CCS with Hong Kong shipowner

Wah Kwong has signed an agreement with BV to study the feasibility of on-board carbon capture and storage.

Source: Wah Kwong

Bureau Veritas (BV) and Wah Kwong, one of Hong Kong’s largest shipowners, have signed a cooperation agreement to study the feasibility of installing carbon capture and storage (CCS) units on existing ships.

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