Hydrogen – Page 2

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    BV grants AiP for large LH2 carrier


    Bureau Veritas has granted approval in principle (AiP) for a large LH2 carrier and associated membrane tank design.

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    Hydrogen barge sets sail on Rhine


    A ground-breaking hydrogen-powered barge has launched to ship goods emission-free on the Rhine between the Netherlands and Germany


    Poppe + Potthoff to launch H2 fuel supply system components


    Poppe + Potthoff, the Westphalia based gas and liquid carrying component supplier, has announced that it will introduce a new series of components suitable for carrying hydrogen under the TOPAQ brand name from April 2024. The solutions can be combined modularly to form a hydrogen supply system.

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    LR AiP for H2 fuel-cell ferry for the Estonian State Fleet


    Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) to Estonian State Fleet for hydrogen fuel-cell ferry designed by Finnish ship design and engineering company Deltamarin.

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    AIPs for 150k cbm LH2 carrier design and LH2 membrane containment system


    Bureau Veritas (BV) has granted an approval in principle (AIP) for the design for a 150,000 cbm liquefied hydrogen (LH2) carrier and an AiP for the design of a cryogenic membrane containment system for liquefied hydrogen (LH2) developed by GTT. The certificates were presented at the Hyvolution Summit 2024 trade show in Paris on 31 January 2024.

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    Greener shore power derived from wastewater


    A Scottish consortium has been awarded a UK Government grant to develop the use of green hydrogen to reduce carbon emissions from vessels while berthed in port.

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    AiP for Yanmar maritime hydrogen fuel cell


    ClassNK has issued an Approval in Principle (AiP) for a maritime hydrogen fuel cell system developed by YANMAR Power Technology Co., Ltd. (YANMAR PT). This is the first AiP certification for a maritime hydrogen fuel cell system developed by a Japanese manufacturer.

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    First successful demonstration of onboard ammonia-H2 cracking


    The successful operation of an ammonia to hydrogen cracker was successfully demonstrated on 18 November on an offshore supply vessel operated by Zumaia Offshore in the Bay of Biscay, according to a project participant. The demonstration was the first of its kind to be concluded, the participants claim.

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    Corvus participates in EU APOLO ammonia cracker project


    A EU-led project to bring forward the introduction of ammonia cracking technology connected with a PEM fuel cell into the marine industry has been awarded funding from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation fund. The project, which is focused on large deepsea vessels with an engine capacity of 1-10MW, is also intended to evaluate a novel ammonia engine capable of running on an ammonia/hydrogen blend of fuels.

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    CMB.TECH puts technology at heart of Euronav reorientation


    Euronav NV and CMB NV, its controlling shareholder, entered into a share purchase agreement for the acquisition of 100% of the shares in CMB.TECH in December 2023, and CMB.TECH CTO Roy Campe noted that the company is taking an ecosystem approach to the emerging hydrogen complex, putting technology at the heart of investments.

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    Iberian Atlantic ports to explore H2 and methanol


    A number of Atlantic ports on the Iberian peninsular are to play host to a variety of pilot schemes exploring the use of hydrogen and methanol for shipping and port vehicles.


    First hydrogen-powered CTV enters service in German offshore market


    FRS Windcat Offshore Logistics has announced the deployment of the first hydrogen-powered dual fuel Crew Transfer Vessel in Germany, servicing various wind farms in the German Baltic Sea.

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    Front Line Training For Energy Transition


    A collaborative project has been launched under United Nations(UN) auspices to prepare seafarers for zero or near-zero emission ships. Entitled Training Seafarers for a Decarbonised Future, the initiative has the goal of equipping crews with the requisite skills for the industry’s energy transition.

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    UK aims to expand low carbon hydrogen production using CCUS


    Ambitious plans to accelerate the scope and production capacity of hydrogen produced using carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) technology in the UK were announced on 14 December by the UK government, alongside a wider expansion of the UK’s hydrogen production ambitions.

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    BMT hydrogen propulsion retrofit white paper


    BMT has published the results of a collaborative study exploring the feasibility of retrofitting medium-sized Ro-Pax ferries with a range of hydrogen propulsion and storage technologies. The study was conducted jointly with PA Consulting.

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    Boeckmans to order future-proofed general cargo vessels


    Belgium-headquartered ship owner and operator Boeckmans has announced that it is ordering a series of four 5,000 dwt general cargo vessels from Dung Quat shipyard in Vietnam. The diesel-electric vessels are expected to be capable of operating on hydrogen fuel or other alternative fuels in the future, according to an announcement by Boeckmans with project partner, CMB.Tech, the clean fuel subsidiary of CMB.

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    Prototype nuclear reactor for ports


    A maritime nuclear power specialist has raised US$100 million to help build a prototype proof-of-concept reactor for ports.

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    MAN to supply gensets for H2-fuelled Container Feeders


    MAN Energy Solutions has received an order for two shipsets of variable-speed gensets from Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) in India in connection with the building of two short-sea feeder container ships for global logistics company, Samskip Group.

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    Intra-European hydrogen corridor plans advance


    Three European ports are working together to explore the development of an intra-European corridor for renewable hydrogen connecting Spain, the Netherlands and Germany.

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    Green H2 corridor deal struck for Europe


    A deal has been struck to explore the development of a renewable hydrogen corridor connecting Spain, Germany and the Netherlands