Hydrogen – Page 4

  • 7G6A6650

    MSC confirms orders for dual-fuel cruise ships with SOFC fuel cells


    Explora Journeys, the luxury travel brand of the Cruise Division of MSC Group, has confirmed the order for the construction of two LNG-fuelled luxury cruise ships featuring hydrogen-powered solid oxide fuel cells with Fincantieri.

  • f88af074-55ff-06b7-bc70-879a924464b5

    ABB power and propulsion package for Samskip H2-fuelled containerships


    ABB has announced it will supply a power, propulsion and automation package for two newbuild short-sea container ships to be built by Cochin Shipyard for the global logistics company Samskip Group. The order is highly significant as the vessels will be among the world’s first of their kind to use hydrogen as a fuel, powering fuel cells.


    BOG solution for LH2 carrier design receives AiP


    HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (HD KSOE) was awarded an approval in principle (AiP) from DNV for a ‘hydrogen system’ related to a liquefied hydrogen-fuelled gas carrier design concept at Gastech 2023 in Singapore. The AiP was also awarded to HD KSOE’s subsidiaries HD Hyundai Heavy Industry (HD HHI) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) for the new hydrogen system.

  • 286435_article_image_ext_2015_12_29_1451372107_545021_crop

    Green hydrogen terminal project advances in Sri Lanka


    The Adani Group is planning a green hydrogen plant as part of the new container development it is constructing at Sri Lanka’s Port of Colombo West.

  • 289414_289384_gigastack_881393_371794_crop

    UK green hydrogen project put on ice


    The flagship project in the UK’s green hydrogen production programme has been suspended, according to the project’s developers.

  • 7e17bf67-88b9-90e0-34ec-67f7a3230ab6

    LH2 import barge design receives AiP


    An innovative floating 75,000cbm liquified hydrogen (LH2) import terminal design design developed by LATTICE Technology Co., Ltd. (LATTICE) has been awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) by Bureau Veritas.

  • 07c525bf-81a6-e6a3-cf0a-f863c42d2059

    ClassNK to collaborate in safety relief valve study for LH2 carrier


    ClassNK plans to collaborate with Japanese safety relief valve manufacturer Fukui Seisakusho Co., Ltd. (FUKUI) to conduct a joint study on a safety relief valve for liquefied hydrogen applications. A memorandum of understanding for the project, relating to a study of an installation of the safety relief valve on the cargo tank of a liquefied hydrogen (LH2) carrier, was signed at the Gastech event in Singapore earlier this week.

  • ABS has approved CMI’s deep-sea mining system design Photo: ABS

    ABS to collaborate in Korean H2-fuel cell vessel design project


    ABS has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Korea Hydrogen Industry Association (KHIA) and the University of Ulsan, Foundation for Industry Cooperation (UOUFIC) to develop a full-electric vessel design powered by a 350 kW hydrogen fuel cell.

  • 53134220443_f6592b654b_k

    OSM Thome inks NH3-fuelled Ultramax series deal


    Norwegian shipmanagement specialist OSM Thome has announced that it has entered into a Letter of Intent with Norwegian green shipping specialist Pherousa Green Shipping AS (PGS) to collaborate on a series of 63,000dwt ammonia-fuelled Ultramax vessels to be ordered by PGS.

  • source-ccs-143315

    CCS awards AiP to LH2 fuel supply system


    Classification society CCS (China Classification Society) has awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Weishi Energy Technology Hebei for a liquid hydrogen fuel supply system design suitable for use aboard marine vessels. The AiP is the first to be awarded by CCS for an LH2 fuel supply system.

  • a15baf23c03c4748_org

    Consortium to develop 16,000cbm LH2 containment system


    UK engineering company TWI is one of 14 partners that has received EU funding to develop a 160,000cbm liquified hydrogen (LH2) containment system for ships

  • 3D_model_of_bunkering_boom_for_ammonia_a_2

    NYK to collaborate in NH3 bunker boom project


    TB Global Technologies Ltd. (TBG), the Japanese cargo handling equipment specialist, has signed an agreement with NYK to jointly develop Japan’s first bunkering boom for ammonia, a device used to supply ammonia fuel between ships.

  • 9c62786fceef2db4_org

    Wärtsilä brings liquefaction expertise to Finnish energy project


    Wärtsilä is bringing its liquefaction expertise to a major energy transition project in Finland

  • 2 ETA6700

    New efficient vessel design for short sea shipping


    Mercuria and ETA Shipping have joined forces on sustainable short sea shipping with the design of a new highly efficient coastal cargo ship

  • Port of Colombo

    Pursuing green hydrogen in Sri Lanka


    The Adani Group is planning a green hydrogen plant as part of the new container development it is constructing at Sri Lanka’s Port of Colombo West.

  • FC-system-1-2

    Yanmar launches PEM FC solution


    Yanmar Power, a subsidiary of Yanmar, has announced that it has added hydrogen fuel-cell systems to its product portfolio, making fuel cell systems commercially available from 1 August.

  • SwRI test engine

    1MW Scale SWRI Tests Reveal Positive H2 Results


    Researchers from Texas-based Southwest Research Institute studied the effects of introducing hydrogen on a diesel engine that had not been optimised for its use and found no short-term noticeable change in engine operation.

  • Screenshot 2023-07-24 085248

    Provaris begins testing H2 carrier tank prototype


    Provaris is teaming up with Prodtex on a tank prototype testing programme for the H2Neo compressed hydrogen carrier

  • Khalifa Port

    UAE increases hydrogen ambitions in revised Energy Strategy


    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) released a revised Energy Strategy at the beginning of July, earmarking investments of up to US$54 billion into the country’s renewables sector by 2030. Among the projects, the UAE announced that Masdar (the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company) plans to increase green hydrogen production to 1.0 million tonnes per year by 2030, and that the state plans to develop two hydrogen production hubs by 2030.

  • portoftilburylondonaerialimagehigherresverson_796409

    UK port to investigate the potential of green hydrogen


    RWE, Mitsui and the UK’s Port of Tilbury have signed an agreement to investigate the potential of renewable hydrogen for both port infrastructure and the creation of a hydrogen plant.