Tagged With Shipping
BP evaluates hydrogen shipping options
2 August 2022
Not all customers want fuel in the form of ammonia, says CEO Bernard Looney
Hydrogen’s climate benefits in doubt
1 August 2022
Research by Environmental Defense Fund warns that hydrogen leakage could contribute to short-term global warming potential
International trade will meet 25pc of hydrogen demand by 2050
8 July 2022
Most demand will be met by local supply under 1.5°C scenario but ammonia shipping and pipelines will have significant role to play, says Irena
Norway funds maritime hydrogen network
24 June 2022
Five marine hubs and seven vessels receive government funding
EU hydrogen backbone commits to supply corridors
8 June 2022
Pledge delivered to the European Commission says members of the EHB initiative will deliver the infrastructure required to support EU hydrogen targets
Clear regulation vital for hydrogen – Gasunie
10 May 2022
Local, federal and international rules will help industry develop, other panellists at World Hydrogen Summit agreed
Scottish green hydrogen project commissions vessel design
4 May 2022
LH2 Europe aims to produce green hydrogen from an electrolyser in Scotland and ship it as a liquid to ports in northwest Europe
Liquid hydrogen offers cheapest shipping costs – Wood Mackenzie
29 April 2022
Technology also has advantage of high purity and a simple reconversion process, research by consultancy shows
Hydrogen demand to grow sixfold by 2050 – McKinsey
26 April 2022
Industrial use, road transport and synfuel production after 2035 are responsible for bulk of demand growth
Ukraine ‘can help meet’ EU hydrogen demand
13 April 2022
President of nation’s Hydrogen Council says projects will advance “when we win”
Gen2 Energy commissions hydrogen carrier design
13 April 2022
Ships could carry compressed green hydrogen from firm’s production site in north Norway
Green hydrogen expansion needs more power – Trafigura
9 March 2022
Global commodities trader urges governments to ramp up offshore wind tenders to supply new electrolyser projects
Decarbonising shipping: Where are we now?
23 February 2022
Regulators have yet to force the sector to decarbonise, but larger shipping lines and operators are planning for a low-carbon future
Norway green ammonia plant advances to Feed stage
3 February 2022
Consortium of Hy2gen, Trafigura and CIP aim to start up plant at Sauda on southwestern coast in 2027 with product aimed at marine fuel market
Orsted takes stake in green methanol project
12 January 2022
Swedish development will supply methanol manufactured from green hydrogen to the shipping sector
AFC sells world’s first AEM fuel cell system
24 November 2021
Fuel cells use AEM technology, rather than the traditional alkaline liquid electrolyte technology historically used in alkaline fuel cell systems
Jera invests in hydrogen shipping technology
14 September 2021
Firm takes €15mn stake in Germany’s Hydrogenious LOHC Technologies as it looks to build hydrogen supply chain
HyEnergy to investigate compressed shipping
9 August 2021
GEV will carry out feasibility study for partners on the technical feasibility and costs of the technology
Japanese ship engine manufacturers look to hydrogen
4 August 2021
Three firms will work together to develop different types of hydrogen-fuelled engines
The future of e-fuels – part one: Maritime shipping
3 August 2021
Price of green ammonia could fall to challenge fuel oil as capex and renewable electricity costs come down
Compressed hydrogen a potential option for shipping
14 June 2021
Ships could be better-suited to short-haul voyages, offering market scalability, according to Global Energy Ventures
Dutch to test green H2-fuelled inland shipping
20 January 2021
Using hydrogen as a marine fuel could make a substantial difference in lowering the emissions of the sizeable inland shipping sector
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