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Safety improved on world's first liquid hydrogen carrier after malfunction

Reuters 06 Feb 2023
The ship had loaded liquid hydrogen for the trip the day before ... The malfunction did not stop the ship going ahead with its test journey, and KHI said in March the trip had shown that shipping liquid hydrogen was technically feasible. Building ships to carry super-chilled hydrogen ...
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Seaports Are the Key to Making Green Hydrogen Cost Competitive

The Maritime Executive 06 Feb 2023
As the world strives for a net zero emissions future by 2050, hydrogen has attracted considerable attention in the decarbonization debate ... They are important nodes, as junction of transport networks, some of which could shift to hydrogen or related fuels (ships and trucks) ... Seaports also provide locations with a strong demand base for green hydrogen.
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Mega Green Port to be developed in Åland

SAFETY4SEA 06 Feb 2023
The Mega Green Port project includes plans to produce hydrogen as a fuel for the shipping industry, for future local archipelago transport services and for industrial processes in Åland. Långnäs will also become an important hub for transporting hydrogen through the planned Baltic Sea Hydrogen Collector south to the European continent.
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T&E: UK misses out on £2bn a year by not taxing shipping pollution

SAFETY4SEA 06 Feb 2023
UK could benefit from an additional £1.8 billion a year if it were to tax shipping emissions, a new Transport & Environment (T&E) analysis shows ... Examples of such technology include battery electric vessels, shoreside electrical power, ships running on low carbon fuels like hydrogen or ammonia, and wind-assisted ferries.
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Zero emission vessel competition launched in the UK

Splash24/7 06 Feb 2023
Examples of such technology include battery electric vessels, shoreside electrical power, ships running on low carbon fuels like hydrogen or ammonia, and wind-assisted ferries ... UK SHORE aims to tackle shipping emissions and advance the UK towards a sustainable shipping future.
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UK Expands Efforts to Support Green Shipping with $100M in New Funding

The Maritime Executive 06 Feb 2023
Examples of technology they are looking to advance include battery electric vessels, shoreside electrical power, ships running on low-carbon fuels like hydrogen or ammonia, and wind-assisted ferries ... The British Ports Association issued a statement hailing the effort noting that it could be used to advance the expansion of shore power for shipping.
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UK: £77 million boost to decarbonize maritime

SAFETY4SEA 06 Feb 2023
Examples of such technology include battery electric vessels, shoreside electrical power, ships running on low carbon fuels like hydrogen or ammonia, and wind-assisted ferries ... Transport Secretary Mark Harper said ... UK SHORE aims to tackle shipping emissions and advance the UK towards a sustainable shipping future ....
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Where on Earth is big oil spending its $200bn profit bonanza?

Economist 06 Feb 2023
No, not the Yalta summit ... Such a “south-north axis”, he argued, would boost Europe’s access to traditional fossil fuels, as well as to cleaner alternatives like renewable energy and hydrogen (which could be shipped or piped north) ... Last May Eni struck a deal with Sonatrach, Algeria’s state oil firm, to develop green hydrogen from renewable sources.
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Project to Demonstrate Hydrogen Carrier Powering Fuels Cells on CSOV

The Maritime Executive 03 Feb 2023
The Ship-aH2oy project, which consists of a consortium of 17 companies, seeks to develop and demonstrate a zero-emission propulsion technology that they believe could revolutionize the efforts to adopt hydrogen as a power source for shipping ... The hydrogen release unit onboard the ship will extract the hydrogen from the LOHC to power the fuel cell.
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Finnish ‘mega green port’ feasibility study underway

Seatrade Maritime News 03 Feb 2023
The project team consists of OX2, the Bank of Åland, the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, EuroMekanik and other consultancies ... The scope of the plan includes hydrogen production for use both as a marine fuel for the shipping sector and in industrial processes in the region.
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EU funds project using green hydrogen from liquid organic hydrogen carriers

SAFETY4SEA 03 Feb 2023
Horizon Europe will fund the Ship-aH2oy project to develop and demonstrate a zero-emission propulsion technology on board ships using green hydrogen from liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC) on a megawatt scale ... This grant demonstrates that the EU believes that LOHC is a technology that can cut emissions from offshore shipping.
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PowerTap Named as Industry Partner to ARCHES, California’s Public-Private Hydrogen Hub Consortium

Eagle-Tribune 03 Feb 2023
03, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- PowerTap Hydrogen Capital Corp ... There are currently under 100 operational publicly available hydrogen stations in the United States with most of the existing stations purchasing industrial hydrogen from industrial manufacturers and shipping hydrogen to individual stations via tanker trucks.
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Number of ships loading LNG in Spain doubled in 2022 - Enagas

Natural Gas World 03 Feb 2023
The two countries have agreed to explore the possibility of building a pipeline to ship green hydrogen between Barcelona and Marseille at a cost of about 2.1 billion euros, Gonzalo said, while a connection between Spain and Portugal would cost around 350 million euros.
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Capstone Green Energy Secures Fourth Follow-on Order from a Leading Australian Energy Company as Capstone’s ...

Hastings Tribune 03 Feb 2023
Through Hydrogen & Sustainable Products (H2S), Capstone Green Energy offers customers a variety of hydrogen products, including the Company's microturbine energy systems. To date, Capstone has shipped over 10,000 units to 83 countries and estimates that in FY22, it saved ...
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ATSB Investigation: Electrical component failure causes flame discharge

SAFETY4SEA 02 Feb 2023
The Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) published its investigation report on the liquified hydrogen (LH2) carrier Suiso Frontier ... Consequently, the temperature in the GCU increased, making the hydrogen flame unstable, which then propagated from the unit’s vent stack on the ship’s deck.

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