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ExxonMobil, Grieg Edge, North Ammonia, GreenH to assess low-emission hub at Slagen terminal in Norway

World Fertilizer 27 Jun 2022
The hydrogen would be produced from hydro-powered electrolysis ... The Slagen terminal is located at the opening of the Oslofjord, where more than 10 000 ships pass through every year ... ExxonMobil is exploring opportunities to use ammonia as a low-emission and high-efficiency energy carrier, particularly to ship and store hydrogen over long distances.
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ABS and Texas A&M Qatar Agree on Landmark Carbon Capture Joint Study

The Maritime Executive 26 Jun 2022
A landmark study into carbon capture and the global supply chain is to be carried out in collaboration between ABS and Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ) ... The study will also examine the effect of the energy transition toward a hydrogen-based economy on processing, emissions and shipping across Qatar as an energy exporter ... Dr ... Patrick Linke ... ....
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Offshore renewables supergrid needed to help EU reduce its emissions

The Irish Times 25 Jun 2022
Europe’s future ‘weather-dependent power system’ can meet its energy and climate goals provided there is a new governance structure ... Photograph ... Photograph ... ... Moreover, large amounts of electricity will be needed to produce hydrogen and hydrogen-derived fuels in hard-to-abate sectors such as aviation, shipping and industrial processes,” they underline.
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Norway's Enova awards USD 112m to maritime hydrogen hub, ship projects

Renewables Now 24 Jun 2022
Norwegian state-run enterprise Enova SF on Thursday announced NOK 1.12 billion (USD 112m/EUR 107m) in total financing for a number of green hydrogen hub projects and hydrogen-powered ships ... According to Nils Kristian Nakstad, CEO of Enova, the supported green hydrogen hubs will ...
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Samskip and Ocean Infinity secure over US$15 million funding for SeaShuttle project

Fresh Plaza 24 Jun 2022
Multimodal transport and logistics group Samskip and marine robotics specialist Ocean Infinity have secured €15 million (US$15.8 million) in funding from Norwegian state enterprise ENOVA for their project to build two hydrogen-powered, remotely controlled and autonomous-ready container ships for delivery by 2025, namely SeaShuttle.
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We're Gonna Need a Greener Boat

Time 24 Jun 2022
producers use giant electrolyzers and renewable power to separate hydrogen from water, and then ships either burn that hydrogen directly or use fuel cells to release its stored energy.
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India has tremendous opportunities in Green Hydrogen: Mandaviya | Mint

Live Mint 24 Jun 2022
India has tremendous opportunities in Green Hydrogen ... Industries-Academia-Government synergy is very important to achieve the goal of National Hydrogen Mission ... “The world is looking towards us for our green hydrogen policy and we will soon launch the document with production, heavy transport logistics industries and shipping details.
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Make green hydrogen manufacturing accessible, affordable for all: Mansukh Mandaviya | Mint

Live Mint 24 Jun 2022
Adani, Total in $50 billion green hydrogen pact ... "The world is looking towards us for our green hydrogen policy and we will soon launch the document with production, heavy transport logistics industries and shipping details," Minister of State for Chemicals and Fertilizer Bhagwant Khuba said.
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Queensland green hydrogen project gets govt funding for FEED study

Renewables Now 24 Jun 2022
The funding, fast-tracked through the AUD-2-billion Queensland Renewable Energy and Hydrogen Jobs Fund, will support the front end engineering and design (FEED) study for the CQ-H2 project, which envisages a renewable hydrogen plant at Aldoga near Gladstone and a liquefaction and shipping facility at the Port of Gladstone.
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Vegetarian eating gets complicated by new climate research

Irish Independent 24 Jun 2022
... ocean shipping, according to the study. Creating a low-emissions global food transportation system would require replacing fossil-fuel trucks and ships with ones powered by low-carbon alternatives, such as batteries, biofuels or hydrogen.Consumers also play a key role, they said.
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IBM-backed autonomous hydrogen-powered vessel gets approval in principle

Tradewinds 27 Jun 2022
The developer of the world’s first zero-emission hydrogen-powered autonomous ...
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Toshiba expands fuel cell business

PV Magazine 23 Jun 2022
(Toshiba EES), a unit of Japanese conglomerate Toshiba, has agreed to team up with a Sweden's Echandia to jointly develop pure hydrogen fuel cell systems for ships ... “By integrating these next-generation pure hydrogen fuel cells, the systems for ships currently under development are expected to last approximately 200% longer.”.
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Immediate action needed to meet net zero targets: DNV

Seatrade Maritime News 23 Jun 2022
DNV calls for more urgency in hydrogen development ... MAN and DNV team up on hydrogen, digitalisation and decarbonisation ... This would create a new intercontinental shipping trade for hydrogen which would be transported in the form of ammonia. Eriksen explained, “The intercontinental trade of hydrogen will be almost exclusively in the form of ammonia.
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Samskip & Ocean Infinity Secure Funds for Hydrogen-Fuelled SeaShuttle

The Maritime Executive 23 Jun 2022
The bold scheme, led by multimodal transport and logistics group Samskip and marine robotics specialist Ocean Infinity, envisages two SeaShuttle ships operating emissions-free between Oslo Fjord and Rotterdam, with each powered by a 3.2MW hydrogen fuel cell.
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Making natural gas emissions-free will be a challenge

Economist 23 Jun 2022
Making every lng terminal have a blue-hydrogen plant with ccs on hand makes much less sense than having acceptable gas exporters like America, Australia and Qatar make the hydrogen and ship it over more or less ready to use. \nThe problem with this is that shipping hydrogen is hard.

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