Bureau Veritas (BV), carried out a study aiming at de-risking the use of ammonia as a marine fuel, with a specific focus on leak mitigation and treatment, in collaboration with the global multi-energy major TotalEnergies.
A new report from the MTF’s ‘Project Ammonia’ examines MTF members’ views on the applicable international safety regulatory framework for ammonia as a marine fuel and its future development.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries has concluded a shipbuilding contract for an 86,700 m3 liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and liquefied ammonia gas (NH3) carrier powered by LPG fuel for Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding has completed a conceptual study for the design of an “Ammonia/Liquefied CO2 Carrier” capable of transporting both ammonia and liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2).
Four 14,000 TEU container ships for Singapore-based Pacific International Lines (PIL), being built at the Jiangnan shipyard in China, will feature state-of-the-art WinGD X92DF-2.0 dual-fuel engines capable of operating on both gas and liquid fuels.
MOL along with ITOCHU Corporation (ITOCHU) acquired Approval in Principle (AIP) from the American Bureau of Shipping regarding an ammonia bunkering vessel.
Sumitomo Corporation and Keppel FELS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore the feasibility and implementation of various ammonia fuel applications in Singapore.
NYK participated in an international symposium on clean fuel ammonia held on November 24 at Japan’s National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (Miraikan).
MOL announced an agreement on the joint development of a large-size ammonia carrier—also powered by ammonia fuel—with Namura Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. and Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.