Maritime developments: on-water cracking, AiPs and Singapore bunker study releases first results
In maritime ammonia updates this week:
- In Europe, government funding will support the development of an ammonia cracking system that can be installed on existing LNG vessels (Norway), and the establishment of a floating production and storage facility connected to an offshore wind farm (Netherlands).
- Two AiPs have been granted: one for Korea’s first ammonia FSRU vessel, the other for a bunkering tanker in Singapore.
- H2Carrier and Trelleborg will develop a ship-to-ship ammonia transfer system.
- And GCMD has unveiled the results of their Singaporean ammonia bunker study. All risks identified for conducting pilot projects were found to be low or mitigable, with work towards those pilots to continue.