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UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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The push towards using ammonia as a fuel is gaining momentum in Asia with three major projects announced in the last week.

NYK Line, Nihon Shipyard (NSY), ClassNK, and IHI Corporation (IHI) have signed a joint agreement to research and develop the world’s first ammonia floating storage and regasification barge (A-FSRB).

The barge would receive ammonia that has been transported by ship as a liquid and then regasify it for the gas to be sent to an onshore pipeline. NYK would provide the project management and decide on the base design; NSY would work on hull design and layout; ClassNK verification of safety and guidelines; and IHI on the discharging process.

Related: Singapore exploring ammonia bunkering for first Castor Initiative vessel

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