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Porthos to develop the first CO2 storage project in the Netherlands

Porthos has taken a final investment decision to develop the first major CO2 transport and storage system in the Netherlands. In 2024 construction will begin in Rotterdam, with the Porthos system expected to be operational by 2026. The Porthos …
Oct 19, 2023 / Curious

LR awards Approval in Principle for ERMA FIRST’s Carbon Capture & Storage System

Post combustion CCS system absorbs CO2 from a vessel’s exhaust gas that is heated to capture CO2 and then liquefied and stored cryogenically onboard. Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded Approval in Principle (AiP) to ERMA FIRST for its amine …
Oct 10, 2023 / Curious

Wärtsilä offers onboard carbon capture and storage feasibility studies

Technology group Wärtsilä is now offering carbon capture and storage (CCS) feasibility studies to shipowners and operators, in another milestone on its journey to research, develop and bring to market maritime CCS technologies. The studies have …
Aug 29, 2023 / Vessels

China Classification Society (CCS) Issued Type Approval Certificates to Hudong Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) for Two New Ships

Recently, Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding (Group) Co., Ltd. held a technical exchange seminar in Shanghai with the theme of “Collaborative Innovation and Leading Low-Carbon development” to celebrate its 95th anniversary. During the seminar, …
Aug 17, 2023 / Curious

China Classification Society (CCS) worked with all parties to build the world’s first 700TEU pure battery-powered container ship

Recently, the first pure battery-powered 700TEU container ship N997 successfully delivered. It was built by COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry (Yangzhou) Co., Ltd. As the world’s first large river-sea pure battery-powered container ship, the 700TEU pure …
Aug 11, 2023 / Curious

China Classification Society (CCS) Completed the First Approval In Principe (AIP) of Methanol Bunkering Ships in China

At the beginning of July, the International Maritime Organization (IMO) passed the 2023 Strategy on Reduction of GHG Emissions from Ships, which raised the industry’s attention to marine alternative fuels, typified by methanol. With the rapid …
Aug 2, 2023 / Curious

Kawasaki Receives Order for Gas Compressor to Be Used in World’s Largest scale Offshore CCS Project

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. announced today its receipt of an order from Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Sdn Bhd (MMHE) for a gas compressor to be used in one of the world’s largest offshore Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) platform. The …
Aug 1, 2023 / Curious

Kawasaki completed Technological Development of Cargo Tank for Large Liquefied Hydrogen Carriers

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. announced today its completion of technological development for a cargo containment system (CCS) to be used in large liquefied hydrogen carriers. This project was carried out under the NEDO*1 subsidy program …
Jun 6, 2023 / Curious

Ionada Joins the Onboard CCS Pilot in the Green Shipping Programme

Ionada, a global leader in carbon capture technology, has announced its participation in the Green Shipping Programme, a public-private partnership, that aims to advance the Norwegian government’s maritime strategies and plans. The programme’s vision …
May 10, 2023 / Curious

HMM to conduct field tests of onboard carbon capture system for containership

HMM announced that it plans to conduct field tests of an onboard carbon capture system (OCCS) for containerships along with SHI (Samsung Heavy Industries) and PANASIA in the second half of this year. OCCS is an advanced technology to capture CO2 …
Apr 19, 2023 / Curious