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Clean Ammonia Fuels Route from Western Australia to East Asia

According to the article posted in Marine Insight

  •  The West Australia-East Asia Iron Ore Green Corridor Consortium conducted a study based on the Energy Transitions Commission.
  • The study revealed the feasibility of deploying ships powered by clean ammonia on the iron ore trade routes between West Australia and East Asia.
  • According to the study, these zero-emission ships could be operational as early as 2028 and reach 5% adoption by 2030.

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Clean Ammonia Ships: Zero-Emission Shipping from Australia to Asia 2028Article discusses clean ammonia powering ships on iron ore trade routes, with zero-emission vessels projected for 2028 and 5% adoption by 2030.

Ammonia Shipping Safety Concerns – by IRENA IRENA highlights the potential for ammonia to be a significant part of the global hydrogen trade by 2050, despite safety concerns and the need for careful handling and transportation protocols.

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