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Green Hydrogen Shipping Fuel Project Abandoned by Equinor, Air Liquide, and Eviny

Here’s an article posted in Cleantechnica.

According to the article,

  • Equinor, Air Liquide, and Eviny have abandoned their Norwegian green hydrogen shipping fuel project
  • The project aimed to build an electrolysis plant and manufacture six tons of liquified hydrogen per day
  • The project would have consumed about 300 MWh daily
  • The hydrogen energy play faces challenges and setbacks in marine fueling

Interestingly, we have other posts related to this content:

“Shipping with Green Hydrogen: Ammonia Cracking Technology by Pherousa” – This article talks about Pherousa’s deal with pure hydrogen and their proposed solution to the challenges of storing and using hydrogen on deep-sea shipping with ammonia cracker. “World’s First Ammonia-Powered Ship: by Green Ships and Bourbon Horizon” – This article posted in Offshore Energy talks about the world’s first ammonia-powered ship.


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