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Role of Green Ammonia in Global Shipping

Here’s an article in safety4sea that talks about the potential of Green Ammonia for energy revolution in global shipping.

The key takeaways are

  1. Green ammonia is a promising alternative fuel for shipping, capable of fulfilling over 60% of global shipping’s energy needs.
  2. The IMO’s Fourth GHG study 2020 highlights green hydrogen-based fuels, including ammonia, as a key component in the sector’s decarbonization.
  3. Trafigura, a leading commodity trader, has identified green ammonia as a key future fuel.
  4. India’s Indian Hydrogen Initiative (IHI) is planning to commence studies on green ammonia production and utilization businesses.

Interestingly, we have some other posts related to this content:

Clean Ammonia Fuels Route from Western Australia to East Asia: Study by West Australia-East Asia Iron Ore Green Corridor Consortium reveals feasibility of zero-emission ships powered by clean ammonia on iron ore trade routes.

Clean Ammonia Ships: Zero-Emission Shipping from Australia to Asia 2028: Article 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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ACME (Advanced Convergence for Manufacturing Excellence)

Ammonia co-firing in thermal power plants.

Ammonia supply chain

CO2 emissions reduction

Fertilizer feedstock

Green ammonia production

IHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co.

Ltd.)

Marine fuels

Power generation

Renewable energy sources

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