Havyard’s Hydrogen Power Project Takes Step Forward

Norwegian ship technology group Havyard is moving forward with a project to pilot a hydrogen power system for use on board large ships. The project, led by Havyard Group with Havyard Design & Solutions and Norwegian Electric Systems, is seeking to develop a hydrogen fuel cell system that will become the biggest of its kind in the maritime industry. The partners have … [Read more...]

Asia’s Demand for Low-Sulphur Fuel Drives Hydrogen Gas Consumption

By Florence Tan and Shu Zhang SINGAPORE, Aug 27 (Reuters) - Asia's hydrogen gas demand will rise as the region's oil refineries use the gas to produce low-sulphur fuel to meet new environmental regulations, the head of the world's largest industrial gas producer said on Tuesday. "The demand for hydrogen has grown steadily over the years at a much faster rate than GDP … [Read more...]

Zero-Emission Hydrogen-Powered Ship Delivered in Step Toward Cleaner Cargo

By Anna Hirtenstein (Bloomberg) -- Cie. Maritime Belge SA has built the first commercial ship that runs on hydrogen and produces zero pollution, taking the world a step closer to cargo without emissions. The Hydroville passenger shuttle can operate on compressed hydrogen as well as regular fuel oil, according to the Belgian company. The ship was recently certified … [Read more...]

Viking Planning World’s First Liquid Hydrogen-Powered Cruise Ship

Viking Cruises has revealed that it is developing what could become the world's first cruise powered by liquid hydrogen. The company announced the plan Friday at the Safety at Sea Conference held in Haugesund, Norway. The proposed hydrogen-powered cruise ship will be built based on existing cruise ship designs, such as the Viking Sun. It will be around 230 meters long and … [Read more...]