Classification society will take part in a joint industry project (JIP) to design a 40,000 cbm liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) carrier alongside Ecolog Services Ltd. (ECOLOG), Hanwha Ocean Co. (Hanwha), and Babcock International Liquid Gas Equipment (LGE).
The design aims to maximise energy integration and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions while being cargo versatile and capable of offshore offloading, as in the direct injection of liquid CO2, according to ABS.
Labelling the transport of LCO2 as a ‘critical part’ of the carbon value chain, Panos Koutsourakis, Vice President of Global Sustainability at ABS, admitted that this requires a new type of vessel.
“ABS is proud to use our deep industry insight to support this group of leading players in developing such an important new asset for ECOLOG,” he said.
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