Moss Maritime develops design for liquid hydrogen bunker vessel


Moss Maritime, in cooperation with Equinor, Wilhelmsen and DNV-GL, has developed a design for a liquified hydrogen (LH2) bunker vessel.

The project sponsored by Innovation Norway, was launched to clarify challenges and find solutions for storage and handling of this demanding cargo and fuel on a vessel.

Future large-scale use of hydrogen in maritime and land-based industries will require vessels tailed for transportation and bunkering of liquified hydrogen. 

“Moss Maritime has utilised its long-standing experience from design of Moss LNG carriers in the development of the LH2 bunker vessel, where liquified hydrogen at a temperature of -253°c will offer advantages over pressurised hydrogen gas in relation to transportation costs,” said Tor Skogan, Vice-President, LNG of Moss Maritime.

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