Partners to develop direct injection CO2 carrier


A new concept design for a carbon dioxide (CO2) carrier capable of direct offshore injection is being developed by Breeze Ship Design and Norwegian oil company Equinor.

Equipped with a cargo capacity of approximately 40,000 tonnes of CO2, the ammonia dual-fuelled vessel will be based in the trading area of North Europe/Scandinavia with discharge locations in the North Sea Area.

According to Breeze, the main design drivers of the ship are safe loading, transport and offshore injection of CO2 with as low emissions as possible.

“The project fits well with Breeze Ship Design’s strategy to be a leading design company accelerating the energy transition to low carbon shipping,” commented Reinert Nordtvelt, COO of Breeze.

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