Norway’s H2Carrier and Sweden’s Trelleborg Gas Transfer signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to cooperate on ship-to-ship ammonia transfer solutions.
he two companies will collaborate in developing a safe, reliable, and efficient solution for side-by-side offloading of ammonia when operating the P2XFloater™ on sheltered near-shore projects.
Accroding to H2Carrier, the concept is based on proven floating production, storage and off-take technology and based on pressurized and temperature controlled tank technology combined with an e-control system capable of balancing renewable electricity feedstock through our fully integrated PEM and Haber-Bosch system.
H2Carrier is the designer and owner of the proprietary floating energy production and storage system P2XFloater™: The first industrial scale floating green hydrogen and ammonia facility of its kind in the world.
As explained, this KLAW LNG solution enables the P2XFloater™ to be used as an ammonia export terminal for the green ammonia produced and stored onboard the P2XFloater™, thus minimising the need for onshore infrastructure.
The P2XFloater™ production platform has a fully scalable production capacity in the range 100 000 – 230 000 tonnes of green ammonia (eAmmonia) per year using a converted very large gas carrier (VLGC). With a new build vessel, production can be scaled up to 1GW renewable power capacity, resulting in an ammonia production capacity of 820 000 tonnes per year.
We are looking forward to cooperating with Trelleborg and potentially to the first ship-to-ship transfer of liquid green ammonia.