Hyundai Heavy Industries Group is developing a floating storage re-gasification unit (FSRU) for ammonia in cooperation with Korea National Oil Corp. (KNOC) and Lloyd’s Register.
yundai Heavy Industries Group will take on the development of a re-gasification system. At the same time, it will create a basic design of an ammonia-FSRU that can be used for the clean ammonia acquisition and storage infrastructure project promoted by KNOC. Lloyd’s Register will be responsible for reviewing and approving the design.
In addition, HHI received the domestic clean ammonia acquisition and storage infrastructure project promoted by Korea National Oil Corporation.
This joint development of ammonia FSRU is significant in that it is a preparation for leading technology in the future eco-friendly energy field
stated Jeon Seung-ho, Head of Technology Divison at Hyundai Heavy Industries.
In another ammonia project, an initiative of 18 companies led by the Port of Rotterdam Authority has kicked off a study into the possible establishment of a large-scale ammonia cracker to enable imports of 1 million tons of hydrogen per year for the decarbonization of industry and mobility.