Together with ExxonMobil, North Ammonia and GreenH, we are looking at producing and distributing green ammonia and hydrogen out of the Slagen terminal.
Energy and infrasturcture
Fuels for ships will change in the years to come. There are possibilities in wind, solar, hydrogen, ammonia and more. New fuels will demand new ways of producing, storing and distributing.
Our stories on Energy and Infrastructure:
Grieg Edge’s projected green ammonia fueled tanker got Approval in Principle by DNV last Friday. The next steps are developing the market and detailing the ship’s design.
The projected green ammonia fuelled ammonia-tanker has earned partners Wärtilä and Grieg Edge unexpected but welcome recognition from “Popular Science” magazine.
Grieg Edge has entered a contract with award-winning naval architect company LMG Marin to design the MS Green Ammonia. We expect a concept design to be finalised by the first half of 2022.
With government support worth 46,3 million NOK, a Norwegian partnership aims to build the world’s first green ammonia fueled tanker – to ship green ammonia.Friday the 18th of December, the Norwegian funding scheme Pilot-E confirmed they will support the MS Green...