Working in partnership with Mitsubishi Shipbuilding, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has completed a concept study on an ammonia/liquefied CO2 carrier which it hopes ‘could become the mainstream in this transport field’.
Concept study on an ammonia/liquefied CO2 carrier
The cargo tank capacity of the ammonia/liquefied CO2 combined carrier is set at around 50,000 cubic metres (cbm) – which is the same as that set for a concept LCO2 carrier that MOL completed in November 2021.
MOL entered the liquefied CO2 ocean transport business through its investment in Larvik Shipping.
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