April 13, 2024


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Grieg Edge’s first green ammonia-powered tanker design AiP by DNV

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Grieg Edge's first green ammonia-powered tanker design AiP by DNV

Det Norske Veritas (DNV) has issued an Approval in Principle (AiP) to a design for a green ammonia-powered tanker jointly developed by LMG Marin, Wärtsilä, and Grieg Edge, confirming the feasibility of the design. 

Grieg Edge said this is an important milestone in the commissioning of the first green ammonia-powered vessel. The tanker will distribute green ammonia from the planned Berlevåg plant in Norway to various locations and end users off the coast of Norway, and will also be able to handle ship-to-ship bunkering operations. 

With a total length of 120 meters, the new vessel has an ammonia cargo capacity of 7,500 cubic meters and can load up to 1,000 cubic meters per hour. The engine on board will be a W25DF ammonia engine from Wärtsilä

After obtaining the approval in principle, the design of the ship will be further detailed and the tendering process of the shipyard will be launched. Technically, the project is expected to be completed by 2025.

Source: eworldship

Grieg Edge首艘绿色氨动力油船设计获DNV原则批复

挪威船级社(DNV)日前已经向LMG Marin、瓦锡兰和Grieg Edge联合开发的一种绿色氨动力油船设计颁发了原则批复(AiP),确认了该设计的可行性。

Grieg Edge公司表示,这是首艘绿色氨动力船投入运营的一个重要里程碑。这种油轮将从计划中的挪威Berlevåg工厂向挪威沿海的各个地点和终端用户分配绿色氨,并且还将能处理船对船燃料加注作业。




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