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Liquid hydrogen to decarbonize maritime transport in Norway

What potential does liquid hydrogen have to cut emissions? BKK and several partners are aiming to supply the maritime sector by the start of 2024.

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This event will be held as a webinar in Teams due to the covid-19 outbreak, join using this link.

Bjørn Sundland from BKK will present his talk "Liquid hydrogen to decarbonize maritime transport in Norway" on Tuesday 14 of April. 

Abstract: "BKK and co-operation partners are Equinor, Air Liquide, Norled, Wilhelmsen, Viking Cruises, NORCE, NCE Maritime Cleantech and NorSea Group. The project partners aim to develop, build and operate a liquid hydrogen value chain supplying maritime applications in Norway. Liquid hydrogen can be a cost-competitive zero-emission fuel when produced in large scale volumes, and offered an efficient logistics chain including safe and robust bunkering operations. The consortium consists of partners with a high degree of implementation capability both financially and in regards of experience and competence. This project will analyse, develop, and engineer a liquid hydrogen value chain, which the partnership intends to build, commission and operate. The aim is to supply liquid hydrogen to the Norwegian maritime market in Q1 2024."

The seminar will be held from 12:15 to 13:00 (we open the "doors" in Teams at 12:00). As always, it is free and open to all interested parties, so join us for an interesting presentation followed bya Q&A session.