Azane partners with Amogy Energy to study the zero-Emission Ammonia Bunker Vessel

Zero-Emission Ammonia Bunker Vessel

Azane Fuel Solutions has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) announcing this collaboration at the Argus Clean Ammonia Europe Conference with Amogy Energy to explore the potential of combining Azane’s ammonia fuel feeder solution with Amogy’s power system. The company is willing to study and analyze the ability of Amogy’s ammonia-to-power system to run its bunker vessel concept.

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Amogy has exhibited the potential of its ammonia-to-power system in multiple operations, including a 5-kilowatt drone, a 100-kW tractor, along a 300-kW semi-truck. Azane, a leading Norwegian ammonia bunkering company that has developed a fuel bunker vessel concept with an ammonia cargo handling system, is now looking forward to developing solutions that enables carbon-free propulsion of the ammonia bunker vessel. The company further plans to offer the specially designed bunker vessel to the ports of Hamburg, Rotterdam, Singapore, Antwerp etc.

According to Hakon Skjerstad, the CEO of Azane, the company has provided the bunker facility to promote decarbonization, and the technology provided by Amogy Energy can help the company reach its targets of offering zero-emission bunker solutions for deep sea transportation.

Christian W. Berg, the managing Director of Amogy, has mentioned that the company focuses on providing solutions with their existing technologies that helps to reduce emissions in various sectors, including shipping, heavy-duty transportation and power generation etc. He also mentioned that the collaboration will ensure to the delivery of clean ammonia to ships across the world, while empowering zero emissions from the bunkering operations.

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Currently, the energy firm focuses on exploring the potential of ammonia in decarbonizing the maritime industry. Recently, the International Maritime Organization (IMO), has set goals for the reduction of greenhouse emissions of the global fleets to around 40% by the year 2030 and around 70% by the year 2070, when compared to the levels of 2008. However, the initiative of reducing carbon emissions in the maritime sector is a major step as the domain is responsible for around 3% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

According to Procurement Resource, Azane, and Amogy are combining their technology and system to explore the capabilities of ammonia-fueled bunker vessels. The collaboration is mainly directed towards the promotion of decarbonization to ensure zero-emission on a global level.


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