Exmar secures approval for new ammonia-powered gas ship

Tanker company Exmar secures an Approval in Principle from Lloyd's Register for a new gas vessel that will be powered by ammonia.

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Belgian Exmar is one step closer to acquiring an ammonia-powered gas ship.

The carrier has secured an Approval in Principle from classification bureau Lloyd's Register for a 40,000 cubic meter tanker vessel that will be powered the gas ammonia, writes Exmar in a statement.

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