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Exmar to develop CO2 tanker in joint venture

Transporting CO2 will become an important market as the green transition gathers momentum, expects Belgian Exmar, which aims to develop a CO2 tanker in collaboration with Lattice.

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Tanker operator Exmar aims to secure a presence in the future market for transporting CO2, and the Belgian company will collaborate with technology supplier Lattice to develop a new type of CO2 tanker, according to a press release.

The duo has signed an agreement to design a 195 meter long panamax tanker capable of freighting 40,500 cubic meters of CO2 and transporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) and ammonia. The development of the CO2 tanker is part of a joint venture, which will be set up as an independent development company.

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