Shipyard wins approval for ammonia-powered ship

Classification company Lloyd's Register approves shipyard Hyundai Mipo's vessel design for a product tanker powered by the biofuel ammonia.

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South Korean shipyard Hyundai Mipo just won approval for its plans for an ammonia-powered tanker vessel.

Several industry media, including Offshore Energy, report that classification company Lloyd's Register just approved the design of a tanker vessel capable of running on the biofuel ammonia.

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