The port in Singapore joins ammonia fuel development project

The port authority in Singapore (MPA) is one of several major players to join a new project that aims to develop ammonia for use as fuel. As the world's biggest bunker hub, MPA will contribute to the project's research.

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Yet another project that points to ammonia as the fuel of the future now sees the light of day.

The project has been dubbed the Castor Initiative and has most recently been backed by major players such as Singapore's port authority, MPA, and Norway's Yara International. Names such as Lloyd's Register, Samsung Heavy Industries and MAN Energy Solutions are already part of the project, which intends to examine the use of ammonia as marine fuel.

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