Announced at Posidonia 2024, HHI and Capital Gas Ship Management's very large ammonia carrier (VLAC) received AiP from the American Bureau of Shipping and the Liberian Registry.

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Similarly, Lloyd’s Register granted AiP to an 88,000m³ ammonia carrier designed by SHI, as well as to a feeder ship design from HD Hyundai Mipo Dockyard and KSOE, emphasizing the growing interest in ammonia as a marine fuel.

Amogy CEO Seonghoon Woo expressed enthusiasm for the positive developments, describing the AIPs as an “important milestone.”

Regarding SHI’s 88,000m³ design, he stated: “Powered by Amogy’s innovative technology, this ammonia carrier is set to redefine industry standards, advancing sustainable fuel solutions for the maritime sector.”

Editor: Kemal Can Kayar