Liquefied CO2 transport moves a step closer with in-principle approval

Published 08:45 on April 6, 2022  /  Last updated at 08:50 on April 6, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia, EMEA, International, Japan, South Korea, Voluntary  /  No Comments

Classification society DNV has given a world-first in-principle approval of a tank system for liquefied CO2 transport, seen as a key step towards being able to ship large quantities of carbon dioxide to storage sites, a service some large companies aim to earn offset credits for.

Classification society DNV has given a world-first in-principle approval of a tank system for liquefied CO2 transport, seen as a key step towards being able to ship large quantities of carbon dioxide to storage sites, a service some large companies aim to earn offset credits for.

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