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Kawasaki Industries names world first hydrogen carrier

KAWASAKI Heavy Industries has christened the world’s first liquefied hydrogen carrier the Susio Frontier, as it prepares to complete construction next year and begin transporting hydrogen from Australia.

 The Susio Frontier to export hydrogen by next year

The Susio Frontier to export hydrogen by next year

  The vessel was developed to transport liquefied hydrogen at 1/800 of its original gas-state volume, cooled to -253C over long distances by sea. That's close to 100C lower than what natural gas becomes...

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