Launched in 2019, the OHC set out to lead the charge on developing a Norwegian national network for hydrogen-based solutions in the maritime sector.

Norwegian-based H2Carrier’s so-called P2XFloater™ looks to produce green hydrogen and ammonia utilising prove technologies from offshore oil and gas production – FPSOs (floating production, storage, and offloading).

Earlier this month (January 2023), H2Carrier announced it had signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Anori to develop 1.5GW of renewable energy in Greenland to supply power to the floating production vessel.

Read more: H2Carrier and Anori target green ammonia exports from Greenland

Furthermore, the company signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Larsen & Tourbo with intentions for the Indian multinational to fabricate topside operations of the P2XFloater vessels.

Read more: H2Carrier partners with Larsen & Tourbo to develop floating green hydrogen and ammonia projects

Sebastian Kihle, Chief Technology Officer at H2Carrier explained that by joining the OHC, the company hopes to benefit from project support as well as looking for potential partners.

Kihle explained, “We became a part of the cluster to get more involved in the Ocean Hyway Cluster’s activities and to receive more information about what is happening within the hydrogen sector. Additionally, we want to utilise the membership benefits such as project support and introduction to potential partners.”


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