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Shell partners with Houlder on maritime decarbonisation solutions

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Shell partners with Houlder on maritime decarbonisation solutions

UK design and engineering consultancy company Houlder and Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Limited (Shell) have agreed to work together to identify, evaluate, and further develop solutions to accelerate the decarbonisation of the maritime industry.

Source: Offshore-Energy

The collaboration will span market research, technical analysis of clean solutions from a design and engineering perspective, safety and risk assessment studies, and greenhouse gas emissions abatement quantification and verification.

The maritime industry has to choose technology pathways, supported by regulation, which offer credible and low-cost routes to a net-zero emissions future by 2050. We must collectively do more to accelerate change – and this is one of the cornerstones of our forward-thinking collaboration with Shell.

Rupert Hare, Chief Executive Officer at Houlder

The partners aim to see commercially operating ships with lower emissions on the water in the 2030s. They believe this can be achieved through a combination of existing technologies and fuels, while more radical change will be required to achieve alignment with the new International Maritime Organization (IMO) target of net-zero emissions close to 2050.

There are a myriad of maritime decarbonisation solutions available. The challenge is cutting through the noise to find the right solutions for a ship type, specific ship, and its unique operating profile. Our collaboration with Shell will support the company in making the right decarbonisation decisions, underpinned by technical design and engineering expertise.

Jonathan Strachan, Chief Technical Officer at Houlder

Houlder is also working on the concept design of liquid hydrogen (LH2) carriers, and studies on hydrogen as a cargo or fuel for Shell.

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