Fishing and hydrogen-fuelled fleets

Fishing and hydrogen-fuelled fleets

When H2 View’s sister publication gasworld reported on a rejuvenation in Singapore’s intentions towards the aquaculture business earlier this year, it shone a further spotlight on the crucial role of oxygen in this application.

Singapore has been preparing to scale up local food production against the backdrop of coronavirus-driven disruptions to global supply chains in recent months. Singapore is well known for its fish farming and almost all of the country’s offshore fish farms are located in the waters to its north. According to Singapore-based The Straits Times, those waters could soon reach maximum production levels and authorities have set their sights on the nation’s southern waters for further aquaculture activity.

Figures from the World Aquaculture Society (WAS) show that local food fish farms in Singapore produce around 10% – thought to be around 4,700 tonnes of fish – of Singapore’s consumption of food fish. Aquaculture in Singapore can be categorised as land-based and sea-based, it explains.

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