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Energy Observer teases new projects and stopovers

Energy Observer teases new projects and stopovers

An ambassador for the hydrogen revolution, Energy Observer has teased a number of exciting stopovers and projects as it continues to be a symbol for zero-emissions maritime transport.

Having already participated in a number of landmark stop-offs, Energy Observer on Thursday (September 2) hinted at a new liquid hydrogen cargo ship project, to be announced in March 2022, and unveiled a number of upcoming events.

On the liquid hydrogen project tease, Energy Observer highlighted a series of emerging liquid hydrogen boat projects in Australia and Japan.

In terms of events, the UICN’s World Conservation Congress in Marseille is the first event on the agenda. Here, Katia Nicolet, Scientific Advisor for Energy Observer, and Louis-Noël Viviès, Managing Director will discuss the vessels technologies and the importance of decarbonisation.

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