Greek ship operator to add two Liquified Carbon Dioxide carriers to operations

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HD Hyundai Korea Shipbuilding has won a $141 million contract to build two 22,000-cubic-meter liquefied carbon dioxide (LCO2) carriers for Greek operator Capital Maritime Group. The ships will be delivered in 2025 and can also transport other liquefied gases. They will have “ammonia-ready” engines for potential future use. The demand for LCO2 carriers is increasing due to the growing global carbon capture and storage market. Both companies are optimistic about their future prospects in this sector.

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