A Norwegian government-backed initiative to construct an ammonia-powered container ship, the Yara Eyde, will likely be in operation in 2026. Supported by grants from the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment’s Enova investment fund, project partners NCL, Yara Clean Ammonia, and Yara International are spearheading this project. The vessel will operate a route between Norway and Europe, serving Oslo, Brevik, Hamburg, and Bremerhaven. Yara Clean Ammonia will supply the ship with carbon-neutral ammonia, contributing to significant emission reductions. Additionally, Yara and Azane Fuel Solutions are collaborating to establish a bunkering network for pure ammonia in Norwegian and Scandinavian ports, which will assist in curbing emissions in the offshore sector. Yara Clean Ammonia and Höegh Autoliners will collaborate for the supply of clean ammonia for a new class of environmentally friendly car carriers to further their commitment to the use of sustainable fuels.