KENTECH obtains an AiP on the ABS marine hydrogen production and liquefaction plant

Officials from KENTECH, KSOE and ABS pose for photo during the AiP certificate award ceremony in Huston, USA on May 2.



The Korea Institute of Energy Technology (KENTECH) has obtained approval in principle (AiP) from the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) for the design of a new marine hydrogen production and liquefaction plant, which has been jointly developed with Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE).

ABS is a world-class ship and offshore installation certification body. An AiP certificate award ceremony was held at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC), the world’s largest conference held in Houston on May 2 (local time), attended by officials from KENTECH, KSOE and ABS.

The technology jointly developed by KENTECH and KSOE is a new concept offshore plant that can produce hydrogen using water electrolysis technology on a coastal shore, liquefy and store the produced hydrogen and spray to provide it to a customer.

KENTECH and KSOE plan to continue cooperation in areas such as feasibility studies and R&D for additional hydrogen technology concepts, commercialization of R&D results, and presentations at renowned academic meetings overseas. .