Japan's NYK Joins Hydrogen Council
Japanese shipping company NYK Line has joined the Hydrogen Council, a global coalition working to enable the global energy transition through hydrogen, the company said on July 28 in a statement.
NYK said through the Hydrogen Council it will work to build a hydrogen supply chain and promote decarbonisation through conversion of alternative fuels for ships. The company said going forward it will not only transport hydrogen but will also look to utilise hydrogen as a marine fuel.
Hydrogen Council on July 27 announced 11 new members. In addition to NYK Line, other new members include CMA CGM, Microsoft, Baker Hughes, Clariant, Mahle, Port of Rotterdam, TechnipFMC, Umicore, Mubadala Investment Company and Providence Asset Group.