US consortium set to study the feasibility of large-scale liquid hydrogen storage at import and export terminals

A consortium has been selected by the US Department of Energy (DOE) to demonstrate that a large-scale liquid hydrogen tank, with a capacity ranging from 20,000 to 100,000 cubic meters, is both feasible and cost competitive at import and export terminals.

Unveiled today (Oct 13), the consortium, consisting of major liquid hydrogen players such as Shell, McDermott’s CB&I Storage Solutions, and the Kennedy Space Centre, will collaborate to develop a technically innovative and economically viable concept design.

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