PSA Singapore, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and Chiyoda Corporation have begun testing the ways in which hydrogen can be transported and stored as methylcyclohexane (MCH), a liquid form at ambient temperature and pressure, before gaseous hydrogen is extracted from MCH to be used as a clean fuel for horizontal transportation in the port.

For this collaborative trial that aims to test the practical storage and dehydrogenation of liquid organic hydrogen carriers (LOHC) in an industrial setting, PSA Singapore is responsible for the construction, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of the hydrogen refuelling facility. So far, PSA Singapore has built and initiated operations of the first hydrogen refuelling station and provided a hydrogen fuel cell electric prime mover at Pasir Panjang Terminal.

PSA International Regional CEO Southeast Asia Nelson Quek said: “In collaboration with like-minded industry partners, we are excited to commission the first hydrogen refuelling facility in the port, a significant step forward in our efforts to develop a hydrogen refuelling ecosystem in Singapore. PSA will continue to seek potential technologies and actively test-bed low-carbon, innovative sustainability solutions that can be deployed beyond the industry, as we strive to collectively decarbonise and drive greener outcomes across the entire value chain.”

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