Nikkiso Co. announced involvement in LH2 installation for Unitrove


Nikkiso Company announced this week that one of its subsidiaries is participating in the bunkering installation design of a new complete Liquid Hydrogen (LH2) Bunkering installation with Unitrove.

Firstly, the Japanese company is participating through its Cryogenic Industries subsidiary Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (CE&IG). This company, together with Unitrove are working together to develop solutions for the future, particularly regarding LH2.

Moreover, according to the statement, CE&IG will provide custom equipment from two of its Functional Units; a sump from its Heat Exchangers unit (Cryoquip) and Cryogenic Pumps unit (ACD).

Ole Jensen, Vice President, Europe, Nikkiso CE&IG said about the matter. “We are excited and proud to be part of one of the world’s first liquid hydrogen (LH2) bunkering facility projects and the drive toward more energy-efficient solutions for the Marine market.”

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Nikkiso to expand its business in Qatar

Furthermore, the bunkering system appeared as a showcase in the United Nations COP26 Environmental Conference in Glasgow. On the other hand, the company expects to complete the installation of the bunkering sometime in 2022.

Cryogenic Industries, Inc is now a part of Nikkiso Company. It provides with manufacture engineered cryogenic gas processing equipment and small-scale process plants for the liquefied natural gas market.

The company also offers well services and industrial gas industries. It was founded 50 years ago; is the parent company of ACD, Cosmodyne, and Cryoquip and a commonly controlled group of approximately 20 operating entities.

Finally, the news of its involvement in the project comes as the company announced that Soletec Group (Soletec) has become the Authorized Representative and Service Partner for Nikkiso Cryogenic Services (NCS) in Qatar. This association will allow the group to extend its regional presence for the industrial gases, hydrogen, marine, natural gas processing, and petrochemical industries.

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