Japan’s transport of liquefied hydrogen from Australia, which will be the first in the world, now looks to be taking place around July-August from a previous target of end-March because of delays caused by the former’s pandemic-led state of emergency restrictions. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The latest outlook for the maiden liquefied hydrogen transport comes as Kawasaki Heavy Industries has reviewed its delivery schedule of the 8,000 gross tonnage Suiso Frontier to the pilot project, in which it is a member, because of pending approvals delayed by the state of emergency measures, a company spokesman said Feb. 19. Kawasaki now aims to deliver the Suiso Frontier to the CO2-free […]