ABS, NOV Subsea Production Systems enter final phase of subsea ammonia storage testing
(WO) – ABS is providing new technology qualification (NTQ) services for game-changing subsea ammonia storage technology from NOV Subsea Production Systems.
The 200-cubic-meter prototype subsea storage unit (SSU) is enroute to NOV’s testing facility in Norway, where large-scale product validation tests are planned for later this summer.
The subsea storage system is part of a Joint Development Project (JDP) that includes ABS, NOV Subsea Production Systems, Equinor, The Research Council of Norway and The Net Zero Technology Centre. This project unites a group of industry leaders actively enabling an economical subsea storage solution for the market.
The subsea technology brings a new and unique solution for the safe storage of larger volumes of fluids such as ammonia and other maritime e-fuels, enhanced oil recovery (EOR) chemicals and production chemicals.