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GULF OF MEXICO HYDROGEN HUBS 12 3 1. Rose Cay
2. Amogy’s ammonia fueled tug.
3. The Hydrogen
During a Capital Link conference regarding Jones Act states in PADD 1A- New England and PADD 1B- mid-
M&A opportunities Parker said, “There is going to be a Atlantic states). material Energy Transition, and it is underway. The Infa- Parker told Offshore Engineer: “At Rose Cay Maritime, tion Reduction Act together with legislation funding hy- we are committed to serving our customers and American drogen hubs, solidifed Washington, D.C.’s commitment. communities with safe, reliable, and environmentally re-
The impacts will touch both the commodities being trans- sponsible Jones Act transportation today and tomorrow, ported and the marine fuels being used.” as the U.S. energy complex evolves. The hard-working
As an industry, the U.S. Jones Act community is actively men and women in the Jones Act trade stand at the ready preparing for the future of energy transportation, and it is to ensure our country’s energy security throughout the clear Rose Cay intends to be a leader. Energy Transition.”
Rose Cay Maritime is included in a list of partner enti- The entire maritime supply chain will undoubtedly be ties, in a recent announcement from another group, the monitoring the developments as the Green Corridors and
Northeast Hydrogen Hub (with 100 partners from seven Hydrogen Hubs move forward.
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