McDermott International, together with its storage business, CB&I, has been awarded a front-end engineering design (FEED) contract from Gunvor Petroleum for a planned green hydrogen import terminal project in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Recently, Air Products signed a joint development agreement with Gunvor to partner on the import terminal. Air Products said that it was considering the Rotterdam site for the import terminal, as it offers strategic access for receiving green ammonia from large-scale green hydrogen production locations operated by Air Products and its partners from projects around the world. The green ammonia will be converted to hydrogen and distributed to markets within Europe. Subject to a final investment decision, among other things, the terminal is expected to begin operating in 2026. Under the contract scope, CB&I will provide the FEED of the ammonia tank and associated inside battery limits equipment. McDermott will support FEED activities for the interconnecting pipeline, tie-ins and other outside battery limits scope. As part of the FEED, a project execution cost estimate will be developed as basis for a potential conversion into an engineering, construction and procurement contract for the implementation phase. Original Source: PetroChemical News, http://www.petrochemical-news.com.