South Korea’s Hyundai shipbuilding group has partnered with Hyundai Glovis to develop the world’s largest liquefied carbon dioxide carrier powered by a liquefied natural gas propulsion system. The ship will be 284 meters long and 42 meters wide. The ship capable of carrying 74,000 cubic meters of liquefied carbon dioxide, has obtained Approval in Principle from the American Bureau of Shipping.Hyundai Glovis has calculated ship specifications and a maximum volume of shipments suitable for many ports. The Hyundai Heavy Industries Group has upgraded cargo storage and operating systems that can stably preserve cargo by maintaining tank pressure. The ship was designed to maximize its load.Hyundai Glovis said that new steel would be applied to maintain high-pressure and low-temperature conditions, which are essential to safely transport large amounts of LCO2.