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The world’s first purpose-built liquefied hydrogen carrier, built by a Japanese company, arrived in Australia on Friday, as part of a project to create liquefied hydrogen from Australian brown coal and ship it to Japan.

The Suiso Frontier liquid hydrogen carrier built by Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. has docked at the Port of Hastings located southeast of Melbourne.

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