After evaluating for more than two years to export bulk-water by converted ex-VLCC oil tankers, we encountered two considerable downsides.
1) The prices per M3 at destinations are not competitive.
(Water is labeled as an economic commodity with a cost-benefit scrutiny; but the urgency is remembered when its price is forgotten).
2) The growing opposition of the large CO2 footprint for exporting mineral water by old polluting ex-oiltankers
*Note: We are evaluating in the future to export bulk water by tankers powered by: Hydrogen (or LNG).
Therefore we came to an alternative business model by an urgent need for water in the USA; transporting water and by a submarine pipe-line to America.
Project’s name: GreenBlue
Our submarine pipe-line will be laid with negligible effect on the environment.
The founder has registered a new concept of submarine pipe-line as its Intellectual Property.
LWG is obliged to work with a high standard operational integrity.
The goal is to export water 24/7 through a submarine-tube line.
The electric power for the pressure pumps etc. will be generated by hydro-turbines as a sustainable operation and the kinetic water is captured for export.
It is always impossible until someone does it B. Waine