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Hydrogen Power

Low-carbon ammonia project on the US Gulf Coast advances

by Craig Bettenhausen
September 9, 2023 | A version of this story appeared in Volume 101, Issue 30

 

The energy companies Jera, Uniper, and ConocoPhillips are moving forward with their plan to produce low-carbon ammonia at a facility on the US Gulf Coast for global export. The project as currently imagined would have a capacity of 2 million metric tons (t) per year. The firms began working together on the idea in the fall of 2022. At that time, they aimed to make 8 million t of ammonia from renewably powered electrolytic hydrogen, as well as from fossil fuel-based paired with carbon capture and storage.

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