Te´cnicas Reunidas and Allied Green Ammonia have agreed to commence the first phases of a Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia production facilities at Northern Territory, Australia.
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The platform is expected to focus on key sectors ranging from the chemical recycling of waste to produce sustainable fuels and hydrogen, to all green or low carbon hydrogen and captured CO2 solutions, including fertilizers.
Cinis Fertilizer signs agreement with a leading American battery material manufacturer and establishes a production facility in the USA.
Martin Engineering announce the ApronSeal™ Double Skirting for extra sealing in high dust environments and a self-adjusting skirting system with limited maintenance.
Sollio Agriculture, inaugurated CRF Agritech, a new controlled-release fertilizer production plant in St. Thomas, Ontario.
HEINEKEN Spain becomes the first company to brew beer from barley with a low carbon footprint thanks to 'Impact Zero' fertilizers.
The Grupa Azoty Group has released estimated output figures for August, highlighting the third consecutive month of steady growth in nitrogen fertilizer production.
The findings support long-term initiatives to develop new crop varieties with root-related traits that help agricultural producers optimise fertilizer applications.
It has been revealed that the total ammonia capacity of new-build and expansion projects in North America is expected to be 26.39 million tpy by 2030.
The project is designed to deliver 112 000 tpy of green ammonia to produce 255 000 tpy of finished product, including fertilizer and mining explosives.
Next Hydrogen Solutions Inc. and Casale SA, have signed a non-exclusive memorandum of understanding to develop green ammonia and methanol systems that integrate Next Hydrogen’s electrolysis technology and products.
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Xinjiang Xinlianxin Energy Chemical Co., Ltd has selected Eurotecnica’s Euromel® melamine technology for the design and implementation of this project.
A collaboration between two labs at Northwestern University, partnering with the University of Toronto, has found that producing urea using electrified synthesis could both denitrify wastewater while enabling low-carbon-intensity urea production.
Paradeep Phosphates is the first fertilizer company in India to receive BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).
Nestlé, Cargill and CCm Technologies launch collaborative pilot to turn cocoa shells into low carbon fertilizer
The AGRF Summit 2023, hosted a side event “Defining Africa’s Fertilizer and Soil Health Vision” that was held in Dar es Salaam. Among the participants was African Fertilizer and Agribusiness Partnership.
Cinis Fertilizer has signed a long-term agreement with K+S Minerals and Agriculture GmbH (K+S) regarding the purchase and delivery of potassium chloride to Cinis Fertilizer’s first two production facilities in Örnsköldsvik and in Skellefteå, Sweden.
The resettlement action plan (RAP) for the Cácata phosphate mine has now been completed. The RAP included 41 total farms, part of the Tanto-Zinze Commune and covering 142.4 cultivated hectares (total of 212 hectares) across the mining area.
Tesco will expand its trial of low-carbon, mostly domestically produced fertilizers, partnering with its suppliers to drive a tenfold increase in the number of hectares being cultivated by low-carbon alternatives for the 2024 growing season.
For its Burin Peninsula Green Fuels Energy Project, EverWind will convert renewable power from wind into green hydrogen and then into green ammonia. This will then be transported safely around the world and used as green fertilizer as well as a green energy.
The long-term trial was conducted by Yara, and studied the long-term effects of nutrient management in farming. The study concludes that balanced application of mineral fertilizer is part of sustainable crop production, with minimal environmental impact.
After announcing the allocation of €4 billion to stimulate the activation of low-carbon hydrogen projects, this visit was an opportunity to see the implementation of one of the projects that could apply for this new support mechanism.
The hydrogen will be used as a feedstock to produce green ammonia at an adjacent ammonia plant operated by Yara Pilbara Fertiliser Pty Ltd (YPF).
The plant based in Linz, Austria, has the aim to treat wastewaters coming from an LP-technology based melamine plant and from an HP-technology based melamine plant.
The Fertilizer Institute (TFI) President and CEO, Corey Rosenbusch, has issued a statement following the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) revised Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule.