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SABIC Agri-Nutrients announce blue ammonia project in Saudi Arabia

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World Fertilizer,

SABIC Agri-Nutrients company has announced that it obtained feedstock allocation from the Ministry of Energy to set up a blue (low carbon) ammonia project in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

SABIC Agri-Nutrients Company's has announced that the company received approval from the Ministry of Energy for allocating the required quantities of feedstock to build SABIC Agri-Nutrients plant the (6th) in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia to produce 1.2 MMTA of Blue (low carbon) Ammonia and to produce 1.1 MMTA of Urea and specialised Agri-Nutrients.

The Company will do the engineering studies to evaluate the leading technologies and will select the most efficient in energy and feedstock utilisation.

In this regard, SABIC Agri-Nutrients Company express its sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Ministry of Energy for their efforts to achieve the kingdom ambitions in leading the clean energy production and exporting worldwide through their support for the local companies in the sector which contribute directly in achieving the kingdom 2030 vision.

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