Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) has announced the development of a green hydrogen plant with 250 000 tpy green ammonia export capacity in Bell Bay, Tasmania.
The mineral fertilizer producer Acron Group has increased output at its Ammonia-4 unit to 2500 tpd, bringing capacity to 900 000 tpy.
Koch Fertilizer will invest an estimated US$90 million to improve reliability, performance and production at its Beatrice nitrogen plant in Nebraska, US.
CF Industries Holdings Inc. has announced steps to support a global hydrogen and clean fuel economy through the production of green and low-carbon ammonia.
Offshore wind developer Ørsted and leading fertilizer company Yara aim to replace fossil hydrogen with renewable hydrogen in the production of ammonia.
Shchekinoazot has reported 2 years of stable operation of its methanol and ammonia co-production plant based on Haldor Topsoe’s technology.
Acron Group has proceeded to the second stage of the overhaul of the urea unit at its production site in Veliky Novgorod.