Tag: Ammonia

World’s first dynamic green ammonia plant takes shape

A Danish partnership comprising, Topsoe, Skovgaard Energy, and Vestas is constructing a demonstration plant in Lemvig, Denmark, that will produce green ammonia based on renewable power and electrolysis of water.

IHI convert LNG terminals into ammonia-based facilities

IHI has started looking into converting liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and storage terminals near many gas-fired power plants into ammonia-based facilities. Interest is increasing...

BUTTING delivers ring burner for Topsøe

At the beginning of June, BUTTING successfully delivered a ring burner for its longstanding customer Topsøe.

Tubes, pipes and fittings in a changed world*

Changes and challenges affecting the tubes, pipes and fittings industry after a global pandemic and geopolitical tensions.

KBR secures ammonia technology contract from DL E&C

KBR announced that it has won an ammonia technology contract from DL E&C for NeuRizer's (formerly Leigh Creek Energy Ltd) carbon-neutral fertilizer project in...

CF Industries signs contract with thyssenkrupp

CF Industries has signed an engineering and procurement contract with thyssenkrupp to supply a 20 megawatt (MW) alkaline water electrolysis plant to produce green hydrogen at the Company’s Donaldsonville, Louisiana, manufacturing complex.

The evolution of EPC’s in India

The Indian EPC business is growing rapidly at a faster pace than even China’s booming industry. At the same time the level of technical knowledge of materials and equipment is steadily increasing. Stainless Steel World spoke to Mr. Mrinal Das, Senior General Manager, Projects at Jacobs Engineering who has worked on projects in the Indian market for 29 years, about how the industry – and the role of a Project Manager – has evolved.

Storing renewable energy as ammonia

It’s currently impossible to store large quantities of energy produced by wind and solar power. In the Netherlands in times of over-supply the energy is sold off cheaply; in times of need gas-powered plants must make up the deficit.

Kyrgyzstan: nitrogen fertilizer plant

Kyrgyzstan's Agri-culture, Water, and Processing Industry Ministry and China's CITIC International Cooperation Co. plan to build a nitrogen fertilizer plant in southern Kyrgyzstan.

Australian ammonia plant (2/4)

Burrup Fertilizers Pty Ltd has awarded a USD 300 million contract to Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Inc.'s Australian subsidiary SNC-Lavalin (SA) Inc.