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Abu Dhabi looks to develop green ammonia project

Project will also feature a storage facility at Khalifa Port with the hope of becoming a trade hub

Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (Taqa) and Abu Dhabi Ports have agreed to work together to develop a green ammonia export facility. The plant would be fuelled by hydrogen produced by an electrolyser facility paired with a 2GW solar photovoltaic (PV) power plant. The green hydrogen would be turned into liquid ammonia to supply ships as a bunker fuel and for export from via pressurised gas carriers. Ammonia is already shipped widely on these carriers, which can also transport LPG. Conversion to ammonia is considered to be one of the best ways of transporting hydrogen in the short-term, although other technologies are in development. “Green hydrogen requires large-scale low-carbo



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