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Fertiglobe sells first blue ammonia cargo to Japan

Abu Dhabi wants to expand blue ammonia production to meet demand in East Asian markets

Fertiglobe—a partnership between fertiliser supplier OCI and the UAE’s Adnoc—has sold its first cargo of blue ammonia to Itochu in Japan for use in fertiliser production. Blue ammonia is made from nitrogen and blue hydrogen. Fertiglobe says the shipments were sold at an “attractive” premium to grey ammonia. Abu Dhabi’s Supreme Petroleum Council wants to position the nation as a major international supplier of ammonia and hydrogen. “We aim to create a wide range of ammonia value chains for existing industrial applications” Tanaka, Itochu Earlier this year, Adnoc agreed on a joint study agreement with three Japanese firms —Inpex, Jera and Jogmec—to explore the commercial potent

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