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Amazing Ammonia: from fertilisers' production to new energy uses

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Ammonia: from producing fertilisers to new energy uses

Around 70% of the produced ammonia is used to make fertilizers in today's world, but there is a significant growth trajectory anticipated for this molecule in the future. Here are a few possibilities that our experts discussed.


Market status and prospects

While most of the ammonia is dedicated to the production of nitrogen fertilisers today, the growth prospects for this hydrogen derivative lie in new energy uses. 

Leveraging our dedicated research, our analysts studied the market potential for low-carbon ammonia. They discovered that this molecule could be particularly well suited as an alternative bunker fuel and has the potential to serve as a hydrogen vector as well as to produce electricity in dedicated thermal power plants.

During this webinar, our team of experts presented the wide array of possibilities and advantages offered by this molecule as we anticipate exponential growth of it in the future!

Our experts have addressed questions such as: 

  • What is the Market status on main and emerging uses of Low carbon Ammonia? 
  • What is the status on low carbon (green & blue) ammonia projects?
  • What are the challenges associated with low carbon ammonia?
  • Why is it important to have new standards and regulations associated with low carbon-Ammonia?

Watch the replay 

You can go further with the Low Carbon Ammonia with our Clean Ammonia Report


Fabrice POULIN
Fabrice POULIN
Manager of the Clean Tech dept.
Analyst, Clean Tech dept.