Norway firms aim to eliminate carbon dioxide in ammonia production
If power is available at the site and the required public co-funding is in place, the upgraded plant could be running in five to seven years’ time
Oslo — Norway’s Statkraft and Aker Horizons, a unit of investment firm Aker, have joined chemicals firm Yara in electrifying and decarbonising a plant in Norway to produce zero carbon ammonia, the companies said on Thursday.
Yara, one of the world’s largest producers of nitrogen fertilisers, aims to eliminate carbon dioxide emissions from the 500,000-tonnes-a-year plant in Porsgrunn in southern Norway. ..