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Abu Dhabi considers hydrogen-to-ammonia export project

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Partnership explores possibility of green hydrogen-to-ammonia for shipping and export.

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Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA) and Abu Dhabi Ports are considering the development of an industrial-scale green hydrogen-to-ammonia plant at Khalifa Industrial Zone Abu Dhabi (KIZAD).

The new plant would be fuelled by hydrogen produced by an electrolyser facility paired with a 2 GW solar power plant. The hydrogen would then be used to make liquid ammonia to supply ships and for export from Abu Dhabi Ports on specialised gas carriers.

“Green hydrogen requires large-scale low carbon electricity production and desalinated water,” said Jasim Husain Thabet, TAQA’s Group Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.

“We are pleased to have opened discussions with our partner Abu Dhabi Ports on developing proposals for a major industrial scale facility that, if it goes ahead, would place Abu Dhabi at the heart of the emerging market for green hydrogen.”

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