Equinor to run carbon-free ammonia-fuelled supply vessel

Its Viking Energy vessel will be part of a research project to develop, install and test whether ammonia fuel cells can deliver 100% carbon-free power over long distances

‘World’s largest’ ammonia plant powered by clean hydrogen headed for Australia

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency has announced $980,000 for Dyno Nobel to assess the feasibility of building a renewable ammonia facility at its existing facility in Moranbah

Siemens Gamesa partners up on green ammonia production

The firm says the technique could be used to store surplus electricity from wind turbines

‘Unlike many other air pollutants, ammonia emissions have increased since 2013’

The Environment Agency says farmers must take the lead by changing their land management practices

Transport and agriculture ‘pose problems’ for European emissions reduction

The European Environment Agency (EEA) says ammonia emissions from farming continued to rise in 2016

Siemens develops ‘green ammonia’ energy storage site

The facility will use renewable power to generate nitrogen from the air, which can be stored as ammonia

UK firm wins Brazilian gas-to-chemicals contract

A UK engineering and construction firm has been awarded a contract to build a gas-to-chemicals facility in Brazil. Foster Wheeler’s agreement for Petrobras’ ‘Complexo Gas-Quimico UFN-IV’ will include design, technical assistance and training during the construction phase up until the successful completion of the plant. The plant is expected to produce more than 1million tonnes […]

Olympics swimming venue wins sustainability ‘gold’

Team GB may have missed out on a gold medal at the Olympic aquatic sports centre this summer – but the venue itself has been given top rating for its environmental credentials. According to the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), the swimming centre has environmentally friendly cooling systems which should set an example for Games […]