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Air Products will construct a historic megaproject capable of producing over 750 million standard cubic feet of blue hydrogen per day.

A part of the blue hydrogen will be compressed and distributed to clients via Air Products’ United States Gulf Coast hydrogen pipeline network. The remaining blue hydrogen will be utilized to manufacture blue ammonia, which will be delivered globally and transformed back to blue hydrogen for transportation and other markets.

“We are happy to support Air Products in their rapid expansion of renewable offerings through our partnership framework. We believe that this significant project will showcase our unique ammonia technology in a true world-scale setting,” says Roeland Baan, CEO at Haldor Topsoe.

”The strength of our global alliance agreement with Haldor Topsoe, providing access to technology-leading capabilities, continues to be reinforced through our latest, large-scale project – a landmark complex in Louisiana that will help meet cleaner energy needs in the U.S. Gulf Coast and around the world,” says Dr. Samir J. Serhan, COO at Air Products.

Topsoe and Air Products already collaborate on a number of projects, with Topsoe supplying technology for Gulf Coast Ammonia’s world-scale ammonia plant in Texas City (3,600 MTPD) and the NEOM project in Saudi Arabia, which will transform 650 MTPD of green hydrogen into 3,500 MTPD of green ammonia. Additionally, Topsoe will supply its SynCORTM blue hydrogen technology to the recently announced blue hydrogen complex in Alberta, Canada, by Air Products.

Blue ammonia is a low-emission method of generating ammonia that incorporates carbon capture and storage (CCS) to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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