$5bn green hydrogen-based ammonia facility to be constructed in Saudi Arabia

$5bn green hydrogen-based ammonia facility to be constructed in Saudi Arabia

Plans to construct a $5bn world-scale green hydrogen-based ammonia production facility powered by renewable energy in Saudi Arabia have been unveiled today.

Air Products said it has signed an agreement with ACWA Power and NEOM for the plant, which will be equally owned by the three partners, and supply 650 tonnes per day of green hydrogen, via electrolysis using thyssenkrupp technology, for transportation globally.

Scheduled to be onstream in 2025, Air Products said it will be the exclusive offtaker of the green ammonia and intends to transport it around the world to be dissociated to produce green hydrogen for the transportation market.

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