Rotterdam ammonia terminal to be scaled to three million tonnes per year

OCI N.V. is set to drastically increase the throughput capacity of its ammonia terminal at the Port of Rotterdam, to more than three million tonnes annually, to meet low-carbon hydrogen and ammonia demand.

Announced today (June 15) OCI has made a final investment decision (FID) on its ammonia import terminal expansion project to facilitate emerging ammonia demand and to act as hub for hydrogen imported in the form of ammonia.

The planned expansion will develop the terminal under staged investment, with an initial phase to triple throughput capacity from the current 400 kilo-tonnes per year, to 1.2 million tonnes annually, by focusing on upgrading existing infrastructure.

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