US start-up explores $7.5bn blue hydrogen-ammonia production and export project in Louisiana

US-based start-up Clean Hydrogen Works is exploring $7.5bn plans to establish a large-scale hydrogen-ammonia production and export facility in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, US.

The project, which brings together Ascension Clean Energy (ACE), Denbury Carbon Solutions, and Hafnia, plans to see 7.2 million tonnes of blue ammonia produced each year, utilising carbon capture, and sequestration (CCS).

H2 View understands the captured carbon dioxide emissions would be transported through Denbury’s existing pipeline network to one of its planned sequestration sites for deep underground storage, while Hafnia would export the produced ammonia, from the facility to emerging overseas markets.

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