ADNOC to Explore Hydrogen & Blue Ammonia Opportunities
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ADNOC to Explore Hydrogen & Blue Ammonia Opportunities

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company announced a Joint Study Agreement with Japanese INPEX Corporation, JERA Co Inc and a government agency, the

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company announced a Joint Study Agreement with Japanese INPEX Corporation, JERA Co Inc and a government agency, the Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation to explore the commercial potential of blue ammonia production in the United Arab Emirates. The agreement builds on ADNOC’s low-carbon fuels leadership and extensive experience in carbon capture and storage.

His Excellency Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, UAE Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology and Managing Director and Group CEO of ADNOC, said “For almost five decades, the UAE and Japan have enjoyed a deep-rooted and successful strategic relationship, underpinned by long-standing energy partnerships. As we increase our focus on the potential of new lower carbon fuels and navigate the energy transition, the UAE and ADNOC are keen to build and strengthen our existing partnerships and seize growth opportunities with Japan that can help produce more energy with fewer emissions. This joint study agreement with INPEX, JERA and JOGMEC provides a roadmap for us to deepen access to Japanese markets for ADNOC’s products and further strengthen the UAE’s hydrogen value proposition.”

The JSA will provide a platform for ADNOC and its partners to explore supplying Japanese utility companies with blue ammonia produced in Abu Dhabi.

ADNOC is already embarking on a world-scale blue ammonia production facility at the TA’ZIZ Industrial Chemicals Zone in Ruwais which will have a capacity of 1,000 kilotons per annum, and further opportunities in blue ammonia will be explored under the new agreement.

Blue ammonia is made from nitrogen and “blue” hydrogen derived from natural gas feedstocks, with the carbon dioxide by-product from hydrogen production captured and stored. Ammonia can be used as a low-carbon fuel across a wide range of industrial applications, including transportation, power generation, and industries including steel, cement and fertilizer production.

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