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Ascension Parish eyed for $7.5 billion ‘blue’ ammonia plant from Texas energy startup

Robert Stewart of The Advocate reports on a new blue ammonia plant that may be coming to Louisiana.

The C3 Take
  • Texas-based Clean Hydrogen Works is partnering with Denbury Carbon Solutions and Hafnia to consider the construction of a blue ammonia plant in Louisiana.
  • If an agreement is made, the trio will produce blue hydrogen-ammonia fuel while capturing and sequestering 98% of the plant’s CO2 emissions.
  • The plant will produce 7.2 million metric tons of hydrogen-ammonia and provide 350 new jobs by 2030.

“Should it come to fruition, the facility would be built on 1,700 acres in the RiverPlex MegaPark, a 17,000-acre swath of land in Ascension Parish that is bordered to the north by the Mississippi River and to the east by Iberville Parish. It is close to industrial feedstocks, ports and other facilities such as BASF, CF Industries and Honeywell, to name a few.”

Read the full article here.

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