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Ammonia Cracking Technology of Aramco and Linde Set to Transform Global Lower-Carbon Landscape

Here’s an article posted in chemanager that talks about the Ammonia cracking technology developed by Aramco and Linde.

According to the article,

  • Aramco and Linde Engineering have partnered to develop a new lower-carbon ammonia cracking technology.
  • The technology involves splitting ammonia into hydrogen and nitrogen over a catalyst for energy or manufacturing applications.
  • They plan to build a demonstration plant in northern Germany to showcase the technology and offer it to existing and new customers, creating new commercial opportunities within the global lower-carbon energy supply chain.
  • The technology is expected to support the world’s urgent need for decarbonization by bridging the gap between domestic renewable energy production and total energy demand.

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Ammonia cracking technology

BASF Ludwigshafen.

Catalyst development

Demonstration plant

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST)

Linde Engineering

Lower-carbon hydrogen

Northern Germany

SABIC

Saudi Aramco

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