A consortium consisting of Yara International, Jera, and Idemitsu Kosan have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to explore the establishment of a domestic clean ammonia distribution network and bunkering business, accelerating Japan’s green energy transition.
Under a MOU signed between Yara International and Kyushu Electric Power, both the companies will jointly work towards developing clean ammonia supply chains to Kyushu’s coal thermal power generation plants in the Kyushu region in Japan.
The world’s first green ammonia bunkering terminal will be built under the ‘Ammonia Fuel Bunkering Network’ project by Azane Fuel Solutions. The hefty grant has been granted by the Norwegian Government under its ‘Green platform Initiative’ program.
The newly established HEGRA company co-owned by Aker, Yara and Statkraft aims to electrify and decarbonize the ammonia plant at Herøya, Norway thus, ensuring large-scale green ammonia production. With the new firm, the partners also intend to create a new industry in Norway that provides a competitive advantage in a growing global hydrogen economy as well as forms the basis for a future Norwegian export industry.
EuroChem wants to reduce dependency on third-party phosphate supplies. Against this background, EuroChem will take over Yara’s ‘Serra do Salitre Phosphate Project’ in Brazil. The integrated upstream phosphates project in Minas Gerais is expected to add 1 MMT to EuroChem’s annual phosphate production capacity.
Under a MOU signed by Air Liquide, Borealis, Esso S.A.F., Total Energies and Yara International, all the companies will work together to explore the development of a CO2 infrastructure in order to help decarbonize the industrial basin located in the Normandy region, France.
Under a MOU signed between Yara and Trafigura, both the companies will work together to develop and promote the use of ammonia as a clean fuel for the shipping industry. They also intend to collaborate on clean ammonia fuel infrastructure and market opportunities.
Under a MOU signed between Yara International and Jera, both the companies will work together for production, delivery and supply chain development of blue and green ammonia which aims at decarbonizing power production in Japan.
Yara International, Statkraft and Aker Horizons have entered into a partnership to establish Europe’s first large-scale green ammonia project in Porsgrunn, Norway. The mega project is expected to accelerate the green energy transition in the region.