Blue Ammonia: Hydrogen Can Utilize Established NH3 Sector As Clean Energy Carrier

Combining hydrogen with nitrogen makes ammonia, and when the hydrogen for that process derives from steam-reforming natural gas, with the carbon then being sequestered, the resulting product is “blue” ammonia — a valuable opportunity for Canadian producers looking to a clean energy carrier with an established transportation process.

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