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The magazine for the nitrogen and syngas industries


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March/April 2024 Issue

  • Methanol and shipping - Methanol continues to be a front runner among alternative fuels for the shipping industry. However, concerns remain over the availability and cost of green and blue methanol.
     
  • North American nitrogen - The US is experiencing a new boom in nitrogen projects, with a number of carbon capture ammonia plants under development.
     
  • Reducing emissions in nitric acid production with tertiary abatement - Stamicarbon’s tertiary abatement technology presents opportunities for both existing and grassroots nitric acid plants to enhance sustainability and efficiency.
     
  • Ultra-HP ammonia oxidation catalysts - Catalyst development for nitric acid plants is strongly dependent on operating pressures and nitrogen loading levels, Johnson Matthey reviews some of the key catalyst design principles, and highlights the innovative contributions of Johnson Matthey in advancing catalyst technology for ultra-high-pressure ammonia oxidation in nitric acid plants.
     
  • In-service monitoring of HE tube wall thickness - Christof Group SBN presents groundbreaking sensor technology for accurate and reliable continuous monitoring of individual heat exchanger tube wall thickness in high pressure, high temperature industrial conditions.
     
  • Towards an emerging hydrogen economy - New blue production schemes are available to meet the need to significantly reduce the overall carbon intensity of high-volume hydrogen and ammonia production for a large-scale emerging market.
     

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Nitrogen+Syngas provides unrivalled technical and market coverage of synthesis gas and its derivatives – on the nitrogen side, ammonia and downstream products, urea, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate and UAN – as well as hydrogen, methanol and gas-, biomass- and coal-to-liquid technologies

Both in print and online, Nitrogen+Syngas is the only publication to provide global coverage of the nitrogen and syngas industries, with unequalled insight into technologies and developments for producers worldwide.

Nitrogen+Syngas is distributed at all key industry conferences and events, emphasising its recognised position as the market’s leading title.
 

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Latest issue:
March/April 2024

  • In-service monitoring of HE tube wall thickness
  • Ultra-HP ammonia oxidation catalysts
  • Reducing emissions in nitric acid production with tertiary abatement
  • Towards an emerging hydrogen economy
  • Plant Manager+
  • Methanol and shipping
  • North American nitrogen
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