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January/February 2024 Issue

  • Europe’s natural gas challenges - As Europe struggles to move away from its previous dependence on imported Russian natural gas, prices have been high and volatile, with a corresponding catastrophic impact upon domestic ammonia production.
  • Russian nitrogen capacity and exports - In spite of nearly two years of western sanctions, Russian exports of nitrogen fertilizer have recovered almost to pre-war levels, while high prices led to record earnings in 2022.
  • Biomass as a feedstock - Can biomass overcome its density and price limitations to become a viable green feedstock for syngas production?
  • Nitrogen+Syngas Index 2023 - A full listing of all news items and articles published in Nitrogen+Syngas last year.
  • Nitrogen+Sygnas 2024 Conference preview - Join us at CRU Nitrogen + Syngas 2024 in Gothenburg, 4-6 March, where leading producers and technology experts will gather to connect, share knowledge, exchange ideas and learn about the latest developments in operations, technology, process and equipment.
  • Methanol synthesis using renewable energy - TOYO explores methanol synthesis technology and the challenges in utilising renewable energy sources and introduces its g-Methanol® technology.
  • End-to-end digitalisation - KBR outlines some of the key modules of the KBR end-to-end digitalisation solution developed to overcome the challenges in green ammonia operation and achieve best in class, safe and reliable plant operation.
  • Digitalised data to revolutionise catalyst operations - Data has always been crucial for successful operations in the chemical industry, but the growing volume of data is only as good as our ability to analyse it. Clariant discusses how real-time data monitoring, visualisation, and information exchange has led to a step change in data assessment.
  • Process optimisation with AI – hype or reality? - Navigance delves into the world of artificial intelligence and discusses its potential to enhance process optimisation in syngas plants.
  • An ideal reactor for green methanol - The optimum design parameters for green methanol plants are substantially different to natural gas-based methanol plants and pose new challenges to the methanol loop designer. Johnson Matthey discusses the challenges and presents the benefits of the tube cooled converter for e-methanol production.

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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.

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January/February 2024

  • Nitrogen+Sygnas 2024 Conference Preview
  • Methanol synthesis using renewable energy
  • End-to-end digitalisation
  • Digitalised data to revolutionise catalyst operations
  • Process optimisation with AI – hype or reality?
  • An ideal reactor for green methanol
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