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May/June 2024 Issue

  • New merchant ammonia projects - Although global ammonia supply is set to increase this year, there is a shortage of new merchant capacity after 2024 which may lead to rising prices in the medium term.
  • China’s urea exports - Although it has been a major exporter of urea, increasing Chinese government restrictions have restricted the seasonal window for exports.
  • A catalyst for the most demanding HTS applications - Johnson Matthey introduces KATALCO™ 71-7F, the latest innovation in Johnson Matthey’s KATALCO 71 series catalysts for high-temperature shift (HTS) reactions, featuring a robust innovative ‘F’ shape, providing lower lifetime pressure drop.
  • A new low methanol shift catalyst - Clariant discusses the benefits and commercial performance of the new low temperature shift (LTS) catalyst – ShiftMax 217 Plus. A case study demonstrates the benefits of this catalyst, providing ultra-low methanol formation resulting in increased ammonia production and/or energy savings.
  • The future of hydrogen - Low emissions hydrogen is expected to play an increasing role in the syngas-based chemicals industry, but cost and technical challenges remain.
  • Ammonia in a future hydrogen economy - Large-scale ammonia cracking technology and catalysts will enable the full potential of ammonia to be realised as industries transition towards low carbon energy. In this feature we report on the current status of ammonia cracking processes and catalysts.
  • Ammonia combustion for large furnaces - Air Liquide is constructing an industrial scale pilot plant in Antwerp, that will be used to demonstrate ammonia cracking and combustion in a process furnace with a multiple burner configuration.

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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

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May / June 2024

  • Ammonia in a future hydrogen economy
  • A catalyst for the most demanding HTS applications
  • A new low methanol shift catalyst
  • Ammonia combustion for large furnaces
  • Plant Manager+
  • New merchant ammonia projects
  • The future of hydrogen
  • Chinese urea exports
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