Abu Dhabi’s Fertiglobe to aid world eliminate its carbon dioxide levels
(MENAFN) According to Fertiglobe chief executive, the Abu Dhabi-based chemicals conjoint enterprise of main energy firm Adnoc and Netherlands-listed OCI, is making investments in various initiatives to manufacture low and zero-carbon ammonia to benefit the world to eliminate its carbon footprint.
Based on Ahmed El Hoshy statement to The National in an interview, the firm, the world’s top seaborne exporter of urea and ammonia, intends to aid present and new clients aiming to use hydrogen in the shape of ammonia for marine fuels, power generation as well as other industrial appliances.
Mr El Hoshy, chief executive of OCI also stated, “we are going to play a very big role in the energy transition because there is a lot of discussion around hydrogen being a solution and its ability to provide energy.”
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