Liquid ammonia could become the ‘new LNG’


The growth of liquid ammonia could mirror the early rise of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector, leading it to develop into the ‘new LNG’.

That is the view of Stephen Harrison — Founder of sbh4Consulting — who spoke with gasworld on the fringes of last month’s European Industrial Gases Association (EIGA) conference, as featured exclusively on gasworld’s The 1895 Podcast.

Ammonia holds major potential as a low- and zero-emission fuel, replacing gasoline, diesel and fuel oil.

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