Petrofac explores green hydrogen to ammonia in Egypt


Energy company Petrofac will join an in-country subsidiary of Mediterranean Energy Partners (MEP) to undertake an early-stage feasibility study for a new green hydrogen to ammonia facility in Egypt.

With Petrofac taking charge of delivering the project, its scope encompasses the production of 125,000 tonnes of green ammonia per year for export at Ain Sokhna Port on the Gulf of Suez. 

Commenting on its green energy venture, Alex Haynes, Head of Business Development, New Energy Services, Petrofac, said, “This award builds on our growing track record in the new energy space and recent green hydrogen projects in Australia, the UK, and other global locations.” 

The production of green ammonia and other alternative sustainable fuels could become key to supporting an energy transition away from fossil fuels, in addition to helping diversify ammonia supply. 

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