Ammonia Week in Review | October 30, 2020


More natural refrigeration training facilities are emerging in Latin America in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

NatRef Training Facilities Emerge in Latin America – As natural refrigerant-based systems are increasingly installed in Latin American countries, more training opportunities for technicians are beginning to emerge, according to a training panel at ATMOsphere America’s first Latin America day last week. […keep reading]

PHA Overview (Part 1) – In the next several blogs, we will consider various aspects of PHAs to help improve understanding regarding this important process safety activity. […keep reading]

Ammonia: A Future-Fuels Frontrunner – As the industry implements its strategy for cutting greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, manufacturers are beginning to develop main propulsion engines and auxiliary generators to burn alternative fuels. […keep reading]

ABS Publishes Guidance on Ammonia as a Marine Fuel – Classification society ABS has published guidance on Ammonia as Marine Fuel, evaluating the challenges in design and operation of ammonia-fueled vessels. […keep reading]

Researchers Combine Plasma-Assisted Nitrogen Oxidation and Lean NOx Trap Technology for Ammonia Production – A team from KU Leuven and the University of Antwerp in Belgium has developed a new process that is suitable for the distributed, small-scale production of “green” ammonia. […keep reading]

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