Ammonia Week in Review | January 8, 2021

January 8th, 2021 | , ,


Low-charge ammonia systems are on the rise in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Bullish on Low-Charge Ammonia – Based on documented energy-efficiency gains, centralized, low-charge DX ammonia systems will continue to gain momentum, says Australian NatRef pioneer Stefan Jensen. […keep reading]

Risk Ranking Matrix (Part 6) – In order to objectively rate the risk of each scenario that is considered, most PHAs utilize a risk ranking matrix. […keep reading]

A Look at the 25 Rubicon Accidental Releases Over 10 Years that Potentially Exposed 130 Workers – Between January 2010 and December 2019, Rubicon LLC notified state and local officials about 25 accidental releases of potentially harmful chemicals that resulted in the exposure or potential exposure of company employees or contractors on its 81-acre campus in Ascension Parish. […keep reading]

2021 California CUPA Conference (Virtual) – Two Resource Compliance Team Members will be presenting at this year’s conference. […keep reading]

ShipFC Aims to Bring Ammonia Fuel Cells to Deepsea Shipping – The ShipFC project – funded by the EU’s Research and Innovation program Horizon 2020 under its Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking – aims to demonstrate the viability of ammonia fuel in the future of deepsea shipping.  […keep reading]

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