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Argus Clean Ammonia North America Conference

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Argus Clean Ammonia North America Conference

  • Houston, Texas
  • 12 June 2024  -  14 June 2024

Meet market-makers and explore the commercial future of clean ammonia in the Americas

Gain the latest insights you need to know into how North America is positioning itself as a leader in clean ammonia production in the critical energy hub of Houston, Texas.

The Inflation Reduction Act announced in 2022 transformed the project landscape for global clean ammonia production. This conference will provide critical updates on its progress and how it continues to drive supply and demand for hydrogen and ammonia in the US. Hear from senior industry leaders from across key US states such as Texas and Louisiana, as well as from Canada, Europe, Japan and the rest of the world.

Over the three days of the conference, explore the big questions many producers are facing around where demand is coming from, expect to hear perspectives from key domestic consumers, as well as international demand centres for clean ammonia. Further topics for discussion will include midstream infrastructure development in North America, the role of Independent Power Producers and Local Distribution Companies, certification and its role in making clean ammonia a fungible commodity and much more.

Participants will also have an opportunity to participate in the Carbon and CCS workshop on day one of the conference, available as an add-on, to gain insights into blue ammonia production projects, carbon storage challenges, CCS technology developments and join an exclusive networking breakfast.

Bechtel at the Argus Clean Ammonia North America Conference

Bechtel’s Operations Manager for Energy Transition John Gunn will take part in the US Gulf coast focus: Why are Texas and Louisiana well placed for clean ammonia production? panel on Thursday, 13 June 2024.

Principal Vice President & President of Bechtel Energy Technologies & Solutions Faisal Mohmand will moderate the session on Thursday, 13 June 2024 about Critical technology developments: What technologies are available? What are the main differences between steam methane reforming and autothermal reforming?