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Dubai: The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) in partnership with Fertiglobe has sold its first cargo of blue ammonia to Japanese trading firm Itochu for use in fertilizer production. Fertiglobe, a joint venture between chemicals maker OCI and ADNOC, will produce blue ammonia at its Fertil plant in Ruwais for delivery to ADNOC’s customers in Japan.

The shipments, which were sold at an attractive premium to ‘grey ammonia’, represent the first production milestone of a planned scale-up of blue ammonia production capabilities in Abu Dhabi, which is expected to include a low-cost debottlenecking program at Fertil. Fertiglobe will join ADNOC and ADQ as a partner in a new 1 million metric tons per annum blue ammonia project at Ta’ziz in Ruwais, subject to regulatory approvals.

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