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Rotterdam proposed Ammonia terminal

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ACE Terminal. A detailed graphic visualisation of the proposed import terminal:

  • based on Gasunie’s existing ammonia storage infrastructure on the Maasvlakte, with room to build more on neighboring HES sites.
  • a deep-sea quay will allow access for VLGC vessels, with direct access to sea shipping lanes around Rotterdam.
  • to complement storage and allow for the use of hydrogen fuel, an ammonia cracker could possibly be a design feature.
  • direct connection to Gasunie’s national hydrogen pipeline network in the Netherlands, which will in turn feed into European hydrogen grids.

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