Norwegian firm secures Enova aid for large-scale ammonia production

Horisont Energi has been awarded NOK 10m by Norwegian government-owned organization Enova to support its technology concept study for ammonia project Barents Blue, which Haldor Topsøe is also taking part in.

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Norwegian energy firm Horisont Energi, which plans to set up large-scale ammonia production in Finnmark, Northern Norway, has been awarded NOK 10m (EUR 1m) in support from state organization Enova, the company writes in a statement.

The project, named Barents Blue, will be the first major greenfield ammonia facility in Europe, according to Horisont Energi, and will encompass offshore CO2 storage.

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