Fuella and Skipavika Industrial Park to jointly develop a 300mtpd green ammonia plant
BERGEN / GULEN, Norway.
The Norwegian green fuel development company, Fuella AS, and Skipavika Industrial Park announce the signing of a partnership agreement to jointly develop a green ammonia production facility with a daily production capacity of 300 metric tons by 2025.
Localised in an area with heavy shipping traffic in the Mongstad basin, the facility has optimal preconditions to significantly contribute to decarbonization of the Norwegian shipping sector by providing locally produced green ammonia as source of carbon free fuel.
Significant synergies within the green industrial cluster, that is evolving at the Skipavika Industrial Park, have been identified and are an integrated part of the development focus.
Rolf Kehlhofer, Chairman of Fuella: “We are very pleased with this partnership that enables the facility to produce carbon free fuel in close range to a major shipping hub and in outstanding synergies within the industrial park. This project has the potential to be a major enabler for the scale-up of climate friendly shipping in Norway.”
Lars Hellandsjø, Managing Director of Skipavika Industrial Park: “This partnership is a perfect fit with our strategy to create an industrial park that promotes green initiatives and simultaneously provides for synergies between the different projects located here.”