H2Carrier and Anori developing PtX project in Greenland; production of green ammonia on floating platform P2XFloater
H2Carrier AS and Greenland-based Anori A/S have signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with the purpose of developing the first commercial wind farm in Greenland with subsequent production and export of green ammonia.
The 1.5GW wind farm will supply power to H2Carrier’s floating production vessel for hydrogen and green ammonia, the P2XFloater. (Earlier post.) Green ammonia will be stored in tanks onboard the vessel, then exported to smaller shipping vessels and carried to the international market for ammonia. This large project will enable Greenland to play a key role within global decarbonization.
H2Carrier has developed a proprietary design for a vessel which will produce, store and export green ammonia, the P2XFloater. This design has been developed in a close co-operation with leading engineering firms in Norway. As far as H2Carrier is aware, the P2XFloater is the first of its kind to be launched on a global basis capable of producing hydrogen and ammonia on an industrial scale.
The P2XFloater is based on well-proven technologies from floating production of oil and gas (FPSO—floating production, storage and offloading) in combination with control systems which optimize renewable power, electrolyzers and the Haber-Bosch-process for production of ammonia. H2Carrier plans to build, own/lease and operate a fleet of P2XFloaters on PtX projects globally.