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The First Green Ammonia Plant to be Developed in the US Midwest Will Be Based on Stamicarbon's Technology

Stamicarbon will provide its Stami Green Ammonia technology for the development of the first 240 mtpd green ammonia plant in the US Midwest, working alongside NextChem and MET Development on the first of Greenfield Nitrogen LLC's green ammonia facilities to be located in the US Corn Belt.  

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Stami Digital Performs First Remote Site Acceptance Test

Stami Digital has completed its first remote Site Acceptance Test (SAT), the final stage in the development of the customized Operator Training Simulator (OTS) that will be used to train the operators of the MOL Group’s new HPPO (Hydrogen Peroxide to Propylene Oxide) plant at MOL Petrochemicals site in Tiszaújváros, Hungary. Typically, during this stage of the development OTS stations are tested on site over a two-day period but this time the test was completed fully remotely.

Acron 1 granulation plant
New milestone in urea granulation: Acron's second granulation plant using Stamicarbon technology will be implemented in Velikiy Novgorod, Russia

Stamicarbon, the innovation and license company of Maire Tecnimont Group, will supply a 2000 mtpd urea granulation plant using Stamicarbon technology and proprietary equipment for JSC Acron, one of Russia’s major fertilizer producers, further consolidating its granulation business track record. This achievement strengthens a mutually fruitful relation with a leading fertilizer player, after Acron’s first granulation plant project awarded to Stamicarbon in 2018 and commissioned in 2020.

Engineers at the Monómeros chemical site in Barranquilla
Stamicarbon delivers remote revamp study for Monómeros Colombo Venezolanos nitric acid plant

Stamicarbon's Ammonium Nitrate - Nitric Acid (ANNA) team has delivered a revamp study for Monómeros Colombo Venezolanos mono-pressure nitric acid plant in Barranquilla, Colombia. The growing demand for fertilizers based on Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium (NPKs), which use nitric acid as a feedstock, triggered Monómeros to look for ways to produce more nitric acid at their own facility, and Stamicarbon being the original licensor could offer the most complete view of the project. The plant pre-assessment work and all stages of the project that followed took place virtually and the complete report for increasing and optimizing production, outlining two revamp options, was delivered successfully after six months.  

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Stamicarbon Leaps Towards Sustainable Fertilizer Production with Green Ammonia Technology

Stamicarbon is proud to announce the launch of Stami Green Ammonia Technology as a solution to tackle the global carbon challenge. The technology relies on renewable resources – instead of fossil fuels – to eliminate carbon from the process, paving the way for sustainable and green fertilizer production. Stamicarbon has signed exclusive cooperation with Argentinian-based Raybite S.R.L. for the commercialization of their small-scale ammonia technology package. The cooperation agreement means that Stamicarbon has become an ammonia licensor for small-scale ammonia plants. By adding this technology to Stamicarbon’s portfolio, commercialization of small-scale urea plants and mono-pressure nitric acid plants in green fertilizer projects becomes feasible.

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Stamicarbon participates in “PROMETEO” Green Hydrogen Project, for sustainable fertilizer production

ENEA, the Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, will lead an interdisciplinary consortium of nine European partners to develop an innovative prototype for high-temperature electrolysis, using renewable solar heat and power to produce green hydrogen in a continuous way. By working in close connection with leading European industrial companies, this challenging and innovative project called 'PROMETEO', will contribute to move a step forward in decarbonising the energy, chemical and nitrogen fertiliser sectors, in line with the EU decarbonisation targets by 2030. 

Panos Kouris wins Marc Cornelissen Brightlands Award

Stamicarbon congratulates Panos Kouris of start-up Vertoro, winner of the Marc Cornelissen Brightlands Award. Co-sponsored by Stamicarbon, the award was announced during a ceremony at the Brightlands campus in Geleen on Wednesday. The jury was impressed by Vertoro’s advanced plans to extract lignin from wood waste to use as fuel for ships or as a sustainable raw material for plastics. Dysmus Kisulu of Solar Freeze and Werner Schouten of the Young Climate Movement shared second place.

Stamicarbon sponsors Marc Cornelissen Brightlands Award for sustainability pioneers

Stamicarbon is pleased to announce a multi-year sponsor partnership with the Marc Cornelissen Brightlands Award. As an innovation company we know that the road to innovation can often be bumpy or subject to deviations. Stamicarbon is proud to support this award, that accelerates breakthrough ideas and the talented people behind them. All participants are offered a platform for knowledge, networking and collaboration, while the winner receives a cash prize of € 35,000 to take their idea to the next level. 

Remote Factory Acceptance Test
First-time success for STAMI DIGITAL as Protomation performs remote simulator testing

Protomation has successfully completed its first remote Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), recording a major milestone in the development of STAMI DIGITAL solutions. The test was a vital step in the development of the customized Operator Training Simulator (OTS) for a new HPPO plant in Hungary.