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QatarEnergy's affiliates, QatarEnergy Renewable Solutions and Qatar Fertiliser Company, have collaborated to launch the Ammonia-7 Project, the world's largest blue ammonia facility, with a capacity of 1.2 million tons per annum.

Scheduled for completion by Q1 2026 in Mesaieed Industrial City, the project represents a significant investment of approximately USD 1 billion. The construction agreement, including engineering, procurement, and construction, was signed with a consortium led by ThyssenKrupp and Consolidated Contractors Company.

This initiative aligns with QatarEnergy's sustainability strategy, aiming to produce low-carbon energy products and fuels. Blue ammonia, produced with captured carbon dioxide during conventional ammonia production, supports this goal by offering a low-carbon alternative for power generation. QatarEnergy Renewable Solutions will oversee carbon capture and storage (CCS) facilities, renewable electricity supply, certification, and marketing of Blue Ammonia, emphasizing the company's commitment to renewable energy and sustainability. The project underscores QatarEnergy's role in advancing clean and affordable energy production to facilitate the global energy transition, aligning with Qatar's broader strategy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through CCS initiatives.

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