Monjasa, a Danish bunker supplier, has inked a landmark agreement with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP)-managed power-to-x project HØST PtX Esbjerg on logistics and offtake of green ammonia for the maritime sector.
Described as one of Europe’s largest facilities of this kind, the wind and solar-powered project aims to produce around 600,000 tonnes of green ammonia annually for use in fertilisers and as a shipping fuel.
The agreement calls for Monjasa to not only provide logistics services for the distribution of green ammonia, but also to reserve a portion of the planned production, which will take place in southern Denmark near the port of Esbjerg.
The company said the move would bolster its position in Northwest Europe as the market for green marine fuels grows, but also give HØST PtX Esbjerg a boost as both parties would increase their reach and ability to market the fuel.Tags: CIP, Green Fuel, Logistics, Monjasa
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