Bringing together pioneers driving clean ammonia production within the Middle East and beyond
Join the Argus Clean Ammonia Middle East Conference at the Anantara Mangroves Hotel in Abu Dhabi, UAE for three days of networking and first-class insight into one of the fuels of the future in the energy transition.
This conference will follow on from the sell-out European edition and bring together the clean ammonia and hydrogen production centre of the Middle East with key end users from around the world, and key sectors such as fertilizers, marine fuels, power generation and other hard to abate sectors.
Hear from leading industry speakers covering a range of topics including the importance of energy partnerships, creating a level regulatory playing field, regional project development for the supply of clean ammonia and critically, end-user views on how infrastructure needs to be developed to support a traded clean ammonia market.
Given the importance of ammonia in the future fuel matrix, the Argus Clean Ammonia Middle East Conference will also include an add-on Green Marine Fuels Focus Day. Join this focus day to gain insight into the wider picture for decarbonisation in the marine fuels sectors globally, as well as key insights into the role the Middle East will play in the production of these fuels, and ammonia’s positioning amongst the solutions available.
Expect to see global organisations attending from across the value chain including key producers, project developers, storage and infrastructure, financing and more, as well as those key end users.
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Hear leading industry speakers cover a range of topic areas including regional project development for the global supply of clean ammonia, technology and supporting gigawatt scale, and understand the end-use markets for Middle Eastern products as well as the main challenges and opportunities.
Explore ammonia as well as alternative fuels such as biofuels, hydrogen, methanol, and LNG in the matrix of future fuels, and the role of the Middle East in developing production and supply.
Join attendees from across a truly diverse range of industries, all working towards the decarbonisation of hard-to-abate sectors and their respective value chains. Enjoy ample time for discussion, make new contacts, and catch up with colleagues during our networking breaks, lunches, evening receptions, and more.