Lotte Chemical selects KBR’s Green Ammonia Technology

KBR has announced that its K-GreeN® technology has been chosen by a consortium composed of Lotte Chemical, Korea National Oil Corp (KNOC), and Samsung Engineering for Lotte Chemical’s H2biscus green ammonia project development in Sarawak, Malaysia. This announcement marks a significant step in the company’s journey towards sustainable solutions.

Under the terms of the agreement, KBR will provide a technology license and proprietary engineering design to Lotte Chemical for its green ammonia project. This project is expected to produce 800 KTA of green ammonia from hydropower, showcasing a significant move towards harnessing renewable energy sources.

“We are pleased to work with Lotte Chemical and support their energy transition objectives with our zero-carbon K-GreeN® technology,” said Doug Kelly, KBR President, Technology. This partnership not only signifies a shared commitment to sustainability but also demonstrates the potential of green technology in revolutionizing industry processes.

As a leader in advancing clean hydrogen technologies and solutions, KBR views green ammonia as a key enabler to achieving global net-zero targets. The company’s comprehensive suite of solutions, including green ammonia solutions and complementary technologies such as H2ACT, positions KBR as the preferred technology licensor for major energy transition projects worldwide.

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