Fertilizer production is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants. Therefore, sustainable production and environmental considerations are of increasing importance across the global fertilizer industry.
From September 20th to 23rd, CRU’s Sustainable Fertilizer Production Technology Forum will take place online. The event will deal with all aspects related to sustainability in the fertilizer production chain, including climate-friendly production methods and environmental management.
During the opening session with the title Transforming the nitric acid sector: Advancing N2O abatement on Monday, September 20th, representatives of Nitric Acid Climate Action Group will present the NACAG initiative and its offer and discuss its interlinkages with national and international climate policies. Following a presentation, questions will be answered during a live Q&A session.
Further topics covered at the conference are sustainable production of nitrogen, syngas and phosphate derivatives, with a focus on green hydrogen and PtX. The content will be primarily technical, focusing on new innovations in sustainable fertilizer production, as well as showcasing existing and updated technologies that improve energy efficiency and environmentally sustainable production in existing production assets.