Trammo and Canada-based Teal Corporation have signed an exclusive supply and off-take agreement this week for green ammonia produced at Teal’s to-be-built plants. The first – a hydroelectric ammonia plant in Quebec – represents about one-third of the total planned production capacity. Trammo and Teal are working together on additional projects in “strategic locations” to increase production volume to more than 2.5 million tonnes of green ammonia. In the announcement, Trammo indicates that it will take responsibility for marketing and transport of ammonia to local and global customers via its fleet of “specialized refrigerated vessels”.
The agreement with TEAL allows TRAMMO to secure a supply and offtake of 800,000 metric tons of green ammonia from an ammonia production plant to be built on prime industrial land in Sept-Iles, Quebec already secured by TEAL with access to existing world-class port and energy infrastructure. The project in Sept-Iles, Quebec, Canada is one of the few in the world to produce green ammonia from hydroelectric power…At the current rate of project development, TRAMMO expects to have this additional supply available for its customers within the next three to four years.Details of the agreement in Trammo’s official press release, 28 March 2022
Trammo: supply & off-take
Trammo is no stranger to the space, with a number of significant deals signed over the last year:
- in March 2021, securing membership of the Transhydrogen Alliance: a consortium that includes Proton Ventures and Varo and which aims to import 2.5 million tonnes of ammonia into the Port of Rotterdam.
- a deal signed last May with AustriaEnergy and Ökowind for full off-take from the 2 GW HNH project in Chile.
- and a deal with Korea-based Lotte Fine Chemical to supply green ammonia to the country.