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Singapore Emerges as a Maritime Ammonia Center

Two recent announcements show Singapore emerging as a center for development of ammonia as a maritime fuel. In both cases, multi-party coalitions, with Singaporean connections, are focusing on ground-breaking work.

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AEA Australia conference announced for August 2019: Ammonia = Hydrogen 2.0

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Australian chapter of the Ammonia Energy Association (AEA Australia) has announced details of its inaugural conference, which will take place on August 22 and 23, 2019, and will be held at CSIRO in Clayton, Victoria. Entitled "Ammonia = Hydrogen 2.0," the conference will focus on the role of ammonia within the Australian hydrogen economy, specifically "Building an energy export industry using Green Ammonia." In addition to a full program of talks by invited speakers, networking events will include panel discussions, a poster session, and the conference dinner. Registration for the event is now open, with an early booking discount available until July 5.

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U.S. EPA’s Toxicological Review of Ammonia

On September 20 last year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the release of the IRIS Toxicological Review of Ammonia - Noncancer Inhalation (Final Report). The Interagency Science Discussion Draft of the Ammonia IRIS Assessment and accompanying comments were also released. The report was the culmination of almost five years of work by the EPA and a specially convened Scientific Advisory Board. September 20 also happened to be the day of the Storage and Safety Session at the 2016 NH3 Fuel Conference. This is a striking coincidence because safety is seen as a key barrier to the adoption of ammonia as a sustainable energy carrier, and the report is a substantial contribution to the literature of ammonia safety.

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A Hazard Assessment of Ammonia as a Fuel: Understanding the Hazards and Managing the Risks / Threats of Ammonia as a Fuel

A Hazard Assessment of Ammonia as a Fuel: Understanding the Hazards and Managing the Risks / Threats of Ammonia as a Fuel Gary Smith, President, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI), Tony Garcia, Hill Brothers Chemical Corp., and John Mott, General Manager of Gordon Brothers    

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Ensuring Safety in Ammonia Fueled Vehicles and Stationary Power Generation

Ensuring Safety in Ammonia Fueled Vehicles and Stationary Power Generation Tony Garcia and Ron Hill, Hill Brothers Chemicals, and Gary Smith, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute

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Controlling the Risk and Hazard of Ammonia

Controlling the Risk and Hazard of Ammonia Gary Smith, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute, and Anders Lindborg, Ammonia Partnership AB

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Singapore Emerges as a Maritime Ammonia Center

Two recent announcements show Singapore emerging as a center for development of ammonia as a maritime fuel. In both cases, multi-party coalitions, with Singaporean connections, are focusing on ground-breaking work.

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AEA Australia conference announced for August 2019: Ammonia = Hydrogen 2.0

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Australian chapter of the Ammonia Energy Association (AEA Australia) has announced details of its inaugural conference, which will take place on August 22 and 23, 2019, and will be held at CSIRO in Clayton, Victoria. Entitled "Ammonia = Hydrogen 2.0," the conference will focus on the role of ammonia within the Australian hydrogen economy, specifically "Building an energy export industry using Green Ammonia." In addition to a full program of talks by invited speakers, networking events will include panel discussions, a poster session, and the conference dinner. Registration for the event is now open, with an early booking discount available until July 5.

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U.S. EPA’s Toxicological Review of Ammonia

On September 20 last year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the release of the IRIS Toxicological Review of Ammonia - Noncancer Inhalation (Final Report). The Interagency Science Discussion Draft of the Ammonia IRIS Assessment and accompanying comments were also released. The report was the culmination of almost five years of work by the EPA and a specially convened Scientific Advisory Board. September 20 also happened to be the day of the Storage and Safety Session at the 2016 NH3 Fuel Conference. This is a striking coincidence because safety is seen as a key barrier to the adoption of ammonia as a sustainable energy carrier, and the report is a substantial contribution to the literature of ammonia safety.

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A Hazard Assessment of Ammonia as a Fuel: Understanding the Hazards and Managing the Risks / Threats of Ammonia as a Fuel

A Hazard Assessment of Ammonia as a Fuel: Understanding the Hazards and Managing the Risks / Threats of Ammonia as a Fuel Gary Smith, President, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI), Tony Garcia, Hill Brothers Chemical Corp., and John Mott, General Manager of Gordon Brothers    

Paper

Ensuring Safety in Ammonia Fueled Vehicles and Stationary Power Generation

Ensuring Safety in Ammonia Fueled Vehicles and Stationary Power Generation Tony Garcia and Ron Hill, Hill Brothers Chemicals, and Gary Smith, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute

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Controlling the Risk and Hazard of Ammonia

Controlling the Risk and Hazard of Ammonia Gary Smith, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute, and Anders Lindborg, Ammonia Partnership AB