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Blue Hydrogen, Ammonia and Urea Production Facility

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People. Flexibility. Relationships. Experience. REV0-31-MAR-2021 Audubon Companies conducted a comprehensive conceptual and front-end engineering design (FEED) study for a natural gas synthesis plant in the Northeast United States. The large-scale facility processes natural gas to produce blue ammonia and blue urea. The carbon dioxide (CO2) by-product was captured and sequestered (415,000 MTPA) into a geological forma on. The facility included natural gas trea ng, syngas produc on, air separa on, CO2 compression, ammonia produc on (5 MMTPA), and urea produc on (7.5 MMTPA). The process heat integra on and power demand for the facility were balanced using a gas turbine with a selec ve cataly c reduc on (SCR) system. The overall purpose of the facility is to process a natural gas flare stream to lower carbon emissions and help supply the world's increasing demand for energy through reliable and sustainable methods. Project Overview ▪ Decarboniza on ▪ Sustainable Energy ▪ CO2 Capture ▪ Geological CO2 Sequestra on ▪ Blue Hydrogen Produc on ▪ Blue Ammonia Produc on ▪ Urea Produc on ▪ Power Genera on PROJECT PROFILE BLUE HYDROGEN, AMMONIA & UREA PRODUCTION FACILITY Scope of Work ▪ Conceptual Study/FEED Engineering ▪ Technology Selec on ▪ Equipment Specifica on ▪ Facility Layout & Modeling ▪ Key Engineering Drawings ▪ Economic Modeling ▪ TIC Es ma ng ▪ Pro Forma Modeling for Investors Client: VENTURE CAPITAL, CONFIDENTIAL | Loca on: NORTHEAST, UNITED STATES

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