Nitrogen Ammonia Plant NITROGEN NORTH AMERICA
offers a unique, half day pre-conference
workshop on June 4:

Monetizing Gas and Coal
Into Ammonia

While hot topic issues of shale gas in the U.S. and coal in China are of current interest and rightfully receive a lot of attention and press, it is imperative to have a solid understanding of key industry fundamentals in order to appreciate how these issues impact profitability.

This workshop, led by an industry expert, reviews key industry fundamentals in the ammonia value chain, starting with the foundation of the industry — feedstocks including natural gas and coal.

The feedstock session then leads into a discussion of ammonia production around the world, comparing costs in the major regions.

Finally the downstream products in the ammonia value chain will be described, including the major fertilizer and industrial uses of ammonia. Especially important for industry newcomers, the instructor will clarify the technical jargon commonly used in the energy and petrochemical industry.

Instructor: Mark Wegenka, Managing Director, Chemical Consulting, IHS Markit

Time: 1:00pm – 5:00pm, Sunday, June 4

Workshop Agenda

Introduction & Ammonia Feedstocks
  -  Feedstocks: Natural Gas, Coal and Petcoke.

Introduction to Synthesis Gas and Ammonia Production
  -  Basic Production Processes Using Natural Gas and Coal
  -  Regional Ammonia Cost Comparisons

Exploring the Ammonia Value Chain
  -  Fertilizer Products
  -  Industrial Uses and Chemicals Made From Ammonia

What Delegates Will Receive: 
  - Networking opportunities and Q&A with the instructor
  - Color hard copy of workshop materials presentations
  - Certificates of course completion upon request

Who Can Benefit From This Workshop

Anyone who wants an overview of the key elements and profitability drivers of the ammonia industry, from industry newcomers to experienced workers needing a refresher course.

Monetizing Gas and Coal Into Ammonia is designed to be of interest to both technical and non-technical people including business analysts, purchasing agents, sales & marketing personnel, researchers, process engineers, bankers and finance professionals, lawyers, HR staff, as well as downstream processors and distributors.

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