Blue Hydrogen, Ammonia, & Urea Production Facility

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Blue Hydrogen,  Ammonia, & Urea Production Facility

Blue Hydrogen | Audubon Companies


Venture Capital Firm


Northeast, United States

Project Summary:

Audubon conducted comprehensive conceptual and front-end engineering design (FEED) studies 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 by-product is captured and sequestered (415,000 MTPA) into a geological formation.

The facility included natural gas treating, syngas production, air separation, CO2 compression, ammonia production (5 MMTPA), and urea production (7.5 MMTPA). The process heat integration and power demand for the facility were balanced using a gas turbine with a selective catalytic reduction (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:

  • Decarbonization
  • Sustainable energy
  • CO2 capture
  • Geological CO2 sequestration
  • Blue hydrogen production
  • Blue ammonia production
  • Urea production
  • Power generation

Scope of Work:

  • Conceptual study
  • Front-end engineering & design (FEED)
  • Technology selection
  • Equipment specification
  • Facility layout & modeling
  • Key engineering drawings
  • Economic modeling
  • Total installed cost estimating
  • Pro forma modeling for investors