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Nitrogen+Syngas
The magazine for the nitrogen and syngas industries


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Nitrogen+Syngas magazine, in print and online, featuring our regular price trends, market outlook & industry news plus our articles on:

  • The outlook for urea - Although the market has weathered the pandemic relatively well, a significant amount of new capacity is due to come on-stream in the next year or so, and could keep prices depressed unless more Chinese capacity closes
  • Nitrogen and methanol in the Caribbean - Gas availability and pricing continues to affect ammonia and methanol output from Trinidad, while Venezuela struggles with sanctions and political instability
  • Nitrogen project listing 2021 - Nitrogen+Syngas's annual listing of new ammonia, urea, nitric acid and ammonium nitrate plants
  • Syngas from waste - Gasification technology offers the promise of being able to convert the increasing volumes of municipal waste generated by society into useful chemical products. In spite of a patchy commercial record, interest in the process remains high
  • Blue technologies in the transition to lower carbon footprint - the role of blue technologies as part of a roadmap towards the decarbonisation of fuels and chemicals - with thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, Haldor Topsoe and Casale
  • Rectisol™ column design with structured packings - By using a Rectisol™ demonstration unit at one of Air Liquide's industrial production sites, Air Liquide Engineering & Construction has gained unique know-how in Rectisol™ column design with structured packings, resulting in significant capex and opex savings
  • The green and safe way to produce ammonium nitrate - thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions discusses how to achieve safety in ammonium nitrate plants while maintaining outstanding product quality
  • Improving the process economics of ammonia plant operation - The unexpected global Covid-19 pandemic has injected a higher degree of uncertainty for ammonia manufacturers' operating costs and product demand for fertilizer. AVEVA discusses how advanced process control systems can help ammonia producers turn economic uncertainty into a competitive advantage

Plus Plant Manager+ Why use a vacuum based leak detection system?.. all in the May/June issue of Nitrogen+Syngas, in print and online - LOGIN NOW


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Nitrogen+Syngas provides unrivalled technical and market coverage of synthesis gas and its derivatives – on the nitrogen side, ammonia and downstream products, urea, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate and UAN – as well as hydrogen, methanol and gas-, biomass- and coal-to-liquid technologies

Both in print and onlinee, Nitrogen+Syngas is the only publication to provide global coverage of the nitrogen and syngas industries, with unequalled insight into technologies and developments for producers worldwide.

Nitrogen+Syngas is distributed at all key industry conferences and events, emphasising its recognised position as the market’s leading title.
 

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And not only will you receive 6 printed issues, but also 6 online PDF issues to access whenever and wherever you choose plus a copy of Fertilizer Industry Directory - the buyer’s guide to products, services, plant and equipment complete with its worldwide guide to fertilizer suppliers (worth UK £250 ).
 

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Latest issue:
May/June 2021

  • Plant Manager+ Why use a vacuum based leak detection system?
  • Urea markets
  • Nitrogen and methanol in the Caribbean
  • Syngas from waste
  • Blue technologies in the transition to lower carbon footprint
  • Rectisol™ column design with structured packings
  • The green and safe way to produce ammonium nitrate
  • Improving the process economics of ammonia plant operations
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