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London – June 25, 2021 -It’s being called the “fuel of the future” in the new age of electric vehicles, but this common household chemical was already being used as a fuel nearly 80 years ago. With a massive diesel shortage set to disrupt Belgium during World War 2, the bus system was on the verge of shutting down. This would have left millions of people without transportation while the world was in a state of complete chaos. But engineers responded, producing a state-of-the-art combustion system using an ingredient you’d never expect: ammonia. Mentioned in today’s commentary includes: Royal Dutch Shell plc (NYSE: RDS-A), Chevron Corporation (NYSE: CVX), Baker Hughes Company (NYSE: BKR), TotalEnergies SE (NYSE: TTE), BP p.l.c. (NYSE: BP).
This is how ammonia is opening up a new corner of the EV market most aren’t expecting. And that’s why AmmPower Corp. (AMMP; AMMPF), a small energy company out of Canada, is so excited about the prospects of their new technology.
The Heavy Side of the Hydrogen Boom
AmmPower is currently developing proprietary technology that would help produce cleaner ammonia more efficiently. That’s a huge deal when trillions of dollars are now flowing into ESG funds, and the green energy revolution is touching seemingly every industry.
AmmPower is building modular units to produce ammonia, and their flexible design could make it easy for anyone from farmers to giant cargo freight operators to produce and store as much fuel as they need. That’s because their modular units will be scalable and stackable, so customers can buy larger models or stack more together to scale up production. And AmmPower’s (AMMP; AMMPF) technology could be a huge boon for the $14 trillion shipping industry, as they could help deliver more of this green fuel to drive massive cargo ships on long journeys.
But it may also go far beyond that, as ammonia could soon be used to power everything from cars to vans, trucks, forklifts, and jets. And with over 120 ports already equipped with ammonia terminals today, the transition to this “fuel of the future” may be coming sooner than we imagined.
Billion-Dollar Companies Paving the Path
Hydrogen companies have been riding this wave to multiple billion dollar valuations even as the switch to green energy is still relatively early. But despite the buzz we’re seeing about hydrogen in the media today, it also comes with a massive downside.
Because of the chemical qualities of the fuel, it can be extremely expensive to move it from one place to another. That’s because the hydrogen needs to be kept at -253 degrees Celsius, which requires either high-pressure tanks or cryogenic dewars. Ammonia, on the other hand, only needs to be kept at -33 degrees Celsius, making it both easier and much cheaper to transport. Plus, ammonia (or NH3) can be used to capture, store, and transport hydrogen (H2) since ammonia can be broken down into hydrogen for fuel as well.
That means that not only can ammonia be used for fuel on its own. It can also be turned into hydrogen, which opens the market up to power both ammonia and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. With ammonia set to play a massive role in fueling vehicles both on land and overseas, this is creating an incredible blue-sky opportunity for AmmPower (AMMP; AMMPF) to dominate this market in the months ahead.
Big Oil Looks To Capitalize On The Alternative Fuel Boom
Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has a massive global presence and is one of the world’s largest oil companies. Shell also bets on hydrogen as one of the fuels that could help cut emissions in the shipping industry. “We believe liquid hydrogen to be advantaged over other potential zero-emissions fuels for shipping, therefore giving a higher likelihood of success,” the supermajor said in its 2020 report ‘Decarbonising Shipping: Setting Shell’s Course.’
Just this year, BP (BP) revealed ambitious plans to create the largest hydrogen project in the U.K., looking to produce as much as 1GW of ‘blue’ hydrogen in the next ten years. The massive project would fuel job creation and much-needed development in the region.
“Clean hydrogen is an essential complement to electrification on the path to net-zero. Blue hydrogen, integrated with carbon capture and storage, can provide the scale and reliability needed by industrial processes,” Dev Sanyal, BP’s executive vice president of gas and low carbon energy explained.
In 2020, Total (TTE) and energy provider Engie applied for subsidies which, if obtained, would allow them to build the largest green hydrogen facility in France that will use only solar power to produce hydrogen. Patrick Pouyanné explained, “We have huge interest in hydrogen… We want to be a large producer at scale of clean hydrogen,” reiterating the firm’s ambition to become a broad energy company that is not just pumping oil and gas.
Chevron (CVX) is a global oil and gas giant founded 142 years ago by John D. Rockefeller himself. It is a leader in the industry, and the second-largest oil company on the New York Stock Exchange. Chevron is now looking to invest in low-carbon technologies such as hydrogen and carbon capture, utilization, and storage in its “Plan to Deliver Higher Returns, Lower Carbon.”
Baker Hughes (BKR) isn’t ignoring the hydrogen boom either. In fact, it teamed up with Snam, an emerging innovator in the field to build the world’s first hydrogen hybrid turbine for gas transportation that will compress and move hydrogen fuel blends through Snam’s transmission network. “We’ve launched a green hydrogen catapult,” said Marco Alverà of Snam.
By: Nicholas Moore
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