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Proton Ventures to complete the FEED for ammonia tanks

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Cyann Fielding

Journalist at Tank Storage Magazine.

Proton Ventures has annouced that it will complete Front-End Engineering Design (FEED) for the repurposing of two 30,000 m³ ammonia tanks in in Vlissingen, The Netherlands.

The Vesta terminal is located in Vlissingen and currently has two 30,000 m³ of refrigerated ammonia storage capacity, with plans for an initial throughput of one million tonnes of NH3 per year (MTPA).

The strategically located terminal is well equipped for the supply of green ammonia, catering to sea-going vessels, transhipment in barges and tank wagons.

In the second phase, the throughput capacity of the facility will be doubled and it will be connected to the Dutch hydrogen pipeline network.

A cracker on a global scale near the terminal is planned to convert the green ammonia back into hydrogen.

The commissioning of the Vesta Terminal project is scheduled for the 1st quarter of 2027.

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