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Dusseldorf - Dusseldorf Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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Previous Close22.00
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Day's Range22.00 - 22.20
52 Week Range20.20 - 29.20
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  • Reuters

    Japan's IHI to study converting LNG terminals into ammonia-based facilities

    Japan's IHI Corp has started studies on possible conversion of liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and storage terminals located close to gas-fired power plants into ammonia-based facilities, it said on Wednesday. IHI will look at possibility to modify LNG terminals in the second half of this decade, as it wants to use ammonia - a carbon-neutral fuel - for boilers and gas turbines, it said. Last week, IHI agreed with General Electric's turbine manufacturing unit to develop gas turbines operating on ammonia to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

  • Zacks

    General Electric (GE), IHI to Make Ammonia-Based Gas Turbine

    General Electric (GE) signs an MOU with Japan's IHI to develop technology by 2030 that would allow some of GE's existing gas turbines to safely burn 100% ammonia.

  • Benzinga

    General Electric, IHI Join Forces To Develop Emission-Free Gas Turbines

    General Electric Co (NYSE: GE) and Japanese heavy industry manufacturer IHI Corp (OTC: IHICF) (OTC: IHICY) agreed to jointly develop ammonia combustion technologies for heavy-duty gas turbines to generate electricity with reduced or near zero CO₂ emissions. In June 2021, GE and IHI agreed to conduct an economic assessment for using ammonia as a carbon-free fuel for existing and new gas turbines. The companies will further define a technology roadmap to develop gas turbine technologies by 2030 th