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CIP to build Europe's largest PtX plant in Denmark

Heavyweights within shipping and agriculture are prepared to handle the production of up to 900,000 tonnes of green ammonia per year at facility potentially ready in five years. The approximately EUR 1bn investment will be made through a new fund.

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(Updated 2:58 p.m. CET with comments from Michael Hannibal)

Europe's by-far biggest so-called Power-to-X facility could be a reality in Denmark five years from now, at which time it could be ready to supply carbon-free ship fuel.

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