Grannus Announces Plans for Stockton Ammonia Production Facility
Grannus announced today that they are collaborating with a major California oil producer in the development of a hydrogen and ammonia project in the Stockton area of California. The project is intended to sequester 100% of the CO2 produced in the production of blue hydrogen and ammonia. The specific location of the 100 ton per day hydrogen production facility has not been announced but will be within a 25-mile radius of the Port of Stockton. It is anticipated that the facility will supply 20 tons per day for the mobility hydrogen market and convert the balance to 440 tons per day of ammonia.
About Grannus: Grannus was formed in 2012 to develop and bring to market next generation hydrogen and ammonia production process technology. Grannus’ patented process replaces the traditional steam methane reformer with a more efficient partial oxidation boiler. This novel process creates synthesis gas at the lowest emissions level in the industry at efficiency levels exceeding existing best-of-class plant designs. For more information, visit www.grannusllc.com.