The future of low-carbon ammonia

Ryan Monis, director of chemical consulting with S&P Global Commodity Insights, joins Chemical Week senior editor Vincent Valk to discuss a new report detailing the future for low-carbon ammonia, including rising demand and ammonia's potential uses as an energy carrier.

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