Cyan Ammonia FPSO

September 2023 After a year of R&D, we filed our formal patent for an FPSO capable of producing H2 and/or NH3.  The Cyan Ammonia FPSO is targeted for flared and stranded gas around the world with the option of replacing the front-end of the plant (i.e., the gas to H2) with electrolyzers in the future enabling the facility to be repurposed to produce H2/NH3 from renewable energy when these technologies become economically viable.  While the FLNG solution is suitable for dry gas fields and shallow-sheltered waters, it is challenging to commercialize in un-sheltered water and for rich gas.  It is almost impossible to commercialize offshore stranded gas where the LNG production is below 1 MMTPA (133 mmscfd)  What we discovered during our research (and analysis of 70 associated gas streams from 200 fields) was that the heating value of the associated gas, currently being flared or reinjected, can range from dry to very wet (1760 btu /scf), with an average heating value of roughly 1250 b

Webinar Case for Ammonia

Case for Ammonia Webinar CyaNH3 LLC hosted a Webinar from September 20-22, 2022.  Due to the confidential nature of the presentation, only some are available on Youtube. Presentations Day 1 – Small Scale Ammonia 07:00 Welcome and Introductions CyaNH3 07:15 Ammonia Energy Association AEA 07:30 Case for Ammonia CyaNH3 08:30 Small-Scale Ammonia Technology Integration Project RTI 09:30 Small Scale Modular Plants Pyramid E&C 10:30 Techno-Economic and Supply Chain Analysis UMN Day 2 – Marine & Offshore 07:00 Welcome and Introductions CyaNH3 07:15 Business Scheme for Ammonia FPSO (JOIN, JBIC) J-DeEP   Ammonia Fuel Trading Trend K-Line   Offshore /FPSO experience and hull and storage construction JMU   Large Scale Offshore Ammonia 9:30 Ammonia FPSO Concept CyaNH3 Day 3 – R&D to improve NH 3  economics 08:00 West Central Research Outreach Center & Virtual Tour UMN 09:30 Enhancing Ammonia Production using Absorbents UMN 10:00 Thomas E. Murphy Engine Lab UMN Description of the E

Deep Dive into Offshore Flaring and Stranded Gas

Deep-Dive into Offshore Flared and Stranded Gas While Cya NH3 intends to develop a solution for each of the three opportunities, we are the furthest ahead with a solution for off-shore flared and stranded gas.   This page therefore focuses on flared and stranded gas from off-shore developments. Data is provided in a combination of Field (English Imperial) and Metric units following regional industry conventions.   For example, Field units tend to be preferred in the Gulf of Mexico and West Africa, while Metric is the norm in Brazil. General As discussed earlier, the de-facto solution for gas monetization has been the following in preferential order. ·        Collect and sell gas to local consumers, ideally transmitted via pipe-lines.   ·        If the distance to the consumer is excessive (field and project specific but notionally a 1000 miles), consider conversion of the gas to liquified natural gas (i.e., LNG).   Currently for this solution to be economical, typically any new


Did you know the world currently flares over three trillion cubic feet of natural gas per year?  In countries like Brazil and Nigeria, this is not just unnecessary green-house gas emissions, but a missed opportunity: because the gas could be used to produce a valuable Nitrogen-based fertilizer.  The natural gas to Ammonia process is over a hundred years old and used to produce roughly half of all the Ammonia consumed today.  We, at Cyan Ammonia, believe that through the deployment of small modular plants, we could capture enough gas to meet the increase in demand for Ammonia over the coming decade, while reducing green-house gas emissions, and potentially sequestering the carbon dioxide through reinjection. Ammonia is not only a feed-stock for fertilizer, it is also a carrier for a carbon-free fuel:  Hydrogen. Would you rather have Natural Gas Flares or Fertilizer? About Us