Green House Gases (GHG): Carbon Dioxide, Methane, Nitrous Oxide, water vapor, and fluorinated gases.
Green Ammonia: Ammonia produced from green energy, such as water and air.
Blue Ammonia: Ammonia produced from conventional means where the Carbon Dioxide is sequestered.
Cyan: The color blue-green or aqua-marine
NH3: Chemical Symbol for Ammonia
CyaNH3: Ammonia produced from flared, stranded, vented, or waste gas. While not entirely green by conventional definition, recovering the gas and producing ammonia which is then used to displace heavy-hydrocarbon fuels results is a net reduction in overall GHG emissions.
Micro: Natural gas rates of 100,000 to 200,000 cubic feet per day
Small: Natural gas rates from 500,000 to 10 million cubic feet per day (mmscfd)
Medium: Natural gas rates above 50 mmscfd
Large: Natural gas rates over 300 mmscfd