This week, I published the data that drives AmmoniaIndustry.com as an Excel download.
This is a list of all the North American ammonia plants and their capacities, existing and announced. You can see what data I’ve included and download the Excel file here.
I’ll be posting updated versions of this file on a monthly basis, so if I could make this data more useful to you in the future, just let me know what adjustments you’d like to see.
I’m licensing this dataset – and all of the original content on AmmoniaIndustry.com – under a Creative Commons Attribution license – which means that you can use and reuse part or all of it in any way, for any purpose, as long as you attribute this site as the source.
The download is only available to Members because I’d like this website to provide value directly to its visitors (rather than selling its visitors to advertisers). Membership is immediate, and the income allows me to put more time into maintaining and expanding the site.
You may have noticed that lots of the pages on this site now have sections that are for Members only – particularly my research notes, which aim to provide general coverage of what’s important to know about a project. If you’d like to see an example, try the page for US Nitrogen, which I’ve left open to all – because there seems to be a lot of public interest in this project and it has perhaps the most convoluted narrative of all the ammonia plants now in development.