SUMMARY STATUS: Planning Phase
Midwest BioEnergy is planning a series of small waste-to-ammonia plants at municipal and industrial sites in the heart of the ammonia fertilizer market. The Monmouth plant will be the "proof of concept." Some equity in place; debt financing secured, contingent upon equity investment.
UPDATED: 03/07/2016 — see Change Log. No further updates expected.
PROJECT: Brownfield urea plant
SUMMARY STATUS: Cancelled
Agrebon is no longer developing the Casselton plant. There have been no announcements regarding this site since April 2013. The team behind Agrebon regrouped as Bayotech, which continues to develop small-scale, modular ammonia reactors but shifts the team's focus away from biomass feedstocks.
OWNER: University of Minnesota
PROJECT: Pilot plant
SUMMARY STATUS: Operational
The Wind-To-Ammonia project at the University of Minnesota is a fully operational pilot plant, demonstrating the feasibility of using renewable energy to produce carbon-free ammonia.