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The conversion to Green Play Ammonia™ will require billions of dollars of investment over a 10-year period.
 The NH3 processors, the storage, and the application
 system can be 20% complete by 2030.

                                           How will this all come together?

First, a move back to ammonia—without the middleman, oligarch pricing, and poor supply.

For producers a starting price of $100 to $300 per ton adjusted annually.

Anhydrous Ammonia supercharges crop yield, and at a fraction of the fertilizer cost to farmers. Exactrix® and Proton Ventures are forming a joint marketing agreement for small-scale ammonia plants using low-cost wind power.

The goal is to build 10 optimized plants, and these will supply 700,000 to 1 million acres initially in typical crop rotations with legumes. In irrigated Platte River Valley scenarios, one plant will be dedicated to 36,000 acres or irrigated corn production. The plants will be considered optimum scale compared to mega-sized NH3 plants.

The Anhydrous Ammonia is producer owned the minute it is built, so the ammonia is always available. Plants are controlled from a safe, central location.

• Small-scale ammonia plants generally supply 1,000- 4,000 tons of nitrogen annually, and the plants’ wind power will cost 1.2 cents to 2.2 cents per KW. This is the least expensive power in American agriculture and North America.

• Farmers get the lowest transportation cost to the use point. Transport of production goes on farm by Yielder NFuel Energy.

• The NH3 futures market is broader and more stable, not subject to Oligarch interference or the price of NG.

• GHG is reduced greatly when using wind power and Exactrix® application technology in no-tillage farming.

• Application safety is improved by using DOT hazmat trucks and drivers to the delivery point. Drivers and others are trained carefully and similar to propane delivery.

• The plants use high-quality pressure vessels and the safest, most advanced technologies to deliver the NH3. Untrained drivers are removed. Light-duty towing pickups pulling 1,000 gallon, 40-year-old nurse trailers are prohibited. Only the best equipment is used.

The goal is to start building ammonia immediately with existing technology with an official planning start date of September 2021 and production in 24-36 months at 10 locations.

In 48 months, 50 additional plants will be constructed. An anniversary date of 60 plants is set for the 2025 operating year. By 2030 to 2032, a total of 500 plants will supply Green Play Ammonia™ with 2,000,000 metric tons of production in a price range of $100 to $300 per ton.

No doubt resourceful farmers can help break the Oligarch hold and bring ammonia back from $300 per ton to $100 per ton by 2030.

Farmers can ease processes with NH3 readily available at the farm site and common and guaranteed analysis at 82.42% N as NH3. The highest quality ammonia will be the norm, with no problems with compressor oils and pipeline contaminants. All-new infrastructure with the most modern of equipment will be centrally controlled.

Now is the time to bring on the hydrogen economy with practical NH3. Farmers can work together to help use Anhydrous Ammonia for irrigation engines, diesel engine dual fuel designs, and as a heat source for buildings and dryers. Turbine generators develop DC power at the NH3 batteries.  Fuel cells have been developed that can also use NH3.

Ammonia is the low-cost performer with great storage and handling techniques. Anhydrous Ammonia  is a dense material with a triplex hydrogen molecule. Since NH3 has no carbon, it is not a carcinogen.

The value of the storage tank has been doubling from the original cost at the last auctions in Nebraska and North Dakota at $1.80 to $2.00 per gallon for 38-year-old Trinity Tanks. The 30,000 gallon storage tanks and 60,000 gallon storage tanks hold value for many years.

The NH3 pressure vessel tanks are 1.5 to 2.2 lbs. per gallon and cost $3.50 to $3.75 per gallon, installed $6.00 per gallon with pumps for 30,000 gallons on the farm.  Newer storage vessels in 30,000 gallon capacity weigh about 45,000 lbs.

Portable storage tanks of 22,000 gallon capacity are also available at each Green Play Ammonia™, Yielder® NFuel Energy plant. Portable storage allows fueling of Asphalt plants, Concrete Kilns, and remote power of NH3 turbines and engine conversions to NH3 fueling.

How critical is it to be mobile and always available?

The failure of Mega Plants, 35 locations and controlled by the Oligarchs.
Large 1 million to 8 million gallon storage tanks boiling at 28*F has never made sense. A big target in times of war. Localized storage in pressure vessels is superior, inspection is required, and easy repair.

1-So, how will this work?

2-What will be required?

3-What benefits will farmers see?

4-The Details behind the Plan What will change?

5-Who will be involved?

6-How will fertilizer shift?

7-The conversion to
 Green Play Ammonia™

8-The need for serious capital

9-Where will the money go?

10-How will the investment
pay off for those vested in Energy?

11-Three powerhouse options for
 timely delivery of NH3

12-Solving the fossil fuel problem in North American agriculture

13-Think big. Think clean. Think bold.

14-Move over, fossil fuels.

15-Who knew? Now you do. Random facts at your fingertips

16-More facts on fossil fuel

17-What happened to regulation and education?

18. Video Training, The New Era Green Play Ammonia®, Yielder® NFuel Energy.

19. Advanced information you can order.

20. GHG Articles