Amarenco, H2 Global Energy Consortium Teams Up with Jordan’s Ministry for €9 Billion Green Ammonia Project


In a groundbreaking collaboration, Amarenco and H2 Global Energy, part of a consortium, have forged a historic agreement with Jordan’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, represented by HE Dr. Saleh Al-Kharabsheh. This pivotal partnership marks the initiation of a revolutionary green hydrogen/ammonia production facility in Jordan, with an anticipated investment totaling €9 billion. Mr. Yazan Faouri signed the agreement on behalf of the consortium.


Project Overview


Upon completion, the facility aims to annually produce 1 million metric tons of green ammonia. This ambitious venture not only underscores innovative energy solutions but also highlights the consortium’s dedication to sustainable and eco-friendly practices. The production process will leverage an impressive 4.5GW of renewable energy, positioning Jordan as a key player in the global green energy sector.


Investing in Jordan’s Future

Yazan Faouri, CEO of Amarenco in the Middle East and North Africa, expressed, “The signing of this agreement is a milestone in our joint efforts towards a greener future. This €9 billion investment in Jordan’s energy sector signifies our belief in sustainable development and commitment to leading the way in renewable energy innovation. We are excited to embark on this journey, setting a new standard for energy projects worldwide.”

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A Milestone for Global Energy

The agreement between Amarenco, H2 Global Energy, and the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources in Jordan establishes a new benchmark in the realm of renewable energy. Ahmad Galal, Chief Development Officer of H2 Global Energy, noted, “We are proud to be part of this landmark project that promises to transform the global energy landscape.”

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