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Tuesday, 16 August 2022

The results of Toyota’s blue ammonia study are in

Toyota Tsusho presented the results of its six-month study into producing blue ammonia in Egypt to the Oil Ministry, according to a ministry statement. In a preliminary study, the Japanese firm looked into installing carbon capture and storage (CCUS) tech at factories owned by Misr Fertilizers Production Company (Mopco) and Abu Qir Fertilizers to make blue ammonia and recommended that more detailed feasibility studies be conducted. (Blue ammonia is essentially your average ammonia + carbon capture.)

Five more food staples can be bought using ration cards starting September: The Supply Ministry has added ghee, flour, tahini, tuna and jam to its list of supplies eligible for purchase through ration cards, according to a Supply Ministry statement. Ration card holders will be able to purchase these staples at lower-than-market prices starting 1 September, when credit hikes for ration cards come into effect.

AND- The National Bank of Egypt (NBE) launched its Al Ahly Points Merchants program with Mastercard to promote the use of POS and other digital payment methods among traders. (Statement, pdf)

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