The Arab region is one of the largest areas qualified for the production of green ammonia and green hydrogen

Dr. El-Gabaly: Arab food security and prices of fertilizers, raw materials and gas in the interests of the Arab Fertilizers Forum

Dr. Sherif El-Gabaly, member of the Board of Directors of the Arab Fertilizers Union – representative of the Egyptian fertilizer industry in the Union’s Board of Directors said that this year’s forum will discuss many important issues, both the issue of Arab food security

, fertilizer prices and their developments in the coming period, and the prices of raw materials, especially gas, in light of the current global conditions, in addition to the important topic, which is

The topic of green ammonia and green hydrogen “the future of the next world’s energy”, due to its Arab and international interest,

Dr. Al-Gabali confirmed in press statements today that the forum in its new version is 2022. Cairo will witness during the period (1-3 March) this year explaining that the Arab region is one of the largest Areas eligible for green ammonia and green hydrogen production

, where the forum program will include a workshop on this topic attended by international specialists

Approximately m

will participate in the forum A prominent figure among the heads of Arab and international fertilizer companies, heads of relevant international organizations and bodies, and a group of experts, executives and general managers

, adding that the forum is considered the most important economic event in the fertilizer industry in the Middle East and North Africa region.

It is mentioned that the Arab Fertilizers Union is an Arab international non-governmental organization – General Foundations 2022 and works under the umbrella of the Council of Arab Economic Unity And the Economic and Social Council of the Arab League. The union brings together Arab institutions and companies working in the field of manufacturing and trading fertilizers and their raw materials and related fields. Its members constitute one third of the world’s plant nutrients trade “mineral fertilizers.”