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GOVE GOES GREEN
A multi-billion-dollar Green Hydrogen and Green Ammonia Plant could create thousands of jobs in a remote northern Territory township still reeling from the shock of a refinery shutdown.
The agreement was signed by Howard Smith and Alister Trier from the NT Government, Alfred Benedict from Allied Green Ammonia, Klaus Helms from Gumatj Corporation, and Emir Aziz from Allied Green Ammonia at NT Resources Week.
Gumatj chief executive Klaus Helms says the announcement demonstrates that there is economic life in Gove after Rio Tinto’s mine shuts by the end of the decade.
Allied Green Ammonia and the progressive Indigenous-run Gumatj Corporation have signed a deal to build a production hub on the Gove Peninsula.
ALLIED GREEN AMMONIA (AGA) is an Australian Company with a vision to develop and operate Australia’s flagship Green Ammonia production facility (the “Project”) in the Northern Territory, Australia. Together, we are Australia’s Allied Green Ammonia (AGA). Green Ammonia plays an essential role in decarbonizing hard-to-electrify sectors of the economy, such as long-haul trucking, aviation, shipping, and heavy industries.
The project will be an economic boost for the Northern Territory, Australia, creating construction jobs and full-time positions to operate and maintain the facility. It will also promote skills development and education pathways and catalysts for new advanced manufacturing and regional development.