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Fertilizer and energy - how is it all connected?

Season 2, Ep. 10

What does food security and fertilizer have to do with energy? They both are in a massive markets change and with supply challenges globally, and especially in Europe with the war in Ukraine. Let's say we succeed with the journey towards a net-zero society, how does that look from a fertilizer perspective, and how does it interact with the energy industry on the way forward? Hear Alzbeta Klein in conversation with Valentina Kretzschmar form the ONS Conference. The conference is supported by Formue, Equinor, DNO, Baker Hughes, Deloitte, Lyse and Hitecvision.

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