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Primorye will build one of the world's largest plant for the production of mineral fertilizers

As the press service of the Primorsky Territory administration reported yesterday, representatives of the investor company National Chemical Group CJSC, heads of specialized departments of the Primorsky Territory took part in the meeting on the implementation of the investment project "Mineral Fertilizers Plant", which was held by the first vice-governor of the Territory ...

The technical director of the NHG, Taras Ganaga, said that the project was included in the federal targeted development program for the development of the Far East and the Baikal region.

According to him, the future plant will be one of the largest in the world. Here the most modern technologies will be applied. The location of the object selected Nakhodka urban district.

The project is export-oriented, however, investors are confident that the plant’s products will be in demand by Russian agricultural producers.

“The capacity of the first stage of the facility is one million tons of ammonia, 2 million tons of urea and one million tons of methanol. In addition to production facilities, the facility includes autonomous power generation, its own water intake, a shipping terminal, as well as an extensive social infrastructure: a residential area and social facilities, ”said Taras Ganaga.

Mineral fertilizer plant will create thousands of jobs 2.

“We will need highly qualified personnel, the so-called“ working intelligentsia ”. Therefore, already in 2016 we will begin to recruit specialists and train them, including abroad, ”the NHG representatives reported.

Sergei Sidorov said that the regional leadership will assist the project.

"We need to understand the scope of future work to provide assistance at the regional level. This concerns land management issues, changes to the general layout of the territory, "he stressed.

Also, Sergei Sidorov drew the attention of investors to the need to make the project open to residents of Primorye. “The population has the right to know about such plans. Explain to people that the facility is safe and will not harm the ecology of the region, ”the First Vice Governor emphasized.


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