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Construction of a mineral fertilizer plant begins in Primorsky Krai

The project to create a mineral fertilizer plant in Primorye will soon receive a construction permit. According to the energy, oil and gas and coal industry departments of Primorsky Krai, a feasibility study and a business plan have been prepared. Construction of the complex will take place in three stages.

The project is being implemented by the National Chemical Group CJSC. The design capacity of the first phase for the production of gross ammonia will amount to 2,1 million tons, urea - 2 million tons, methanol - 1 million tons.

Today, the administration of the Nakhodka urban district has already concluded a lease agreement for a land plot for the construction of a plant. The company will be located in the village of Kozmino, near the port of Vostochny.

Taras Ganaga, technical director of the National Technical Group, said that the first stage of the plant is planned to be launched in 2017. According to the plan, it will start producing 2,1 million tons of ammonia per year, as well as 2 million tons of carbamide and 1 million tons of methanol annually.

Most of the products will be exported to India and other Asian countries. Some of the chemicals sold in domestic markets.

Negotiations are underway with Russian and international lenders, as well as potential investors of the project.

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