EuroChem will sign a special investment contract to build the new plant

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia has approved the application of EuroChem for signing a special investment contract (SPIC) for the construction project of the EuroChem Northwest-2 plant (Kingisepp, Leningrad Region).

The project provides for the application of an energy-efficient technology for the production of ammonia and carbamide. A water treatment unit will also be created, capable of receiving river water and wastewater from adjacent industries, which will have a beneficial effect on the environmental situation in the area where the enterprise is located.

Earlier, Fertilizer Daily reported that the capacity of EuroChem Northwest-2 should be 1.1 million tons of ammonia and 1.4 million tons of carbamide per year. Its commissioning is scheduled for 2023.

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