02 October 2007 17:18 [Source: ICIS news]
The plant will have capacity to produce 660,000 tonnes/year of urea and 396,000 tonnes/year of ammonia, with 23,000-25,000 tonnes of extra ammonia for export.
The source added that the Pars II plant at Ghadir is expected to be commissioned on 21 March 2008.
The plant will have a capacity to produce 1.1m tonnes/year of urea and 680,000 tonnes/year of ammonia with 75,000 tonnes/year of ammonia for export.
A similar-sized plant, called Pars I, was brought on stream at Ghadir earlier this year but the urea unit is currently not operating.
Commissioning of a new standalone ammonia plant, Razi III, which has a capacity to produce 670,000 tonnes/year of ammonia, also started at Bandar Imam Khomeini on 16 September.
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