30 June 2010 09:54 [Source: ICIS news]
MUMBAI (ICIS news)--India’s Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilisers (RCF) plans to invest $1.5bn (€1.2bn) to set up a 2m tonne/year gas-based urea and ammonium nitrate plant in Ghana, a company source said on Wednesday.
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The company was planning to send a team of officials to
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The company would soon conduct a joint study with the Ghanaian government to assess the technical, economic, social, environmental and financial feasibility of establishing the plant, the source added.
RCF had also prepared a draft report of the technological and economic feasibility of the capacity expansion of its 1.88m tonnes/year urea line at Thal in
($1 = €0.82)
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