18 July 2011 16:15 [Source: ICIS news]
The facilities, to be built in the Kalachinsky district, would have capacities to produce 850,000 tonnes/year of urea and 493,000 tonnes/year of ammonia.
The project's construction is estimated to cost $450m-$750m (€320m-€533m).
As soon as a final decision is made, the construction of the facilities would take 36-52 months to complete, the regional authorities added. However, no start-time for the project was given.
($1 = €0.71)
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