Russia's Omsk region indicates plans to build urea, ammonia plants

18 July 2011 16:15  [Source: ICIS news]

MOSCOW (ICIS)--Russia's Omsk region in Western Siberia has indicated plans to build new urea and ammonia production facilities, regional authorities said on Monday.

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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By: Sergei Blagov
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