15 November 2011 10:00 [Source: ICIS news]
TOKYO (ICIS)--A consortium of four Japanese firms have been awarded a contract by the Angolan government to design a fertilizer plant at Soyo in ?xml:namespace>
The consortium comprises of Japan-based Toyo Engineering, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Sojitsu and Sumitomo Corp, according to the statement.
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Construction of the facility is expected to be completed by the end of 2015 and is estimated to cost over yen (Y) 100bn ($1.3bn), the companies said.
The consortium is now aiming to receive a contract by the Angolan government to build the new facility, they said.
The new plant is expected to contribute to the local production of fertilisers by using domestically-sourced natural gas, the companies added.
($1 = Y77.1)
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