Chemical Russian Company to Build New Ammonia Plant in the Vologda Region

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13 Nov 2013 10:25 Valerie Rose

CHEMMONITOR.COM - Russia-based fertilizer, phosphates and feed phosphates company PhosAgro has recently launched construction works at Cherepovets site in the Vologda region, in Russia. The company is going to set up a new ammonia production plant.

The proposed facility with the daily capacity of approximately 2,200 tonnes is assessed at about RUB 25 billion (or USD 770 million).

The new project is expected to boost the company’s production capacity of ammonia by around 70%.

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