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Acron goes ahead with construction of ammonia plant in Russia

8:25 AM MDT | July 12, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Acron (Velikiy Novgorod, Russia), one of the country’s largest producers of fertilizers, has received an approval and the necessary permits to build its previously announced ammonia-4 plant, the company announced today. The unit will be designed to produce 700,000 m.t./year and will be built at Velikiy Novgorod at a cost of $420 million. Completion is slated for 2015. The unit will increase Acron’s total ammonia capacity to 2.5 million m.t./year. Some of the output will be used to expand capacity of urea ammonium nitrate, and the rest will...

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