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Incitec Relaunches AN Project

12:29 PM MDT | August 4, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Incitec Pivot (Melbourne) says it has given final approval to a A$935-million ($905 million) project to build an integrated ammonium nitrate (AN) complex at Moranbah, Australia (CW, March 7, 2007, p. 9). The complex will include plants producing ammonia and nitric acid and have capacity for 330,000 m.t./year of AN. Completion is scheduled for mid-2010. Incitec has hired three Australian contractors to build the plant. The project was shelved in late 2007 by explosives maker Dyno Nobel, which Incitec acquired in June...

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