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Koch to start expansion work at Oklahoma nitrogen fertilizer plant in mid-September
10:06 AM MDT | August 6, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
A Koch Industries nitrogen subsidiary will begin work on a $1.3-billion expansion of its nitrogen fertilizer plant at Enid, OK, in mid-September, the company has announced. The company initially announced the plan in May last year, when the investment requirement was $1 billion, as reported by CW. The project will include constructing a 900,000-m.t./year urea plant as well as efficiency and capacity improvements, high-speed truck and rail-loading facilities, and an additional 90,000 m.t. of urea storage capacity. The project will be implemented over three years...
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