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Nigeria Builds Africa's Biggest Fertilizer Complex

3:27 AM MDT | July 11, 2011 | Natasha Alperowicz

Dangote Group (Lagos) says it will build Africa’s biggest fertilizers complex. The company has awarded a contract to Saipem (Milan) to carry out engineering on the ammonia and urea manufacturing complex, which will be built in Edo State, Nigeria.  Dangote says that the project, when completed, will make the country self-sufficient in nitrogen fertilizers.   The complex will comprise two granular urea manufacturing lines with a combined capacity for 7,700 m.t./day, and an ammonia production facility designed to produce 2,200 m.t./day. It is...

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