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PhosAgro starts construction of ammonia plant, will become self-sufficient

5:30 AM MST | November 5, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

PhosAgro (Moscow), a major producer of phosphate fertilizers, says it has begun constructing a previously announced, energy-efficient ammonia plant at its Cherepovets, Vologda Region, complex, in Russia. The plant will have a capacity of 760,000 m.t./year. The company signed a contract with an international consortium led by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in June.  The consortium also includes Sojitz and Renaissance Construction.  Haldor Topsoe is the licensor of the ammonia technology. PhosAgro estimates the total capital costs, including infrastructure...

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