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Snamprogetti Lands Urea Contract in Pakistan
2:08 PM MDT | August 8, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Saipem (Milan), the parent of Snamprogetti, says it has been awarded a contract to supply technology, engineering, procurement, and supervision of construction services for a previously announced ammonia-urea complex planned by Engro Chemical Pakistan at Daharki, Pakistan (CW, April 4, p. 15). The complex will have capacity to produce 1.35 million m.t./year of urea, making it the world’s largest single-train urea plant, Saipem says. Saipem bought Snamprogetti from ENI (Rome) last year. ENI is Saipem’s largest single...
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