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Stamicarbon signs contract to revamp and expand urea plant in Iraq
10:20 AM MDT | April 26, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz
Stamicarbon, the licensing subsidiary of Maire Tecnimont (Milan), has signed a contract with the engineering firm First Global (Baghdad) to revamp a urea plant for the State Company for Fertilizer North Area (NFC) in Iraq. The NFC urea plant, located at Baiji, was originally designed in 1989 by Stamicarbon as a carbon dioxide–stripping plant with a capacity of 1,750 m.t./day. Stamicarbon will revamp and expand the unit to 2,200 m.t./day of prilled urea. Engineering work will be undertaken by First Global, and start-up is planned for 2015...
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