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Haldor Topsoe provides technology for world's first IMAP methanol-ammonia plant, in Russia

3:03 AM MDT | June 3, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

A groundbreaking ceremony was held last month for the world’s first methanol-ammonia plant using Haldor Topsoe's integrated methanol and ammonia production (IMAP) technology. The plant is being built for Shchekinoazot at Schchekino, in Russia’s Tula region. The IMAP process benefits from large production facilities and provides the option of making multiple products at a relatively smaller scale to meet market demands, Haldor Topsoe says. The plant will be designed to produce 1,350 m.t./day of methanol and 415 m.t./day of ammonia. Basic design is...

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