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Stamicarbon signs licensing agreement for urea in China

10:19 AM MST | January 4, 2013

Stamicarbon (Sittard, Netherlands), a subsidiary of Maire Tecnimont, has been awarded contracts for a large urea facility planned by Inner Mongolia Erdos Chemical Industry Group. Stamicarbon will provide the license and process-design package, as well as high-pressure proprietary equipment for the plant, which will be designed to produce 2,860 m.t./day of prilled urea. It will be built at Qi Pan Jing, near the city of Ordos, in the autonomous region of Inner Mongolia, China. Engineering services will be performed by China Chengda Engineering (Chengdu, China) with...

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