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Agrium Goes Ahead with Egypt Fertilizer Complex

12:44 PM MDT | July 26, 2007 | Natasha Alperowicz

Agrium says it is going ahead with construction of a previously announced, export-oriented fertilizer complex at Damietta, Egypt (CW, June 21, 2006, p. 18). The complex, including process plants as well as related infrastructure, will cost $1.2 billion, the company says. It will be owned by EAgrium (Cairo), a joint venture in which Agrium will have 60%; Egyptian government-owned Echem (Cairo) and EGas (Cairo) will have a combined 24%; Gasco (Cairo), responsible for gas transmission in Egypt, will hold 9%; and Arab Petroleum Investment Corp. will have the rest...

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Comments (1) for Agrium Goes Ahead with Egypt Fertilizer Complex
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I think it is agood progect in spite of the confliction from common which face , I think as a chemist that all chemical indusstries imposes risks but the risk related to ammonia and urea production can minimize and control , the group must make a good risk assessment and send to local media .
My comment relate to natural gas industries we as egyptians must re think on our source of energy and buy with appropirate salary
Posted by ahmed nawar ali on Thursday, April 24, 2008 @ 04:02 PM










 
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