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Russian Firm Builds Melamine Plant

1:28 PM MDT | June 12, 2008 | Natasha Alperowicz

EuroChem (Moscow) says it will invest €184 million ($285.2 million) to build a melamine plant at its Nevinnomyssk Azot (Nevinnomyssk, Russia) fertilizer complex. The 50,000 m.t./year plant will form part of an urea reconstruction project at the site. EuroChem has awarded contracts to Lurgi valued €92.7 million to design and supply the new plant, which will use technology provided by the Chinese firm Edgein F&T. Lurgi is the exclusive licenser of the process. Completion is scheduled for 2010 with production expected in early...

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