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Costs Rise for Yara’s Large Urea Plant in the Netherlands

10:07 AM MDT | July 14, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Yara says that the cost of its previously announced urea project at Sluiskil, the Netherlands has increased to about €400 million ($627.7 million), from €300 million (CW, Oct. 31, 2007, p. 16). The 1.3-million/year plant, due onstream in 2011, will replace a 700,000-m.t./year urea facility at the site. Yara has awarded a turnkey contract to Uhde to build the plant. Stamicarbon, a DSM subsidiary, will provide its process technology. The project will make better use of Yara’s 1.7-million m.t./year ammonia capacity at Sluiskil, the company says. Yara...

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