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Pequiven starts ammonia unit

5:54 AM MST | January 24, 2014 | —Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Production has started at Petroquímica de Venezuela’s (Pequiven; Valencia, Venezuela) 1,800-m.t./day ammonia plant at the Morón petrochemical complex in Carabobo State, Venezuela. Ammonia will be used to manufacture NPK fertilizers and urea-based fertilizers. This start-up will be followed by the start-up of a urea plant, which is currently being brought onstream and is also at Morón. Ammonia capacity will triple from 600 m.t./day, and urea capacity will increase from 750 m.t./day to 2,200 m.t./day once the plants are fully operational...

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