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Turkmenistan to build nitrogen fertilizer complex

6:22 AM MDT | August 29, 2014

Mitsubishi Corp., Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and construction firm Gap Insaat (Istanbul) will build a large-scale fertilizer manufacturing complex for state-owned chemical company Turkmenhimiya (Ashgabat) at Garabogaz, Turkmenistan, under a contract valued at $1.30 billion. The complex will consist of a 2,000-m.t./day ammonia plant and a 3,500-m.t./day urea plant, as well as related infrastructure and delivery facilities. Mitsubishi Corp. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will be responsible for the design, manufacture, procurement, and commissioning of the...

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