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Sojitz and Kawasaki Awarded Fertilizer Contract in Turkmenistan

1:30 AM MST | January 25, 2010

Sojitz Corp. and Kawasaki Plant Systems, a member of the Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Kobe, Japan) group, have been awarded a ¥60-billion ($656 million) contract to build a fertilizer complex in Turkmenistan. The complex will be built for state-owned Turkmenhimiya (Ashgabat) at Mary. It will comprise units producing 1,200 m.t./day of ammonia and 1,925 m.t./day of urea using locally available natural gas. Sojitz will be responsible for coordinating the project and for financial arrangements, and Kawasaki will have responsibility for engineering and equipment...

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