Haldor Topsoe, Acron sign contract new ammonia plant

Haldor Topsoe, Acron sign contract for new ammonia plant

9:33 PM, 23rd December 2011
Haldor Topsoe, Acron sign contract for new ammonia plant

LYNGBY, DENMARK: Haldor Topsoe has signed a contract with the Russian company JSC Acron for the design of a 2,060 metric tonne per day (MTPD) ammonia plant. Located in Veliky Novgorod, the plant is expected to be operational by end of 2014.

An ammonia plant which was under construction at Veliky Novgorod in late 1980’s was put on hold due to collapse of the Soviet Union. The Veliky Novgorod plant will be reconstructed. Based on various studies made by Topsoe, JSC Acron has decided to build a 2,060 MTPD ammonia plant based on the reuse of equipment, which was used during the construction of 1,200 MTPD ammonia plant in Manfredonia, Italy designed by Topsoe.

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