Stamicarbon awarded contract revamp urea plant in Iraq

Stamicarbon awarded contract to revamp urea plant in Iraq

5:54 AM, 27th April 2013
Stamicarbon awarded contract to revamp urea plant in Iraq

 

SITTARD, THE NETHERLANDS: Stamicarbon, the Licensing and IP Centre of Maire Tecnimont SpA, has signed a contract with First Global Company for revamping the urea plant of State Company for Fertilizer North Area (NFC) in Iraq.

The NFC urea plant currently has a capacity of 1750 metric tonne per day (mtpd). After the revamp it will have a capacity of 2,200 mtpd of prilled urea. Engineering work will be undertaken by First Global Company. Start-up is planned for 2015. Besides the license and process design package for the debottlenecking Stamicarbon will also directly supply the proprietary high pressure carbamate condenser in Safurex stainless steel.

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