Mohammadi, during a visit to the plant on Wednesday, said the project was
spending its final construction months, adding operation of 4,500 people/day in
the facility was an indication of the great efforts exerted for completion of the
optimism that the project would come on-stream within the next six months.
of the plant began in 2014 for production of 660,000 tons/year of ammonia and
1,073 t/y of urea.
The plant is
to be fed by 861 million cubic meters/year of natural gas and is being built in
50 hectares of land in Masjed Soleyman, Khuzestan Province, southwestern Iran.
Casale SA has provided the technical savvy for the ammonia unit of the project,
while Japan’s Toyo acted was the provider of the urea unit’s technical knowhow.
China’s Wuhan has been responsible for detailed engineering, logistics and
construction and installation of the project.