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Tecnimont & Stamicarbon: New contract for fertilizer project in Egypt  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announces that its main operating company Tecnimont S.p.A. (Rome, Italy; www.mairetecnimont.it) has been awarded an engineering-procurement-construction-commissioning (EPCC) contract on a lump-sum turnkey basis for the realization of a new fertilizers complex within the existing industrial area in the Aswan Governorship (Upper Egypt). The client is Egyptian Chemical & Fertilizers Industries – KIMA, an Egypt-based company that operates in the chemical sector. The overall project value is approximately $540 million and the completion is expected by the end of July 2014. This award highlights the efficacy of the synergies in the fertilizers sector between the Group’s sister companies (fully controlled by Maire Tecnimont): Tecnimont, the leading EPC company of the Group, and Stamicarbon B.V. (Sittard, the Netherlands; www.stamicarbon.com), the Group’s licensing and intellectual property center who is the world market leader in urea licensing. The new fertilizers complex will be composed of: • One ammonia production unit of 1,200 ton/d capacity, implementing the KBR “Purifier” technology • One urea melt production unit of 1,575 ton/d capacity, implementing the “Pool…
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