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Schekinoazot: construction of ammonia and urea facility

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Schekinoazot proceeds with the project for the construction of methanol and ammonia facility М-450/А-135.

At present, the approval of equipment design documentation with General Engineering Designer and Licensor is finished. The equipment is sully delivered on site.

The basic detailed design is accomplished, 99% of buildings and structures is already built.

Commissioning of pipelines, heating and ventilation system is underway.

The fire extinguishing pump house is built, as well as substation at the main site.

A total of 87% metal structures are already installed, totalling 6800 t.

81% of equipment is installed. The fractioning column is finished and tested.

The number of employees and of General Contractor and 31 subcontractors totals 1700 people, working in 2 shifts.

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