SEVERODONETSK AZOT INTENDS TO RESTART CARBAMIDE PRODUCTION IN A MONTH
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PJSC Severodonetsk Azot (Luhansk region) intends to resume carbamide production in March this year, President of the Ukrainian Chemists Union Oleksiy Holubov has said at a press conference in Kyiv. “Severodonetsk Azot is likely to be launched on gas in March. And then it should start working on a full cycle: production of nitrate and carbamide,” he said. Holubov added the company had already installed a cogeneration unit, which solves the problem of stable power supply.
As reported, in November 2017 Severodonetsk Azot resumed production of ammonium nitrate. In June 2017 Ostchem Group announced the resumption of work of its three plants, including Severodonetsk Azot. Ostchem Group consolidates the chemical assets of Group DF of Dmytro Firtash. It includes the nitrogen fertilizers enterprises PJSC Azot (Cherkasy), PJSC Rivneazot, PJSC Severodonetsk Azot (Luhansk region) and PJSC Stirol Concern (Donetsk region).
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