Giant ammonia/urea complex in Oman

Technip-Coflexip, in a 50/50 joint venture with Snamprogetti, has just signed, with Oman-India Fertilizer Company (OMIFCO), a lump-sum turn-key contract worth about USD 770 million for the design and construction of a fertiliser complex in Oman. This complex will be erected at Sur, 150km south of Mascate. It will consist of two 1750 ton-per-day ammonia plants using the Haldor Topsoe (a Snamprogetti affiliate) technology as well as two 2350 ton-per-day urea plants using Snamprogetti’s technology and two granulation units. The complex also includes associated utilities, offsites and marine works. It will be the world’s largest grass-roots fertiliser complex. Technip-Coflexip and Snamprogetti will supply engineering design, equipment and materials, construction management, start-up supervision as well as training of the client’s personnel. Works will be completed within 35 months from the coming into force of the contract.

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