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Casale announces contract with Urbas Energy Developments for the basic engineering and design of a synthesis loop at a green ammonia facility

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The project will supply Paraguay and the region’s agricultural and fertilizer markets with sustainable alternatives.

Casale will be part of an international group of professionally qualified companies, including Urbas Energy and TSK, whose objective is to convert 120 MW of clean hydroelectric power generated thanks to the Itaipu dam on the Parana River into green ammonia (corresponding to 300 MTD approximately).

Casale is proud to share its experience and technologies to realise an ambitious project aimed at bringing the concept of environmental sustainability in the production of basic chemicals directly to the heart of the South American continent.

The company hopes that the landmark project will trace a viable path that, thanks to other similar endeavours, will lead to a more environmentally friendly future for the benefit of future generations.

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