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Stamicarbon wins licensing and equipment supply contract for two urea plants in China

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Stamicarbon has been awarded a licensing and equipment supply contract for two Ultra-Low Energy grassroots urea plants in the People’s Republic of China.

The plants will be built in Dongping, Shandong Province, for a local urea producer.

Stamicarbon will deliver the Process Design Package and the proprietary high-pressure equipment in Safurex® and associated services for the urea melt plant and finishing by prilling. The two urea melt plants will each have a capacity of 2334 tpd and a Pool Reactor. The plants are expected to start up in the middle of 2023.

This contract represents Stamicarbon’s fifth and sixth application of its proprietary Ultra-Low Energy technology since its introduction. The technology has also been implemented at the Jinjiang Xinlianxin and Hubei Sanning plants (in operation) and the Henan Xinlianxin plant (under construction).

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