Major project status gives Strike access to the Major Projects Facilitation Agency for approvals, project support and coordination.
With a nameplate capacity of 3900 tpd, the plant is the largest to be licensed by Stamicarbon to date.
The primary objective of the SE1 well (and any subsequent appraisal wells in South Erregulla) is to delineate approximately 350 PJs of high confidence resource in order to secure the gas requirements for Project Haber, Strike’s proposed 1.4 million tpy urea fertilizer manufacturing facility in Geraldton, Australia.
Stamicarbon’s operator training simulator allows for training of plant operators on start-up and shutdown procedures, day-to-day plant operations and various scenarios in the plant.
The second melamine unit is slated to become operational in the course of 2025 and will be fully integrated with an ammonia plant and a urea plant.
The high-pressure stripper and pool reactor are due to be installed in JSC Shchekinoazot’s new 2000 tpd urea melt and granulation plant located in Shchekino.
During remote commissioning of an N/C Meter in a urea plant, N/C Meter specialists from SPIE Nederland gave the commissioning instructions to a Stamicarbon Process Engineer wearing the Microsoft HoloLens in the plant via a Microsoft Teams call.