LUKOIL might make its final investment decision in 2020 on the construction of gas chemical complex in the Stavropol region for more than 2 bln USD.
Within the project it is planned to build a complex for production of 1 million tonnes of ammonia, 1,2 million tonnes of carbamide, and 1,7 million tonnes of methanol.
A group of investors led by Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), Baltic Gas Chemical Company and Japan’s Marubeni have signed a memorandum on construction of a methanol plant in Russia’s Ust-Luga port on the Baltic Sea.
Construction of new methanol production facilities taking into account the experience and infrastructure of existing methanol production facilities operated in cooperation with Haldor Topsoe (Denmark).
Haldor Topsoe, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and GTM ONE have signed a license agreement for the design, construction, and operation of the methanol plant, which will be erected at the Khimprom site in Volgograd, Russia.
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