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Uzbekistan launches chemical plant built by Chinese companies

TASHKENT (TCA) — Uzbekistan on December 28 put into operation a new chemical plant built by Chinese companies in the Navoi region. The opening ceremony was attended by Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, Xinhua news agency reported. Continue reading

Uzbekistan to develop chemical industry, make it attractive to investors

TASHKENT (TCA) — Uzbekistan plans to invest 12.1 billion U.S. dollars to develop the country's aging chemical industry over a period of ten years and sell off state shares in a number of chemical enterprises, Xinhua news agency reported with reference to the Uzbek president’s decree published last week. Continue reading

Turkmenistan launches major gas chemical plant in Kiyanly

ASHGABAT (TCA) — President Gurbanguly Berdymuhamedov on October 17 attended the opening ceremony of the Kiyanly Gas Chemical Complex for production of polyethylene and polypropylene. He pressed the button that launched the production process at the facility, the State News Agency of Turkmenistan reported. This major investment project worth over 3.4 billion US dollars was implemented by Turkmengas State Concern together with foreign partners, Korea’s LG International Corp and Hyundai Engineering, and Japan’s TOYO Engineering Corporation. The trilateral contract was signed during the official visit by President Berdymuhamedov to Japan in 2013. The production capacity of the new complex was designed to process 5 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year, thus allowing for the production of 381 thousand tons of high-density polyethylene, 81 thousand tons of polypropylene and other valuable products, as well as for the obtaining of up to 4.5 billion cubic meters of marketable gas that will be distributed to gas pipeline systems and used as a fuel. The plant was provided with the modern equipment purchased in Japan, the Republic of Korea, the USA, the UK, Belgium, Germany, and Denmark. It has four main technological facilities: for gas separation, for ethane processing and for polyethylene and polypropylene production. All technological processes are automated and function under centralized control. The plant will launch the production of high-density polyethylene, a new product for Turkmenistan. The project for the construction of the Kiyanly Gas Chemical Complex received the TXF Award (UK) as one of the best ECA-backed projects in Europe and Eurasia in 2014. The total value of loan agreements signed by the State Bank for Foreign Economic Affairs of Turkmenistan with the Japan Bank for International Cooperation, the Export-Import Bank of Korea and the syndicate of participating financial institutions of Japan, Germany, France, Korea, China, Italy, Austria and Switzerland to finance the project exceeds 2.5 billion US dollars.

Swiss company commissions two new plants in Kazakhstan

ASTANA (TCA) — Swiss chemicals company Sika is expanding its presence in Kazakhstan and strengthening its position in two of the country's growth regions. To reinforce existing production operations in Almaty in the southeast of the country, Sika is simultaneously commissioning two further concrete admixture production plants — one in the capital Astana and the other in Atyrau in the west, the company said on October 11. Continue reading

Turkmenistan opens major chemical fertilizer plant

ASHGABAT (TCA) — Turkmenistan has joined the club of the world’s largest exporters of chemical products, President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov said at the opening ceremony of Garabogazcarbamid plant in the country’s Balkan province on September 17, the State News Agency of Turkmenistan reported. The Turkmen leader said that all production of the new plant, which is provided with advanced technologies, is oriented at export. Total capacity of the new facility built in Garabogaz is 1,155,000 tons of carbamide per year. Speaking during the opening ceremony, President Berdymukhamedov emphasized the environmental security of the new gas chemical complex. The construction of the Garabogazkarbamid plant was implemented based on the contract between the Turkmenhimiya State Concern and the consortium of Mitsubishi Corporation (Japan) and Gap Inşaat Yatirim ve Dis Ticaret A.S. (Turkey) with a total amount of more than US $1.5 billion. In addition to the main workshops for the production of synthetic ammonia and urea, the new plant is equipped with a gas turbine generator for electricity production and a seawater desalination and treatment plant. A conveyor system transports products from the plant to the dock. The old pier in the city of Garabogaz was modernized to export products by sea. The pier, equipped with the latest technologies, is capable to serve two vessels simultaneously. The special equipment produced by the German company FAM, two 80-ton loaders of the Liebherr company were installed at the pier to load the goods onto vessels. Garabogazkarbamid plant is designed to process about one billion cubic meters of natural gas daily, to produce 2,000 tons of synthetic ammonia daily and 3,500 tons of urea fertilizer. The carbamide produced at the plant contains 46.2% of nitrogen. This indicator is considered to be the highest among nitrogen-containing and nitrogen fertilizers. Technologies of the Danish company Haldor Topse AS are used for the production of ammonia. The carbamide synthesis workshop uses technologies of the Italian company Saipem, the carbamide granulation unit uses technologies of the Netherlands company Uhde Fertilizer Technology, and the carbon dioxide purification shop uses the UOP technologies (USA). The Yokohama company (Japan) ensured the full automation of the technology management system. Within the framework of the project, 10 two-story apartment buildings with improved conditions were built for 40 families. Over 1,000 jobs were created at the enterprise.

Uzbekistan revitalizes GTL plant construction project

TASHKENT (TCA) — A unique project on the construction of a gas-to-liquid (GTL) plant in Uzbekistan’s Kashkadarya region had been pendent for a long time, but it has found a second wind in the last six months, by the decision of the head of state, the country’s official Jahon information agency reports. Continue reading

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