Odesa port plant resumed production of ammonia and carbamide, said First Deputy General Director of the plant Mykola Shchurikov.
“After more than a year of inactivity, the Odessa Port Plant (OPP) began the production of ammonia and carbamide. And although there are still a few days of hassle ahead, we can say that we are at the finish line”, he said.
According to Shchurikov, OPP began work on a contract for the processing of customer-supplied raw materials from Agro Gas Trading.
“According to this agreement, the minimum period of cooperation between companies will be 4 months with the possibility of further extension as agreed by the Supervisory Board of the OPP. Each month, the plant will receive about 60 million cubic meters of gas”, he says.
Earlier it was reported that the company Agro Gas Trading will send 240 million cubic meters of natural gas to the Odesa Port Plant for processing on a tolling basis and will receive ammonia and carbamide as a finished product.
The agreement between Agro Gas Trading and OPP entered into force on July 25, 2019.
According to the terms of the contract, the minimum period of cooperation between companies will be 4 months with the possibility of further extension, subject to approval by the supervisory board of OJSC OPP.