Acron Veliky Novgorod Complex is an active petrochemical complex located in Novgorod Oblast , Russia. The complex started commercial operations in 1967 and currently has an active annual capacity of 3.69mtpa. Its capacity is expected to increase to 4.93mtpa in 2030. The plants in this complex are operated by Acron.

Key Products Capacity – Acron Veliky Novgorod Complex, 2020

Key products produced in this complex include ammonia, urea, formaldehyde, urea formaldehyde resin, and methanol.

Ammonia accounts for major capacity share i.e., 56.9% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 2.1mtpa, followed by urea and formaldehyde with 29.5% (1.09mtpa) and 6% (0.22mtpa) respectively.

Details of key upcoming projects in Acron Veliky Novgorod Complex

The complex is set to add capacity with upcoming plants including Acron Veliky Novgorod Ammonia Plant 1 Expansion (0.2mtpa), Acron Veliky Novgorod Ammonia Plant 2 Expansion (0.18mtpa), and Acron Veliky Novgorod Urea Plant 4 (0.39mtpa).

About Acron

Acron is vertically integrated chemicals company that produces mineral fertilizers. The company offers ammonium nitrate, urea, apatite concentrate, methanol, ammonia, formalin, urea-formaldehyde resins, cerium, lanthanum, neodymium and didymium, nitrogen fertilizers and complex fertilizers. It also offers logistics and distribution services through its subsidiaries. The company also carries out mining activities, which produces potash and phosphate in Russia and Canada. It operates chemical production facilities and a mine in Russia. The company also operates a fleet of railcars and tanks, and carries out distribution activities in Russia and China, and trading activities in North and Latin America, and Europe. Acron is headquartered in Moscow, Russia.


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