Grodno Azot Joint Stock Company Grodno Complex is an active petrochemical complex located in Hrodna Oblast, Belarus. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 13,000 active and developing petrochemical plants worldwide, the complex started commercial operations in 1965 and currently has an active annual capacity of 2.42mtpa. Its capacity is expected to increase to 4.49mtpa in 2030. The plants are operated by Grodno Azot. Buy the profile here.

Key products capacity - Grodno Azot Joint Stock Company Grodno Complex, 2022

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

Urea accounts for 46.7% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 1.13mtpa, followed by ammonia and caprolactam with 44.2% (1.07mtpa) and 5.8% (0.14mtpa) respectively.

Details of key upcoming projects in Grodno Azot Joint Stock Company Grodno Complex

The complex is set to add capacity with upcoming plants including Grodno Azot Joint Stock Company Grodno Ammonia Plant 4 (0.88mtpa), and Grodno Azot Joint Stock Company Grodno Urea Plant 5 (1.2mtpa).

About Grodno Azot

Grodno Azot is a chemical company that manufactures and markets petrochemical products. The company provides products such as acid oil, ammonium sulfate, ammonium sulfate, ammonium sulphite and bisulphite for technical use, among others. It offers products such as aqueous ammonia for technical use, caprolactam crystalline, caprolactam liquid, carbon dioxide liquid, and chemical plasticized air-entraining admixture for cement, among others. Grodno Azot also offers liquid ammonia, sulfuric acid, soda ash, granular urea, methy ethers, methanol, nitric acid, urea-ammonium nitrate mixture, liquid carbon dioxide and cyclohexanone, among others. The company provides delivery and transportation services. Grodno Azot is headquartered in Grodno, Belarus.

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