TogliattiAzot Togliatti Complex is an active petrochemical complex located in Samara Oblast, Russia. The complex started commercial operations in 1979 and currently has an active annual capacity of 5.57mtpa. Its capacity is expected to increase to 7.76mtpa in 2030. The plants in this complex are operated by Togliattiazot.
Key Products Capacity – TogliattiAzot Togliatti Complex, 2020
Key products produced in this complex include ammonia, methanol, urea, formaldehyde, and urea formaldehyde resin.
Ammonia accounts for major capacity share i.e., 58.8% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 3.28mtpa.
Details of key upcoming projects in TogliattiAzot Togliatti Complex
The complex is set to add capacity with upcoming plants including TogliattiAzot Togliatti Ammonia Plant 8 (0.61mtpa), TogliattiAzot Togliatti Urea Plant 3 (0.73mtpa), and TogliattiAzot Togliatti Urea Plant 4 (0.84mtpa).
Contractors involved in the TogliattiAzot Togliatti Complex
Some of the key contractors for the upcoming projects in the TogliattiAzot Togliatti Complex include the following.
Design/FEED: Glavgosexpertiza of Russia.
Main EPC: Casale .
Togliattiazot is a chemical company that produces mineral fertilizers. The company provides products such as urea, ammonia, carbonic acid, basalt fiber and film, urea formaldehyde concentrate, ceramic production, refractory materials and frit and consumer goods. Its ammonia products are used to produce nitrogen compounds, nitric acid and fertilizers. Togliattiazot provides urea which is used to produce plastics, synthetic resins, adhesives packs for clean petroleum products. The company’s carbon acid is used in food industry for the production of sugar, cocktails and beer, soft carbonated drinks. It serves commercial, corporate, private customers, and others. Togliattiazot is headquartered in Tolyatti, Russia.
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