NextChem Wins Bid for Urea Plant Project in Egypt
NextChem Wins Bid for Urea Plant Project in Egypt

NextChem Wins Bid for Urea Plant Project in Egypt

  • 27-Feb-2024 2:56 PM
  • Journalist: Xiang Hong

MAIRE has revealed that NextChem, operating under the auspices of Stamicarbon, a nitrogen technology licensor, has clinched a significant deal. This entails a licensing and equipment supply agreement for an advanced urea melt and granulation facility set to be established in Egypt. The project is commissioned by El-Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals (NCIC). Positioned approximately 100 kilometers southeast of Cairo, this facility is slated to achieve a notable production capacity of 1,050 tons per year (tpy) of urea.

The adoption of Stamicarbon's technology marks a crucial milestone for El-Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals (NCIC's) urea melt and granulation plant. It brings with it a host of benefits, including process optimization, heightened operational safety, increased yield, and reduced energy consumption. El-Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals El-Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals (NCIC), a prominent player in the Egypt's chemical and fertilizer sector, is committed to harnessing cutting-edge nitrogen technologies to ensure the delivery of top-tier product quality.

The company's reputation as a dependable provider of nitrogen-based technological solutions on a global scale. company underscored MAIRE's pride in contributing to El-Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals, NCIC's industrial advancement endeavors within the fertilizer domain, thereby solidifying their position as leaders in urea technology licensing across the African continent.

In addition to this, MAIRE has made a another noteworthy announcement. NEXTCHEM (Sustainable Technology Solutions), a subsidiary of NextChem Tech, has inked a pivotal contract. This contract involves collaborating with Paul Wurth S.A., a subsidiary of the SMS group, and Norsk e-Fuel AS. The agreement pertains to a licensing and engineering design package for NX CPO. This innovative solution is intended for deployment in the inaugural industrial-scale facility capable of producing Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) from green hydrogen and biogenic CO2 in Mosjoen, Norway.

NextChem, a subsidiary of MAIRE, operates in alignment with our group's overarching purpose, which centers on developing and delivering technology solutions, processes, basic engineering designs, and proprietary equipment and catalysts aimed at driving global decarbonization efforts. NextChem plays a pivotal role in enabling the decarbonization of various industries by valorizing and utilizing captured CO2 and implementing technologies to produce cost-effective, clean, and sustainable hydrogen.

As the foremost global leader in designing, licensing, and developing urea plants for the fertilizer industry, NextChem leverages its expertise, knowledge, and experience to provide a diverse array of solutions. These encompass fertilizer production technologies, emission reduction technologies, and technologies facilitating the integration of urea with adjacent processes.

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