Shell and fertiliser giant Yara have signed a memorandum of understanding to develop a fertiliser plant in Mozambique, according to an emailed statement from the country’s government.
The plant will use 2.27-2.55 million cubic metres per day (MMcm/d) of gas to produce around 1.3 mpta of ammonia and urea. The plant will also generate around 30-50 MW of electricity, which will be used domestically.
Yara and two other companies won a tender to develop Mozambique’s domestic gas market. Yara will have access to around 11.33...
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