Angola: Fertiliser plant planned for Soyo


Issue 360 - 21 Dec 2017 | 1 minute read
Denmark’s Haldor Topsøe has announced plans for a 2m t/yr fertiliser plant in Soyo in Zaire province using natural gas as feedstock, to supply Angola and the southern African region. The project is valued at $2bn and will take three years to build, chief executive Bjerne Clausen told reporters after meeting President João Lourenço. Local media quoted him as saying the project would create 4,000 direct jobs and 40,000 indirect jobs.

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