About the Project
Nakhodka Fertilizer Plant
Future high — tech and environmentally friendly production of methanol and carbamide in Nakhodka, Primorsky Krai.
Expected annual output
million metric tons of methanol
million metric tons of carbamide
More than 90 plants
in the worldproduce methanol
RUSSIAis carried out in Angarsk, Veliky Novgorod, Gubakh, Mendeleevsk, Nevinnomyssk, Novomoskovsk, near Tomsk and Tolyatti.
NFP is another step towards the transition from a resource-based economy to the export of high-tech manufactured goods. Methanol is higher value added product.
The construction of our plant is one of the 10 largest investment projects in Russia.
Currently, our main sales markets are Asia-Pacific, India, China and Latin America. At the same time, our products are becoming more demanded in Russia. The launch of NFP will result in a powerful impetus to the development of the entire industry.
stage I of the project reaching full capacity (methanol production)
On a national scale
Our enterprise will become a major economic center of the Primorsky Krai. On the one hand, NFP will be a powerful and reliable taxpayer, on the other hand - a giant around which an entire ecosystem will be built.
in tax even during the Priority Development Area tax break period
taxes from the project will be annually transferred to the budgets of all levels upon completion of the tax holidays
Technology for the greater good
We thought about the ecology of the region even before preparing project documentation. That is why literally every activity on the construction site is under the strict supervision of Haldor Topsoe, a Danish company that is a leader in design solutions for the chemical and oil industries. Its experts will be overseeing compliance with the regulations until the plant is launched.
One of the main goals of the plant is to reduce the carbon footprint.
Nakhodka Fertilizer Plant is Russia’s response to the global decarbonization trend and an important step in establishing leadership positions in building a hydrogen economy.
The implementation of the project involves the use of the best available technologies for environmental safety, and since the Nakhodka Fertilizer Plant is being built from the ground up, they are essential foundations of its design.
Scientific and technological progress makes it possible to obtain the necessary products with minimal impact on the environment and human health. NFP utilize all modern technologies available, since one of the key goals of the enterprise and an important part of its strategy is to reduce the carbon footprint.
Modern enterprises that are so technologically advanced and safe that they can function without causing harm both to the city and the nature can be a perfect example of how cutting-edge technologies work.
According to calculations, if 10 thousand tons of methanol enter into the open sea, then during the first hour after the accident, its concentration in water will amount to 0.36% only, and over the next hours it will decrease significantly. In the soil, methanol is decomposed within a few days.
Neither residential buildings nor recreational areas fall within the boundaries of this zone.