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228 TPD Caustic Soda Plant Project in Egypt.

Project Location : Alexandria, Egypt.

Project Description : Construction of the 228 TPD Caustic Soda Plant Project in Alexandria, Egypt.

- The caustic soda plant will have production capacity of 228 TPD expandable to 342 TPD

- Scope of services includes basic and detailed engineering, supply, civil & equipment installation and commissioning of plant on LSTK basis

- UK-based INEOS Technologies is the process licensor and will handle the process and technology know-how for the project

Nuberg, a leading global EPC & LSTK company for specialty chemicals has been chosen by Egyptian Petrochemicals Company (EPC) as a single-point solution company, from concept to commissioning, for caustic soda-chlorine plant in Alexandria, Egypt.

The project envisions setting up a turnkey project having production capacity of 228 TPD with a provision to expand it to 342 TPD in future. The plant will be based on new generation state-of-the-art bipolar membrane cell technology (Bi-Chlor) from INEOS Technologies, UK which is widely sought out by caustic soda manufacturers for its best in class power consumption, longevity, low capex/opex and environmental considerations. The plant will produce caustic soda, chlorine, hydrogen and other chlorine derivatives. Chlorine produced shall be used as a raw material in existing EDC/VCM plant for PVC production.

Media Contact:

Arun Singh Tyagi

Head - Marketing

Nuberg Engineering Ltd.

Tel: +91-120-2406481/+91-9711003832


Project completion date : 2018-12-31 12:00:00


Address : Egypt Alexandria , Amryia

36 Km Alex-Cairo Desert Road

Country :Egypt

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Publication:Mena Report
Geographic Code:7EGYP
Date:Jun 5, 2017
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