ATT – Police II Propane Dehydrogenation Plant – West Pomeranian Voivodeship - Project Profile
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Grupa Azoty SA (ATT) is planning to build a propane dehydrogenation plant in Police, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland.
The project involves the construction of a dehydrogenation plant with a production capacity of 400,000TPA of propane.
The project includes the construction of production units, processing units, storage units, control rooms and related facilities, and the installation of equipment and machinery.
In June 2016, Maire Tecnimont appointed as engineering design consultant and ILF Consulting Engineers as PMC contractor and consulting enginner for the project.
In October 2016, Grupa Azoty SA and a subsidiary of Group Azoty Chemical Plant "Police" SA has signed a letter of intent on the equity in the project.
In December 2016, ATT completed the design part of the process plant and ancillary infrastructure, and developed the report's impact on the environment and prepared a set of documents required to obtain a building permit.
Planning activities are underway. Subject to the approvals, construction works are scheduled to be completed by 2021.
The Police II project involves the construction of a dehydrogenation plant with a production capacity of 400,000 tonnes per annum (TPA) of propane in Police, Poland.
The US$450 million project includes the following: