Cosmos – Bintulu Polysilicon Manufacturing Plant – Sarawak - Project Profile
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Cosmos Chemicals Bhd (Cosmos), a subsidiary of Cosmos Petroleum and Mining Sdn. Bhd and an affiliate of Saudi Arabia's Project Management & Development Company Co. Ltd (PMD), are undertaking the Bintulu Polysilicon Manufacturing Plant project in Sarawak, Malaysia.
The project involves the construction of a polysilicon plant with production capacity of 25,000TPA on 101ha of land.
The project includes the construction of a production unit, a purification unit, a separation unit, a recycling unit, storage facilities, a warehouse and related facilities, and the installation of safety system.
The metallurgical silicon and salt will be used as feedstock for the plant, and utilities power will be supplied by Sarawak Energy Bhd (SEB).
National Bank of Abu Dhabi has been appointed as financial advisor and lead arranger to raise funds for the project. The project will be funded through a mixture of debt and equity.
In March 2014, GT Advanced Technologies Inc. signed a US$336 million supply agreement with Cosmos Petroleum & Mining Sdn Bhd (CPMSB) to provide equipment and technology.
Pre-earthworks on the project are underway.
The project involves the construction of a polysilicon manufacturing plant with a production capacity of 25,000TPA in Samalaju Industrial Park, Bintulu in eastern state of Sarawak, Malaysia.
The US$1,600 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a manufacturing unit
2. Construction of a production unit
3. Construction of a purification unit
4. Construction of a separation unit
5. Construction of a recycling unit
6. Construction of storage facilities
7. Construction of a warehouse
8. Installation of safety system
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