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Matix Fertilisers

The fertiliser complex of Matix Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd is located at Panagarh near Durgapur, West Bengal and upon full completion shall have capacity to produce 3 MTPA urea.

In Phase I, the company has already set up a single stream 2,200 Metric Tonnes Per Day (MTPD) Ammonia plant and 3,850 MTPD Urea plant (1.3 MTPA) along with associated offsite and utility facilities. The plant uses energy efficient latest technology from industry leaders Kellogg, Brown & Root (KBR), USA and Saipem, Italy.

The Plant was successfully commissioned /tested in Oct-2017 and produced Urea as per designed quality. However, due to inadequate supply of feedstock, the plant operations could not be continued. The plant is however well preserved since then and is ready to re-start its operations during Quarter Ending June 2021.

The plant is one of the world's largest single stream plants and the first with a feedstock supply of a combination of coal bed methane (CBM) gas and RLNG. 

This plant is close to all the key markets in Eastern India. The plant production is supported by a strong dealer network and optimised transportation and distribution systems

The plant complex is adjacent to Highway NH2 and the Eastern Railway Network is easily accessible by road, rail and air.

A strong distribution network will deliver high quality Urea to farmers in a cost effective and timely manner. It will improve agricultural productivity in the region and create direct and indirect employment. This project is of strategic importance to the country as it will save foreign exchange and reduce government subsidy costs.

The Project is a strategically important asset and will support the Honourable Prime Minster’s AatmaNirbhar Bharat Abhiyan. India will be able to reduce Urea imports by 1.3 million tonnes per annum (about 15% of 9 million tonnes of current Urea imports) and save about US$ 400-500 million of foreign exchange per annum.

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