AMMONIA PLANT IN INDONESIA TOPS OWN WORLD MARK

Indonesia's largest ammonia plant has surpassed its own world record for yearly production. State owned PT Pupuk Kaltim, North Bontang, East Kalimantan, operator of the Kaltim II fertilizer complex said the Kaltim II ammonia plant in 1993 produced 600,081 metric tons of ammonia, about 21% more than design capacity. The plant in 1990 produced 548,320 tons of ammonia, the previous record and about 10% more than design capacity. The plant went on stream in 1984.

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