Linde Engineering to deliver ASU for Australia’s largest fertiliser plant


The engineering arm of industrial gas major Linde will supply an air separation unit (ASU) for a US$2.9bn urea plant in Australia, which will be the largest of its kind in the country once operational.

The plant will convert natural gas from Woodside’s Scarborough Gas Project into an estimated 2.3 million tonnes of urea per annum.

According to operator Perdaman Industries, the single-train ASU will have a capacity of 63,000 normal cubic metres (Nm3) of gaseous oxygen.

Under the deal, Linde will also supply a nitrogen wash unit equipped with a 392,000 Nm3 syngas production capacity to supply the downstream ammonia plant.

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