Trinidad and Tobago: Government approves a $2 billion ammonia complex

Trinidad and Tobago has approved the construction of a $2 billion ammonia, urea and melamine complex. The complex, which will be built by Methanol Holdings Trinidad Limited (MHTL), will produce 1,850 tonnes per day of ammonia to be used to manufacture urea, melamine ammonium sulfate and melamine urea formaldehyde resin.

MHTL is one of the largest methanol producers in the world with a total capacity of over 4 million metric tonnes annually from its five methanol plants.

Trinidad and Tobago, which is located off the northeastern coast of Venezuela, is the Caribbean’s leading natural gas producer.

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