Image used for illustrative purpose only. A 3D illustration of the site in Karratha, Western Australia, CREDIT: Perdaman
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Linde Engineering to supply ASU and nitrogen wash unit to Australia’s largest urea plant

Linde Engineering has signed a contract for the engineering and procurement of an air separation unit and a nitrogen wash unit for a urea plant in Karratha, Western Australia.

Perdaman Industries is making an investment of $4.5 billion in the plant, which will convert natural gas into urea, a widely used fertilizer for food production. Upon completion, the plant will be the largest in Australia. The single-train ASU will have a capacity of 63,000 Nm3/h of gaseous oxygen. The single-train NWU, with a capacity of 392,000 Nm3/h syngas to supply the downstream ammonia plant, will be the world’s biggest single-train NWU. Prior to contract signing, Linde Engineering has already provided solutions and input for the feasibility and front-end engineering design (FEED) studies to the customer.

“The new agreement builds on a business relationship with Perdaman stretching back more than a decade. We are pleased that the company entrusts us with this milestone project for urea production. Our team of experts around the world are now joining forces to deliver. The project demonstrates Linde’s capabilities in APAC and supports Australia’s growing clean energy market by providing ammonia as a low-carbon feedstock for urea production,” says Robert Eichelmann, Senior Vice President Linde Engineering APAC.

“This project will help to ensure that Australia has a secure and reliable source of highquality urea and therefore food security. Linde has been awarded this significant project to deliver an air separation unit and nitrogen wash unit based on its technical expertise and operational excellence,” says Vikas Rambal, Chairman of Perdaman.

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