to ensure that the revival process of the closed talcher unit of FCI “strictly adhere to its timeliness as The coal gasification based fertilizer plant in Talcher will start its production in 2018.The government is keen planned.”
The Union Minister for Chemical and fertilizer Sri Ananth Kumar after review meeting with Minister of state for Petroleum Dharmendra Pradhab said that government has set up two joint ventures to revive the fertilizer plant in Talcher. The stake holders in the ventures will be the Coal India Ltd (CIL), GAIL India, Rashtriya Chemicals and fertilizers Limited (RCFL) and Fertiliser Corporation of India Limited (FCIL) a unique of its type in India that involves three ministries. This is of a 9000 Cr INR project.
The fertilizer unit at Talcher will have a brand new plant in place of the older one that has been dismantled In June this year. It will produce 1.3 million tons of urea and 3.3 lakh tons of ammonium nitrate per annum.
for Petroleum and Natural gas[/caption]Besides the two union ministers senior officials of CIL and department of fertilizers were present in the review meeting that, as Dharmendra Pradhan said “is being held every month to monitor the progress and ensure the strict adherence of the planned timeline of the revival process”