OPZ is producer of ammonia, urea and other chemical products.
The plant also has storage facilities and sea terminal for export of ammonia, urea and methanol, produced by other enterprises.
ACP is an operator in the field of liquid CO2 for applications in carbonated beverages (soda, beer, mineral water), the food industry, transport cooling and many other CO2 applications.
OPZ and ACP have reached an agreement regarding CO2 recovery. ACP will invest in a CO2 recovery unit next to the OPZ plant in Odessa (Ukraine). This unit will recover waste CO2 from OPZ’s ammonia plant which will, in the long run, result into a CO2 annual capacity of 100.000t.
The total investments amount to 15 to 20 million euros. ACP’s intention is to bring high quality CO2 on the Ukrainian market which can be used in the beverages and food industry, transport cooling applications and a range of other industries.
ACP strongly believes in a positive future in Ukraine. The operational start-up is planned within 2 to 4 years.
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