Specific process technologies like ammonia, urea, methanol and other nitrogen syngas processes require specialised skills and experience for delivering a successful project. Understanding the unique challenges of the fertilizer technologies, for example how the new revamp urea plant units will work and interact with the existing facilities or what the challenges are during commissioning of a new type of ammonia process, requires specific plant operation and commissioning knowledge and experience within the fertilizer industry.
Large EPC contractors are looking for our specialist expertise during engineering and commissioning of large-scale or small revamps projects worldwide.
As Project Management Consultancy (PMC) team, we help our clients to achieve their investment objectives and deliver their projects, by offering PMC services from the early phase of engineering to the operational phases. We form a working partnership to ensure that customer interests and business objectives are met in the most cost-effective manner.
We understand that the success of a project depends upon the project management team and how it integrates with both the EPC contractor’s project team and the Client’s own representatives.
We offer the following PMC services for ammonia, urea and methanol projects:
Our PMC team is capable of managing all phases of a project starting from feasibility studies, FEED, detailed engineering, through to construction, commissioning and start-up of the facilities. The PMC team may combine Client and Fertilizer Industrial Services personnel with no duplication of roles.
With in-depth knowledge of process technologies like ammonia, urea, nitric acid, ammonium nitrate, methanol and NPK, Fertilizer Industrial Services has the capabilities and experience that can be complementary to the PMC role and used to design solutions tailored to achieving Clients’ best project performance.
This ensures Clients’ project objectives can be achieved through:
With a background in the fertilizer industry, we understand the Client needs facilitating relations and better communications.