Good news from India, a new urea plant in Panagarh in West Bengal.

7.000-crore urea plant in Panagarh in West Bengal has started production, a top official of the company said on Monday.

First of all this is a huge step made by India towards progress finally. As a matter of fact we’re talking about the first coal bed methane (CBM) urea plant in the Country finally; indeed it will be the key to fertiliser security of North-eastern States. Therefore this is a source of pride because the total capacity of the plant is 1.3 million tonne; at the moment it is producing 40% of the same but by the end of the year it will reach the 100% level.

Last but not the least, the urea plant is strategically located: close to the feedstock source and in the midst of the consumption centre. It forecasts to cover the market of West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand and Odisha.

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