Caribbean Nitrogen Company (CNC), Trinidad and Tobago
Commissioning of the CNC ammonia plant
(2002), five (5) months ahead of the scheduled thirty (30) months without any major incidents.
2000 Limited (N2K), Trinidad and Tobago
Commissioning of the N2000 ammonia plant
in 2004 was five (5) months ahead of a new shortened schedule of twenty-eight (28) months. This surpassed the CNC performance by two (2) months, again without any major incidents.
M5000, Trinidad and Tobago
IPSL operates M5000 which has a name plate capacity for producing 5400 metric tones of methanol per day. This makes it the largest methanol plant in the world. Site preparation started in 2002, mechanical completion was achieved in 2005 and production commenced later that year.
Methanol Plant, The Sultinate of Oman
Internationally, Oman Plant Services LLC (OPSL), a partnership involving IPSL, was appointed the Operator by the Oman Methanol Company LLC to provide Engineering Services, Plant Operations and Management of a 3000 MTPD Methanol Plant in the Sultanate of Oman. This project ran from 2003 to 2010 when the finished plant was handed over to OPSC.
The total design capacity or 'name-plate' metric tonnes of methanol produced per day for the M1 to M4 Plants is 6230. This was increased by 5400 metric tonnes per day since the commissioning of the M5000 Plant in September 2005, reflecting an increase in production by 86.6%.
Production increased by 100% at the Ammonia Division from 1850 metric tonnes of ammonia produced per day at the CNC Plant to
over 3600 metric tonnes per day with the addition of the Nitrogen 2000 Plant.
Our design basis for this division is to produce over 4 million metric tonnes per year of UAN solution, 2.1 million metric tonnes per year of Urea, 1.9 million metric tonnes per year of Ammonia, 1.5. million metric tonnes of Nitric Acid and 180,000 metric tonnes per year of Melamine.