Investment Projects

Project on Production of Liquid Mineral Fertilisers

Operator/initiator: Navoiyazot
Stage: –
Timeframe: 2022–2025
Investment volume: –
Location: Navoi Region, Uzbekistan
Project on production of liquid fertilisers, which is to be realised over the next three years, is being considered in the context of growing demand in agricultural markets. Although phosphate, potash and nitrogen fertilisers are more expensive than conventional fertilisers, they are more effective even in the face of moisture deficit.

Construction of Complexes for the Production of Mineral Fertilisers

Initiators: Uzkimyosanoat, Kazphosphate
Operator: Central Asia Fertilizers (KP Fertilizers Ltd)
Stage: The agreement on the realisation of investment projects on the construction of Complexes for the Production of Mineral Fertilisers in Uzbekistan was signed
Timeframe: –
Investment volume: $1 billion
Location: Tashkent Region, Uzbekistan
Kazakhstan is interested in realisation of a number of anchor projects, including the construction of complexes for the production of mineral fertilisers in the Tashkent Region.

Construction of Chemical Complex on Production of Complex Mineral Fertilisers

Initiators: Ferkensco Management Limited
Operator: Samarkandkimyo
Stage: –
Timeframe: 2020–2023
Investment volume: About $200 million
Location: Samarkand Region, Uzbekistan
Production will consist of chemical Complex on Production of Complex Mineral Fertilisers in the Samarkand Region, as well as processing plant and phosphate rock deposits in the Navoi Region. Once completed, the Samarkand Chemical Complex is expected to produce up to 900 thousand tonnes of complex mineral fertilisers per year.

Construction of Ammonia and Carbamide Plant of Karakulkimyo

Operator/initiator: Ferkensco Management Limited
Stage: –
Timeframe: Completion is expected in the first half of 2025
Investment volume: $500 million
Location: Bukhara region, Uzbekistan
Ferkensco Management Limited, Enter Engineering Pte. Ltd. and Switzerland Casale SA signed a cooperation agreement to build modern plant on Production of Ammonia-based Mineral Fertilisers in Uzbekistan on March 24, 2022. Upon completion, the plant will produce up to 495 thousand tonnes of ammonia and 594 thousand tonnes of granulated carbamide. Completion is expected in the first half of 2025, and construction of the plant will establish more than 500 new working positions.

Establishment of Chemical Technological Cluster based on Navoiyazot

Operator/initiator: Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Stage: –
Timeframe: Until 2026
Investment volume: –
Location: Navoi Region, Uzbekistan
Six Chemical Technological Clusters are planned to be established in the Republic of Uzbekistan in the coming years. The main characteristics of the first of them based on Navoiyazot JSC allow to forecast the beginning of a new stage in the life of the industrial giant of the domestic industry in the production of nitrogen fertilisers, organics, chemical gas processing and polymer products. The comprehensive plan of the Chemical Cluster organisation is a modern approach to transfer old unprofitable production facilities to new products, import substitution, working positions establishment by mean of technical and technological reconstruction. The Cluster products will be highly competitive in the market, also owing to the minimal production costs.

Establishment of Chemical R&D and Educational Cluster

Operator/initiator: Uzkimyosanoat (supported by the Russian Government)
Stage: –
Timeframe: By the end of 2023
Investment volume: The cost of the project is estimated at $53.8 million, of which $40 million will be financed by a loan from Korea Eximbank and $13.8 million by Uzkimyosanoat own funds
Location: Ulugbek town, Uzbekistan
Chemical Scientific Cluster will be established in Ulugbek town. It will include administrative and educational buildings, laboratories, and other facilities. It is reported that by the end of 2022 it is planned to develop scientific plans and training programmes. The cost of the project is estimated at $53.8 million, of which $40 million will be financed by the loan of Korea Eximbank, and $13.8 million by Uzkimyosanoat own funds.

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