Located in northwest Russia, the Kingisepp ammonia plant has an annual production capacity of 1 million tonnes, taking EuroChem beyond self-sufficiency.
The Gremyachinskoe deposit is one of the four largest deposits of potassium ore in Russia and is characterized by a 10-meter thick potash layer with an average KCl content of 39.5%. EuroChem VolgaKaliy has mining rights on more than 1.6 billion tonnes of reserves in the deposit, as per Russian classification.
Located in the Perm region near Russia’s traditional potash production sites, the Verkhnekamskoe potash deposit is one of the largest in the world. Within this deposit, EuroChem Usolskiy has secured rights to over 2.3 billion tonnes of reserves with an average KCI content of 30.8%, providing it with an active mine life of 35-plus years.