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Ma’aden Phosphate Development

Ma'aden Phosphate Development 
10%
of the world’s production of diammonium phosphate
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Office: Al-Khobar, Melbourne, Beijing, Abu Dhabi 
Customer: Saudi Arabian Mining Company 
Location: Al-Jalamid and Raz Az Zawr, Saudi Arabia 
Timeframe: 2006 - ongoing 
The Ma’aden Phosphate Development located in Saudi Arabia is one of the world’s largest producers of di-ammonium phosphate, a fertilizer for use in grain and horticulture.

This $4.5 billion (direct capital cost) phosphate project being managed by WorleyParsons focuses on the economic development of the major phosphate resource rock located at Al Jalamid.  The full project development involves the design and construction of a beneficiation plant and associated infrastructure located at Al Jalamid, a major fertilizer complex and port facilities at Ras Az Zawr, a new 1400 km rail link between Al Jalamid and Ras Az Zawr for processing and a power generation plant.

The success of this world leading project is directly due to teamwork. WorleyParsons' commitment to supporting Ma’aden in maintaining their schedule and creating a multi-national workforce focused on safety, quality and cost has been invaluable in assisting Ma’aden to achieve their business objectives.

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