Brunei: BFI to be one of the largest fertiliser plants in South-East Asia

An artist image of the Brunei Fertiliser Industries Sdn Bhd (BFI) plant. The construction of BFI’s state-of-the-art plant on a 55-hectare site in Sungai Liang Industrial Park (SPARK) began in May 2018 and is scheduled for first urea production by second quarter (Q2) 2021. - Borneo Bulletin/ANN

BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, Sept 15 (Borneo Bulletin/ANN): Brunei Fertiliser Industries Sdn Bhd (BFI) plant will be among the largest fertiliser plants in South-East Asia once completed. It is set to produce 2,200 metric tonnes of ammonia and 3,900 metric tonnes of urea per day.

It will create 500 direct employment opportunities during its first year of operation, of which 70 per cent of the workforce will be locals.

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