TogliattiAzot (Russian: ТольяттиАзот) is a Russian chemical company that has been described as the world’s largest ammonia producer. It is headquartered in Tolyatti, Russia.

The main ammonia plant in Tolyatti was constructed as a joint project of the Soviet Government and Armand Hammer. TogliattiAzot started operations in 1979. The Tolyatti-Odessa ammonia pipeline, the longest ammonia pipeline in the world, is operated by Transammiak. A marine ammonia terminal is under construction at Port Taman near Taman, Russia.

Construction on the first TogliattiAzot nitrogen plant commenced in 1974. The factory and plant were commissioned as part of a joint venture between Occidental Petroleum and the Soviet Government. The 1970s saw the construction of the Togliatti-Odessa ammonia pipeline which stretches for 2,471 km. The world’s longest ammonia pipeline runs from TogliattiAzot’s plant to Odessa. The ‘Tolyatti – Odessa’ pipeline was finished in 1981.

TogliattiAzot produces up to 3 million tons of ammonia per year. In 2015, the company received the approvals needed for the construction and launch of a deep sea ammonia and urea transshipment complex in the Port of Taman, Krasnodar Region. The completion date for the first terminal is scheduled for 2017, and operational commissioning for the second terminal is scheduled for 2020.

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