As of the 24 March, full production can begin at all sites of K+S’s Werra plant.
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Revenues reached US$4.3 billion, compared to 2015 level of US$4.9 billion.
Approximately 50 000 jobs have been created in the country following the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the supply of phosphate between Nigeria and Morocco.
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Vatic Ventures Corp. has now commenced the first phase of its exploration and development project for the Saksrithai potash project in Thailand.
Nigeria is expected to save US$200 million in foreign exchange following the launch of the country’s Presidential Fertilizer Initiative.
Harvest Minerals Ltd has provided an update on the future permitting at its 100% owned Arapuá Fertilizer Project.
The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has instructed Tata Chemicals to shut down the 1.2 million tpy Haldia fertilizer plant.
"We regret to inform our employees and other stakeholders that we are considering closing the Yara Pardies plant,” said Svein Tore Holsether, President and CEO of Yara.
Dr. Andreas Kreimeyer is due to to take over chairmanship of the Board from Dr. Ralf Bethke after the Annual General Meeting in May 2017.
K+S Potash Canada GP (KSPC) has received the first 177 of 531 custom built railcars at its Legacy Project mine site.
The license will allow for the exploitation of potassium-bearing minerals which exist at relatively shallow depths within the vast license area.
Salt Lake Potash has released its interim results, confirming the potential of the Lake Wells Project.
Avenira has announced successful completion of its first shipment from the Baobab Phosphate Project in the Republic of Senegal.
The Hessian Minister of the Environment, Climate Protection, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, Priska Hinz, recently visited the Werra potash plant in the Hesse-Thuringia potash district.
Kalium Lakes Ltd (KLL) has announced that drilling has recommenced at the Beyondie Sulphate of Potash Project.
The Whitewright Planning and Zoning Commission has rejected requests to install tanks for liquid fertilizer storage.
Origin Enterprises has reported that it has reached agreement to acquire the fertilizer activities and certain assets of Bunn Fertilizer Ltd.
Salalah Methanol Co. LLC awards SNC-Lavalin the EPC contract for the construction of an ammonia plant.
Encanto Potash Corp. has confirmed the receipt of three separate requests for potash quotes from India.
Acron Board of Directors has provided the list of nominees for the company’s Board of Directors for electing at the annual general meeting.