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K+S Group has reported a loss after tax and non-controlling interests of €32 million for 2Q18, compared to a profit of €38.3 million in 2Q17.
Shares in German potash miner K+S fell up to 11% on Friday last week following a company announcement that its full-year earnings would fall short of analyst expectations.
JDCPhosphate Inc. has announced that it has successfully used its proprietary IHP technology to produce high quality super-phosphoric acid.
Haldor Topsoe has announced that it has been awarded a contract by TechnipFMC for the license and engineering of two 2200 tpd ammonia plants.
EFT Analytics is implementing a real-time monitor that is producing excellent outcomes at a Koch Fertilizer plant in Enid, Oklahoma, US.
OCP Group has announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Fraunhofer IMWS to work jointly on solutions for a sustainable fertilizer industry.
Yara has announced that it has ended all discussions with Arab Potash Co. regarding potential cooperation in the field of potassium nitrate through APC’s subsidiary, KEMAPCO.
According to Reuters, Nutrien has reported a better-than-expected profit, caused by higher prices for both potash and nitrogen fertilizers.
Verde AgriTech Plc has announced that it has successfully commissioned and started up its processing plant.
Kore Potash plc has released a statement providing a quarterly update for the period ending 30 June 2018.
Pöyry has announced that it has been awarded the EPCM services assignment for the Topinoja biogas plant expansion project by Gasum Ltd.