Reward Minerals Ltd has advised that the Australian government’s Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment has granted environmental approval for the Lake Disappointment Potash Project.
Offshore wind developer Ørsted and leading fertilizer company Yara aim to replace fossil hydrogen with renewable hydrogen in the production of ammonia.
The Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association has adopted a new initiative for members on the occasion of World Cleanup Day 2020, aimed at improving sustainability and best environmental practices at plastic manufacturing and logistics operations in the Gulf Cooperation Council.
Australian Potash Ltd has advised finalisation of the FEES study for the engineering, procurement and construction of Australia’s first high-penetration renewable power solution on a greenfield SOP minerals project development.
A new purpose and vision launch Haldor Topsoe’s ambition to lead the drive to reduce carbon emissions from fuels and chemicals.
KBR and Johnson Matthey have recently announced that they have signed an alliance agreement to license an ammonia-methanol co-production process that combines their ammonia and methanol technologies.
Verde AgriTech Plc has received the full environmental license for mining up to 233 000 tpy of its multi-nutrient potassium fertilizer.
PhosAgro has announced that its MSCI ESG rating has been raised from BB to BBB as part of a regular review.
CleanBay Renewables announces partnership with Kiewit to engineer and construct an anaerobic digestion plant to produce renewable energy.
Fertiberia has begun a partnership with DuPont Sustainable Solutions to further improve health, safety and environment performance across the company.
Salt Lake Potash has announced construction of the process plant at its Lake Way Sulfate of Potash project in Western Australia has continued to progress.
Production was suspended earlier in July due to the calcium chloride content rising abruptly in the Kama river, from which the plant takes water for production.
Uralchem halted production on Wednesday 8 July due to the calcium chloride content rising abruptly in the Kama river, from which the plant takes water for production.
The project, which is set to be onstream by 2025, will produce 650 tpy of green hydrogen and 1.2 million tpy of green ammonia.