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TFI welcomes house passage of Farm Bill

The Fertilizer Institute President Chris Jahn has released a statement applauding Chairman Mike Conaway (R-TX-11) for passage of H.R. 2, the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018.

 

Kalium Lakes signs offtake terms sheet with K+S

Kalium Lakes has executed an offtake terms sheet detailing the commercial terms for an offtake arrangement with respect to SOP production from its 100% owned Beyondie SOP Project.

Looking East

Priyanka Khemka, USA, and Thomas Heinrich, Bahrain, Nexant, provide a detailed look at changes in India's natural gas market and implications for the fertilizer industry.

Dakota Gasification and OCI N.V. form fertilizer JV

Dakota Gasification Co. has signed a definitive agreement with OCI N.V. to sell nitrogen fertilizers and diesel exhaust fluid in North America through a newly formed 50:50 joint venture, N-7 LLC.


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Blackline introduces connected gas detection offering

Blackline Safety Corp. has released a statement introducing its new G7 Insight, a new offering that equips businesses in the energy, utility and telecom sectors with a new global standard for gas detection.

 
 
 
 

TFI President praises US House of Representatives

The President of The Fertilizer Institute, Chris Jahn, has praised the US House of Representatives for voting overwhelmingly in favour of H.R. 8, the Water Resources Development Act of 2018, by a vote of 408-2.

 

Milestone Potash awards contract to SNC-Lavalin

Milestone Potash Corp. has entered into an agreement with SNC-Lavalin Inc. to complete the detailed engineering for the Milestone Phase I Selective Solution Mining Project in southeast Saskatchewan, Canada.

 

India fertilizer handling facility approved

Total external cost of the facility at Deendayal port in Gujarat is estimated at Rs1.38 billion (US$21 million), with the port also expected to invest a further Rs3.4 billion into the project.

 

Hawk Energy brings bio technology to Middle East

Hawk Energy has partnered with Airponix, which will harvest its first large crop of potatoes grown without soil, in a promising sign for a technology that claims it can deliver high vegetable yields with minimal costs and environmental degradation.