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Production resumes at Donaldsonville ammonia plants

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CF Industries Holdings, Inc. has begun restarting its ammonia plants at the Donaldsonville Complex in Louisiana, US, following a shut down on 28 August as part of contingency plans for Hurricane Ida.

Start-up of product upgrade plants (urea, nitric acid, urea ammonium nitrate) will follow. Shipping will proceed on an as available basis.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/nitrogen/13092021/production-resumes-at-donaldsonville-ammonia-plants/

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